MIAMI — One of the largest terminal moves in the history of commercial aviation will take place this May, when one third of the operators serving Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
- High Flyer Interview: Robert Fornaro, President and CEO, Spirit Airlines MIAMI — Robert Fornaro has more 35 years of experience in the airline business. He began his career as director of future schedule planning for TWA. He also served as...
- Malindo Air Named as 737 MAX Launch Operator MIAMI — Malaysian carrier Malindo Air announced that it will be the first customer to operate the Boeing 737 MAX in revenue service. The announcement was made on March 21...
- Analysis: The Virgin America Brand Will Disappear in 2019 MIAMI – Alaska Airlines’s name and brand will live on, as the combined carrier will adopt Alaska’s name and logo sometime in 2019, according to a press release late Wednesday...
- Boeing Sets Date for First 787-10 Flight MIAMI — Boeing has set a date for taking its first 787-10 on its maiden sortie. The airframer announced Wednesday that it has plans to fly the jetliner on March...
MIAMI — United Airlines has opened its automated security checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal C, and it includes Premier Access and TSA Precheck security lanes. According to the
MIAMI — Munich Airport was honored yesterday as the Best Airport in Europe and the World’s number one terminal for its Terminal 2 at the 2017 World Airports Awards, announced
MIAMI — Alaska Airlines is continuing with its aggressive expansion in the US West Coast, with new destinations from San
MIAMI — On Monday, Silver Airways and Frontier Airlines announced that they plan to cancel their routes to Cuba, citing
MIAMI — Vinay and Rohan head west to discuss airport changes in Europe, Latin America and North America. In Europe,
MIAMI — Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) officers have unveiled renderings of a new concourse whose construction was kicked off at
WASHINGTON – US President Donald Trump met with the CEOs of three of America’s four largest airlines at the white
MIAMI — Dubai has retained its title as the busiest international airport in the world, after reaching the 83.6 million passenger mark in 2016, according to the annual traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports. However, the figures fall short of an estimate of 85 million passengers, which authorities expected
MIAMI — Miami International Airport has served nearly 44.6 million travelers in 2016, an increase of 234,000 over 2015 that also secured the airport’s seventh-consecutive year of passenger growth, according to final audited statistics from the Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD). Domestic passengers rose by 0.26 percent to 23.2 million, while
MIAMI — The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has formally instituted a Slot Assignment Proceeding, in order to allocate slots at New York JFK and Mexico City airports, which Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico agreed to relinquish as part of the antitrust immunity conditions set forth for their joint venture.