Airports

Looking to Istanbul’s New Airport

November 4, 2018 Parker Davis

The opening of Istanbul’s new mega-airport, meant to help alleviate the difficulties that have arisen from operating the current Ataturk Airport at full capacity, has been plagued with difficulties and delays as the initial stage

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Mexico City Receives Lufthansa’s Airbus A350

October 29, 2018 Pablo Diaz

As a part of the effort to reinforce the seasonal extra offering, German carrier Lufthansa arrived in Mexico City International Airport this morning with an Airbus A350-900, instead of the regular A340-600. With a three-class

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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

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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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