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Hawaiian Airlines Announces First A321neo Routes

    Hawaiian Airlines Announces First A321neo Routes

MIAMI — Hawaiian Airlines has announced the first three routes for its upcoming A321neo. The three routes are Portland (PDX)-Kahului (OGG), Los Angeles (LAX)-Kona (KOA), and Oakland (OAK)-Kaua‘i (LIH).   “The

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Airways ‘Spot & Greet’ — Boston 2017: Flying a DC3 Av-Venture

    Airways ‘Spot & Greet’ — Boston 2017: Flying a DC3 Av-Venture

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Scoot Completes TigerAir Integration; Announces Hawaii Route

    Scoot Completes TigerAir Integration; Announces Hawaii Route

 MIAMI — Singapore based low-cost airline Scoot has completed the integration of the Scoot and TigerAir brands the airline announced Tuesday. The two carriers now operate under a single operating certificate. While the merged airline will keep the

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Best of Airways — Virgin America Doing Things Differently

    Best of Airways — Virgin America Doing Things Differently

By Michael Manning • Airways Magazine, June 2014 Over the past 18 months or so, 13 million airplane seats a year have been removed from US skies by airlines as

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Best of Airways — Long Haul on a Short Plane: An Analysis and Trip Report of British Airways JFK-LCY Service (Pt. I)

    Best of Airways — Long Haul on a Short Plane: An Analysis and Trip Report of British Airways JFK-LCY Service (Pt. I)

By Chris Sloan • Airwaysmag.com Part I MIAMI — From 1977- 2003, British Airways’ (BA) Concorde was the ultimate and most exclusive service on the North Atlantic between New York

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LEVEL Orders Three Additional A330s

    LEVEL Orders Three Additional A330s

MIAMI — LEVEL, the new airline owned by the International Airlines Group (IAG), has converted three options for the A330-200 into a firm order. The airline, based out of Barcelona, began operations in

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El Al Looks To The Future

    El Al Looks To The Future

MIAMI — El Al, Israel’s national carrier, remains the sole major airline globally that only operates six days a week. The airline closes down on Saturdays, the Jewish Sabbath. Most

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Dynamic Airways Files Chapter 11; Begins China Route

  Dynamic Airways Files Chapter 11; Begins China Route

MIAMI — Dynamic Airways has filed for voluntary Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. The company filed the petition with the United States Bankruptcy Court in

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Primera Air To Open New European Bases And Serve Two North American Destinations

  Primera Air To Open New European Bases And Serve Two North American Destinations

MIAMI — Primera Air announced today new transatlantic flights from their three new bases in Europe: Stansted London Airport (STN), Charles de

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FIRST REPORT: Air France Adds Pointe à Pitre Route From Atlanta

  FIRST REPORT: Air France Adds Pointe à Pitre Route From Atlanta

MIAMI — Beginning November 21st, Air France will operate flights between Atlanta (ATL) and Pointe à Pitre in Guadeloupe. Air

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Best of Airways — World’s First Bombardier CSeries CS100 Trip Report

  Best of Airways — World’s First Bombardier CSeries CS100 Trip Report

By Andreas Spaeth • Airwaysmag.com ZURICH — The stakes were high. It doesn’t happen often that a bunch of CEOs

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Air France Attempts to Combat Gulf Airlines With New Airline

  Air France Attempts to Combat Gulf Airlines With New Airline

MIAMI — Air France has announced its intentions to launch a new low-cost carrier named Joon. According to Air France, Joon

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    Hawaiian Airlines Announces First A321neo Routes

Hawaiian Airlines Announces First A321neo Routes

MIAMI — Hawaiian Airlines has announced the first three routes for its upcoming A321neo. The three routes are Portland (PDX)-Kahului (OGG), Los Angeles (LAX)-Kona (KOA), and Oakland (OAK)-Kaua‘i (LIH).   “The

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    Hawaiian Airlines Announces First A321neo Routes

Hawaiian Airlines Announces First A321neo Routes

MIAMI — Hawaiian Airlines has announced the first three routes for its upcoming A321neo. The three routes are Portland (PDX)-Kahului (OGG), Los Angeles (LAX)-Kona (KOA), and Oakland (OAK)-Kaua‘i (LIH).   “The

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    Scoot Completes TigerAir Integration; Announces Hawaii Route

Scoot Completes TigerAir Integration; Announces Hawaii Route

 MIAMI — Singapore based low-cost airline Scoot has completed the integration of the Scoot and TigerAir brands the airline announced Tuesday. The two carriers now operate under a single operating certificate. While the merged airline will keep the

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This Month in the Airways
    This Month in the Airways: Old is New

This Month in the Airways: Old is New

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 258th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: First things first. Happy 4th of July Av-Geek! I hope that you enjoy to the

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    Airways ‘Spot & Greet’ — Boston 2017: Flying a DC3 Av-Venture

Airways ‘Spot & Greet’ — Boston 2017: Flying a DC3 Av-Venture

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