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JetBlue Plans to Reshape Transatlantic Travel with London Service

JetBlue has announced its plans to change the transatlantic market when it begins its London service later this year. The latest update sees the airline setting out its main cabin offering. JetBlue recently showcased its reimagined Mint product for transatlantic and longer flights. Customers will benefit from a unique build-your-own meal offering, as well as free unlimited WiFi, seatback entertainment and more legroom across the Atlantic. JetBlue is also offering wider seats than widebodies and a more customer-friendly experience to win over…

JetBlue Debuts Revamped Mint Suites for Transatlantic Flights

On Monday, JetBlue Airways debuted its re-imaged Mint business seats for transatlantic and transcontinental flights. Designed in partnership with Acument Design Associates, the Mint Suites will have a 24-seat configuration, focusing on privacy, comfort and an enhanced customer experience. Passengers can enjoy the new premium suites beginning this summer on…

Azores Airlines Sets New A321LR Flight Record

2021 has started with some new restrictions to travel but also with some very good news. On Jan. 3, a new record was set by the new generation of Airbus A321 Long-Range, or A321LR, aircraft. ] Portuguese carrier Azores Airlines managed to complete a 9 hour, 49 minutes flight between…

JetBlue Announces New A321LR Tail and More Routes

In a time of bad news and a gloomy industry outlook, new announcements have been relatively short to come by. JetBlue has become the latest airline to make a new announcement, this time featuring their newest livery, confirming their newest destination, and announcing expansion plans out of Hartford, Connecticut.  JetBlue's…

Azores Airlines’ New A321LR Expected to Replace the Carrier’s Former…

Azores Airlines became the latest long-range A321 operator as its first aircraft, CS-TSH, was delivered from Airbus' assembly line in Hamburg. The carrier, based at the Portuguese Atlantic island of Arcipielago, will operate a fleet of three A321LRs to support the carrier’s expansion strategy connecting the Azores Islands from its…

Icelandair Reportedly Considering All-Airbus Fleet

Icelandair has announced that it will be increasing its fleet size from 33 to 50 aircraft by 2025. The move will replace the carrier's aging Boeing 757 fleet with the newer Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 9, of which Icelandair has 26 on order. However, in its first…

JetBlue Announces New international Route with A321neo

JetBlue will begin connecting its home, New York's John F. Kennedy Airport, and Guayaquil, Ecuador with flights commencing on December 5, 2019. According to a report by FlightGlobal, the route will be operated by the carrier's new A321neo, which the first aircraft delivery is due to take place next month.…

TAP Receives Its First Airbus A321LR

TAP Air Portugal received its first A321LR this week from Airbus' factory in Hamburg, becoming the second carrier in the world to operate the type. The extended range version of the A321neo will enable TAP to efficiently serve secondary markets across North America, the Middle East and Northern Brazil and…

Airbus A321LR Obtains EASA and FAA Approval

Airbus's evolution of the A320neo family, the A321LR, gained approval both from European aviation agency EASA and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The joint approval grants the aircraft to operate with up to three underfloor Additional Centre Tanks (ACTs), including for an ETOPS operation up to 180 minutes. This latest…

Aer Lingus to Roll Out Refreshed Brand Next Year

Irish carrier Aer Lingus has announced that it will be rolling out a new and refreshed brand in early 2019. The new brand will include the repainting of the aircraft's fleet, which is expected to take three years, as well as new crew uniforms, according to Aer Lingus Chief Executive…