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TRIP: Latin Americas 1 Regional Airline

TRIP celebrates its 12th anniversary this year, maintaining its focus on serving smaller markets, while growing to become Latin Americas largest regional carrier. By Daniel R. Carneiro



Initial Observations

Air Ops actions in response to the Haiti earthquake. By Lt. Col. Gary Snells



Disaster in Haiti

Erve Malebranche was deep in thought preparing for the next days flight when the world around him became violent. By Captain Ed Cook



Humanitarian Air Bridge to Haiti

International response to the earthquake was immediate, with the first relief flights arriving from the Dominican Republic within hours. By Ralph M. Pettersen



Quotable Notes

Thoughts on the disaster from many different points of view. By Complied by Shannon De Witt



United Bids Farewell to the Boeing 737

On October 28, 2009, at 5:55 p.m. PDT, United Airlines last Boeing 737, a type -322, touched down at San Francisco International for the last time, closing out a 41 year history. By Ben Wang



VOLARIS: Mexicos Rising Star

In less than four years since inaugurating service, Volaris has become Mexicos fourth largest domestic carrier. By Jeff Kriendler



Avianca and TACA Join Forces: A Major Latin American Player is Taking Off

Today, it seems like this airline is bound to become one of Latin Americas strongest players with a brand new fleet coming in and a number of very interesting mergers announced recently. By Sebastian Schmitz



Aircraft Appraisal: Boeing 757-200

Developed in tandem with the 767, the 757 was originally conceived as a replacement for the very popular 727-200 Advanced. The configuration we are familiar with today was the ultimate model selected by Boeing according to customer preferences. By Stephen P. Rehrmann



Reaching Back: A Dream Day at Lake Central

The gentleman introduced himself and we made a short run to my car. He didnt do pilot hiring and I didnt really have enough heavy iron experience yet, but it was nice to get a toein the door. His TWA flight was running two hours late so we had dinner at the Sky Chef restaurant in the terminal.(Remember them)Ë By Dave Nichols



Tailpieces

Here is an innovative idea. The hotelicopter has 18 soundproof rooms with queen size beds, coffee makers, WiFi and all thecomforts of a five star hotel room. At press time it was scheduled for itineraries in California, Europe and the Caribbean. By Joel Chusid
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