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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

FlyJamaica Boeing 757 Crash Lands In Georgetown (+Photos)

MIAMI — A FlyJamaica Boeing 757-200 has overrun the runway at Georgetown International Airport, sustaining significant damage to its fuselage and landing gear and injuring two passengers. The aircraft, registered N524AT, overran Runway 06 coming to a complete stop on

Photos: United Takes Delivery Of First Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner

MIAMI — United Airlines has become America’s first carrier to take delivery of the largest variant of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner—the dash ten—also gaining the title as the only airline in the world to operate all three variants: the 787-8,

KLM Announces Las Vegas With Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

MIAMI — Dutch carrier KLM will add Las Vegas (LAS) to its US network starting from next summer. The airline will deploy its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on the route, starting from June 6, 2019. Las Vegas will become the airline’s

Air Italy Threatened By Italian Syndicates

MIAMI — Akbar Al Baker’s investment in Italy might be in jeopardy. Yesterday, Air Italy’s syndicates threatened to strike because of the airline’s decision to transfer from Olbia, Sardinia (OLB) to Milan-Malpensa (MXP), 51 ground staff to aid the carrier’s

The Alitalia Novel Continues: Italian Government To Re-Take 51%

MIAMI — Italy’s ill-fated flag carrier, Alitalia, lives on. The Italian Minister of Infrastructure, Danilo Toninelli, announced that Alitalia’s future is to “remain Italian,” and that the government will control 51% of the airline’s shares while an international partner comes

Alitalia Unveils New Uniforms; Lufthansa Mulls Taking Over

MIAMI — Alitalia unveiled its new Flight Attendant uniforms today at the opening of Milan’s Fashion Week. This new collection, albeit heavily criticized by industry analysts, stems from numerous requests from the airline’s crew who have complained of comfort issues, as

#FlybackFriday — airBaltic CS300 Trip Report

Reported by Enrique Perrella • Airways Magazine, June 2018 During my two-week vacation in Europe, our final destination was St. Petersburg, Russia. To get there the common European legacy carriers offered a myriad of flight and aircraft options via the

EgyptAir Is London-Heathrow’s Worst Airline: Full Top-50 List

MIAMI — London’s main gateway, Heathrow Airport (LHR) has unveiled its quarterly list featuring the top 50 noisiest, nastiest, most polluting airlines that fly into the busy airport. The world’s seventh busiest airport, which registered the 78 million passenger mark

Analysis: Joint Venture Between Delta, WestJet Changes Landscape

MIAMI — Rumors had been quite high about a potential partnership between WestJet and a legacy U.S. airline, as the Canadian low-cost carrier (LCC) seeks to strengthen its operations before the arrival of its ten Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners that were

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