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

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

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Best of Airways — Becoming The “Old Man” in The Left Seat

    Best of Airways — Becoming The “Old Man” in The Left Seat

By James Albright • Airways Magazine, August 2014 Captain. Or, more properly: “Pilot in Command.” Also, there is “Aircraft Commander,” “Left-Seater,” “Crew Boss,” and in some of my Air Force

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Latin American Wings (LAW) to Launch Santiago-Caracas-Miami Flights

    Latin American Wings (LAW) to Launch Santiago-Caracas-Miami Flights

MIAMI – Chilean carrier Latin American Wings (LAW) reached an agreement with Icelandair to incorporate at least one Boeing 757 aircraft to launch services to the United States and the

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Booze, Brawls and Boarding Cards

    Booze, Brawls and Boarding Cards

MIAMI — What makes someone get drunk and act up on an airliner? In some cases, of course, it’s a fear of flying; most of us will at some point

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First Korean Air Bombardier CSeries Painted

    First Korean Air Bombardier CSeries Painted

MIAMI — The first Bombardier CS300 bound for Korean Air has been painted. Bombardier posted a video of the new aircraft on its official YouTube channel. Inside Bombardier CSeries’ Final

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Best of Airways — Texas International Airlines

    Best of Airways — Texas International Airlines

By Jack Harty • Airways Magazine, August 2014 Early Years The story of the guppy and the whale begins in 1944 when Texas International Airlines was founded in Houston as

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JetBlue Adds Three Routes From Atlanta

    JetBlue Adds Three Routes From Atlanta

MIAMI — JetBlue Airways will soon add three new routes from Atlanta. The new routes will be to Fort Lauderdale, New York-JFK, and Orlando. JetBlue already serves Boston from Atlanta

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Cathay Pacific Posts First Back-to-Back Loss in 70 years

  Cathay Pacific Posts First Back-to-Back Loss in 70 years

MIAMI — For the first time in Cathay Pacific’s history, an interim loss was posted for the second time in

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How TAP Portugal Honors its Past and Looks to the Future From Onboard Their Retrojet

  How TAP Portugal Honors its Past and Looks to the Future From Onboard Their Retrojet

TAP Portugal is currently experiencing a resurgence.  After the completion of privatization efforts in 2015, the airline is now 45%

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Norwegian Air Threatens South American Aviation With New Argentinian Airline

  Norwegian Air Threatens South American Aviation With New Argentinian Airline

—Written by Maria Corina Roldan and Enrique Perrella— MIAMI – The world’s fastest growing Low-Cost Carrier (LCC) has set its

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American Airlines Bets Big on Philadelphia While Making Cuts to JFK

  American Airlines Bets Big on Philadelphia While Making Cuts to JFK

MIAMI — American Airlines will soon add several transatlantic routes from its Philadelphia hub while making large cuts to its international

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First Airbus A320 Assembled In The USA Takes To The Sky

  First Airbus A320 Assembled In The USA Takes To The Sky

MIAMI — The first Airbus A320 built in the United States has completed its first flight. The aircraft, N650NK (MSN:

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    Latin American Wings (LAW) to Launch Santiago-Caracas-Miami Flights

Latin American Wings (LAW) to Launch Santiago-Caracas-Miami Flights

MIAMI – Chilean carrier Latin American Wings (LAW) reached an agreement with Icelandair to incorporate at least one Boeing 757 aircraft to launch services to the United States and the

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    JetBlue To Pay Higher Fines At Long Beach Past Curfew

JetBlue To Pay Higher Fines At Long Beach Past Curfew

MIAMI — Last Wednesday, Long Beach’s Prosecutor, Doug Haubert, announced that a process to amend the city’s noise ordinance will finally take place, punishing all airlines arriving after the airport’s

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In Case You Missed It
    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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This Month in the Airways
    This Month in the Airways: Jumpseating On A Piece of History

This Month in the Airways: Jumpseating On A Piece of History

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 259th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Bouncing back from turbulent times with new inflight products and services, let’s fly with Matteo Legnani

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

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

NOTE: Once you submit your reservation, an Airways Team member will get in touch with you to finalize arrangements. Please, make sure you include your telephone number and email address.

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