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The Eastern Air Lines Rebirth Dream Comes to a Rapid End

    The Eastern Air Lines Rebirth Dream Comes to a Rapid End

MIAMI — Nearly 24 years after the original Eastern shut down on January 18, 1991, the new Eastern Air Lines came back—but not for too long. Following a turbulent start, and

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US DOT Grants American Airlines Los Angeles-Beijing Route

    US DOT Grants American Airlines Los Angeles-Beijing Route

MIAMI — The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has spoken. On Monday, November 7, the DOT announced its long-awaited verdict on the pending Los Angeles-Beijing route, selecting American Airlines to

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U.S. Carriers Receive Tokyo Haneda Slot Allocations

    U.S. Carriers Receive Tokyo Haneda Slot Allocations

MIAMI — In recent weeks, U.S. carriers bidding for new route authorities to Tokyo Haneda (HND) have had the opportunity to present additional details to augment the merits of their route

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U.S. DOT and FAA Finalize Rules for Commercial Drones

    U.S. DOT and FAA Finalize Rules for Commercial Drones

MIAMI — The Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have released new rules today related to the use of non-recreational unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or “drones”).

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DOT Grants Rights to U.S. Carriers For Flights to Cuba

    DOT Grants Rights to U.S. Carriers For Flights to Cuba

MIAMI — The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) issued an order today, clearing six American carriers to start flights to

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U.S. DOT Tentatively Clears Norwegian Air International

    U.S. DOT Tentatively Clears Norwegian Air International

MIAMI — The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has tentatively cleared Norwegian Air International (NAI), the Ireland-based subsidiary of Scandinavian

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Blaming the Airlines for Flight Delays – And An Idea to Fix Them

    Blaming the Airlines for Flight Delays – And An Idea to Fix Them

MIAMI— Who is to blame for flight delays? Airlines are happy to suggest that weather and the Air Traffic Control

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A Cloudy Outlook on China-US Open Skies

    A Cloudy Outlook on China-US Open Skies

MIAMI— While it has slowed slightly in recent months, growth in passenger traffic between China and North America has been

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Delta to Acquire Stake in China Eastern

    Delta to Acquire Stake in China Eastern

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines keeps its interest in forging alliances with foreign carriers. After its offer to sponsor Japanese

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DOJ Overreaches with Investigation Into Airline “Collusion”

    DOJ Overreaches with Investigation Into Airline “Collusion”

MIAMI — The US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it was investigating US airlines for collusion Wednesday afternoon, building a

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