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Cabo Verde Airlines Announces Route to Washington

July 29, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Cabo Verde Airlines, the national flag carrier of Cape Verde archipelago, has announced a network expansion that will include nonstop service to Washington Dulles International Airport with a thrice weekly frequency. The route will be

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Norwegian Air Argentina Files Request for U.S. Routes

July 10, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Just two weeks after the United States and Argentina signed the commitment to amend the existing bilateral agreement regarding commercial aviation, Norwegian Argentina filed a request to ANAC, Argentina’s national aviation authority, to operate regular

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American Schedules Last MD-80 Revenue Flight

June 25, 2019 Pablo Diaz

September 4 is going to be a date many of us will remember. That day American Airlines will retire its remaining 26 McDonnell Douglas MD-80 aircraft, ending a 37-year-long flying career. Unveiled by McDonnell Douglas

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Delta Set to Expand A220 Route Network

June 24, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Since its introduction, Delta’s Airbus A220-100 fleet has been delivering consistent results, and the number of routes the former Bombardier aircraft is serving is growing rapidly. The carrier is set to expand the A220 operation

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American to Replace 757 Fleet with A321XLR

June 19, 2019 Pablo Diaz

In an expected and anticipated move, American Airlines is betting strongly on its Airbus fleet: the carrier just announced that it is converting 30 A321neo orders and exercising 20 A321neo options to the single-aisle ultra-long-range

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Lufthansa Retires Its Oldest Airbus A320

May 28, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Lufthansa announced on Tuesday that it is retiring its oldest A320 aircraft. The airplane, an Airbus A320-211 with registration D-AIPA, operated for the German carrier for almost 30 years and departed Frankfurt on Tuesday to

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