Alaska Airlines’ decision to diversify its Boeing MAX order portfolio to include the -8 and -10 as well seems like a logical choice to safeguard future fleet flexibility. By relying on just the MAX 9, the carrier would have been restricted by its range and...
Alaska Airlines is risking losing more pilots if it doesn’t successfully and quickly complete negotiations with pilots union ALPA. Negotiations over additional benefits have reached an impasse since starting in October. The Seattle Times quotes ALPA that it is seeing...
Yesterday there was an interesting announcement about Alaska Airlines modifying one of its Dash8s to add a hydrogen-electric powertrain. The new engine can produce between 2,000 and 5,000 KW. That translates into between 2,600 and 6,700 Hp. Alaska Airways also...
Airline schedules are by definition built far into the future, typically up to 360 days ahead. During normal times this is not that difficult. Traffic growth follows predictable patterns by season and reasonably predictable growth. Not anymore. Take a look at the...
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has received a permit from Transport Canada to carry passengers and cargo flights to every airport in the country. Vietnam Airlines is the first Vietnamese carrier to get this permission. Even if international travel remains...
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