Stories by Jake Grant

CONTRIBUTOR - ATLANTA, GA Jake is an Atlantan by residence, Chicagoan by birth, engineer by trade, and an aviation geek at heart.

One of the most viewed stories here at AirlineReporter year in and year out is the primer on how different airlines board their flights. Of course, this is something that every passenger, from the lucky few who board Etihad’s Residence to the basic economy flyers on American, United, and Delta have to do in order […]

There are many programming languages out there, as my computer science major friends would tell you. Perhaps you’ve heard of a few notable ones like Java, Python, and C. This past semester, I took a class solely dedicated to MATLAB, which is has a reasonable claim to be the worst of them all. A glorified […]

The Spirit of Delta - Photo: Jake Grant

’œAh, I’m sorry, you’re gonna have to get out of the car,’ the Delta Air Lines security guard said as he peered farther into the window of the Uber I had taken to the northern edge of Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Distracted, as I had been staring at a 757’“200 beautifully adorned in Delta’s classic […]