Airlines

Royal Air Maroc Lanches Service to Washington-Dulles

September 9, 2016 Ryan Ewing

Starting on September 8th, Morocco based Royal Air Maroc will operate three-times weekly service to Washington Dulles International Airport. Washington, D.C. is the airline’s third North American destination along with New York (JFK) and Montreal

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Emirates Expands A380 Service to New Zealand

September 6, 2016 Tyler Tashji

Emirates, the world’s largest Airbus A380 Operator announced today it will begin A380 service to Christchurch, New Zealand beginning October 30th which will coincide with the launch of the A380 on its Dubai to Auckland

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An Exclusive Look at United’s New Polaris Product

September 1, 2016 Ryan Ewing

In June, United’s CEO Oscar Munoz officially launched their new business class product called Polaris. The completely redesigned product aims to give passengers a consistent product from airport to aircraft. Designed in partnership with Acumen

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Johannesburg to Say ‘Hello’ to Emirates A380

July 26, 2016 Tyler Tashji

Emirates announced today that Johannesburg will be the next city in its network to receive Airbus A380 service. Currently, Emirates uses the Boeing 777-300ER to serve Johannesburg with four daily flights. Beginning February 1, one

Airports

Abandoned In the Rust Belt: Part One

July 25, 2016 Ian McMurtry

At the beginning of the 1990s, air travel through the mid Atlantic region of the United States was very simple. Legacy carriers had made various hubs through the region and even smaller markets were easy

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Alaska Airlines Adds Service from Newark

July 22, 2016 Tyler Tashji

Alaska Airlines announced today it will increase its presence in the New York City region with additional service to Newark’s Liberty International Airport. The airline currently serves Newark with two daily flights from Seattle and

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Farnborough Round-Up: Day 4

July 14, 2016 James Dinsdale

Thursday ended as being the quietest day of the week in terms of airline announcements at Farnborough International. The weather turned out to be an improvement compared to the last three days, allowing many of

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Farnborough Round-Up: Day 3

July 13, 2016 James Dinsdale

There was a slight improvement in the amount of sunshine that was radiating down on the asphalt during day three of Farnborough International, compared to the waterlogged (flooded) scene that occurred on Monday at the airport southwest of

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Farnborough Round-Up: Day 2

July 12, 2016 James Dinsdale

The opening day of Farnborough International saw the proceedings ending slightly earlier than planned. Due to an outburst of rain which caused a minor flood, the show planners had to cut the power of the

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Farnborough Round-Up: Day 1

July 11, 2016 James Dinsdale

This week sees the world renowned Farnborough International Airshow lifting off into the aviation atmosphere where a week-long event sees a major trade exhibition for the aerospace and defense industries with a public airshow. Cited

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