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United Airlines Outlines New Pilot Initiative

October 4, 2019 Parker Davis

Major U.S. carriers are continuing to increase recruitment in hopes of replacing an aging group of pilots over the course of the coming years. According to CNBC, Chicago-based United Airlines announced on Thursday it would

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Delta Experiences Troubles with Free WiFi

September 20, 2019 Parker Davis

Just about six months ago, I posited that it was not yet time for free inflight WiFi. It came after Air New Zealand announced all properly-equipped planes would have offer the service effective immediately and

Airlines

Delta’s Odd Bet on Improving Economy Class

July 7, 2019 Hemal Gosai

Delta Air Lines this past week announced an interesting passenger enhancement. It’s interesting and albeit surprising for two reasons. First, it’s an actual passenger enhancement, not a devaluation of a frequent flyer program or gutting

Routes

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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Delta Begins Testing Free Onboard Wi-Fi

May 10, 2019 Vanni Gibertini

Delta has decided to take the first step towards providing free internet connection onboard its aircraft by setting up an “initial, limited test” on 55 domestic routes every day, starting on May 13. In the

Routes

Jamaica Sees Big Increase in Summer Flights

April 28, 2019 Connor Sadler

The Caribbean island of Jamaica is set to welcome more travellers this summer as 8.4 percent more air seats are bound for the destination, over 1.4 million in total. United States Jamaica’s primary source market

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