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Lufthansa Announces New Destinations

    Lufthansa Announces New Destinations

MIAMI – Lufthansa announced today the expansion of their route network and new intercontinental destinations from Frankfurt and Munich in summer 2018. From their Frankfurt Hub, the carrier will offer a five-weekly service from San Diego, California to Frankfurt, Germany. And from their Munich Hub Lufthansa’s offering a reintroduced route

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American Airlines Capitulates to a Backlash on its New 737MAX Seat Pitch

    American Airlines Capitulates to a Backlash on its New 737MAX Seat Pitch

MIAMI – Last month, American Airlines (AA) announced their intention to decrease the space between their Economy Class seats of their upcoming Boeing 737 MAX aircraft by two inches (5cm). The was forced to acknowledge their plans prematurely following a story written by Jon Ostrower of CNN. This was a significant decrease in

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El Al Showcases its Forthcoming Boeing 787 Dreamliner Fleet

    El Al Showcases its Forthcoming Boeing 787 Dreamliner Fleet

MIAMI – On June 11, 2017, El Al Israel Airlines introduced its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The long-haul mid-size widebody is expected to serve the Tel Aviv-London route first and, by the end of the year, to Newark (EWR). The Dreamliner will also fly to Hong Kong by the beginning of 2018. “The

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Boeing Ramps Up Innovation for 777 & 777X Build While Production Rate Slows

    Boeing Ramps Up Innovation for 777 & 777X Build While Production Rate Slows

EVERETT – As the Boeing 777-X approaches production, the 777’s production rate is slowing to 5 airframes per month in August, and then dwindling to 3.5 per month in 2018. The first 777X isn’t due to begin final assembly in 2018, in advance of a 2019 first flight and a 2020

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ANALYSIS: Qatar Diplomatic Spat Could Reshape Global Aviation

  ANALYSIS: Qatar Diplomatic Spat Could Reshape Global Aviation

DOHA – As Airways first reported Sunday night, Qatar Airways has lost access to the airspace of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt and all flights from Doha to those countries; all of them have been canceled. Subsequently,

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