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Austrian Airlines Completes Turnaround

    Austrian Airlines Completes Turnaround

LONDON – Austrian Airlines sent a briefing out to the press with its set strategic plans for 2019. The carrier has managed to complete a successful turnaround program, which featured

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LOT Polish Grows: Launches 787 Flights To India

    LOT Polish Grows: Launches 787 Flights To India

LONDON – LOT Polish Airlines will launch a new non-stop service between Warsaw and New Delhi, starting on September 17, 2019. As with all of LOT’s long-haul services, the new

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Embraer Warns Little Or No Profit For 2019

    Embraer Warns Little Or No Profit For 2019

LONDON – Brazilian manufacturer Embraer released its preliminary forecast of sales and deliveries for 2019, showing a complete breakdown of estimaded revenue and delivery numbers for each of their divisions. The

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Video: Changing Tires On A Boeing 777-300ER In One Minute

    Video: Changing Tires On A Boeing 777-300ER In One Minute

MIAMI — Have you ever wondered how often an airplane gets its tires changed? How about the weight, pressure, or even the size of these tires? These rubbers need to

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WestJet Takes Delivery Of First Boeing 787 Dreamliner

    WestJet Takes Delivery Of First Boeing 787 Dreamliner

LONDON – Canadian low-cost carrier, WestJet, has taken delivery of its first of Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. The airline plans to welcome nine additional planes, as part of its ongoing plans

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Scoop: Alitalia To Cancel A321neo Order

    Scoop: Alitalia To Cancel A321neo Order

MIAMI — Last month, Airways reported that Alitalia was ready to take delivery of three Airbus A321neos while it continues to operate under exclusive administration. As the carrier continues to

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American Airlines Begins Partnership With China Southern

    American Airlines Begins Partnership With China Southern

MIAMI — American Airlines and China Southern have begun their extended partnership today, which will see both carriers codesharing on additional routes beyond key gateways in China and the United

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Solving The Nightmare Of Crew Scheduling

    Solving The Nightmare Of Crew Scheduling

By Alex Osleger Last summer, a technical problem with a crew scheduling and tracking system for one of American Airlines Group’s subsidiaries – Dayton, Ohio-headquartered PSA Airlines – led to

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Aer Lingus Reveals New Livery: Mixed Reactions (+Video)

    Aer Lingus Reveals New Livery: Mixed Reactions (+Video)

LONDON — Ireland’s flag carrier, Aer Lingus, unveiled its new livery and corporate image at an event in Dublin, revealing a predominantly white scheme, getting rid of the green fuselage.

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Airport Profile: Koh Samui, Thailand (+Photos)

    Airport Profile: Koh Samui, Thailand (+Photos)

by Karol Cieśluk  Samui International Airport  (IATA: USM, ICAO: VTSM), also known as Koh Samui Airport is located on the island of Koh Samui at the eastern Gulf of Thailand

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A380 in Amman: Emirates Upgrades For The Summer

    A380 in Amman: Emirates Upgrades For The Summer

LONDON – Emirates has announced that the Airbus A380 will be making more of a permanent presence into Amman, Jordan. This comes following the historic one-off flight operated by the

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Norwegian Axes 5 Bases As Part Of Cost Cutting Program

    Norwegian Axes 5 Bases As Part Of Cost Cutting Program

MIAMI — Low-Cost Carrier Norwegian has announced it will be axing a number of routes in Europe, North America, and the Middle East from its network, including the closure of

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Photo Tour: United’s Stunning New Polaris Lounge at LAX

    Photo Tour: United’s Stunning New Polaris Lounge at LAX

LOS ANGELES — A new star is born at Los Angeles International (LAX). United Airlines recently completed a $573 million renovation of Terminal 7 and it shows an efficient ticketing

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Airbus Breaks Ground: New A220 FAL in Mobile (+Photos)

    Airbus Breaks Ground: New A220 FAL in Mobile (+Photos)

Reported by Chris Sloan in Mobile and James Field in London, This week, as part of the Airbus in America tour, has seen top executives break ground on U.S. a based final

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New Murcia Airport Opens Its Doors, Ryanair Takes The First Flight

    New Murcia Airport Opens Its Doors, Ryanair Takes The First Flight

MIAMI — Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost carrier, became the first airline to land at the new Región de Murcia International Airport, which was officially opened by his Majesty King Felipe

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Op-Ed – One Decade Ago: The Miracle on the Hudson

    Op-Ed – One Decade Ago: The Miracle on the Hudson

LONDON – Today marks the 10 year anniversary of one the of the greatest—and saddest—moments in aviation history. It was the day when two pilots did something that many, to

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Bastian: Government Shutdown Will Delay Delta’s A220 Launch

    Bastian: Government Shutdown Will Delay Delta’s A220 Launch

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines CEO, Ed Bastian, said today that the launch of the Airbus A220 will likely be delayed because of the current Government Shutdown. The airline’s Chief

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China Southern Plans Dual Hub Operation: Guangzhou, Beijing-Daxing

    China Southern Plans Dual Hub Operation: Guangzhou, Beijing-Daxing

LONDON – China Southern has announced plans for a dual-hub strategy after a strong 2018. The plan would see the carrier’s Guangzhou hub dual up with a new one in Beijing-Daxing Airport

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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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