Simple Flying spoke with the carrier's management about its aircraft and network.
Simple Flying spoke with Christopher Chung, CEO of the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina.
ALPA President Jason Ambrosi discussed issues around pilot supply and pilot safety in the United States.
An inside look to how airports are designed.
Finding aircraft suitable for pilot training has become a challenge as new aircraft have become too expensive, especially for smaller schools.
Payments are more complex than in many other industries.
Let's take a look at what the airport and its operator are doing to reduce the impact of noise pollution on nearby communities.
Airports could spearhead the availability and production of SAF.
Today Australian airline Rex inducted an eighth Boeing 737, and with more routes to open, additional aircraft are on their way.
June was another month of progress for airlines in Asia-Pacific so Simple Flying spoke with AAPA boss Subhas Menon about what lies ahead.
There is obvious intent for Turkish Airlines to fly to Australia but the Chairman revealed to Simple Flying that there are some hurdles to be cleared
With Jet It exiting the scene, Simple Flying investigated the causes and the feasibility of fractional ownership in the private jet market.
The car features propellers and a folding wing and is designed to fit into standard parking spots and use traditional car charging stations.
With celebrity chefs lining up to endorse airline food, spare a thought for the people tasked with turning complex ideas into the meals you eat.
Kenya Airways' new loyalty program is hoping to attract its existing Flying Blue members.
Birds and bats have caused havoc to Bonza and now the airline is adjusting its network to buffer itself from any more unexpected surprises.
We spoke to IAG Loyalty about how the concept came about and where it could go next.
The annual fly-in gathers more than half a million avgeeks.
The facility will play a key role in the manufacturer's Wing Of Tomorrow program.
We often forget that passengers are not the only ones whose lives are interrupted when air travel is impacted.