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    Open Sky For Autism Takes Off On May 6

Open Sky For Autism Takes Off On May 6

MIAMI – On Saturday, May 6, Air Hollywood, the world’s largest aviation-themed entertainment studio, will host its 8th Open Sky for Autism. This program assists families living with autism and other developmental disabilities in gaining the confidence, comfort, and enjoyment of air travel. Free to the public with limited seating, Open Sky for Autism allows for vital acclimation and repetition during a commercial airport and passenger flight simulation. Since 2014, the Open Sky for Autism program has helped more

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    Boeing’s First 737 MAX 9 Takes to the Skies

Boeing’s First 737 MAX 9 Takes to the Skies

SEATTLE – The Boeing 737 MAX 9 took to the skies in Seattle at 10:52 am local (1:52 pm EST), marking the first flight for the current largest variant of the re-engined 737 MAX family. The MAX 9 flew for 2 hours and 42 minutes before landing back at Seattle’s Boeing Field (it took off from Renton) at 1:34 pm PST. Piloted by Christine Walsh and Ed Wilson, both Boeing Test and Evaluation

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    Delta’s Operational Meltdown and Ryanair 2.0 [Podcast #28]

Delta’s Operational Meltdown and Ryanair 2.0 [Podcast #28]

MIAMI — Rohan, and Vinay kick off the show discussing the abysmal April for U.S. carriers beginning with Delta’s 4-day operational meltdown (2:10) which lead to thousands of canceled flights

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    Hawaiian Airlines Debuts its New Premium Cabins in New York’s JFK Service

Hawaiian Airlines Debuts its New Premium Cabins in New York’s JFK Service

MIAMI — Beginning February 19, Hawaiian Airlines’ new lie-flat seats and Premium Cabins debuted their service from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK), joining Tokyo (Narita), Brisbane and Sydney,

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