News

Page 220 of 223
1 218 219 220 221 222 223

What Does the Future Look Like for Inflight Dining on…

The time American Airlines saved $40,000 by cutting one olive from each first class salad has become a true legend of the U.S. airline industry. Northwest Airlines also saved $500,000 by cutting each lime into 16 pieces instead of ten. The majority…

Keep Calm, United Is NOT Regularly Charging for Overhead Bin…

Over the past few days, many news outlets have run stories with an attention grabbing headline such as “United is now charging for overhead bins” – or some variation of the sort. Even some bloggers have picked up the story…

Norwegian to Open New US Crew Bases Starting in March…

With the US Department of Transportation recently approving Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) application for a foreign carrier permit, the company is announcing plans to expand its crew bases. Next year, the airline will open a new base in Fort Lauderdale,…

U.S. DOT Issues Foreign Air Carrier Permit to Norwegian Air…

The United States Department of Transportation has tentatively awarded Norwegian Air Shuttle's Ireland-based subsidiary, Norwegian Air International, its foreign carrier permit, meaning the airline will now be able to launch more routes to the U.S. under aviation rights secured by…

Air France Celebrates Its New Boeing 787-9 with Four Welcome…

Air France has been anxiously awaiting its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which will officially join the carrier's fleet on Dec. 2. To celebrate the arrival of the new aircraft, the company is organizing four inaugural flights from Paris over regions…