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Rescue Hopes for Thomas Cook Fades

    Rescue Hopes for Thomas Cook Fades

LONDON — The rescue hopes for ailing Thomas Cook seem to fade, as the global travel group is hours away from possible insolvency. While the last negotiation efforts with the

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Post-BREXIT UK Possibility of Aircraft Grounded

    Post-BREXIT UK Possibility of Aircraft Grounded

LONDON – It is being announced by government sources that the UK is preparing 27 separate treaties in order to protect flights in case of a no-deal BREXIT scenario. The

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Primera Air Announces Additional UK Expansion Plans

    Primera Air Announces Additional UK Expansion Plans

LONDON – Over the course of this week, Scandinavian carrier Primera Air has announced additional expansion plans into the UK, both transatlantic and also domestic on the European level. The low-cost

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Norwegian Reveals Major London-Gatwick Expansion

    Norwegian Reveals Major London-Gatwick Expansion

MIAMI — Norwegian Air will expand its network with more long-haul flights from London-Gatwick (LGW)—as its largest global base—to Latin America and Asia. According to Bjorn Kjos, the airline’s CEO,

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Monarch Airlines Update: 80,000 Passengers Back in UK

    Monarch Airlines Update: 80,000 Passengers Back in UK

MIAMI — The contingency plan that was launched by the UK government following the collapse of budget and holiday carrier Monarch

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Primera Air To Open New European Bases And Serve Two North American Destinations

    Primera Air To Open New European Bases And Serve Two North American Destinations

MIAMI — Primera Air announced today new transatlantic flights from their three new bases in Europe: Stansted London Airport (STN), Charles de

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Rolls-Royce Reports Record Loss In 2016

    Rolls-Royce Reports Record Loss In 2016

LONDON — When a company reports one of the largest annual losses in its country’s history, you would expect that

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What Does Brexit Mean for Commercial Aviation?

    What Does Brexit Mean for Commercial Aviation?

MIAMI — The United Kingdom (UK) has voted to leave the European Union (EU). The so-called “Brexit” is the culmination

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Ryanair Seeks Long-Haul Links for Further Expansion

    Ryanair Seeks Long-Haul Links for Further Expansion

LONDON —The news that low-cost carriers (LCC) Ryanair and Norwegian are nearing agreement for the Irish carrier to feed its Scandinavian

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Concorde Week: Reader Stories

    Concorde Week: Reader Stories

MIAMI — Welcome to day four of Concorde Week! To celebrate the 10th Anniversary (today) of the ending of commercial

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