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America’s most controversial airport Is now No. 1 in the country

DIA had a fairly auspicious 2018. In May, it broke ground on a $1.5-billion expansion that will add 39 new gates, plus concessions, by mid-2022 — increasing the airport’s capacity ...

Las Vegas may land nonstop flights to Tokyo in 2020

Las Vegas’ airport could soon see the first daily nonstop service to Japan since 2006. American Airlines applied to the U.S. Department of Transportation last month to operate ...

Boeing will keep building new 737 Max planes as it scrambles to get them back in the air

As Boeing works to restore its troubled 737 Max fleet to service, it will continue building the planes. The 737 Max is the company’s bestselling jet and remains in huge demand, ...

Denver International Airport reopens runways, though 675 flights still canceled day after blizzard

A day after a bomb cyclone swept through Colorado, Denver International Airport was still dealing with its aftermath as airlines canceled 675 incoming and outgoing flights. Airlines ...

FS2Crew – Pilot Assist Pro for the iPad/iPhone has been updated!

  Pilot Assist Pro for the iPad/iPhone has been updated to Version 1.2.4 for th   And here’s the best part…   You can now download this app for FREE, ...

Boeing Acquires ForeFlight

Combined offerings will provide customers across the aviation industry with enhanced digital services CHICAGO, March 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] completed the acquisition ...

Sky Blue Radio Desktop App now available

           By popular request, the Sky Blue Radio Desktop is back.  You may get it by visiting the download page http://skyblueradio.com/?page_id=350 The new ...

AMERICAN AIRLINES, DELTA HIT WITH LARGE FINES

The Department of Transportation has fined American Airlines $1 million and Delta Air Lines $750,000 for keeping passengers waiting in planes on tarmacs for more hours than allowed ...

British Airways considers Boeing 777X as 747 retirement continues

The Boeing 777X project currently has seven named customers, with an order book totaling 326 aircraft. 46 percent of the ordered aircraft are destined for Emirates Airline as airlines ...