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

Aircraft Orders and Deliveries

Delta Expects First A330-900neo Delivery in May

March 30, 2019 Jose Antonio Payet

Airbus has announced it expects to deliver the first A330-900neo aircraft to Delta Air Lines, its North American launch customer for the aircraft, by May according to conversations between Crawford Hamilton, Airbus A330 Head of

Routes

WestJet Begins Service to Atlanta

March 6, 2019 Peter Biondi

A special celebration at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Sunday marked the first WestJet flight to the capital of Georgia. The event included a special speech by the Atlanta Airport General Manager, John Selden,

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Delta Goes Big with A220 Launch

February 11, 2019 Thomas Pallini

The airline responsible for the Airbus A220 being called the A220 instead of the Bombardier C Series has finally begun revenue service with the aircraft.  Delta Air Lines marked a new chapter in its 90-year

Planes

Airbus Starts Off 2019 Strong

January 22, 2019 Hemal Gosai

Airbus is starting the year off strong with a new order after losing the aircraft delivery race in 2018 against rival Boeing, delivering 800 aircraft compared to Boeing’s 806. Boeing also soared past Airbus in

Aircraft Orders and Deliveries

Delta Extends and Increases Airbus A220 Order

January 9, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Delta Air Lines announced that it has reached an agreement with Airbus to extend its order book of the A220 by 15 aircraft, elevating the total to 90. This marks the first order of 2019

News

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

News

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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