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American Airlines Changes Rebooking Policy

October 9, 2018 Daniel Morley

American Airlines has begun instructing their agents to follow a new policy when rebooking disrupted passengers. Their new policy will affect mostly passengers booked in economy class. The new policy is to not book disrupted

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A New Direction for Inflight Technology?

September 30, 2018 Parker Davis

In the early 2000s, Boeing announced its Connexion program, then a five-year-old research and development project created with the goal of bringing wireless connectivity to the sky. Lufthansa was announced as the launch customer for

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First Look: Delta Shows Off First Airbus A220

September 14, 2018 Ryan Ewing

Delta is pulling the sheet off of its newest jet. The Airbus A220, formerly known as the Bombardier C Series, is making its initial U.S. debut with the Atlanta-based carrier. The airline introduced its first

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Delta’s Plan to Offset Higher Fuel Costs

July 14, 2018 Hemal Gosai

Delta Air Lines released their second quarter earnings this past week. The investor community was looking forward to seeing how continually rising fuel costs in 2018 would impact the airline’s financial performance. Fuel prices were

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Delta Looking to Asia for Revenue Growth

June 29, 2018 Akhil Dewan

After Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines announced the resumption of its service to India, the carrier has stated that it is looking to Asia for future revenue growth. In a statement at the National Press Club

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