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Delta To Enable Helicopter Transfers at JFK with BLADE

    Delta To Enable Helicopter Transfers at JFK with BLADE

MIAMI – Delta Air Lines will enable airport transfers for customers through a partnership with BLADE, a digitally powered aviation company that arranges on-demand helicopter service between its Manhattan heliport

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COMAC C919 Gets Ready for Its First Flight

    COMAC C919 Gets Ready for Its First Flight

MEXICO CITY – The Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) has successfully completed the high-speed taxiing tests of the first and only prototype of its new aircraft, the C919, and

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Embraer and American Airlines Sign A Contract For Four E175s

    Embraer and American Airlines Sign A Contract For Four E175s

MIAMI – Embraer and American Airlines Group (AAG) have signed a firm order for four E175 jets. The contract, in addition to the original order placed by the airline in 2013,

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Delta Air Lines: The Glory Lost and Found (Part I)

    Delta Air Lines: The Glory Lost and Found (Part I)

By Seth Kaplan / Airline Weekly  To mark the 10th anniversary of Delta’s exit from bankruptcy on April 30, 2007, Airways, together with Airline Weekly present the first of two excerpts

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This Month in the Airways: The Embraer E2 Soars High

    This Month in the Airways: The Embraer E2 Soars High

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 256th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Let’s start this issue with a very unusual but av-nificent collaboration. Our Publisher and Editor-in-chief, Enrique

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Spirit Airlines To Launch Service From Connecticut To Three Destinations

    Spirit Airlines To Launch Service From Connecticut To Three Destinations

MIAMI – Spirit Airlines announced today their new services from Connecticut and Western Massachusetts, with nonstop flights from Hartford’s Bradley International Airport (BDL) to the Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR),

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Transport Canada and EASA Award Steep Approach Certifications to Bombardier CS100 Aircraft

    Transport Canada and EASA Award Steep Approach Certifications to Bombardier CS100 Aircraft

MIAMI – Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced yesterday that Transport Canada and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) awarded the CS100 aircraft its steep approach certifications. The CS100 aircraft’s capability to operate

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Prior Aviation Facility Objectives Just Won’t Fly Anymore

  Prior Aviation Facility Objectives Just Won’t Fly Anymore

“An aircraft maintenance facility can no longer be thought of as just providing a covered working space, but is part

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China Southern Airlines Orders 20 Airbus A350 XWBs

  China Southern Airlines Orders 20 Airbus A350 XWBs

MIAMI – China Southern Airlines has signed a purchase agreement with Airbus for 20 A350-900s. The airline operates one of

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United Airlines To Announce Changes In Customer Experience

  United Airlines To Announce Changes In Customer Experience

MIAMI – United Airlines (UAL) announced today 10 substantial changes to how it flies, serves and respects its customers. The changes

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Delta’s Operational Meltdown and Ryanair 2.0 [Podcast #28]

  Delta’s Operational Meltdown and Ryanair 2.0 [Podcast #28]

MIAMI — Rohan, and Vinay kick off the show discussing the abysmal April for U.S. carriers beginning with Delta’s 4-day

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Etihad Aviation Group To Announce New Airline Partners CEO Robin Kamark

  Etihad Aviation Group To Announce New Airline Partners CEO Robin Kamark

MIAMI – Etihad Aviation Group named yesterday Robin Kamark as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Airline Equity Partners. Kamark will be

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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
    This Month in the Airways: The Embraer E2 Soars High

This Month in the Airways: The Embraer E2 Soars High

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 256th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Let’s start this issue with a very unusual but av-nificent collaboration. Our Publisher and Editor-in-chief, Enrique

0 comment Read Full Article
    This Month in the Airways: The Embraer E2 Soars High

This Month in the Airways: The Embraer E2 Soars High

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 256th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Let’s start this issue with a very unusual but av-nificent collaboration. Our Publisher and Editor-in-chief, Enrique

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