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British Airways Unveils Plans For JFK Terminal 7

    British Airways Unveils Plans For JFK Terminal 7

MIAMI – British Airways unveiled today details of its re-design for New York JFK Terminal 7 (T7). Unusual but not a coincidence that this was reported on the same day Alaska Airlines and Virgin America announced their relocation to T7. New CGI images give customers a first glimpse of what the

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Delta To Add New Routes Between Los Angeles and Washington-Reagan

    Delta To Add New Routes Between Los Angeles and Washington-Reagan

MIAMI – Delta began yesterday a daily nonstop service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Flights will be operated using a Boeing 757-200 aircraft, offering full flat-bed seats in First Class on this route. “We’re pleased that Delta’s growth and investment on the

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Analysis: The Real Target of WestJet’s New ULCC is Air Canada Rouge

    Analysis: The Real Target of WestJet’s New ULCC is Air Canada Rouge

MIAMI – Late last week, Canadian low-cost carrier (LCC) WestJet announced plans to launch an ultra-low cost carrier (ULCC), with service set to begin in late 2017. The proposed ULCC operation will initially be staffed with 10 high-density Boeing 737-800s, subject to an agreement between WestJet and its pilots, but

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Exclusive and Onboard: The Last U.S. Operated Boeing 747-200 Soars Into Retirement

    Exclusive and Onboard: The Last U.S. Operated Boeing 747-200 Soars Into Retirement

SEATTLE – On April 21, 2017, a very quiet but very special retirement flight took place out of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Kalitta Air retired its final operating Boeing 747-200, officially flying the last flight of a “Classic” 747 by a U.S. Part 121 airline. As airline pilots, we are

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USA Welcomes Back LATAM Airlines’ Airbus A350XWB Service

  USA Welcomes Back LATAM Airlines’ Airbus A350XWB Service

MIAMI – LATAM Airlines announced today that two of its non-stop flights to Sao Paulo, Brazil will be operated in the Airbus A350XWB. The departures will begin from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) on September 30, 2017, and

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