Industry Talk

The Competition for Cuba: A U.S. Airline Failure?

April 15, 2017 David Xian 0

Following the Cuban government’s and DOT’s reinstatement of a commercial flight agreement to Cuba in 2016, U.S. airlines’ immediately applied to fill the 110 flights a day limit. The agreement allowed for 20 daily scheduled flights to Cuba’s […]

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Flashback: JFK’s Ramada Plaza

March 12, 2017 David Xian 0

The two most distinct quirks of Kennedy are pictured here. The Ramada Plaza JFK Hotel off the Van Wyck Expy was built as JFK’s only on-airport hotel. Its use by airlines as a gathering location […]

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Winter Storm Stella slams the Northeast

March 12, 2017 David Xian 0

  Live Airline Updates: With predictions for 2 feet of snow in the tristate region, expect: All flight cancelations at: Delta American United Southwest Spirit jetBlue   Mid storm update: JFK remains closed throughout the […]

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Solar Impulse 2: Transatlantic Crossing

March 12, 2017 David Xian 0

-June 23, 2016: Solar Impulse 2 flown by Betrand Piccard landed in Seville, Spain, becoming the first plane to ever cross the Atlantic Ocean without fuel. Its flight over the ocean lasted an arduous 3 […]