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United Raises a Glass to Veterans

November 3, 2016 Tyler Tashji

Throughout the month of November and in honor of Veterans Day, United Club customers will have the chance to support military charities by purchasing select beverages. United has selected two beers to serve at its

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Iberia To Introduce Premium Economy Product

October 21, 2016 Parker Davis

Iberia announced Thursday that they will be introducing a new premium economy product on their Airbus A330-300, A340-600, and yet-to-be-delivered A350 aircraft beginning in summer 2017. The airline has said the first routes with the

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DOT Ban on Samsung Note 7 Takes Effect

October 15, 2016 Ashley Magoon

Effective as of October 15, 2016, at 12pm Eastern Time, all Samsung Note 7 devices are banned from commercial aircraft in the United States. The emergency order was issued by the Department of Transportation (DOT),

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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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American and United Appoint New Presidents

August 29, 2016 James Field

There has been an interesting shakeup in the airline executive world this afternoon as American Airlines and United Airlines both name new company presidents. American’s New President American announced Robert Isom as their new President

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Qantas Group Reports Record Profits

August 29, 2016 Parker Davis

The Qantas Group, parent company of Sydney-based Qantas Airways, reported record profits Wednesday of $1.42 billion AUD ($1.07 billion USD) for the financial year ending in June 2016. The owner of numerous other passenger and

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World’s Largest Aircraft Completes Maiden Flight

August 22, 2016 Parker Davis

The world’s largest aircraft had a successful first flight on Wednesday. The Airlander 10, a modern version of mid-19th century helium-filled airships owned by British aerospace company Hybrid Air Vehicles, flew around Bedfordshire, England for

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FAA Grants Safety Rating for Indonesian Carriers

August 15, 2016 Parker Davis

The Federal Aviation Administration announced today that Indonesia now meets International Civil Aviation Organization safety standards and has received a Category 1 rating. This means Indonesian carriers will now be able to fly to the

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United Flight Attendants Agree On New Contract

August 12, 2016 Shane Piper

Chicago based United Airlines has over 25,000 flight attendants and for the first time in six years, they will all be operating under a single contract. Since the integration with Continental Airlines in 2010, there

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