This week is the Farnborough Airshow, a biennial orgy of aircraft orders where manufacturers try to flex their muscles and show the world just how much metal (or composites) they can sell. The whole thing is strange to me. Many of the orders are ones that have already been announced … Read the post
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US DOT terminates EAS availability at 21 communities – ch-aviation
It’s that time again when the Department of Transportation culls the list of essential air service markets. This year, 21 airports are in danger of losing their service, though we know not all will be kicked … Read the post
In an internal memo last week, American explained that it was going to retire two more fleets in the next couple of years with both the Embraer 190 and A330-300s hitting the road. Both these moves make sense in the context of the airline’s future plans, but it made me … Read the post
Monday is Memorial Day, so I’m taking the day off. I’ll be back with a regular post on Tuesday.
LAX Construction and Inconveniences: What You Need to Know – Conde Nast Daily Traveler
I liked my original proposal for the title, LAX is Happening (If … Read the post