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U.S. DOT Awards New Tokyo-Haneda Route Slots For American Carriers

    U.S. DOT Awards New Tokyo-Haneda Route Slots For American Carriers

MIAMI — After months of deliberation, the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) has released a shortlist of tentative routes for US carriers operating to Tokyo-Haneda airport (HND).  The announcement

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American Airlines Boosts Mexico, Caribbean, Domestic Network Despite 737 MAX Grounding

    American Airlines Boosts Mexico, Caribbean, Domestic Network Despite 737 MAX Grounding

MIAMI — American Airlines announced the opening of several new routes to warm weather destinations in the Caribbean, Latin America, and a number of Mexican cities. The airline is also

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Miami Air Boeing 737 Crash Lands Near Jacksonville

    Miami Air Boeing 737 Crash Lands Near Jacksonville

MIAMI — At around 21:40 EST, a Miami Air International charter flight originating from Guantanamo Bay’s Leeward Point Field (NBW) crashed landed into a river near Jacksonville, Florida. The flight

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American Airlines Boosts Middle East Connectivity In Abu Dhabi, Amman

    American Airlines Boosts Middle East Connectivity In Abu Dhabi, Amman

MIAMI — After a number of policy changes, American Airlines (AA) has expanded its selections for its frequent flyer program (AAdvantage) members connecting through the Middle East. Due to an

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Boeing Hangs On: Q1 Earnings Show Promise

    Boeing Hangs On: Q1 Earnings Show Promise

MIAMI — Boeing released its first-quarter earnings for 2019 earlier this week, bringing a pleasant surprise to most Boeing advocates.

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‘Skewed and Inaccurate’: Boeing Strikes Back At New York Times for 787 Report

    ‘Skewed and Inaccurate’: Boeing Strikes Back At New York Times for 787 Report

MIAMI — Earlier this week, Boeing released a statement to its employees in response to a New York Times article

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United Reports Positive 1Q2019 Despite 737 MAX Grounding

    United Reports Positive 1Q2019 Despite 737 MAX Grounding

MIAMI – United Airlines (UA) released its first-quarter earnings for 2019, signaling stable financial performance and sizable profits. The airline

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Cathay Pacific Transports Three Million Passengers in March

    Cathay Pacific Transports Three Million Passengers in March

MIAMI – Cathay Pacific and its subsidiary, Cathay Dragon, had transported 3.11 million passengers in March, up 2.5 percent from

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