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British Airways Unveils Plans For JFK Terminal 7

    British Airways Unveils Plans For JFK Terminal 7

MIAMI – British Airways unveiled today details of its re-design for New York JFK Terminal 7 (T7). Unusual but not a coincidence that this was reported on the same day Alaska

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Alaska Airlines and Virgin America To Relocate To Terminal 7 At JFK

    Alaska Airlines and Virgin America To Relocate To Terminal 7 At JFK

MIAMI – Alaska Airlines and Virgin America announce today their plans to move into Terminal 7 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). The move, which will be

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Analysis: Spirit Airlines Pulls Out of Cuba

    Analysis: Spirit Airlines Pulls Out of Cuba

MIAMI – Spirit Airlines is pulling out of the Cuban market, as it will drop its twice daily flights between Fort Lauderdale and Havana on June 1, 2017. The decision comes

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United’s Leggings, Delta’s Got S(e)oul, and Frontier’s IPO [Podcast #27]

  United’s Leggings, Delta’s Got S(e)oul, and Frontier’s IPO [Podcast #27]

MIAMI — It’s time to put the issue du jour to rest with a brief discussion of the #LeggingsGate situation

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Boeing’s First 737 MAX 9 Takes to the Skies

  Boeing’s First 737 MAX 9 Takes to the Skies

SEATTLE – The Boeing 737 MAX 9 took to the skies in Seattle at 10:52 am local (1:52 pm EST), marking

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MIA Ranked Among Top 10 Best-Run Airports In America

  MIA Ranked Among Top 10 Best-Run Airports In America

MIAMI – Miami International Airport ranked as the seventh best-run airport in America out of 89 included in a first-ever study

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LAX Modernization Work: What Passengers Need To Know

  LAX Modernization Work: What Passengers Need To Know

MIAMI — The modernization work will proceed on April for Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). All the passengers using the airport need

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Electronics Ban, IAG Levels Up, and Cathay Pacific’s Woes [Podcast #26]

  Electronics Ban, IAG Levels Up, and Cathay Pacific’s Woes [Podcast #26]

MIAMI — Vinay and Rohan kick off this week’s episode by discussing the electronics ban on flights from certain Middle

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    Episode 25 – The Rise of the Middle Eastern Airline Giants [Podcast #25]

Episode 25 – The Rise of the Middle Eastern Airline Giants [Podcast #25]

MIAMI — As a companion to Vinay’s two-part series featured on www.airwaysmag.com, “The Rise, Fall and Eventual Resurgence of the Middle East’s Airline Giants,” Rohan and Vinay discuss all things Gulf-Aviation in a unique special on the MEB3 and Turkish Airlines. They kick things off by talking about the “rise”

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    #LeggingsGate Chat with Heather Poole

#LeggingsGate Chat with Heather Poole

MIAMI – United Airlines seemingly broke the internet yesterday when it denied boarding two female teenagers who were flying on a United employee travel pass from Denver to Minneapolis. Jon Ostrower and Jill Disis with CNN Money succinctly summarize the details: Two groups were traveling separately on the Minneapolis to

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    Bombardier’s CSeries Completes London City Tests and Non-Stop Transatlantic Flight

Bombardier’s CSeries Completes London City Tests and Non-Stop Transatlantic Flight

MIAMI — The Bombardier CSeries nears its approval for operations at London City Airport (LCY), after completing a series of demonstration flights during the last week. According to a statement, the Canadian airframer completed a series of eight flights, intended to demonstrate the capabilities of the CS100 for operations to

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