June 23, 2017

AIN Blog: It’s All Uber’s Fault

January 4, 2017 NGE Staff 0

Later this week the U.S. Supreme Court will review the Flytenow case , which is kind of extraordinary. Flytenow is one of several businesses launched to connect pilots with travelers going to the same destination […]

The Burgeoning Air-Taxi Industry

November 4, 2016 NGE Staff 0

Having a private plane is one of the key perks of the rich. Donald Trump makes much of his personal 757, while Leonardo DiCaprio received well-deserved criticism for calling on people to reduce their carbon […]

Uber in the Air

September 1, 2016 NGE Staff 0

The FAA tries to stop a flight-sharing start-up. Flying commercial airlines is increasingly difficult. Long TSA lines this summer only compound peoples’ anger over high fees and cramped seats. Much better to fly private — […]

Uber in the Air

August 30, 2016 NGE Staff 0

Flying commercial airlines is increasingly difficult. Long TSA lines this summer only compound peoples’ anger over high fees and cramped seats. Much better to fly private — that is, if you can afford it. But […]

Don’t Ground “Uber in the Sky”

July 26, 2016 NGE Staff 0

Last year, a company called Flytenow was poised to revolutionize air travel by allowing private pilots already going to a destination to share their costs with would-be travelers—kind of like a college rideshare bulletin board, […]