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Post-PHX Threads and Tidbits: Fleet

    Post-PHX Threads and Tidbits: Fleet

PHOENIX — With the Phoenix International Aviation Symposium wrapped up, we thought we’d return to a handle of tidbits from a network and fleet planning discussion that perhaps didn’t warrant a

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New Gatwick Airport Program Ties Data to Rewards

    New Gatwick Airport Program Ties Data to Rewards

SCOTTSDALE — Data collection is hardly a new thing in the aviation industry. Every time a passenger flies, the airline collect reams of information ranging from gender to birth dates, place

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American Looking to Fill 757 Gap; Eyes A330neo, A321LR

    American Looking to Fill 757 Gap; Eyes A330neo, A321LR

SCOTTSDALE —  American Airlines’ Vice President of Network Planning Charles Schubert said on Thursday that the airline is actively looking to fill a gap soon to be left by aging

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Airbus Still Sees Need For Jumbo Jets

    Airbus Still Sees Need For Jumbo Jets

MIAMI — Airbus continues to maintain a super-sized forecast for its super-sized jumbo jet, the A380, as it presented  its 20-year market outlook at the 2015 Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance conference.

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Embraer Talks Up E2, Market Share at PNAA

    Embraer Talks Up E2, Market Share at PNAA

MIAMI — Embraer says it will continue to extend its market share lead over the next 20 years while plugging its

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Boeing Says No To Resurrected 757

    Boeing Says No To Resurrected 757

MIAMI — Boeing is not currently considering a 757 replacement or re-engine, according to Randy Tinseth, the company’s vice president of

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Aboulafia: Commercial Aviation in Good Shape…For Now

    Aboulafia: Commercial Aviation in Good Shape…For Now

 MIAMI — The commercial aviation industry is in “really good shape,” at least for now, said Richard Aboulafia, vice president of analysis

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Inflight Review: EVA Air Elite Class

    Inflight Review: EVA Air Elite Class

MIAMI — Taiwan-based EVA Air recently invited Airways to try its Elite Class premium economy service. The carrier was one of the first

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Scoot Sees First Boeing 787 Take to the Sky

    Scoot Sees First Boeing 787 Take to the Sky

MIAMI — Singapore-based budget airline Scoot came one step closer to receiving its first Dreamliner on Monday, when its first airplane

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PHOTO SLIDESHOW: A Visit to Boeing’s Everett Aircraft Manufacturing Plant

    PHOTO SLIDESHOW: A Visit to Boeing’s Everett Aircraft Manufacturing Plant

SEATTLE — Airways recently took a little ride over Paine Field, home to Boeing’s Everett aircraft manufacturing facility. Airways was there when

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