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Nok Air is Going International – India and Vietnam

The pretty yellow-beaked airline of Thailand, Nok Air (DD) is getting back on track to launch an international expansion to India and Vietnam.

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IAG Firms Order For Up To 150 737 MAX

The International Airlines Group (IAG) has confirmed an order for up to 150 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft as part of the Group’s fleet renewal plan.

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Fishy Business: How Alaska Airlines Delivers Copper River Salmon

Yesterday, Alaska Airlines (AS) delivered the season’s first salmon to Seattle Tacoma Airport (SEA), marking a splashy beginning to the summer fishing season.

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Wizz Air to Open Subsidiary in Malta

European low-cost carrier Wizz Airlines (W6) is looking to form a Malta-based subsidiary, which it anticipates will begin operations in October 2022 with aircraft registered in Malta.

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Emirates Takes off on Worldwide Hiring Tour

This may be your chance to make your aviation dream of flying to exotic locations on a respected international airline come true.

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Hawaiian Airlines Invests in REGENT Seaglider

Hawaiian Airlines (HA) will invest in REGENT to support the initial design of a next-generation all-electric seaglider.

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JetBlue Makes Hostile Bid for Spirit Airlines

JetBlue (B6) has filed a “Vote No” proxy statement asking Spirit (NK) shareholders to vote AGAINST Spirit/Frontier merger.

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LATAM Launches New Route amid Strong Operational Projections

LATAM Airlines Group (LA) recently released strong operational projections for May 2022 in comparison to May 2019.

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Jet Airways to Conduct First Proving Flight

Jet Airways (9W) is set to fly the first proving flight between Delhi and Mumbai and back.

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Aeroflot Purchases Eight Leased Aircraft

Aeroflot (SU) has bought eight leased aircraft from foreign leasing companies as a way to meet its contractual obligations.

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