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Overbooked Flight Policies

It’s been a reoccurring theme for commercial airlines with overbooked flights for years now, and as it currently stands, there’s seemingly no solution in place to prevent it from happening. It does raise the valid question as to why it continues to take place. Considering the incident that happened on a recent United Airlines flight […]

What are the Different Classes on an Airplane

If you’ve ever flown anywhere in the world, you may be aware of the different seating classes on a flight. Airlines traditionally have three travel classes in which a passenger may be seated in. There include First Class, Business Class, and Economy Class. Each airline’s policies and regulations differ, but overall, the cabin configuration will […]

Future Pilot Shortage Will Lead to Self-Flying Planes

We’ve heard of self-driving cars and the advancement that companies like Tesla Motors have made that have the auto industry buzzing. The first industry to really make an impact in self-driving cars is likely to be ride sharing apps like Uber and Lyft. But what about self-flying planes? Unlike self-driving cars, self-flying planes will be […]

Future Demand for Aviation Jobs Puts Pressure on Industry

Aircraft dispatcher jobs are amongst the projected high-demand jobs in the aviation industry in coming years. The issue is that current projections point to a higher demand for aviation jobs than supply. This is good news from students attending, or hoping to attend, aircraft dispatcher school. However, it is worrying to aviation industry higher-ups. Across […]

Airfares Declining and Uber of the Skies? Hello 2017

The Aviation industry seems to have slipped into a wormhole and landed in an alternate universe known as 2017. Aircraft dispatching is safe, for now, but it seems not much else is.   We will give you the good news first:   Airfares are going to decline even further this year. Sheffield has covered topics such as […]

Airlines Shift From Transportation to Experience

In the past, aviation jobs were pretty straight forward: pilots fly, cabin crew serve, and flight dispatchers plan, but that is all changing fast. Aviation executives from multiple airlines including American and United, have all announced drastic changes in the way positions are carried out. Sheffield School of Aeronautics has seen a lot of changes […]

Hurricane Matthew Causes Problems for Flight Dispatchers

If there is one thing that they can’t prepare you for in flight dispatcher school, it is mass evacuations and category 4 hurricanes like Hurricane Matthew; or can they?  The truth is that although flight dispatchers experienced some of the most stressful work days of their lives during Hurricane Matthew, weather systems and extreme schedule […]

Airlines Experience Their Worst Year Yet

Airlines have had a tough year so far, and it’s not over. Amidst TSA delays, Zika outbreaks, and instability in Europe, airlines have had a difficult 2016. Sheffield School of Aeronautics knows better than anyone that airlines are struggling at the moment. This year began with a promising outlook for airlines all over the world. […]

Goodbye to First Class Seats on International Flights

First class seats on international flights may be a thing of the past, something that will only be a memory in a few short years. A few airlines have opted to get rid of first class altogether in order to offer more business-class seats. This decision will definitely boost airlines profits, which have been historically […]

Which Airline Travel Fees Do We Really Need?

Recently, U.S. lawmakers began complaining about baggage check fees, and since then there has been a lot of talk about airline fees in general. It’s a complicated question to answer because of the sheer amount of fees charged by airlines in general. When you buy a plane ticket, you are paying everyone from the aircraft […]

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