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WOW Air Adds Four New U.S. Destinations: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit, and St. Louis

Already famous for its $99 international flights, WOW Air again made headlines on Wednesday when it announced flights to four new destinations in the U.S. The airline plans to launch flights to Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit, and St. Louis next spring. WOW will fly four flights a week on the Airbus A321, which seats 220 passengers, between these four cities and its hub at Keflavik Airport near Iceland’s capital Reykjavik. From the airlines hub, passengers will be able to connect to…

Condor Airlines Adds Third Flight to Austin

Condor Airlines will be expanding it's service to Austin, Texas by adding an additional flight to the Texas capital beginning on June 27, 2018. The airline will begin it's summer seasonal service on May 28, 2018 and flights will run until September 27, 2018. The low-cost German airline chose Austin…

Turkish Airlines Lifted Of Electronic Device Ban for Flights to…

Turkish Airlines has announced on July 4 that the ban on electronic devices on flights to the United States for the airline has been lifted. The update was provided to the public on Twitter, but did not give any further details. The United States currently has banned laptops in the…

Southwest Drops Two of Three Cuba Routes

From September 4, 2017, Southwest Airlines will end service to two of the three cities the airline flies to in Cuba. The airline currently serves Varadero and Santa Clara once daily from Ft. Lauderdale and Havana three times daily, twice from Ft. Lauderdale and once from Tampa. Southwest initially began…

The Best of Texas: Austin Bergstrom International Airport

Texas. Its history is a long and complicated one, having been a part of Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the Confederate States of America, and finally, the United States of America. In 1845, Texas became the 28th state to enter the union, and 172 years later it stands…

Air Berlin Chooses Tegel Over Brandenburg

Air Berlin operates the most flights out of Germany's capital city, Berlin, and will have to move once the city’s new airport opens. However, Air Berlin Chief Thomas Winkelman stated that the airline would prefer to stay at Tegel International Airport, if the airport remains operational. In a statement, Winkelmann…

How to Catch a Ride on North America’s First A350-900XWB

Delta is getting even closer to becoming the first airline in North America to operate the Airbus A350XWB after the first aircraft completed its second test flight and first in the airline’s livery. Once delivered in July, the aircraft will fly its first scheduled flight between Detroit (DTW) and Tokyo Narita…

Exclusive Photos: Airbus Introduces the A380plus with New Split Winglet…

For years now, people have continuously speculated that the production of the Airbus A380 would soon come to an end. However, today Airbus has reassured the world that the A380 will continue to live on with the introduction of the brand new Airbus A380plus. The A380plus includes many new aerodynamic…

The Boeing 777 Aircraft Celebrates 23 Years of Flight

June 12, marks 23 years of flight for the Boeing 777. The program for this aircraft was initially launched in October 1990 with an initial order from United Airlines. N7771, the first aircraft, took off at 11:45 a.m. on June 12, 1994 for the very first time, powered by Pratt…

Aegean Sees Strong Figures as Summer Season Begins

Compared with last year’s April-May data, Aegean Airlines grew passenger numbers on both domestic and foreign flights by 8 percent. The airline is starting off the busy summer season on a strong note after passenger numbers also growing by 5 percent in the first quarter of 2017. Greece’s Aegean Airlines…