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A reward for packing light

The baggage fees introduced by American carriers have created a strange situation.  In an effort to avoid baggage fees, travelers […]

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What makes air passengers happy?

JD Power & Associates’ 2013 North American Airline Satisfaction Study is out and it’s telling us just what it takes […]

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Fees Take on New Altitude

The report from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics is in. In 2012 American air carriers took in $6 billion in […]

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Find a Good Flight School

Finding a good flight school can be difficult.  There are so many different choices, at so many different price points, […]

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The Dreamliner flies again

After months of rigorous testing and a bit of a redesign the 787 Dreamliners have returned to the skies! The […]

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Pilotless flight trialled in UK shared airspace

In April of this year a Jetstream airplane became the first “unmanned” aircraft to fly through shared airspace in the […]

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Not quite ready for prime time

Does a mini solar-powered electrical socket that you can take wherever you go sound like the solution to your power […]

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Youth Interest In Aviation Careers Holds Promise

Sadly the number of working pilots is currently on the decline, and we may be facing AMT shortages in the […]

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Limited Options for Airline Check-In

In 2009 low-cost Irish airline Ryanair removed its check-in desks in favor of baggage drop desks in hopes of shortening […]

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FAA will keep contract towers open through Sept. 30

In March the Federal Aviation Administration announced that many air traffic control towers throughout the country would have to be […]

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