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Hitting the Links by Miami International Airport

Miami – Sinking a putt, there flew places globally whereupon doing so golfers can hear an ever-increasing rumble soon followed by an overflying Airbus A380-800. One such place is International Links Melreese Country Club, where golfers and aviation geeks (avgeeks)

Interview: Etihad VP Confirms A380 Stays, Discusses Post Pandemic Strategies

MIAMI — Etihad Airways (EY) VP Vincent Frascogna, a seasoned airline executive with a vast background in the commercial sector of both British Airways (BA) and Etihad Airways (EY), sat down with Airways to discuss the airline’s most recent developments,

Enrique Cueto To Step Down As CEO Of LATAM Airlines

MIAMI — After a successful 25-year tenure, the founder and CEO of LATAM Airlines, Enrique Cueto, will step down from the helm of the largest carrier in Latin America in March 2020. Cueto will be replaced by Roberto Alvo, current

Delta Returns To Gatwick, Boosts UK-US Capacity With Virgin Atlantic

MIAMI—Delta Air Lines, together with its British joint venture partner, Virgin Atlantic, will be boosting capacity in the US-UK market by 15% next summer. Both carriers will be increasing capacity on routes between New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Seattle, and

Air New Zealand Orders 8 Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners

MIAMI — Air New Zealand has placed an order for eight Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners, worth $2.7 billion at current list prices. The airline also chose General Electric’s GEnx-1B engines to power the new planes. According to the airline, the first

High Flyer Interview: The French Bee Effect, According to President Marc Rochet

PARIS — One of the world’s newest and most radical airlines, French bee, has entered the long-haul/low-cost market in a somewhat successful fashion. French bee has joined into a congested industry trying to grab a market share where low yields

Qantas Cancels Remaining A380 Order

MIAMI — Qantas Airways has canceled its remaining order for eight Airbus A380s, noting that the double-decker plane does not fit into the airline’s future fleet plans. The Australian flag carrier told Reuters that after negotiations with Airbus, a decision

High Flyer Interview: The Air Tahiti Nui Transformation According To Its Chiefs

PAPEETE — All the way from Central Pacific, Air Tahiti Nui celebrated the opening of its brand-new headquarters building next to Fa’a’ā International Airport in Papeete, exactly two decades after launching operations as French Polynesia’s only international carrier. Air Tahiti

Delta Orders 10 More A330neos, First Aircraft Rolls Out In Toulouse

MIAMI — The very first Airbus A330neo for Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines (DL) has rolled out of the assembly line this morning in Toulouse, France. Simultaneously, the airline has confirmed that an additional 10 planes have been ordered. The plane

Virgin Atlantic Mulls Nonstop Flights To Perth, Australia

MIAMI — Virgin Atlantic’s founder, Richard Branson, said in an interview with Your Money that new nonstop flights from London to Perth might be launched soon, racing against Qantas’s current service between both cities. Similarly, Virgin Atlantic would deploy its

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