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Executive Series: U.S. Legacy Carriers

April 11, 2018 Akhil Dewan

Facing numerous challenges and opportunities, leaders of airlines oftentimes come from different backgrounds. Some may rise through the ranks of the airlines while some may be pulled from other industries. These varying backgrounds also impact

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LATAM Workers Strike Causes Delays

April 10, 2018 Pablo Diaz

On Tuesday, the Cabin Crew Union of LAN Express, a subsidiary of the Chile-based LATAM Airlines group, is starting a strike after mediation with their government failed to create a new labor contract. The strike

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JetBlue Launches ‘GreenUp’ Initiative

April 10, 2018 Samuel Chen

In celebration of Earth Month, JetBlue announced its annual environmental campaign “GreenUp,” formerly “One Thing That’s Green.” Through the program, the airline is providing opportunities for customers, crew members and community to donate and engage

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United’s Bad Week With Travelling Pets

March 19, 2018 Daniel Morley

This past week has been a week to forget for United Airlines as three separate incidents with passengers’ pets have caused a PR nightmare for the airline. One incident involved a passengers pet passing away

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Boeing, Adient Form Joint Venture for Airplane Seating

January 18, 2018 Ashley Magoon

On Tuesday, aircraft manufacturing giant Boeing and automotive seating company Adient formed Adient Aerospace, a joint venture that will focus on designing, manufacturing and selling seating products to airlines and aircraft leasing companies. “Seats have

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ANA’s 8-Hour Flight to Nowhere

December 27, 2017 John Flett

Japanese airline All Nippon Airways, or ANA, made headlines Wednesday when flight 175, their scheduled 11-hour flight from Los Angeles International Airport to Tokyo’s Narita Airport, turned back to LAX mid-flight when the crew reported

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