604 articles published since August 25, 2019
About Justin Hayward
Journalist - With almost a decade of experience in the publishing sphere, Justin has built up a deep understanding of the issues facing aviation today. With a keen interest in route development, new aircraft, and loyalty, his extensive travels with airlines such as British Airways and Cathay Pacific has given him profound direct comprehension of industry matters. Based in Hong Kong and Darlington, UK.
The Boeing 727 has been in Bristol since early 2021 and is now in use as an office and events space, with more to come.
There is a lot in common between the two.
Earning status is an important part of the AAdvantage program for those that fly frequently.
There are no commercial flights to the Isle of Wight, and limited support for any development.
The route from the UK to Alderney is an excellent example of a limited route with a monopoly operation.
Premium economy is now standard on many long-haul flights - but where did it begin?
Northeast Airlines was a shortlived brand for a UK regional airline in the 1970s, known before as BKS Air Transport.
Premium economy is popular with many airlines - but which are the best?
Kantarat Golf Course is built on the grass between the two airport runways - a unique experience for golfers and aviation enthusiasts!
An airfield has operated at Shek Kong since 1950, with continued military service from the UK and China, and now also some general aviation aircraft.
Dunsfold was used as a military base and manufacturing location before moving to private use today.
LAX stands proud as one of the major gateways into and out of the USA. It has expanded significantly over the 70 years, and more is on the way.
The Handley Page Hermes was a post-war civilian passenger aircraft used in the UK. It flew with BOAC and many charter operators up to 1962.
The 737 MAX continues a long successful run for Boeing narrowbodies. It has had challenges but is well-ordered by airlines.