What Will Happen If Countries Don’t Lift The 737 MAX Ban Simultaneously?

What Will Happen If Countries Don’t Lift The 737 MAX Ban Simultaneously?

Boeing’s 737 MAX has been grounded since March. It almost feels like the new normal. But sooner or later the MAX will get airborne again. The big US airlines seem tentatively optimistic this maybe around the end of the year....
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Why The Airbus A330neo Is Changing Commercial Aviation

Why The Airbus A330neo Is Changing Commercial Aviation

The A330neo series is a brand new aircraft line from Airbus and is an update to their successful A330 line. Much like the A320 upgrade to the A320neo, the A330neo brings a whole heap of new features that airlines and...
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Federal Aviation Administration Considers Calling For Airbus A220 Engine Checks

Federal Aviation Administration Considers Calling For Airbus A220 Engine Checks

The Federal Aviation Administration is considering calling for Airbus A220 checks in light of an issue that led to at least two inflight shutdowns. This will means extra checks and the possible replacement of several Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan...
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Could Scrapping In Flight Magazines Cut Aviation Emissions?

Could Scrapping In Flight Magazines Cut Aviation Emissions?

When was the last time you picked up an inflight magazine? Simple Flying weighed British Airways’ most recent edition of the High Life magazine. With each seat having a High Life magazine, there are around 100kg of magazines onboard each...
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United Airlines’ New App Has So Far Saved 40,000 Flight Connections

United Airlines’ New App Has So Far Saved 40,000 Flight Connections

Reporting on last week’s Regional Airlines Association (RAA) annual convention in Nashville, The Points Guy revealed that United’s vice-president of domestic network planning, Ankit Gupta declared that ConnectionSaver has seen “tremendous” positive f...
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