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    Airways Podcast [Ep 44]: United Names Scott Kirby CEO, Buys 50 A321XLR; Deep Dive Into TWA Hotel

Airways Podcast [Ep 44]: United Names Scott Kirby CEO, Buys 50 A321XLR; Deep Dive Into TWA Hotel

Welcome Aboard The Airways Podcast! The eight episode of Season 3, and the last official episode of the year, kicks off with Vinay and Enrique welcoming Henry Harteveldt, President of the Atmosphere Research Group to talk about United Airlines and its new CEO, Scott Kirby, who will be replacing Oscar

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    Qantas Selects Airbus Over Boeing for Project Sunrise

Qantas Selects Airbus Over Boeing for Project Sunrise

MIAMI — Qantas Airways has officially selected the Airbus A350-1000 as its vehicle of choice over the Boeing 777X for its ultra-long-haul program, dubbed Project Sunrise. While no firm order has been placed yet, Qantas is currently drafting a contract for 12 A350-1000s expected to enter service with the airline

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    The 737 MAX Crisis Continues: American Airlines Pushes Schedule To April 2020

The 737 MAX Crisis Continues: American Airlines Pushes Schedule To April 2020

MIAMI — American Airlines extended its Boeing 737 MAX cancellations until April 7, 2020. Before the 737 MAX is brought back to service, the airline plans to run trial flights as long as there are no further delays to the plane’s official return into service. With this new setback, the

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    JetBlue Fights Delta, American Airlines In Boston: New Flights To New York, Austin

JetBlue Fights Delta, American Airlines In Boston: New Flights To New York, Austin

MIAMI — JetBlue is taking Delta’s assault on its Boston hub very seriously. The carrier has just announced 10 daily flights to New York-LaGuardia (LGA) and a considerably stronger network to other key destinations. According to JetBlue, the increased flights to LGA will complement the carrier’s current link to New

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airBaltic Boosts Its Network With 13 New Routes

    airBaltic Boosts Its Network With 13 New Routes

MIAMI – Latvian airline, airBaltic, has announced a further expansion to its ever-growing destination network with four new routes from its Baltic hubs in Tallinn, Vilnius, and Riga. The airline

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American Airlines Fights Back In Austin: New Flights To Boston, San Jose

    American Airlines Fights Back In Austin: New Flights To Boston, San Jose

MIAMI — American Airlines has announced two new routes from Austin, Texas. The carrier, which has historically been the biggest legacy carrier to operate out of this airport, will add

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Cabo Verde Airlines Launches Nonstop Flights To Washington

    Cabo Verde Airlines Launches Nonstop Flights To Washington

MIAMI – Cape Verde’s flag carrier, Cabo Verde Airlines, initiated its new service to Washington-Dulles International Airport (IAD), the airline’s second destination in the United States alongside Boston. Flight VR692

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Indianapolis Airport Welcomes Second Alaska Airlines Flight To Seattle

    Indianapolis Airport Welcomes Second Alaska Airlines Flight To Seattle

MIAMI — After entering the Indianapolis market two years ago, Alaska Airlines has announced a second flight to Seattle. The new flight is said to be seasonal, commencing on May

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Air Italy Signs Codesharing Agreement With Oman Air

    Air Italy Signs Codesharing Agreement With Oman Air

MIAMI – Air Italy and Oman Air have signed a codesharing arrangement to offer customers enhanced connectivity between the Sultanate of Oman and seven major destinations in Italy. This deal

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SKY Airline Purchases 10 Airbus A321XLR

    SKY Airline Purchases 10 Airbus A321XLR

MIAMI — Chile’s second-largest low-cost carrier has signed a purchase agreement with Airbus for 10 A321XLR aircraft, which will join its current fleet of 23 aircraft, comprised of 14 A320neos

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Airbus Scores Strong November: Orders, Deliveries Remain Solid

    Airbus Scores Strong November: Orders, Deliveries Remain Solid

MIAMI — The sales momentum for Airbus has remained strong in November, logging 222 commercial aircraft orders and delivering 77 aircraft. The 77 planes that were handed out to customers

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United Celebrates 60 Years At Miami International Airport

    United Celebrates 60 Years At Miami International Airport

MIAMI — United Airlines celebrated its 60th anniversary of operations at Miami International Airport (MIA). The airline launched flights to South Florida’s main gateway in 1959. The airline’s tenure at

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United CEO Oscar Munoz To Step Down, Scott Kirby To Take Over

    United CEO Oscar Munoz To Step Down, Scott Kirby To Take Over

LONDON – In what has been an expected move to take place by Wall Street, United Airlines’ CEO Oscar Munoz has taken the decision to step down from the airline.

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United Orders 50 Airbus A321XLR, Defers A350

    United Orders 50 Airbus A321XLR, Defers A350

MIAMI – United Airlines has signed an order for 50 Airbus A321XLR aircraft. The announcement represents United’s first Airbus single-aisle purchase since 1993 when it placed an order for A318

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Air France/KLM Group Orders 10 More Airbus A350-900s

    Air France/KLM Group Orders 10 More Airbus A350-900s

MIAMI — The Air France/KLM group has topped up its A350 order by adding 10 more Airbus A350-900s, bringing the total backlog to 38 aircraft. With three planes already delivered,

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Aeroflot Rated Most Punctual Global Airline In The World

    Aeroflot Rated Most Punctual Global Airline In The World

MIAMI — After a month of travel in which 92.1% of its flights took off on time, the Russian airline Aeroflot retains the title of the most punctual global airline

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Qatar Airways Cargo Announces Huge South American Expansion

    Qatar Airways Cargo Announces Huge South American Expansion

LONDON – December 1 saw Qatar Airways Cargo release a major announcement of adding four new scheduled cargo destinations in South America that are all due to begin on January

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Condor Goes Back To Its Roots: The Old Logo Returns

    Condor Goes Back To Its Roots: The Old Logo Returns

MIAMI – The German leisure carrier, Condor, has brought back its iconic logo following the airline’s separation from the bankrupt Thomas Cook Airlines. The iconic Condor logo was unveiled to

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Norwegian Air Scores Six London Heathrow Slots

    Norwegian Air Scores Six London Heathrow Slots

MIAMI – The London-Heathrow Airport (LHR) Summer 2020 (S20) Initial Coordination Report shows that Norwegian Air Shuttle is the newest airline to join the airport’s roster with newly allocated slots.

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Air Corsica Takes Delivery Of Its First Airbus A320neo

    Air Corsica Takes Delivery Of Its First Airbus A320neo

MIAMI – French carrier Air Corsica, based out of Ajaccio, has taken delivery of its first of only two Airbus A320neo aircraft. With this delivery, Air Corsica becomes the first

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Airbus Celebrates The Delivery Of The 100th A220

    Airbus Celebrates The Delivery Of The 100th A220

MIAMI — Airbus celebrated the 100th A220 family aircraft delivery during a ceremony that was held at the A220’s program headquarters in Mirabel, Canada. The aircraft in question is an Airbus

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Dubai International Airport: Four Simple Ideas For A Smoother Journey

    Dubai International Airport: Four Simple Ideas For A Smoother Journey

With the United Arab Emirates and the Middle East attracting a huge amount of interest in both a tourism and business sense in the past couple of decades, Dubai International

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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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