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Air Nostrum CRJ200 (Photo: Bene Riobó [CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)])

Air Nostrum Will Fly Domestic Routes in Brazil

The Spanish regional operator Air Nostrum met with Brazilian authorities showing interested in flying domestic routes in Brazil. This is a part of a recent effort by the Brazilian government to attract foreign airlines and increase airline competition. In 2019 Brazil approved a law allowing 100 percent foreign ownership of airlines operating in the country. As part of this new policy Brazil attracted only a few international airlines to the country like Norwegian, JetSmart, and Sky Airlines but only to…

United Airlines Plans to Expand in Denver Move a Step…

United Airlines' plans to expand at Denver International Airport have been solidified following approval to lease extra gates at the airport. In partnership with the airport, United held an event on Friday to celebrate Denver City Council's decision to approve the lease of an additional 24 gates by the airline…

UPS Airlines Increases Mexico Service

On Thursday, UPS Airlines announced that it will begin a new flight for export shipments from Querétaro in central Mexico. UPS will operate the route using its Airbus A300-600 aircraft. The new route appears to reaffirm UPS' commitment to its A300 fleet. Last fall, UPS conducted a successful test flight…

Delta, Air France-KLM and Virgin Atlantic Launch New Partnership

What is being billed as the ‘World’s Leading Partnership’ was launched this week by Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic, KLM and Air France. The joint venture (JV) by the four airlines expands on existing JVs between the U.S. carrier and the U.K. and European carriers. Delta CEO Ed Bastian stated:…

David Neeleman’s Newest U.S. Airline Expects to Take Flight This…

After almost two years of rumors, aviation tycoon David Neeleman's startup airline in the United States was officially launched this Friday. Breeze Airways will be the name of the new company, which up until now was provisionally called "Moxy." The new airline, which labels itself as the "world's nicest airline,"…

Foreign Pilots Working in China Removed From Duties Without Pay

Following the outbreak of the Coronavirus, which has claimed the lives of more than 450 people, airlines in China are now having to significantly downsize their flying programs due to the lack of demand in travel. Last week saw a great number of major airlines across the globe significantly reduce…

Combatting the ‘Wild West’ of Flight Permits

Although international regulations have been developed to simplify the rules of international air transport, each country around the world maintains its own unique legislation for flight permits. From overflying to landing, each nation, and sometimes each airport, has its own particular rules. A flight plan is not complete if the…

Coronavirus Continues to Leave Everyone On Edge, But What’s Next…

On Feb. 5, WestJet flight 2702 from Toronto Pearson International Airport to Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica, was forced to turn back after a 28-year-old passenger announced to the whole aircraft that he had just returned from the Hunan province of China and wasn't feeling well. While he…

Foreign Pilots Working in China Removed From Duties Without Pay

Following the outbreak of the Coronavirus, which has claimed the lives of more than 450 people, airlines in China are now having to significantly downsize their flying programs due to the lack of demand in travel. Last week saw a great number of major airlines across the globe significantly reduce…

Cathay Pacific Suspends 90 Percent of Flights to Mainland China

Cathay Pacific announced it will be reducing capacity to Mainland China by 90 percent, as a measure of precaution against the Coronavirus spread. The Hong Kong-based carrier is following the steps of most global carriers who have either temporarily suspended flights to mainland China or are cutting frequencies to combat…