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Flying LAN Airlines’ Business Class Boeing 787-8

    Flying LAN Airlines’ Business Class Boeing 787-8

MIAMI — After an initial flight to Punta Cana from Miami in economy class, I upgraded myself to “Premium Business” for the return leg.  This gave me an opportunity to finish the trip

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American Airlines Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Miami Hub

    American Airlines Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Miami Hub

MIAMI — In September 1989, American Airlines made a bold decision to transform its small operation in Miami into a major hub and international gateway. At the time, Eastern Airlines and

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Flashback Friday: Visible Changes at New York JFK from 1991 to 1992

    Flashback Friday: Visible Changes at New York JFK from 1991 to 1992

MIAMI — From 1991 to 1992 New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport changed substantially due to planned construction, the demise of Pan Am, and the geopolitical situation overseas.  Among the visible

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LAN Airlines Inaugurates Boeing 787 Service at Miami International Airport

    LAN Airlines Inaugurates Boeing 787 Service at Miami International Airport

MIAMI — LAN Airlines inaugurated Boeing 787 Dreamliner service at Miami International Airport (MIA) last Saturday.  The aircraft will operate daily nonstop service to Santiago, Chile. This makes LAN the first carrier

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Carriers Avoid Tel Aviv Airport After Reports of Rocket Activity

    Carriers Avoid Tel Aviv Airport After Reports of Rocket Activity

MIAMI — Carriers around the world have been suspending or diverting service to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport on

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InFlight Revew: Royal Jordanian Crown Class

    InFlight Revew: Royal Jordanian Crown Class

MIAMI — The second in our series on the unique Middle Eastern carrier Royal Jordian, join us as we take

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Royal Jordanian Airlines: A Look at the Past and Present

    Royal Jordanian Airlines: A Look at the Past and Present

MIAMI — The “Art of Flying” is currently the advertising motto of the Kingdom of Jordan’s flag carrier, Royal Jordanian

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Delta Becomes Latest U.S. Airline to Significantly Reduce Venezuela Flights

    Delta Becomes Latest U.S. Airline to Significantly Reduce Venezuela Flights

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines will become the the second U.S. airline, after American, to drastically reduce service to Venezuela

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Overview of El Dorado International Airport, Bogota, Colombia

    Overview of El Dorado International Airport, Bogota, Colombia

MIAMI — Bogota’s recently modernized El Dorado International Airport (IATA: BOG / ICAO: SKBO) is the third busiest Airport in

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InFlight Review: US Airways A330 Envoy Class

    InFlight Review: US Airways A330 Envoy Class

MIAMI — Let’s take a hop across the pond with US Airways, in business class! Since 2009, the A330 fleet

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