Trevin Casinader

Trevin is a licensed flight instructor and pilot with degrees in Commercial Aviation and Aviation Management. He received his training at the University of North Dakota and has been in love with aviation for many years. Since 2017 he's been working as a content writer and loves that he can combine his love of aviation and writing here at Aviator Insider.

Embraer 195 Guide and Specs: The Biggest Brazil Has to Offer

According to Embraer, the official description of the E195 is that it is a predominantly metallic, low-winged, conventional-tailed monoplane with wing-mounted engines and retractable tricycle-type, twin-wheeled landing gear.  The Embraer 195 is a stretched version of the Embraer E-190 and the largest aircraft in the manufacturer’s portfolio. The E195 is offered to customers in three …

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Airbus A350 Guide and Specs [2022]: A Dose of Xtra

The Airbus A350 is a twinjet, twin-aisle jetliner with retractable landing gear. It represents Airbus’ decade-long journey to produce a competitor to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the 777. Airbus claims the A350 will efficiently fly anything from short-haul to ultra-long-haul routes, but most airlines use it for medium and long-haul flights.  The retirement of …

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Airbus A320 Guide and Specs [2022]: The World’s Highest-Selling Narrowbody

In the late 1970’s stakeholders in the EU aviation industry saw the need to end the dominance of Boeing and McDonnell Douglas in the single-aisle jetliner market, which led to the start of the JET (Joint European Transport) program. The JET program was initially independent of Airbus; however, it would later be handed over to …

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Boeing 717 Guide and Specs [2022]: The Tail of Two Companies

The Boeing 717 is a t-tail single-aisle jetliner powered by two rear-mounted turbofan engines. The aircraft was designed for short-haul flights and is a popular regional jet. The 717 was released over two decades ago and is still a staple regional jet in the United States.  The popularity of the 717 is because it isn’t …

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Embraer Phenom 100EV Guide and Specs: All You Need To Know

The first-generation Embraer Phenom 100 caused quite a buzz in the aviation community when it was first announced. The aircraft is in the very light jet (VLJ) category and, in 2007, was one of a handful of aircraft in the category. It faced stiff competition from Cessna’s Citation Mustang and Eclipse Aerospace’s Eclipse 500. It …

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Airbus vs Boeing Fleet Comparison: Who is More Successful?

For over 30 years, Airbus and Boeing have created a duopoly for large passenger jet aircraft and cultivated one of the biggest rivalries in the world. The competition between the two giants has pushed the envelope of aviation technology for years. Bottom Line Up Front With Airbus vs Boeing, the various aircraft that both companies …

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Bombardier CRJ 900 Guide and Specs: All You Need to Know

Introduction The Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet or CRJ for short, is one of the, if not the most, successful line of short to medium-haul regional aircraft today. First introduced in 1991, the CRJ 100/200 line was upgraded to meet the ever-increasing regional traffic requirements. The result was the CRJ 700 series which gave birth to …

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