Joshua Kupietzky

Online Deputy Editor
Airways Online Deputy Editor Joshua Kupietzky has a passion for aviation and deep expertise in the aviation industry. He’s been enamored with the facts and figures of the airline industry and the details of the make and model of commercial aircraft for as long as he can remember. Based in Chicago, US. Follow him on Instagram, @jbkaviation

TAAG Angola Increases Luanda-Lisbon Frequency

Angola flag carrier TAAG Angola Airlines will increase its frequency between Luanda, Angola, and Lisbon, Portugal.

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WestJet Cargo Gets Green Light to Begin Operations

WestJet Cargo has finally received approval from Transport Canada, certifying the airline's Boeing 737-800 converted freighters.

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JetSMART Pulls Out of Ultra Air Deal

JetSMART Airlines (JA) has revealed that it is no longer interested in purchasing Columbia-based Ultra Air (U0).

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EasyJet Takes Flybe Routes at Belfast Airports

Low-cost carrier easyJet will add 140,000 additional seats from Belfast, and Scotland, amid the collapse of Flybe.

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JetBlue Secures Amsterdam Schiphol Slots

New York-based JetBlue Airways has secured slots for summer flights to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.

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Airlines Routes

Frontier Launches Five New Routes from Atlanta

Frontier Airlines has announced five new seasonal nonstops from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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Air India to Reduce Flights to the United States

Air India will temporarily reduce frequency on specific routes to the United States amid crew shortages.

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JetBlue Announces Prepayment Dates for Spirit Deal

New York-based JetBlue Airways has set March 27, 2023, as the date for prepayment to Spirit Airlines stockholders.

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JetBlue Sets Plan for 200 Daily Flights at MCO

JetBlue Airways announced two new nonstop flights from Orlando International Airport.

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Close Calls Lead to FAA Safety Summit

In the wake of multiple close calls involving commercial flights, US aviation leaders met on Wednesday to discuss the incidents.

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