Kent George A.A.E. was named the director of aviation at Florida’s Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in October 2007. He spoke to AirwaysNews about his airport’s rapid growth, what makes it appealing to South Florida travelers and offered an update of the airport’s $2.3 million capital...
An interview with Captain Richard De Crespigny who is the Qantas A380 pilot who experienced an inflight engine explosion.
John Leahy, COO of Airbus kicked off the company's Innovation Days 2015 with various program updates. Leahy stressed emerging countries are driving the growth in commercial aviation and that 3.3 billion passengers are flying annually. He also highlighted a focus passenger comfort, such as the minimum...
Spirit Airlines is about to enter one of the world's busiest air travel markets with the launch of new service between Los Angeles and Oakland on November 12. Will it be able to survive?
After a turbulent few years, Virgin Atlantic is in the midst of a multi-year turnaround and a new joint-venture with Delta. How is it progressing?
With the Phoenix International Aviation Symposium wrapped up, we thought we'd return to a handle of tidbits from a network and fleet planning discussion,
American Airlines intends to phase out its 757-200s on some Hawaii routes starting in August of this year, replacing them with its 2-cabin A321 layout.
Over the past year, an important topic in aviation news has been the future of the Boeing 757. Despite 10 years passing since the last delivery of the iconic “flying pencil”, some airlines and aviation analysts would like to see an aircraft capable of filling the gap left by the 757. Boeing simply...
After over 24 years, The Wings of Man unfolded its wings. Thursday, Eastern Airlines launched revenue service with flights to Cuba
On Monday, May 18, FedEx released a statement on Open Skies its blog made by Rush O’Keefe, Jr. the Senior VP and General Counsel at FedEx Express
The Dutch Government is blocking the Gulf carriers from expanding at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport.
A new premium report from AirInsight says If it was to characterize the A350 program in one word, it would be volatile. “The aircraft has seen highs and lows repeatedly through the program, which continue today,” it said.