Worth It? Why Didn’t Malaysia Airlines Buy A Cheap Upgrade That Could Have Tracked Lost Jet? Is It Unethical For Passenger Airlines To Carry Hazardous Cargo? Tuesday, March 25, 2014 Yesterday the Malaysian prime minister said MH370 crashed to offer some closure to the families, but that will not happen until debris and the black… Read More

Lost in Translation  MISSING MALAYSIA AIRLINES SPARKS COUNTLESS THEORIES   Tuesday, March 18, 2014       The disappearance of a Boeing 777, one of the safest commercial jets in service, has become one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history. How is it possible for a plane like Malaysia Airline flight 370 to vanish… Read More

Passport Insecurity  Malaysian Flight Points To Loophole In Passport Checks  Tuesday, March 11, 2014       The discovery that two passengers on Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 used stolen passports indicates a huge vulnerability in aviation security, many news outlets are reporting. Malaysian officials confirmed the sham passengers bought their tickets through China Southern Airlines, which… Read More

Class Dismissed High-Flyers Pay Up Big To Avoid Economy-Class Masses Dismissive Treatment for Frequent-Flyers Tuesday, March 4, 2014 At top, American Airlines skycaps wait outside the AA Flagship lounge at LAX in 2013, and bottom, travelers waiting in line to board a flight at LaGuardia in 2013. AAs Flagship Check-in service, a VIP discreet and… Read More