Aviation News

Malawian Airlines Makes Historic Flight With All-Female Crew

Malawi Airlines on Thursday booked its space in the aviation history books with the company’s maiden all-female operated, and supported flight. The Bombardier Q-400 flew...

Gogo Passes 3,000 Installed Aircraft with In-flight Connectivity in Commercial Aviation

Gogo has reached a major milestone by installing its 3,000th commercial aircraft with in-flight connectivity. Today, the company has 3,000 commercial aircraft and more than...
Airbus Airspace Cabin

The Innovative Airspace Cabin Takes a Step Closer for the A330neo

The Airspace by Airbus cabin – which offers a more relaxing and functional environment for passengers while optimizing the use of cabin space for...

Boeing Celebrates Rollout of First 737 MAX 9

Boeing marked a milestone today as the first 737 MAX 9 made its debut in front of thousands of Boeing employees. The 737 MAX 9...
Alaska Airlines 737-800 with Split Scimitar Winglets

7 Billion Gallons of Jet Fuel Saved and 74 Million Tons of Carbon Dioxide...

Aviation Partners, Inc. (API) and Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) announced today that its unique Blended Winglet and Split Scimitar Winglet technologies have now saved...
Fastener Dimensions Bolt

The Nuts and Bolts of Aviation

Located just a few miles from JFK Airport, Fastener Dimensions, Inc. is a primary supplier of aircraft and aerospace parts. This family-owned and operated...
Duck Drone

Duck; It’s A Drone!

This is a tough one to unravel. Who do you think is the good guy? The duck hunter who in a public-land site, is...
Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology

Vaughn College Recognized as #1 in Nation for Upward Mobility

Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology was recognized as having the highest upward mobility rate among 2,137 colleges in a January 18 article published...
Patient Airlift Services PALS

A Christmas Wish Granted to a Brave Young Lady

“Maybe Christmas doesn’t come from a store, maybe Christmas means a little bit more.” Zoey Kohler, age 18 of Ohio, has a rare incurable cancer....
NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen

NBAA President Discusses ATC Privatization at LIBAA Event

NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen thanked members of New York’s Long Island business aviation community for their grassroots efforts to stop proposals in...