Emerge, an Australianbased GSE services company, has an operation spanning across 36 airports including six workshops at major airports and staffing over 60 employees countrywide.
TAE Gives TPE331 Operators New Service & Repair Option in North America
Alaska Airlines Hosting an Eclipse-Viewing Party in the Air
HondaJet Obtains Brazilian Type Certification
Nashville International Airport Solar Eclipse 2017
Manchester Airport’s Transformation Programme – New Fly Through
RNWY.VC 12: Designing Airport Past the ADA
RNWY.VC 11: Growing Airport DBEs
Changi Airport: A Leading Air Cargo Hub
Denver International Airport s Fire Station 35 Earns LEED Gold Certification
Denver International Airport (DEN) announced Aug. 25, that Fire Station 35, the newest on-airport fire station, has earned gold certification under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. This prestigious designation makes Fire.
Pocatello Regional Airport Lands Third Sunday Flight
Starting Oct. 1, there will be a third option on Sundays for travelers to and from Pocatello Regional Airport. Recently, SkyWest Airlines, operating as the Delta Connection, added a third daily flight to the Sunday schedule. The new flight arrives at.
Oakland International Airport Welcomes 1.24M Passengers in July
Oakland International Airport (OAK) on Aug. 25, reports that it served 1,235,511 passengers in July, an increase of 103,320 passengers (9.1 percent) over the prior year. The increase is based upon 5.3 percent more flight operations and 7.9 percent more.
United Enlists Brooks Brothers, Other Designers for New Employee Uniforms
Hoping to avoid the rash of problems associated with last year’s uniform rollout at rival American Airlines, United Airlines has booked upscale clothier Brooks Brothers to make new outfits for its flight attendants and other employees.
Ilham Aliyev Views Embraer 190 Aircraft Delivered to Baku by Buta Airways
The company plans to deliver another Embraer 190 aircraft to Baku soon. In general, the airline’s fleet will include eight Embraer 190 aircraft.
Alarm Over Pietermaritzburg Airport Safety
The Msunduzi Municipality has raised red flags over the flight safety standards at the Pietermaritzburg Airport. The city said problems with the runway and landing lights and shortage of runway staff could potentially place the safety of passengers.
Air Passengers React to Alcohol Crackdown
It s 6pm and the Lion Antelope is rammed. Every seat is taken, every table filled with booze, and every bartender serves a never-ending stream of punters eager for a teatime pint or three. But this isn t your everyday pub: this.
OH: Allegiant to Stop Service at Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport
VIENNA, Ohio (WKBN) Allegiant Airlines announced this week that it is stopping service out of the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport. Service is expected to end in January. Read more.
Thunder in the Valley Air Show to Distribute $50,000 to Youth Organizations and Charities
The 20th annual Thunder in the Valley Air Show held in April was a success and now 10 youth organizations and charities in the Chattahoochee Valley will benefit as $50,000 is divided among them.
WV: Student Lands Aviation Scholarship
Aug. 24–WILEY FORD, W.Va. — A chance meeting at this year’s regional science fair landed a Jefferson County student with a scholarship and a chance to attend the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Air Academy in Wisconsin next year. Jos
FL: Delta Airlines to Offer Seasonal Service to JFK
Aug. 24–Delta Airlines is upping its service at Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport with a new, seasonal flight to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. Delta will offer daily service during the holiday traveling season
IA: Kaupins and Keck Lead Fly Iowa Team
Aug. 24–OTTUMWA — Every team needs a coach, and that’s how Pam Kaupins sees herself in the Fly Iowa game. Kaupins and Audrey Keck, manager of the airport’s fixed base operation Archangel Flying Services, are already seeing the fruition o
NC: Airline Passenger Tried to Bring Loaded .45 Pistol Onto Charlotte Plane, TSA Says
Aug. 24–A Charlotte man was arrested Wednesday in Charlotte for trying to bring a loaded gun onto a plane at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. He was stopped with a .45 caliber handgun just after 4 p.m. at Checkpoint A, according t
MO: KC Council Unanimously Agrees on MCI Proposal for November Election
Aug. 24–What a difference one week makes. A last-minute unity vote Thursday among Kansas City Council members means city voters will finally get a chance to vote in November on the future of Kansas City International Airport. Last we
IA: Model Aeronautics Pilot Builds Vietnam Era Jet
Aug. 25–OTTUMWA — John Gerhardt readied his A7E Corsair II for flight at Ottumwa Regional Airport Thursday, but he almost didn’t make it to the AMA jet rally because of his dogs. Gerhardt, of Anthem, Arizona, has been flying model airpla
KY: Louisville Airport to Offer Low-Cost Flight to New Destination
Aug. 24–A day after the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport began offering cheap airfare to Europe, the Louisville International Airport added a new cost-friendly destination that could be just as popular. At a news confere
Burns & McDonnell Promotes 11 Employee-Owners into Firm’s Principal Group
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Exceptional performance, technical excellence and successful handling of advancing responsibilities have earned promotions for 11 professionals into the Principal Group at Burns McDonnell, a senior
OH: Dayton Airport Unveils New CPR Training Kiosk
Aug. 24–Travelers can now learn how to save a life before they hop on their next plane at the Dayton airport. The Dayton International Airport unveiled its new hands-only CPR training kiosk at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday. The in
TN: Another Step Taken Toward Oak Ridge Airport
Aug. 24–Oak Ridge Municipal Planning Commission took another step Thursday toward speeding up the process of building a general aviation airport at and near the former K-25 site. The Commission unanimously recommended amending the zoning
OH: Allegiant Will Begin Service to Austin from Rickenbacker Next Year
Aug. 24–The next nonstop destination from Rickenbacker Airport looks a lot like the last one announced for John Glenn Columbus International Airport. It’s Austin. Allegiant Air is announcing new service to Texas’ capital city Thursda
Russian Helicopters Started Production of Mi-38T for the Russian Ministry of Defense
These helicopters will be used for conducting joint flight tests for compliance with the requirements of the Armed Forces. Further purchases of the Mi-38T for the needs of VKS will be planned within the framework of the state armament program in.
Spirit Airlines Announces New Service Between Chicago and West Palm Beach
Spirit Airlines announced Aug. 24, it will begin daily nonstop service between Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) on Nov. 9. The seasonal service will continue through April 11. Spirit’s new flights.
Boeing, EL AL Israel Airlines Celebrate Delivery of First 787 Dreamliner
EL AL leased the airplane through an agreement with Air Lease Corporation. The 787-9 touched down in Tel Aviv today following a nonstop, 6,746 mile (10,856 km.) delivery flight from Paine Field, adjacent to Boeing’s factory in Everett, WA.
Frasca Sells CJ1+ FTD to Oxford Aviation Academy
The FTD will simulate Cessna’s popular light business jet. The FTD will be qualified as a Level 5 device and will feature Frasca’s Simplicity Instructor Operator Station (IOS).
Technical Sessions at Helitech International to Demonstrate Innovation for Safe, Efficient Operations
Taking place in London from Oct. 3-5 at ExCeL London, Helitech International 2017, run in association with the European Helicopter Association (EHA) and co-located with MRO Europe, is set to display the newest technologies, parts, and services