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Condor and Thomas Cook Scandinavia to Continue Operations

    Condor and Thomas Cook Scandinavia to Continue Operations

LONDON — Thomas Cook Scandinavia and Condor Flugdienst, both airlines part of the Thomas Cook Group, will continue flying despite the collapse of the global travel group occurred earlier this

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Eurowings Launches Long-Haul Flight to Las Vegas

    Eurowings Launches Long-Haul Flight to Las Vegas

MIAMI — European low-cost carrier Eurowings has started flying from Munich (MUC) to Las Vegas (LAS). The first long-haul, low-cost flight took off on its inaugural flight yesterday from MUC. There

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Berlin-Tegel Refuses To Die: Berliners Vote to Keep it Open

    Berlin-Tegel Refuses To Die: Berliners Vote to Keep it Open

MIAMI — The historic, cold-war-era airport located in Central Berlin refuses to die. Today, a referendum that was held in the German capital showed that 56% of Berliners don’t want

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Airberlin Files for Bankruptcy, Flight Operations Normalized

    Airberlin Files for Bankruptcy, Flight Operations Normalized

MIAMI — Germany’s second largest airline and Oneworld member, Airberlin, announced and initiated today insolvency proceedings under self-administration to follow up the restructuring process—which is currently underway—at Amtsgericht, the local District

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Aircraft Interior Expo: It’s A Wrap Up

    Aircraft Interior Expo: It’s A Wrap Up

The annual Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) took place last week in Hamburg, Germany. The world’s largest trade show of its

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Onboard Lufthansa’s First Airbus A320neo Flight

    Onboard Lufthansa’s First Airbus A320neo Flight

MUNICH —The Airbus A320neo has officially entered into commercial airline service today. The low-key non-event caught almost all passengers of

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Airbus to Ramp Up A320 production to 60 a Month Before 2020

    Airbus to Ramp Up A320 production to 60 a Month Before 2020

MIAMI —Airbus has announced the plans to ramp up the production of its narrowbody A320 family aircraft before the end

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Climbing on Board Two Boeing 707s in One Day

    Climbing on Board Two Boeing 707s in One Day

MIAMI— It’s not often you get to climb on board a Boeing 707 these days, but two — a former

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Potential Impact on the Industry After Germanwings 9525

    Potential Impact on the Industry After Germanwings 9525

MIAMI — After the 9/11 terror attacks in the United States, the air industry and legislators called for actions intended

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Germanwings 9525 Crash: No Survivors, CVR Retrieved

    Germanwings 9525 Crash: No Survivors, CVR Retrieved

MIAMI — French Rescue Teams have been deployed to start the recovery of debris and bodies from Germanwings (4U) flight

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