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Op-Ed: Should Passenger Facility Charges Be Increased?

    Op-Ed: Should Passenger Facility Charges Be Increased?

Written by: Felipe A. Rodriguez, MBA, MPA, CM MIAMI – There is a very hot topic in aviation currently, that is whether to increase a particular user fee. In years

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The TWA Hotel at JFK set to open in 2019

    The TWA Hotel at JFK set to open in 2019

MIAMI – If you’ve been to New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) lately, you may have seen that construction and restoration are well underway at the 1962 Eero Saarinen’s

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Analysis: Southwest Airlines Will Begin Hawaii Service in 2018

    Analysis: Southwest Airlines Will Begin Hawaii Service in 2018

ANAHEIM – Southwest Airlines is finally launching service to Hawaii. At an employee event at Universal Studios in Anaheim Wednesday evening, Southwest CEO, Gary Kelly, announced that Southwest would enter the

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French ATC Strike: Delays, Cancellations in Europe

    French ATC Strike: Delays, Cancellations in Europe

MIAMI — On Monday the French Air Traffic Control (ATC) began a strike that’s expected to continue until early hours of Wednesday. The national strike began on Monday at 6 p.m.

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Spain Reinforces Security at Airports in Catalonia

  Spain Reinforces Security at Airports in Catalonia

MIAMI — From this morning, the Spanish government started to reinforce security at airports and rail stations in the region of

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Checking in on AirBerlin, Alitalia, and Ryanair [Podcast #34]

  Checking in on AirBerlin, Alitalia, and Ryanair [Podcast #34]

BOSTON & DALLAS — We start off by wishing Vinay a Happy Birthday, but certainly, a “mediocre birthday” (his words) pales

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Operation Care-Lift: Spirit, Lufthansa Technik Team Up for Puerto Rico Relief Flights: A First Person Account Onboard

  Operation Care-Lift: Spirit, Lufthansa Technik Team Up for Puerto Rico Relief Flights: A First Person Account Onboard

MIAMI — On Tuesday and Friday, because of the generosity of your donations to Operation: Puerto Rico Care-Lift and AirwaysAid 22,000 pounds

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Amadeus Glitch: Chaos in 8 Airports After Check-in Systems Crash

  Amadeus Glitch: Chaos in 8 Airports After Check-in Systems Crash

MIAMI – Amadeus Altea, a passenger process software used by 125 airlines around the world, experienced a “check-in system crash,”

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Updated: The Airways Aid to Puerto Rico – First Flight Is Airborne!

  Updated: The Airways Aid to Puerto Rico – First Flight Is Airborne!

UPDATE: OUR FIRST FLIGHT IS ON ITS WAY TO PUERTO RICO! MIAMI – The Airways Aid is up in the air

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Travel Ban 2.0: North Korea, Chad, and now Venezuela

  Travel Ban 2.0: North Korea, Chad, and now Venezuela

Written by: Maria Corina Roldan and Enrique Perrella MIAMI — Three countries were added to the U.S. travel ban that

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Berlin-Tegel Refuses To Die: Berliners Vote to Keep it Open

  Berlin-Tegel Refuses To Die: Berliners Vote to Keep it Open

MIAMI — The historic, cold-war-era airport located in Central Berlin refuses to die. Today, a referendum that was held in

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Airways Merchandise
    Guess Who’s Back Again [Podcast #33]

Guess Who’s Back Again [Podcast #33]

PARIS – School’s in session, airlines routes are proliferating and Vinay and Rohan are back on U.S. soil after a busy summer filled with work and travel. We’re ready to hit the ground running after an extended hiatus, thanks to our listeners who awaited our return! We start off by examining

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    Swiss Pilot Describes The Pleasures and Challenges of the CSeries

Swiss Pilot Describes The Pleasures and Challenges of the CSeries

QUEBEC — During the 2017 Aero Perspectives conference at Bombardier’s CRJ and C Series manufacturing site, we were treated to a speech from a special guest; Swiss Airlines’ C Series Deputy Chief Pilot, Sven Thaler. Thaler became a captain on the C Series for Swiss in March, and also helped implement

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    We’re All in this Together: Airlines Step Up for the Greater Good

We’re All in this Together: Airlines Step Up for the Greater Good

MIAMI — Just as it tends to, tragedy has once again brought people together, and this time the tragedy was twofold. Hurricane Harvey hit southern Texas on August 25, just about two weeks before Irma first made landfall in Florida. And prior to hitting the continental U.S., Irma slammed into the Caribbean,

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    Miami International Airport Resumes Operations

Miami International Airport Resumes Operations

MIAMI — Today, Miami International Airport announced that passenger and cargo flight operations will resume on a limited basis after the transiting of Irma, a category 4 hurricane. Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport is currently open, as well as Miami Executive Airport. However, the FAA tower is closed due to several damages. Thereby, flights are operating

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