By Michael Garko, In Airline News Frontier Airlines has announced it will launch seasonal flights from the resort town of Branson, Missouri to Austin and Phoenix. About these ads
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Barely six months since announcing launching of flights from Northwest Florida Regional Airport to 17 destinations, Vision Airlines is already eliminating five of those original cities. In addition to the five destinations being discontinued, the airline has already ended service to Greensboro, North Carolina.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Thanks to the quick work of an air-traffic controller, a possible collision on New York-JFK’s runway was averted.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News American Airlines is reportedly in talks with Airbus about purchasing at least 100 narrow-body planes to help replace its aging MD-80 and Boeing 757 fleet.
Michael Garko, In Airlines News Airbus is running away from its competitors in Paris with huge orders from Air Asia and others.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Three passengers suffered minor injuries after a Delta flight had to return to Atlanta to for an emergency landing. On the other side of the globe, an American Airlines plane made an emergency landing in New Delhi as well.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Day 2 nears an end in Paris as a few more surprises come in.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Several key orders have already been announced in Paris.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News JetBlue has announced its 68th and 69th destinations in St. Thomas and St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Also, Virgin Atlantic has announced it will launch flights to Cancun, Mexico in 2012.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News University of New Mexico football player Deson Marman was arrested Wednesday for refusing to pull up his baggy pants at the San Fransisco International Airport.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Hollywood might want to keep an eye on Shreveport, Louisiana. The Shreveport Regional Airport is unveiling a display of posters that will show off some of the over 200 movies that have been shot in the Shreveport-Bossier City area.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Airlines continue to use revenue from checked bag fees to help offset the rising cost of fuel. The Department of Transportation compiled and released information on Monday showing that U.S. airlines collected over $5.7 billion in baggage fees and changed reservation fees in 2010.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Several new routes have been announced in recent days, as well as another low-cost airline pulling out of Savannah, Ga.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Since adding Denver to its route system in 2006, Denver has been one of Southwest Airlines’ fastest growing destinations. In terms of daily departures, Denver is now Southwest’s fifth busiest airport. Now, the carrier will be adding flights to Newark, Pittsburgh, and Jacksonville from the Colorado capital.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Spirit is at it again with another provocative ad, as they have launched a new sale poking fun of the Anthony Weiner picture scandal.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News An American Airlines MD-80 jet taking off from St. Louis Lambert International Airport lost power to one of its two engines on Saturday.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Orlando based SST Air has announced the launching of flights to Brasilia, Brazil and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Both routes will start June 30th, and will run through August 1st.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Delta will resume its route from Shanghai, China to its largest hub in Atlanta, Georgia Sunday. The twice weekly flight will be operated on 269-seat Boeing 777 aircraft.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Just four days after a Delta MD-88 blew a tire upon landing at Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, NYC Aviation (click for video) has posted a video of a Delta Air Lines Boeing 767 blowing a tire on its takeoff roll on Wednesday.
US Dept. of Transportation Thursday said it assessed civil penalties against Continental Airlines and US Airways for violating its rules prohibiting deceptive price advertising in air travel. CO was assessed a civil penalty of $120,000 for not including fuel surcharges on its website and US was fined $45,000 for not providing an explanation of fees …
By Michael Garko, In Airline News US Airways said “Bonjour” to its eighth Canadian destination today with the launching of daily service to Quebec City from the airline’s Philadelphia hub.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News The Wall Street Journal has reported that Chicago based American Airlines has been ordered by an Illinois court to return its schedule and airfare postings onto Orbitz Worldwide Inc.’s websites.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News On Sunday, a United Airlines flight had to return to Washington D.C. after a fight broke out on board between two passengers.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News It is going to cost you a little more to check in that second bag on your next flight to Europe.