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Iberia Announces First Airbus A350 Long-Haul Route

During an event at Fitur, the International Tourism Fair in Madrid, Spanish airline Iberia announced the first route for its new Airbus A350-900 aircraft to New York's JFK Airport. However, the airline did not go as far as to announce a start date for the aircraft, and no updated schedule including the A350 has been published. While details about the new route are still limited, and there has yet to be a press release published by the airline, AirlineGeeks has…

Porter Airlines: A Journey to Bring Luxury to Regional Travel

Disclaimer: This article may contain opinions from the author based on his first-hand experiences with this airline.  In Canada, a small airline based in Toronto is redefining the term "regional airline." Porter Airlines, with its main hub at Toronto's Billy Bishop City Airport and a fleet of Bombardier Q400 aircraft,…

Southwest Continues International Expansion, Adds New Flights from St. Louis…

After starting with their first international operations by taking over AirTran, Southwest has kept their foot on the gas when it comes to adding flights and expects to see even more expansion during the winter season. St. Louis and Nashville will see new international routes thanks to the Dallas-based carrier…

SeaTac Airport: The Gateway to Northwestern Washington

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the main international airport for most of Western Wash.. It is officially located in Seattle, but is essentially 15 miles south of downtown. For the year of 2013, SEA was the 15th busiest airport in the United States in terms of passengers flown. For the…

PREVIEW: JetBlue Offers Sneak-Peek Into JFK’s New T5i

Today, New York-based jetBlue Airways gave us a sneak peak at the newly completed extension to its terminal at John F Kennedy airport which will officially start accepting flights beginning on November 12th. The new extension, given the name T5i, will have six international gates as well as immigration and…

World Airways Calls it Quits

After years of struggling to stay profitable, World Airways finally called it quits today. The airline’s parent company, Global Aero Logistics, decided after failing to find investors to resurrect the airline from bankruptcy to cancel all flights starting May 27. The airline is the second to claim bankruptcy in the…