June 28, 2022
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Airlines Routes

Qantas Lands in Rome, Gets Closer to Project Sunrise

The Qantas (QF) Perth-Rome route is the first, and so far, only nonstop flight between Australia and continental Europe.

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Airlines Industry

Norwegian Air to Order 50 Boeing 737 MAXs

The new MAX aircraft will be crucial in Norwegian Air's (DY) ambitious plans to reduce carbon emissions by 45% by.

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Airlines Airports Safety Technology

American Airlines Debuts TSA PreCheck System at DFW

The airline says that it will install similar facial recognition technology at kiosks, bag checks, and domestic boarding gates.

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Airports

ACI Reallocates Aeroflot Slots at London Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow Airport's (LHR) slot coordinator, ACL, has reallocated slots belonging to Aeroflot (SU) to these six airlines.

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Airlines Industry

ICAO: Russian Air Safety Risks Red Flag Listing

This is why ICAO could include Russia in the list of countries with officially declared problems with in-flight safety.

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Airlines

Allegiant, Detroit Pistons Launch Multi-year Partnership

Low-cost carrier Allegiant (G4) will become the "Official Airline of the Detroit Pistons."

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Airlines Industry

Norse Atlantic UK Applies for US Foreign Air Carrier Permit

This is where Norse Atlantic's (N0) US foreign air carrier permit will allow the UK subsidiary to operate to/from.

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History

6/23/1994: First Flight of the Antonov AN-38

The idea of a stretched version of the Antonov AN-28 emerged from a 1989 sales visit to India.

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Airlines Industry Routes

Norse Atlantic Lands in Fort Lauderdale (+Photos)

The Norse Atlantic Airways (N0) Fort Lauderdale-Olso debut kickstarts transatlantic services from London, Berlin, and Paris in the coming months.

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Airlines

Is Azul Finally Getting Its A350s?

Low-cost carrier Azul Brazilian Airlines (AD) will not receive the A350 without first withdrawing the A330.

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