John Huston

John Huston is a marketer, writer, and videographer who's always loved planes, clocked 10 whole hours in a Cessna and can spend hours wandering around ATL. Based in Atlanta, GA, United States.
Airbus Airlines Business / Finance

Hawaiian Airlines Contract Would Give Freighter Pilots Top-Tier Pay

The tentative labor contract could make Hawaiian freighter crews among the best-paid in the industry, out-earning their peers at FedEx

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SLC, ATL Led the Pack in Fewest Delayed Flights in ’22

Which US airports had the most and fewest delayed flights in 2022? See the list.

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Airlines Routes

Vietjet to Begin Melbourne-Ho Chi Minh City Route

Vietjet Air (VJ) has announced plans to begin service from Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City.

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Airlines Business / Finance

Kenyan Airways Share Trading Suspended for Another Year

Kenya Airways originally requested the trading suspension as it began restructuring amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Flydubai Anticipates Double-Digit Growth in 2023

Flydubai expects double-digit growth in the new year as the demand for air travel surges post-pandemic.

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Airbus Technology

Airbus Startup Soars through Initial SeaWing Trials

Airbus has tested the SeaWing on its ships that transport large aircraft parts between Europe and the U.S.

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Airlines Business / Finance Routes

SAS Releases Q4 Results, New Routes Added

In Q4 2022, SAS transported the highest number of passengers since the onset of the pandemic.

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Airlines Business / Finance Industry

U.S. DOT Fines Frontier, Others over Cancelled Flights

The U.S. DOT has fined six airlines a total of more than US$7m for failing to provide timely refunds.

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Airlines Business / Finance

IndiGo Grounds 30 Planes Due to Supply Chain Woes

Supply chain issues continue to affect industries around the world, including low-cost carriers in India.

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Airlines Business / Finance

Jazeera Q3 Earnings Soar on Passenger Gains

Things are looking good for Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways (J9) after a positive third quarter.

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