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Dubai World Central Set to Benefit from DXB Runway Closure

    Dubai World Central Set to Benefit from DXB Runway Closure

LONDON – Passenger numbers at Dubai World Central are set to soar this year as Dubai international airport prepares to close its southern runway for 45 days for a much-needed

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WestJet Introduces Boeing 787-9 (+Photos)

    WestJet Introduces Boeing 787-9 (+Photos)

A big step for the once single-class, single-type, LCC. The facts Westjet’s 787-9 will all be seating up to 320 passengers. 16 Business Class in a 1-2-1 direct-aisle access configuration.

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FlyBMI Ceases All Operations Files for Administration

    FlyBMI Ceases All Operations Files for Administration

LONDON – As the end of February 2019 approaches, yet another European airline disappears into the history books. British regional carrier FLY BMI, the surviving regional independent arm of former

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Lion Air 737-800 Skids Off Runway In Indonesia

    Lion Air 737-800 Skids Off Runway In Indonesia

LONDON – A Lion Air Boeing 737-800NG carrying 182 passengers and seven crew members overshot the runway while landing at Pontianak Airport in Indonesia’s West Kalimantan providance. Flight JT714 had

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This Month in the Airways: A Brand Nui Plane

    This Month in the Airways: A Brand Nui Plane

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 275rd issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: The national carrier of French Polynesia Air Tahiti Nui is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the

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Norwegian Boosts USA-Europe: New Flights To Barcelona, Athens

    Norwegian Boosts USA-Europe: New Flights To Barcelona, Athens

LONDON — New York and Chicago will be getting two all-new seasonal European services to Athens and Barcelona, catered by the low-cost carrier, Norwegian. The airline will begin service from

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Flashback: Flying The Inaugural A380 With Singapore Airlines (2007)

    Flashback: Flying The Inaugural A380 With Singapore Airlines (2007)

Back in October 2007, Airways‘ Chris Sloan was one of the few lucky people to be onboard the first Airbus A380 inaugural flight, SQ380 from Singapore to Sydney. This is

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Drone Causes Delays At Dubai International Airport

    Drone Causes Delays At Dubai International Airport

LONDON – Dubai International Airport (DXB) has confirmed that they have had to delay and suspend flights due to a drone entering its airspace. A spokesman for the airport says

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Airport Staff Strike Halts Belgium Airspace

    Airport Staff Strike Halts Belgium Airspace

MIAMI — Belgian airports canceled a large number of flights on Wednesday as workers were on strike over low pay and poor working conditions. Flightradar24 reported Brussels Airport (BRU) had

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Analysis: Farewell A380 – Airbus Pulls The Plug On The Super Jumbo

    Analysis: Farewell A380 – Airbus Pulls The Plug On The Super Jumbo

MIAMI — The Airbus A380 program has come to a rapid end. The European planemaker has decided to pull the plug on the production of the world’s largest—and most controversial—passenger

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LIVE: British Airways Celebrates Centenary With BOAC Livery (+Photos)

    LIVE: British Airways Celebrates Centenary With BOAC Livery (+Photos)

Reported by Thomas Saunders, with Contributions from James Field HEATHROW – Today sees the launch of British Airways’ centenary year events, which they are calling ‘BA 100’.   This flight

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Emirates Purchases 40 A330neos, 30 A350-900, Reduces A380 Order

    Emirates Purchases 40 A330neos, 30 A350-900, Reduces A380 Order

LONDON –  Just hours after Airbus announced the end of the A380 production in 2021, Emirates announced a new order for 70 new aircraft: 40 A330-900neos and 30 A350-900XWB. The

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London-Heathrow: 27th Consecutive Month Of Passenger Growth

    London-Heathrow: 27th Consecutive Month Of Passenger Growth

LONDON – The UK’s busiest airport, and fourth busiest in the world, has recorded a rise in the number of passengers traveling through its terminals for the 27th consecutive month.

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Manchester Airport Going Strong Ahead Of £1bn Terminal Transformation

    Manchester Airport Going Strong Ahead Of £1bn Terminal Transformation

LONDON – Manchester Airport has recorded a 7% increase in passenger numbers for January 2019 compared to the same period last year, handling 1.78 million passengers. The three destinations highlighted

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Etihad Upgrades Seoul To Daily A380

    Etihad Upgrades Seoul To Daily A380

LONDON – UAE national carrier Etihad had announced today an upgrade to its Abu Dhabi-Seoul Incheon service to its flagship, the Airbus A380 starting on July 1 this year. The

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Six Business Practices You Can Perform From the Airport Lounge

    Six Business Practices You Can Perform From the Airport Lounge

The world of air travel is in part dominated by business travelers; those flying between industrial or economic centers of power on trips to secure deals, supervise work or meet

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Alaska Airlines Joins Big Leagues: Offers Long Haul Flights To Australia

    Alaska Airlines Joins Big Leagues: Offers Long Haul Flights To Australia

MIAMI — Alaska Airlines will begin selling inter-continental tickets through its partnership with Qantas Airways (QF), marking the first time the Seattle-based carrier has ever offered its passengers long haul

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Embraer Delivered 181 Planes In 2018

    Embraer Delivered 181 Planes In 2018

LONDON – Embraer has started the week off with its official deliveries and order numbers for 2018, handing out a total of 181 jets—90 in the commercial wing and 91

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    United Airlines Returns to Paine Field With New Services

United Airlines Returns to Paine Field With New Services

MIAMI — United Airlines (UAL) announced today a new service from Paine Field Airport (PAE) in Everett with six daily flights to their hubs in Denver (DEN) and San Francisco

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    Azul Announces New Routes to the USA with A320neo and A330

Azul Announces New Routes to the USA with A320neo and A330

MIAMI — Azul, the Brazilian low-cost, award-winning airline, announced today a heavy expansion to the United States with two new flights from Belo Horizonte (CNF) to Orlando (MCO), and from Belem (BEL)

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