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High Flyer Interview: Robert Fornaro, President and CEO, Spirit Airlines

    High Flyer Interview: Robert Fornaro, President and CEO, Spirit Airlines

MIAMI — Robert Fornaro has more 35 years of experience in the airline business. He began his career as director of future schedule planning for TWA. He also served as

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Malindo Air Named as 737 MAX Launch Operator

    Malindo Air Named as 737 MAX Launch Operator

MIAMI — Malaysian carrier Malindo Air announced that it will be the first customer to operate the Boeing 737 MAX in revenue service. The announcement was made on March 21

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Analysis: The Virgin America Brand Will Disappear in 2019

    Analysis: The Virgin America Brand Will Disappear in 2019

MIAMI – Alaska Airlines’s name and brand will live on, as the combined carrier will adopt Alaska’s name and logo sometime in 2019, according to a press release late Wednesday

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Boeing Sets Date for First 787-10 Flight

    Boeing Sets Date for First 787-10 Flight

MIAMI — Boeing has set a date for taking its first 787-10 on its maiden sortie. The airframer announced Wednesday that it has plans to fly the jetliner on March

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Los Angeles Airport to Start with Relocation of Airlines

    Los Angeles Airport to Start with Relocation of Airlines

MIAMI — One of the largest terminal moves in the history of commercial aviation will take place this May, when one third of the operators serving Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

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Analysis: The Rise, Fall, and Eventual Resurgence of the Middle East’s Airline Giants – Part II

    Analysis: The Rise, Fall, and Eventual Resurgence of the Middle East’s Airline Giants – Part II

MIAMI — The biggest aviation story of the last four decades (basically since deregulation of airlines in the United States) has been the rise of the Middle Eastern airlines giants

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United Airlines Opens New Checkpoint at Newark

    United Airlines Opens New Checkpoint at Newark

MIAMI — United Airlines has opened its automated security checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal C, and it includes Premier Access and TSA Precheck security lanes. According to the

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Ryanair Takes Delivery of its 450th Boeing 737-800

  Ryanair Takes Delivery of its 450th Boeing 737-800

MIAMI — Ryanair has taken delivery of its 450th Boeing 737-800 jetliner. The Irish low-cost carrier has been taking 25 aircraft of

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US Bans Personal Electronic Devices on Non-Stop Flights to US from Mideast and Africa

  US Bans Personal Electronic Devices on Non-Stop Flights to US from Mideast and Africa

MIAMI — The US government has instructed to nine foreign airlines in the Middle East and Africa that personal electronic

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Delta to Begin Seattle to Chicago-O’Hare Service

  Delta to Begin Seattle to Chicago-O’Hare Service

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines will be adding three daily flights to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport (ORD) from Seattle, starting

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Analysis: The Rise, Fall, and Eventual Resurgence of the Middle East’s Airline Giants – Part I

  Analysis: The Rise, Fall, and Eventual Resurgence of the Middle East’s Airline Giants – Part I

MIAMI — The biggest aviation story of the last four decades (basically since deregulation of airlines in the United States)

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Embraer’s Fourth Embraer E190-E2 Joins the Flight Test Program

  Embraer’s Fourth Embraer E190-E2 Joins the Flight Test Program

MIAMI — Last Friday, Embraer’s fourth E190-E2 testbeb (PR-ZGQ • MSN 19020004) joined the flight test program after completing a

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    Hawaiian Airlines Debuts its New Premium Cabins in New York’s JFK Service

Hawaiian Airlines Debuts its New Premium Cabins in New York’s JFK Service

MIAMI — Beginning February 19, Hawaiian Airlines’ new lie-flat seats and Premium Cabins debuted their service from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK), joining Tokyo (Narita), Brisbane and Sydney,

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This Month in the Airways: Sunset for the Hawker Siddeley HS 748

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 254th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: This issue begins with a lecture by Ken Donohue of Xiamen Air, and how the

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    Analysis: The Virgin America Brand Will Disappear in 2019

Analysis: The Virgin America Brand Will Disappear in 2019

MIAMI – Alaska Airlines’s name and brand will live on, as the combined carrier will adopt Alaska’s name and logo sometime in 2019, according to a press release late Wednesday

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