Also, In the Skies 26 Aviation Happenings in Week 20

The electronics ban made big headlines again this week. This policy threatens the stability of the airline industry and would dramatically reverse efforts to improve air travel. This weekly post is my ‘round tuit’. Included are stories which caught my eye and others […]

U.S. Airports Were the Clear Winners in Trump Meeting, but What’s Next?

U.S. airline and airport leaders met with President Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday.
What follows is a summary of happenings and their implications.

CAPA Summit: Airline Impact of Brexit, US Elections, and Thanksgiving

The first big topic of discussion during CAPA Day 1 was predictable but no less compelling. Brexit, US Elections, turkey day: what do they mean for airlines?

Also, In the Skies: 27 Hot Aviation Happenings in Week 41

Hot happenings in the skies this week include huge milestones, big orders, and old problems which just need to stop already.

Also, In the Skies: 25 Hot Aviation Happenings in Week 40

Hot happenings in the skies this week include a breath of fresh air.

KLM Shares AvGeek Delight of Return Flight for Olympic Team

Hi AvGeek pals! Y’all got to see this.

Iberia Headed for Tokyo After Approval of JV Extension

The Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) has approved IAG airline Iberia to be included in the Joint Venture between IAG’s British Airways, Finnair, and Japan Airlines on routes to Japan.

SAS Celebrates 70 Years in the Skies

SAS is celebrating its 70th anniversary. The airline began operations as a group on August 1, 1946 following the merger of the Norwegian, Danish and Swedish international airline operations.

SAS Introduces New Value Fare Tier For Business Travellers

SAS has introduced a new fare tier for business travellers looking for value who are willing to give up a little flexibility in return.