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Op-Ed: Norwegian Claims Victory Over British Airways In The London – New York Battle

    Op-Ed: Norwegian Claims Victory Over British Airways In The London – New York Battle

Figures that were released by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey show that low-cost carrier Norwegian has beaten British Airways in the coveted London-New York route. In

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American Airlines Bets Big on Philadelphia While Making Cuts to JFK

    American Airlines Bets Big on Philadelphia While Making Cuts to JFK

MIAMI — American Airlines will soon add several transatlantic routes from its Philadelphia hub while making large cuts to its international network at New York’s JFK. Today, American announced routes from

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The Transatlantic Market in Summer 2016

    The Transatlantic Market in Summer 2016

MIAMI — The Transatlantic market between North America and Europe is still the single largest intercontinental market in the world, and with dozens of airlines offering non-stop service on trans-Atlantic

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Irish Government Set to Sell Aer Lingus Stake

    Irish Government Set to Sell Aer Lingus Stake

MIAMI — Negotiations over the future of Aer Lingus appear to be nearing the finish line as the Irish government has signaled it is ready to sell the 25.1% stake

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Big Words From Ryanair on Transatlantic Travel

    Big Words From Ryanair on Transatlantic Travel

MIAMI — The news out of Ireland this week is arguably huge: Ryanair has approved a business plan which could

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New Airline “La Compagnie” to Launch Exclusively Business Class Service Between New York and Paris

    New Airline “La Compagnie” to Launch Exclusively Business Class Service Between New York and Paris

MIAMI — In July, pending U.S. approval, new French airline “La Compagnie” (The Company) will start exclusively business class service

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Analysis: DOT Approves Delta & Virgin Atlantic North Atlantic Joint Venture

    Analysis: DOT Approves Delta & Virgin Atlantic North Atlantic Joint Venture

MIAMI — Delta Airlines and Virgin Atlantic received antitrust immunity from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) yesterday, thereby enabling

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