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An Eastern Airlines 767 in the new livery. (Photo: Eastern Airlines)

Eastern Air Lines Lands in Europe

Eastern Airlines has announced its first transatlantic route, which will fly from Chicago to Sarajevo in Bostnia and Herzegovina. The bold move comes as the U.S carrier continues to chase profitable business opportunities outside of core markets that are well-served by traditional legacy carriers. Starting on May 28, Eastern will between Chicago's O’Hare International Airport and Butmir International Airport in the city of Sajarevo. Flights will run once a week and will take place throughout the summer season until September…

New Charter Operator Agrees to Atlantic City Base

The Atlantic City airport authority and a start-up charter operator have reached an agreement to make Atlantic City a base of operation for the airline. Global Crossing Airlines is attempting to gain FAA certification to begin operations as a charter operator. The airline, based in Miami, will look to operate…

Eastern Air Lines Returns to America’s Skies

For the first time in 23 years, Eastern Air Lines took to the sky again. On Friday December 19th, the new airline took delivery of their new Boeing 737-800 and officiated the new airline at a ceremony in Miami. The old Eastern Airlines was founded in 1926 as Pitcairn Aviation.…