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JetBlue Announces First Scheduled Havana Service

    JetBlue Announces First Scheduled Havana Service

MIAMI — JetBlue has announced today the itineraries for its new scheduled flights to Havana, which is set to become the carrier’s 100th destination served. The capital city of Cuba

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Volaris Announces New U.S. – Mexico Routes

    Volaris Announces New U.S. – Mexico Routes

MIAMI — Mexican ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) Volaris has announced on Wednesday the launch of its new international routes from Guadalajara to Miami and from Mexico City to New York, Houston

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Analysis: Emirates Makes Fort Lauderdale its 11th U.S. Destination

    Analysis: Emirates Makes Fort Lauderdale its 11th U.S. Destination

MIAMI — Emirates’ announcement to serve Fort Lauderdale comes after a nearly 18-month hiatus since any of the major Middle Eastern carriers (Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways) has unveiled a

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Onboard a Flight into History: JetBlue Makes First Scheduled U.S. – Cuba Flight in 50+ Years

    Onboard a Flight into History: JetBlue Makes First Scheduled U.S. – Cuba Flight in 50+ Years

FORT LAUDERDALE — To be on an inaugural flight to Cuba, before today, meant that you’d have to be born before the early 1960s. The last scheduled commercial flight between the

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Mexican Carriers to Expand U.S. – Mexico Transborder Routes

    Mexican Carriers to Expand U.S. – Mexico Transborder Routes

MIAMI — Mexican low-cost carriers continue to grow their presence on trans-border routes, with both Volaris and Aeromar planning new and

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New U.S. – Mexico Air Transport Deal Clears the Path to New Routes

    New U.S. – Mexico Air Transport Deal Clears the Path to New Routes

MIAMI — The United States and Mexico have opened their aviation markets to their carriers, a change expected to broaden

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U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Lifts Ban on Indonesian Carriers

    U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Lifts Ban on Indonesian Carriers

MIAMI — The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted a Category 1 safety rating to Indonesia,

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Should United De-hub Washington Dulles and Los Angeles [Podcast #6]

    Should United De-hub Washington Dulles and Los Angeles [Podcast #6]

Welcome to the sixth episode of the Airways Podcast, the digital audio extension of our team’s world class written content. To

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U.S. DOT Clears Eight Carriers for Scheduled Flights to Havana

    U.S. DOT Clears Eight Carriers for Scheduled Flights to Havana

MIAMI — Earlier today, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) released its tentative decisions for the 20 new nonstop flights

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First Airbus Made in U.S. Rolls Out of the Alabama Final Assembly Line

    First Airbus Made in U.S. Rolls Out of the Alabama Final Assembly Line

MIAMI — The Airbus team at the company’s Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Alabama hit an important milestone in the

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