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Delta and Aeromexico To Launch New Routes To Mexico

    Delta and Aeromexico To Launch New Routes To Mexico

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines and Grupo Aeroméxico are creating more options and expanded service for travelers flying between the U.S. and Mexico. This fall, subject to government approval, the airlines

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Icelandair Opens ‘Saga Lounge’ And Reveals New Special Scheme Aircraft

    Icelandair Opens ‘Saga Lounge’ And Reveals New Special Scheme Aircraft

MIAMI – On May 12th, Icelandair opened its new Saga Lounge at Keflavík International Airport (KEF). The new 1,4530 ft2 lounge located at the top floor, between gates A and C, has

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Brussels Airlines To Renew Its Long-Haul Fleet

    Brussels Airlines To Renew Its Long-Haul Fleet

MIAMI – Brussels Airlines will acquire seven Airbus A330-300 ‘CEO’ aircraft to replace seven older A330-200 and A330-300 aircraft that are ending their leasing period. This is expected to take

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First Delta A350XWB Takes Flight

    First Delta A350XWB Takes Flight

ATLANTA — The first Airbus A350XWB destined for Delta Air Lines completed its first flight this morning in Toulouse, France. The aircraft (MSN 115), registered under French test registration F-WZGP, will

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Airbus Corporate Jets launches ACJ330neo

    Airbus Corporate Jets launches ACJ330neo

MIAMI – Airbus Corporate Jets has launched a private jet version of its new A330neo called the ACJ330neo, with a capacity of 25 passengers flying through 9,400 nm/17,400 km or

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Bev Goulet To Retire From American Airlines

    Bev Goulet To Retire From American Airlines

MIAMI — American Airlines announced that Bev Goulet, Executive Vice President, and Chief Integration Officer, will retire in June after 24 years with the company. “Everyone at American Airlines has been

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This Month in the Airways: A Mint on the Blue

    This Month in the Airways: A Mint on the Blue

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 257th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Let’s begin this issue with our Airways Feature. Our Publisher and Editor-in-chief, Enrique Perrella, takes a look

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JetBlue Unveils ‘Blue Finest’ Special Livery

  JetBlue Unveils ‘Blue Finest’ Special Livery

NEW YORK — JetBlue’s latest special livery — Blue Finest — was unveiled Monday during a ceremony in the pouring rain

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EXCLUSIVE TRIP REPORT: Onboard the Inaugural 737 MAX Commercial Flight

  EXCLUSIVE TRIP REPORT: Onboard the Inaugural 737 MAX Commercial Flight

KUALA LUMPUR – May 18th, 2017 was a joyous occasion for Malindo Air, as it welcomed the world’s first Boeing

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Flying Fish: Onboard Alaska Airlines First 737 Combi Copper River Salmon Flight of The Season

  Flying Fish: Onboard Alaska Airlines First 737 Combi Copper River Salmon Flight of The Season

SEATTLE — Eight years ago, while on a flight from Cordova to Anchorage, my friendly seatmate asked me whether I

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Southwest Airlines To Offer New International Flights

  Southwest Airlines To Offer New International Flights

MIAMI — Southwest Airlines published an extension of its flight schedule through January 7, 2018, bringing new service on Saturdays to Cancun

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Qatar Airways to Serve Brazil And Chile in 2018

  Qatar Airways to Serve Brazil And Chile in 2018

MIAMI — Rio’s Galeão Airport has confirmed that Qatar Airways will start serving Rio de Janeiro and Santiago de Chile, starting next year.

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    Delta and Aeromexico To Launch New Routes To Mexico

Delta and Aeromexico To Launch New Routes To Mexico

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines and Grupo Aeroméxico are creating more options and expanded service for travelers flying between the U.S. and Mexico. This fall, subject to government approval, the airlines

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    Airbus Corporate Jets launches ACJ330neo

Airbus Corporate Jets launches ACJ330neo

MIAMI – Airbus Corporate Jets has launched a private jet version of its new A330neo called the ACJ330neo, with a capacity of 25 passengers flying through 9,400 nm/17,400 km or

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    Ni Hao! Flying China Eastern’s Superb First Class from New York to Shanghai

Ni Hao! Flying China Eastern’s Superb First Class from New York to Shanghai

For the average Western traveler, China is a very challenging country to visit. My first and previous experience in this country—exactly one year ago—wasn’t positive. I had the opportunity to

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    Airport Traffic Results in 2016 – Part I [Deep Dive #9]

Airport Traffic Results in 2016 – Part I [Deep Dive #9]

Vinay and Rohan invite you to join them a special two-part series featuring airport traffic changes from around the world. This week, we hit up Oceania, Asian, African and Middle

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This Month in the Airways
    This Month in the Airways: A Mint on the Blue

This Month in the Airways: A Mint on the Blue

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 257th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Let’s begin this issue with our Airways Feature. Our Publisher and Editor-in-chief, Enrique Perrella, takes a look

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    This Month in the Airways: A Mint on the Blue

This Month in the Airways: A Mint on the Blue

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 257th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Let’s begin this issue with our Airways Feature. Our Publisher and Editor-in-chief, Enrique Perrella, takes a look

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