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New International Arrivals Facility Fully Open at SEATAC

Discover how the new SEATAC International Arrivals Facility (IAF) improves the passenger experience.

March 2017

It is a fact: Finnair features a very photogenic livery. Therefore, choosing the right cover is not an easy task. This month, we couldn’t ignore the beauty of the Airbus A350-900 powerfully rocketing out of Helsinki. And even though the

May 2017

When we say that Helsinki offers some of the best aviation photography in the world, we really mean it. And since an image is worth a thousand words, why don’t you take a peek at this beyond-stunning photo taken by

March 2016

This month, it’s the Eskimo’s turn. Alaska Airlines unveiled an all-new livery and corporate image and soon later a handful of Boeing 737s were flying around with the airline’s stunning new colors. To honor the spectacular design the Seattle-based carrier

British Airways Cuts Summer Flights, Looks to Spanish Staffing

British Airways (BA) has canceled hundreds of flights on major routes for the summer season, compounding the airline's troubles.

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Finavia Airports Boast Post-pandemic Summer Recovery

Finavia airports will offer direct flights to more than 130 destinations this summer, with Helsinki Airport (HEL) offering up to 200 flights a day.

SEA Welcomes Turkish Airlines’ Nonstop to Istanbul

Turkish Airlines (TK) will begin uninterrupted service to Istanbul (IST) on May 27, 2022, from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).

Air Tahiti Nui Seattle Flights, Alaska Airlines Partnership

Air Tahiti Nui (TN) has announced its second destination in the United States, Seattle (SEA), slated to launch on October 5, 2022.

Qatar Airways Denies Airbus’ US$220m Contract Breach Claim

According to court documents obtained by Bloomberg, Qatar Airways (QR) has denied charges that it owes Airbus US$220m in damages. When it declined to accept delivery of two A350 planes, the airline argued it had not broken its contract with

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