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Interjet Looking to Sell Its SSJ100s

September 13, 2018 Jose Antonio Payet

Following what could be denoted as a long and rough relationship lasting about seven years, Mexican hybrid carrier Interjet decided that it’s time to get rid of its Sukhoi Superjet (SSJ) 100 fleet, after major

Planes

First Boeing 777X Heads to Testing

September 9, 2018 Matthew Garcia

Boeing rolled out the first 777X-9 on Saturday evening. The aircraft, a first of its kind, is non-flyable and will be used for static testing for strength durability for nearly a year. While testing of

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The World’s Largest Airlift of Horses Is Underway

September 7, 2018 Hemal Gosai

For airlines, passenger transport isn’t the only the only profitable aspect of the business. Even passenger airlines often have huge cargo operations that are also extremely profitable in this increasingly interconnected global village. Just about

Routes

WOW to Launch New Service to Orlando

September 6, 2018 Jace Moseley

As the busy summer season for transatlantic airlines comes to a close, Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air announced on Wednesday its newest U.S. destination, Orlando, Fla. The Central Floridian city will be served from the

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