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Air Canada 759: A Disaster Averted

July 13, 2017 Max Trimm 0

On Friday night, a disaster was averted at San Francisco International Airport. Air Canada flight 759, an Airbus A320 on final approach from Toronto with 140 passengers nearly touched down on a taxiway where there […]

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Paris Air Show: Day 4 Recap

June 22, 2017 Nick McGowan 0

Day 4 of the Paris Air Show was quieter, with both aircraft manufacturers happy with the addition to their order books by the end of the past 4 days. Read the most recent news below. […]

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Paris Air Show: Day 1 Recap

June 20, 2017 Max Trimm 0

The first day of the Paris Air Show was nothing short of exhilarating, and Boeing stole the show with some massive orders and announcements. Airbus, of course, picked up some large orders as well from […]

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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 […]