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A Frontier Airbus A320 departs Las Vegas. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Frontier Airlines Announces Latest Network Expansion

Denver-based Frontier Airlines announced on Tuesday that it is expanding its network with 20 new routes and five new cities, including service to its 7th New York airport: Stewart International in New Windsor. The flights, which will primarily operate out of Orlando International Airport, will begin in November to meet winter demand to sunny destinations. To celebrate the expansion, the airline is offering introductory fares starting at $25 one-way. 20 New Routes and Five New Cities Frontier is starting service to…

Delta Announces Massive Hiring, New Customer Satisfaction Measures

In a letter directed to its employees, Delta CEO Ed Bastian has acknowledged that there are serious shortcomings in customer service as passenger demand is ramping quickly up, and in more than one occasion the current structure has failed to take care of customers needs. "After a year of lockdowns,…

WestJet, KLM Expand Codeshare To Prepare For International Travel

The summer travel season has reached its peak, and several countries already reopened their borders with relaxed entry requirements and have eased Covid-19 mandates. As a result, several major airlines have revived key routes and unveiled new flight operations to recapture as much of the market as possible since the…

Travel Bubble Between South Korea, Saipan Has Launched

South Korea and Saipan, the US territory in the Pacific Ocean have inked the travel bubble agreement. However, the travel demand was remained weak in South Korea as the country is seeing the fourth wave of the coronavirus. Asiana Airlines, the second largest carrier in South Korea, and Jeju Air,…

LATAM Brasil Outlines Growth Plans

As Brazil is through its worst phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and the vaccination campaign ramps up, airlines that operate domestically are starting to feel the effect of increased demand. This time, contrary to the shattered hopes and brief rebound of later 2020 (or, as it is called in Brazil,…

A First Look at Air France’s New Airbus A220

On Monday, Air France's brand new Airbus A220 rolled out of the paint shop sporting a sleek, elegant look. The aircraft, which will be delivered in September, is the first of 60 A220-300s the airline has on order. The addition of the A220 into Air France's fleet should prove beneficial…

Eurowings Discover Inaugurates its First Long-Haul Service with flights to…

Lufthansa Group's newest airline, Eurowings Discover, yesterday made its first commercial long-haul flight, inaugurating its flights to Mombasa's Moi International Airport and then onwards to Zanzibar, Tanzania. After obtaining its Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) by the German Federal Aviation Authority on June 16, Eurowings will be commencing flight operations under…

Air Canada Looking Toward Slow, Steady Recovery

More than a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, many airlines have returned to operating bolstered schedules with flights filled with passengers once again. Airports have been busy and airlines have ramped up flight schedules and opened up recruitment drives as air travel returns to a new, yet familiar normal. The…

American Airlines Reports First Profit Since the Start of the…

On Thursday, American Airlines revealed its numbers for the second quarter of 2021, posting its first profit since the beginning of the pandemic. Specifically, the Fort Worth, Tex.-based carrier totaled a $19 million net profit, boosted by funds via the U.S. government's Payroll Support Program - PSP. The Numbers During…

Breeze Airways Faces a Lull Following Schedule Changes

Breeze Airways, an upstart carrier founded by the creator of jetBlue Airways, David Neeleman, has already hit some bumps in one of their inaugural flights and has announced the reduction of some flights. In addition to jetBlue and Breeze, David Neeleman also founded Brizillian carrier 'Azul' and Canadian airlines 'WestJet'.…