Port Authority Warns of Potential Delays at JFK During Busy Summer Travel Season

Samarkand Airport

Officials at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), one of the busiest hubs in the country, are gearing up travelers for a summer of potential travel disruptions due to major construction projects. This $19 billion endeavor aims to overhaul passenger facilities, including the creation of new international terminals, the revamp of existing ones, […]

Australia Aviation Industry Back to Pre-Pandemic Passenger Numbers

Qantas Airbus A220 (special livery)

Australia’s competition watchdog said on Tuesday that the country’s aviation industry appears to have recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic, with passenger levels and capacity back to pre-pandemic levels. In its latest report on domestic airline competition, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) revealed that over the quarter to March this year, domestic passenger numbers […]

Singapore Apology, Southwest Makes Moves, Think Revenge Travel is Over?

Singapore Airlines Airbus A350

Thursday, May 23: While it’s really easy to crap on airlines in this day and age, I genuinely feel for the Singapore Airlines CEO and the entire working staff of that airline. The large majority of the airline industry workforce are good people (at least in my experience) and take the responsibility of protecting their passengers seriously. Having […]