US Courts Direct FAA to Address Shrinking Airlines Seats

Lack of space is one of the most frequently cited complaints among air travelers. Whether you are flying domestically or internationally, you’ll probably have minimal space in your seat. Of course, this makes sense considering that airlines want to squeeze … Read More

Airbus Grounds Some A320neos for Engine Problems

Airbus has grounded some of its A320neo jets due to teething problems with the jets’ Pratt engines. As reported by Bloomberg, the European aerospace manufacturer has temporarily postponed some of its deliveries  after engine issues were discovered. The A320neo jets … Read More

Boeing Receives FAA Certification for 737 MAX 9

Boeing has received certification from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its 737 MAX 9 jet. With FAA certification, Boeing now has the green light to officially use the new aircraft for commercial purposes. Of course, Boeing first received … Read More

Airbus Unveils Delivery Drone

The U.S. commercial drone industry is on course to exceed $13 billion by 2025. While drones are used for a variety of commercial applications, one of the most exciting uses is package delivery. According to a recent report, European aerospace … Read More

Fewer Airlines ‘Bumping’ Passengers From Flights

Passengers are less likely to be bumped from their flight, according to a new report by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). The DOT says that rates of involuntary passenger bumping among the country’s 12 largest airlines dropped to just … Read More

SpaceX Successfully Launches New Falcon Heavy Rocket

SpaceX has successfully launched its new Falcon Heavy rocket. Featuring three reusable boosters, the new rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida on February 6, 2018 with a Tesla Roadster payload (no, that’s not a typo). In an effort to … Read More

Google Flights to Offer Better Predictions of Air Travel Delays

Google Flights is being updated with new features to better predict air travel delays. Originally launched September 13, 2011 the Google-operated online flight booking service allows travelers to easily find and purchase tickets through third-party vendors. It works like other … Read More

FAA Approves SmartSky 4G LTE for STC

SmartSky Networks’ in-cabin wireless 4G LTE network has been awarded the first Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). According to a recent report published by Routehappy, more than 70 airlines throughout the world are offer in-flight … Read More

Boeing Produced More Jets Than Any Other Company in 2017

New reports indicate that Boeing produced more jets than any other company, including Airbus, last year. 2017 marked the sixth consecutive year in which Boeing topped the charts for jet production. According to the reports, Boeing produced and delivered 763 … Read More