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Emirates Cuts U.S. Service Frequencies: Is It a Political Play or a Load Factor Dilemma?

Gulf carrier Emirates Airline has responded to the recent travel disruption caused by President Trump's administration by announcing a reduction in services to the U.S. A move to combat a "weakened travel demand" and a reduction in bookings will see some weekly frequency, and in some cases, daily frequency routes be reduced over the next few months. Starting from May 1, flights to Fort Lauderdale will operate five times per week, rather than the usual daily service. From May 23,…

Your #AvBriefing for July 7, 2016

After a day at the office dreaming of soaring through the air, or a day up above the clouds dreaming of spending time with your loved ones back on the ground, we've gathered the perfect evening cool-down for you. From airlines starting flights to Cuba to a 17-year-old landing on…

Airbus Opens First US Plant in Alabama

In an effort to compete for American customers on Boeing's home turf, Airbus has officially opened its first factory in the United States. Built in Mobile, Alabama, this brand new 53 acre facility will be tasked with building A320-series aircraft for airlines in North America in hopes of challenging both Boeing…