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Azul Announces New Routes to the USA with A320neo and A330

    Azul Announces New Routes to the USA with A320neo and A330

MIAMI — Azul, the Brazilian low-cost, award-winning airline, announced today a heavy expansion to the United States with two new flights from Belo Horizonte (CNF) to Orlando (MCO), and from Belem (BEL) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL). The new flights will be launched in December 2017, during the peak of the Brazilian high

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British Airways To Fly The A380 to Chicago

    British Airways To Fly The A380 to Chicago

MIAMI — British Airways will operate the Airbus A380 once daily between London Heathrow and Chicago O’Hare beginning May 8th, 2018. The A380 will replace the Boeing 747-400 on one of two daily British Airways flights on this route. The A380 will operate as the BA295, departing London Heathrow at 10:50am and

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Spot & Greet – Cape Cod 2017 — Fly with us on an Eastern DC-3!

    Spot & Greet – Cape Cod 2017 — Fly with us on an Eastern DC-3!

Have you ever wondered what it is like to fly on a beautiful DC-3? Well, this is your chance. Join other fellow AvGeeks on Columbus Day weekend and enjoy the wonders the Cape Cod Harbor has to offer as you fly over it on a pristine Eastern Air Lines DC-3! Dates: October

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Nashville to Possibly Land Nonstop Flight to London

    Nashville to Possibly Land Nonstop Flight to London

MIAMI – The Tennessean reported an expected announcement to be made by the Nashville Airport (BNA) next week about the already-heavily rumored nonstop flight from BNA to London made by British Airways (BA). Just three years ago, Nashville was one of five finalists for a nonstop flight on British Airways.

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Silver Airways Orders Up To 50 ATRs

  Silver Airways Orders Up To 50 ATRs

MIAMI — In a blockbuster order for ATR, Fort Lauderdale based Silver Airways has announced that it has signed a letter of intent to purchase up to 50 ATR-600 series aircraft. The order is valued at up to $1.1 billion and

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