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Turkish on upward trajectory

    Turkish on upward trajectory

LONDON — Fifteen years ago, Turkish Airlines was one of those carriers that you didn’t fly unless you really had no other option. Elderly aircraft, indifferent customer service and a

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With the new Hong Kong route, American will be the leading transpacific carrier from LAX airport

    With the new Hong Kong route, American will be the leading transpacific carrier from LAX airport

MIAMI — The strategic implications of American’s recently announced Los Angeles – Hong Kong route will not be overlooked by its two largest competitors at LAX: Delta and United. The

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The Battle for Los Angeles – Part II

    The Battle for Los Angeles – Part II

MIAMI — The head-to-head battles in the Los Angeles (LAX) marketplace are heating up in 2016. In order to get a sense of how the constant growth from carriers such as

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The Battle for Los Angeles – Part I

    The Battle for Los Angeles – Part I

MIAMI — Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has seized the mantle from Denver International Airport (DEN) as the site of the hottest competition between legacy and network carriers in the United

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IAG and Air France – KLM : World’s Apart

    IAG and Air France – KLM : World’s Apart

LONDON — International Airlines Group (IAG), comprising British Airways (BA), Iberia, Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling – and, from the middle

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Will Alaska Airlines Build a California Hub?

    Will Alaska Airlines Build a California Hub?

MIAMI — Last week, we reported that Alaska Airlines would be adding nonstop service to two new destinations from San

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Gogo Goes for New Heights and Speed

    Gogo Goes for New Heights and Speed

MIAMI — Last Thursday in Gary, Indiana, Gogo took the wrapping off its newest in-flight connectivity solution, 2Ku. So called because of

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A Tour of the World’s Largest Airline Owned Museum: The TAM Museum

    A Tour of the World’s Largest Airline Owned Museum: The TAM Museum

MIAMI — Nestled in between the bustling Brazilian metropolitan centers of São Paulo and Ribeirão Preto lies the small city

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Vietnam Airlines Takes Delivery of its First Airbus A350 XWB

    Vietnam Airlines Takes Delivery of its First Airbus A350 XWB

MIAMI — Following a special ceremony held in Airbus premises in Toulouse today, Vietnam Airlines has taken delivery of the first A350-900

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At New York Islip, a Rotating Cast of Carriers Keeps Hope Alive (Part Two)

    At New York Islip, a Rotating Cast of Carriers Keeps Hope Alive (Part Two)

MIAMI— The first hope for a revival at MacArthur arrived in March 2012 when US Airways Express, the airport’s only

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