Well it’s been a tough Summer for the airline industry world-wide. From thunderstorms in the Summer to Airlines with fleets of Boeing Max 8 aircraft being grounded makes for delays and cancellations. A very hot Summer that gives many areas heat beyond records can also cause flight delays. Strikes from various parts of the world from some airline pilots to airport ground crews like those of Barcelona in Spain. Even cargo airlines have had there fair share of problems this summer 2019.
Some airlines themselves suffer from breakdowns disputes and demonstrations we have seen more than ever in Hong Kong. We at Airline Adviser cover worldwide in the industry and are here for you. Simply for up to date reporting see our twitter site @AirlineAdviser . This gives us the tools to provide you the most crucial information. Without a doubt being there keeping you informed and advise as to what’s happening regarding those airlines or airports that might be affected.
Now that Hurricane Season has shown us how many of us should take it seriously without a doubt. Having been in many in South Florida and our experience in both fire and aviation industry our dedication to keeping you up to date is in our heart. We are your source in many ways. At this time Hurricane Dorian is approaching east coast of Florida with uncertainty of exact path and scale. May reports say it can be as dangerous as a category 4 or slightly less. Either way it is a strong and dangerous one that has anyone from Key West- Miami all the way up to Jacksonville and all parts inland concerned. Monday Labor Day is projected to make land fall and many like us are monitoring.
We are not just a website therefore we strong suggest you stay update with us like many others on twitter. Our feeds can be observed on the home page bottom right of our site www.airlineadviser.com Do not forget major airports you can see at our airports and facilities page. All major airlines will be monitoring just as we are same goes for airports. We will be with them too sharing this. Please be safe and remember safety first.
Airline Adviser 08/29/19