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Done Deal: Indigo Partners LLC Buys Frontier Airlines

    Done Deal: Indigo Partners LLC Buys Frontier Airlines

MIAMI — It is a done deal: Indigo Partners LLC officially completed their purchase of Frontier Airlines Tuesday. The carrier was purchased from Republic Airways Holdings, which had been looking

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Air Canada Announces New Interior, Routes for 1st Boeing 787

    Air Canada Announces New Interior, Routes for 1st Boeing 787

MIAMI — On Wednesday, Air Canada launched a micro site dedicated to detailing their upcoming Boeing 787 service, including an updated interior and initial routes. The 787 will feature a

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Court Approves American’s Exit from Bankruptcy, Clears Way for AA/US Airways Merger

    Court Approves American’s Exit from Bankruptcy, Clears Way for AA/US Airways Merger

MIAMI — Federal bankruptcy Judge Sean Lane today gave American Airlines approval to exit bankruptcy “without delay” on Tuesday. The decision, issued from the bench, sets up the stage for

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Singapore Airlines Retires World’s Longest Flight

    Singapore Airlines Retires World’s Longest Flight

MIAMI — Singapore Airlines quietly retired what had been the world’s longest flight Monday, ending a nine year non-stop daily run between Newark, NJ and Singapore. Aviation enthusiast and frequent

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American Airlines Takes Delivery of First Airbus A321

    American Airlines Takes Delivery of First Airbus A321

MIAMI — American Airlines on Thursday took delivery of their first Airbus A321, the latest aircraft in a broader fleet

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Massive Boeing Dreamlifter Lands at Tiny Kansas Airport

    Massive Boeing Dreamlifter Lands at Tiny Kansas Airport

KANSAS — At approximately 1:15pm local time, the Boeing Dreamlifter, registration N870BA, successfully took off from Jabara Airport in Wichita.

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Updated: Final Delta DC-9 Flight Scheduled for January 6, 2014

    Updated: Final Delta DC-9 Flight Scheduled for January 6, 2014

MIAMI — In 1965, the very first McDonnell Douglas DC-9 was delivered to Delta Air Lines. The aircraft flew its first

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A History of Boeing’s Everett Plant Part Five: A Future in Question

    A History of Boeing’s Everett Plant Part Five: A Future in Question

MIAMI — Welcome to part five of our multi-part epoch on the fascinating history of the Boeing Everett plant. Enjoy

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Make a Deal With American and Upgrade Your Flight

    Make a Deal With American and Upgrade Your Flight

MIAMI — “Want to upgrade to the next higher class?” That is the question asked by American Airlines in a

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United Sets Tone For Increased Profits, Network Optimizations, Passenger Experience

    United Sets Tone For Increased Profits, Network Optimizations, Passenger Experience

MIAMI — At its Investor Day conference in New York City, United Airlines (UA) announced plans to improve their financial

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