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Celebrating Aviation Maintenance Technician Day: Part 2

Today, May 24, aviation maintenance technicians around the world are celebrating Aviation Maintenance Technician Day in honor of the birthday of Charles Taylor, the “Unsung Hero of Aviation.” Aviation professionals are still continuing his legacy 149 years later and enabling millions to take to the skies every day. We’d like to introduce you to a […]

Celebrating Aviation Maintenance Technician Day: Part 1

On Wednesday, May 24, aviation maintenance technicians around the world will celebrate Aviation Maintenance Technician Day on the birthday of Charles Taylor, the “Unsung Hero of Aviation.” Aviation professionals are still continuing his legacy 149 years later and enabling millions to take to the skies every day. We’d like to introduce you to a few […]

Meet the Man Who Changed Air Transportation Forever

If you’ve never heard of Charles Taylor, you’re probably not alone. But even if you don’t recognize his name, this American inventor has impacted the life of everyone who has ever flown on an airplane. Taylor, the “Unsung Hero of Aviation,” was vital to the Wright brothers’ inaugural flights and helped make the modern miracle […]

U.S. Airlines Honor Those Who Serve

Every day, the U.S. airlines celebrate the brave men and women who serve in our military. The courage and sacrifice of our veterans, those currently serving and their families is inspiring and is what allows us the freedom to fly around the world.  In celebration of Military Appreciation Month, we’re highlighting just a few of […]

Warren Buffett on U.S. Airlines: Extremely Competitive Business

Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box Monday morning and was asked about his outlook on the airline industry. “It’s a tough business,” Buffett said. “It was a suicidal business for a long time. Having the consolidation that came about through the bankruptcies has made it an extremely competitive business.” […]

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