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    Train vs. Plane: 10 Routes Where Rail Beats Air

Train vs. Plane: 10 Routes Where Rail Beats Air

MIAMI — When booking your trip, have you ever wondered about considering train travel as an option? Did you know that there are some routes that can be faster made by train than on a plane? According to the travel platform GoEuro, train travel can be up to three and a

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    Full Review: On Board JetBlue’s Special Air Show Flight Over Fort Lauderdale Beach (+Photos)

Full Review: On Board JetBlue’s Special Air Show Flight Over Fort Lauderdale Beach (+Photos)

MIAMI — With a remarkably strong presence in South Florida with its large Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (FLL/KFLL) hub and nearly 5,000 crewmembers who call it home, JetBlue’s ties with the local community are deeply embedded in the day-to-day of its residents. The tragic events that occurred at Parkland, Florida last February

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    Flying with Kosmos: The Airline of the Russian Space Agency

Flying with Kosmos: The Airline of the Russian Space Agency

Yup, that’s a Tu-134A-3 there. Ulyanovsk? Where’s that? This is the internet, and everyone has opinions and rage. So I need to be vague. Ulyanovsk is named after a person. He was born there on April 22. Depending on your opinion- said the person was either a hero or a

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    Full Report: Live From Virgin America’s Farewell Flight (+Photos)

Full Report: Live From Virgin America’s Farewell Flight (+Photos)

Story by Zvonimir Tolj • Trip Report by Brandon Aronoff • Photos by Brandon Farris MIAMI — Last night, Virgin America (VX) made its final service (Flight 1948), which was scheduled from its headquarters in San Francisco to Los Angeles. Starting today, April 25, 2018, Alaska Airlines takes over VX’s check-in counters

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    #FlybackFriday: Izhavia, The Airline Of The Udmurt Republic And Its Yak-42 (+Photos)

#FlybackFriday: Izhavia, The Airline Of The Udmurt Republic And Its Yak-42 (+Photos)

Oh lord, Bernie – where are you going now? Izhevsk takes its name from the river Izh to which it is near. I am sure you were dying to know that. Izhevsk has long been known as a city of arms. For a while, Izhevsk also made motorcyles. It’s just

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    Best of Airways — Oman Bliss: From Muscat to Milan in Economy Class

Best of Airways — Oman Bliss: From Muscat to Milan in Economy Class

Reported by Matteo Legnani. Photos by Matteo Legnani unless noted. • Airways Magazine, September 2014. Oman Air (WY/OMA) was officially launched in 1993 with a modest fleet of white-and-red Boeing 737-300 serving a handful of destinations in the Gulf Region and in the Indian subcontinent. A major development occurred in

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    #FlybackFriday — Flying VivaAerobus From Buffalo To Cancún

#FlybackFriday — Flying VivaAerobus From Buffalo To Cancún

Story and Photos by Davis Miller. What is a VivaAerobus Airbus A320 doing in freezing Buffalo, New York? Did it have to divert due to mechanical complications or weather? Nope. The Opportunity Gantt Cookson, Vice President of Vacation Express (VE), graciously invited me to experience one of the routine chartered

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    Traveler: I Flew Wingo And I Really Liked It!

Traveler: I Flew Wingo And I Really Liked It!

It’s been reported numerous times on our website the rapid decline Venezuela has seen in both domestic and international air traffic. Just recently, the country’s largest carrier—the conglomerate between SBA Airlines and Aserca Airlines—announced the end of their operations. The airline, historically, had been the one with the most capacity

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