Ultra low fare carrier Spirit Airlines has announced plans to to begin service from Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport in June. The 8th-largest U.S. carrier is headquartered in Miramar (metro Miami), Florida, operating a fleet of Airbus aircraft more than 500 times daily to 78 destinations in the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America. Spirit will offerContinue reading “Spirit Airlines Announces Inaugural Milwaukee Service”
Global aviation consulting firm to70 has released a report about aviation safety in 2020. According to the company which is headquartered in The Hague in The Netherlands with offices around the globe, there were 40 large commercial aircraft accidents last year, five of which included fatalities. And despite there being a 42% reduction in theContinue reading “2020 Stats Show that Flying Remains Incredibly Safe”
If you’re contemplating air travel in the next couple of months and your travels include flights with Delta Air Lines, you may want to consider pampering yourself by traveling in the forward cabin of the aircraft. Not only will you be assured of generous social distance from other passengers aboard the flight, but through JanuaryContinue reading “Time to Pamper Yourself With a First Class Flight?”
In a move that probably won’t disappoint frequent customers of Delta Air Lines, the company has announced its intention to retire all of its Boeing 717s, a derivative of the old DC9-40, as well as the carrier’s fleet of Boeing 767-300ER (extended range) aircraft. Also to be phased out are Delta’s cramped and unpopular BombardierContinue reading “Delta to Retire Fleet of Boeing 717, 767-300ER and CRJ200 Aircraft”
JetBlue recently inaugurated its second route from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport with two daily A320 nonstops to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York City. The airline also reinstated its daily flights to Boston’s Logan International Airport which were temporarily suspended due to the COVID19 pandemic.