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EasyJet Boss Optimistic for Future Growth

April 1, 2018 Andy Nelson

Despite the recent disappearance of Air Berlin and Monarch Airlines from the skies, as well as Italian flag-carrier Alitalia’s ongoing financial woes, EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren is optimistic that his airline will continue to thrive

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A321LR Completes Its Longest Flight to Date

March 31, 2018 Pablo Diaz

When D-AVZO, the new Airbus A321LR’s test airframe, touched down on Toulouse in the early morning of March 30, it had completed its longest trip to date.  The 11-hour long flight departed La Pointe Larue

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Etihad’s Push for Profitability

March 18, 2018 Parker Davis

Once upon a time, Etihad Airways, for many, was the epitome of luxury in air travel. For many, they still are. With the Residence – a true three-room apartment in the skies – sitting in

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A Big Step Back for Qatar Airways

March 11, 2018 Parker Davis

Qatar Airways announced on Wednesday they would report a “very large loss” for the current fiscal year as a result of a blockade placed on the nation by various other Middle East nations last June.

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