How Airlines are Protecting Travelers During the Coronavirus

Every airline is stepping up precautionary measures as the coronavirus continues to impact the world. Many carriers have temporarily cut flights or suspended routes to heavily affected regions due to a decrease in demand. Airlines are also adopting new measures to help curb the spread of the virus. They’re limiting in-flight services, disinfecting aircraft, wearing…

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The World’s Most Dangerous Airlines

Chances are you will never experience any of the airlines on this list.  And, chances are you will never be a pilot for any of these airlines – I hope. Nevertheless, as an aspiring pilot, this trivia could be interesting. Next time you’re relaxing with fellow aspiring aviators you can drop some airline knowledge on…

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The end of the Airbus A380?

The end of the Airbus A380

Could this be the end of the Airbus A380? News emerged this week that could suggest the end of the Airbus A380! Does this really mean ‘curtains’ for the largest passenger jet in the world? The background The Airbus A380 – aka the “Superjumbo” – first came into service in 2007. Manufactured by European firm…

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Virgin America faces retirement in 2019

Virgin America

Will this be the end of Virgin America? This week brought news that passengers will lose a distinctive name in domestic air travel – Virgin America. Known for its stylish, eye-catching brand, Virgin America dates back to  2007 when the Virgin Group, owned by British billionaire Sir Richard Branson, created it. However, since June last…

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The Delta outage: the chaotic impact

Delta outage

The Delta Outage – August 2016 If you’re training to become a commercial pilot at our flight schools in Florida  and Tennessee,  you’ll soon learn about the delicate art of flight schedules – and what happens if they don’t go to plan!  Last week’s Delta outage was a case in point… Delta Air Lines hit the…

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