Advertisement
  • Hong Kong – A Destination Guide

    Hong Kong, also known as „the Pearl of the Orient“, is a 7.2 million metropolis on the southern coastline of China. It is a former British colony and now a special administrative region of...

  • From Russia, With Love

      In a surprising (or possibly NOT so surprising) move, Russia’s civil aviation authority has issued a directive revoking the airworthiness certificate of both the Boeing 737 “Classic” and 737 “Next-Gen” families. This news,...

  • Cathay Pacific Business from Hong Kong to Australia

    Back in June I got a lot of flying done and part of it was to get from Switzerland to Australia and back. As this was my big vacation trip to spend some time...

  • Edelweiss Business from Zurich to Tampa

    Hi guys, my name’s Nick and with this article I’ll start a new series of Trip Reports. From flights to hotels and sightseeing tours, there will be something for everyone! All my reviews will...

  • Russian Airline MetroJet Crashes in Egypt

    BREAKING: A MetroJet Russian Airline flying an Airbus built A321, from Egypt to St. Petersburg, crashed Saturday in the Sinai Peninsula. Russian media has reported the plane was carrying 224 people, many of them...

  • Delta Folds on Atlanta-Dubai Route

    Citing overcapacity on routes from the U.S. to the Middle East, Delta Airlines announced Wednesday that it would end its Atlanta-Dubai route and place the aircraft operating it on other transoceanic routes. “The cancellation...

  • The Next Airline?

    The nostalgia associated with airlines from years-gone-by never seems to fade. Perhaps it is memories of classic airliners and white glove service; a time when people dressed up to fly that makes us cling to...

  • How far would you go to avoid airline fees?

    Over the past ten years airlines have become more and more price sensitive. People continue to complain about one thing or another and the airlines listen. People complain that they shouldn’t have to pay...

  • What is next for Commercial Aviation?

    I’ve said it hundreds of times to my friends and “family” in the competitive airline industry, “The only constant you’ll find in the airline industry, is change.” Until 1978, the carriers in the United...

  • Alaska Airlines Expands South From SoCal

    Alaska Airlines is expanding their footprint in Southern California; last week the airline began weekly service from Orange County Airport (SNA) to both Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta. The new flights which operate...

  • Delta renews feud with American over Tokyo

    Delta Air Lines Inc. wants U.S. regulators to seize American Airlines Group Inc.’s new route from Los Angeles to Tokyo’s close-in Haneda Airport – but wait – American Airlines doesn’t have a flight from LA...

  • Air France Execs flee after protesters storm HQ!

    A number of Air France executives had to flee a meeting today about mass job cuts after a mob of angry union protesters stormed the company’s Paris headquarters. The assocated press reported that one...

  • Getting to Incredible India Just Got Easier!

    India, be warned, I’m coming for you. I have traveled millions of miles all over this planet but one of the few places I have always wanted to go to I have never visitied...

  • Virgin Atlantic Looks to Fly to Russia

      Virgin Atlantic has been eyeing the London-Moscow route for about 20 years now. Recently, European low cost carrier EasyJet announced that they would discontinue the route. According to founder Richard Branson in an...

  • Ten Amazing things to do in NYC

    New York City is a city of dreams. There is something for everyone. It doesn’t matter what your interests are, just about every person on the planet has at some point or another, seen...

  • Savvy Stews Deal of the Week!

    Every week we take a quick trip around the web and try to find the best deals from all over the planet. This week we have some interesting deals and steals from in the States...