This has been a dark week for the aviation industry with the missing Malaysia airlines flight. Our thoughts are with the families of the passengers and crew on that flight. Obviously this incident is our top story, however we did find a few other news bites this week too:
Continue reading This week: Dark times for Malaysia Airlines, AA mishaps, Kathmandu fire & more
There are weeks like last where we nearly run out of space reporting on airport related news and then there are those like this week were only relatively minor bits appeared on our news radar. Here’s what we found:
Continue reading This week: Qantas broken, Oakland in smoke & more.
It’s been a rather eventful aviation week this week with some major airport news reported from Europe, the States and Australia. Here’s what we will cover of this week’s news:
Continue reading This week: Frankfurt on strike, hijacked plane in Geneva & more
It’s going to be a fairly brief airport news round-up this week as it seems to have been mostly ‘business as usual’ at airports around the world during the past 7 days. However, we wouldn’t be LateDeparture if we couldn’t find some interesting stories regardless:
Continue reading This week: China accelerates airport building, more snow for the USA & more
Is a high-profile politician who is ranting about an airport that is in bad need of an upgrade the bigger news than 2,000 people rioting in a Chinese airport? Hard to say, but we chose the Chinese news the top one this week; here’s the full list:
Continue reading This week: Airport riot in China, LaGuardia’s third world remark & more
This week showed us that winter really is in full swing in the Northern hemisphere and it showed us some competitive muscling between two large airports. Here’s the full list of what we’re going to cover:
Continue reading This week: America’s deep freeze, Dubai challenges Heathrow & more
You know we’re late when we even change our title. Oh well, better late than never, right? Oh – by the way – did you notice that we changed our look? We hope you like it!
Okay, so last week the following stories appeared on our airport news radar:
Continue reading Last week: TSA reveals 2013 finds, Eagle lands at Wellington airport & more
We’re back in business! Do we hear you say, it’s about time? Yes, we agree – but it’s good to have a break every now and then. Mind you, our twitter feed continued to be maintained throughout the holidays covering some massive stories such as the crazy ice-age conditions in North America or odd ones like the one of the escaping Dachshund from Newark/New Jersey.
This week we’re covering two stories that caught our attention (yes, we’re starting at a slow pace as that’s what you do after a big break ;-)). Both are from the U.S. but they are quite different in regards to their topics:
Continue reading This week: The wrong airport & amnesty boxes
America is the land of opportunity and freedom, right? In many ways that’s definitely still true: You’re free to drive anywhere, you’re free to express your opinion (that guy in the subway did exactly that with the full force of his adult voice) or you can still make it big in business whatever background you have. And certainly for consumers, freedom also applies to the country’s economy. There’s hardly another place where you have so many choices – be it the type and brand of mineral water you can drink, the breakfast cereals you prefer or the airline you choose to cross this vast country with.
Continue reading Report: Across the States with JetBlue
This week is the second last week of our airport news reviews in 2013 before we take a – what we think – well deserved break. Let’s look at what we found this week then:
Continue reading This week: Spanish ghost airport up for grabs, snowy owls at JFK & more