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  • Aloha Air Cargo Announces Los Angeles Service

    Aloha Air Cargo Announces Los Angeles Service

    On September 17, 2014 Aloha Air Cargo announced that they will be acquiring a Boeing 767-300 Freighter. They also announced Honolulu International Airport (HNL) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) service, which will operate five times a week.

  • Air Canada on Track Toward Sustained Financial Success

    Air Canada on Track Toward Sustained Financial Success

    Air Canada is one of the most important airlines in North America, but for most of the past 15 years, has struggled. Like most airlines, Air Canada has faced bankruptcy, sour mergers, and financial struggles. With reorganization, fleet renewal, and their new low cost subsidiary, Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada looks like it has turned the corner toward profitability.

    Back during the global recession, Air Canada's outlook was considerably bleak. Faced with a massive $4.4 billion pension shortfall, combined with a loss inthe first quarter of 2012, Air Canada looked like it was poised for their second bankruptcy in less than a decade. 

  • United Airlines Completes Mercedes Tarmac Transfer Rollout

    United Airlines Completes Mercedes Tarmac Transfer Rollout

    United Airlines, a company for not being the nicest to its elites, took a step backwards in that direction today by adding tarmac transfers for their Global Services, and Global First passengers at Denver International Airport. Denver was the last United hub without the service, complementing the existing service at their San Francisco, Washington Dulles, Houston, Chicago, Newark and Los Angeles. 

  • Another Livery Change That You Can't Miss (Literally)

    Ever heard of the Hughes Air West flying banana airplanes? Bright yellow covering the whole jet. Well, it seems Spirit has followed its new yellow and black website branding onto their new livery. The Miramar, FL based carrier released their brand new livery today. 

    The livery is pretty hard to miss; It is yellow with big, black letters on the side and tail. The new look was spotted today by journalists at the Premier Aviation Overhaul Center in Rome, N.Y. The aircraft painted with the new livery is an A319 registered as N534NK. All new aircraft delivered to Spirit will sport the new livery. Spirit also plans to have six more aircraft painted in the near future.