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JetBlue and Its New Startup Moxy Order 120 Airbus A220 Planes

By Kenneth Holland / January 3, 2019

JetBlue and its new parent startup Moxy has placed an order for 120 Airbus a220 Regional Jets. The order is specifically split to 60 planes for each carrier. “As we approach our 20th anniversary, the impressive range and economics of the highly efficient A220, combined with the outstanding performance of our existing fleet of Airbus […]

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IndiGo Expands Capacity Despite 2nd Quarter Loss

By Kenneth Holland / October 28, 2018

IndiGo, India’s largest domestic airline by market share, will add 30 per cent capacity this financial year to maintain dominance of the world’s fastest growing aviation market, although its parent company has just recorded its first quarterly loss since listing. The clear market leader with 189 planes and a 43 per cent share is unwilling […]

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Cathay Pacific Data Breach Hits 9.4 Million Passengers

By Kenneth Holland / October 28, 2018

Cathay Pacific Airways admitted a hacker gained access to information for 9.4 million of its passengers, bringing to light a breach that occurred seven months ago. The company said Thursday it had no evidence the leaked data had been misused. It operates in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, South East Asia, Middle East, […]

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Airbus’ Wilhelm On The Way Out As Corruption Probe Looms

By Kenneth Holland / October 27, 2018

PARIS (Reuters) – Airbus is close to naming an outsider to replace finance chief Harald Wilhelm after board moves to overhaul top management in response to a corruption probe hastened his surprise resignation in May, people close to the matter said. British and French authorities are investigating the use of middlemen in jetliner sales and […]

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Qantas Regional Flight Grounded After Incident with Parked Plane [VIDEO]

By Kenneth Holland / October 5, 2016

A runway incident at Paraburdoo Airport in Western Australia grounded a QantasLink regional flight after the plane possibly clipped another aircraft on the runway tarmac. QantasLink flight QF1837 was due to depart Paraburdoo for Perth at 4pm. As the Boeing 717 taxied along the runway about 4.30pm it came too close to a Network Aviation […]

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Indian Airline IndiGo Launches Child-Free Zones, People Aren’t Happy

By Kenneth Holland / October 5, 2016

Indian carrier IndiGo Airlines is testing a policy of child-free zones on its flights to keep ‘noisy’ kids from bothering adult passengers. In September, IndiGo announced it was designating rows 1-4 and 11-14 as “quiet zones” for anyone over the age of 12. The rows, including the exit row, reportedly have more leg room and […]

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Southwest Airlines Announces Major Fare Sale Starting at $49 One Way

By Kenneth Holland / October 4, 2016

Southwest Airlines is launching a three-day sale offering extra low fares for winter travel. Customers may take advantage of low domestic fares starting at $49, $79, $99, and $129 one-way to select destinations today through Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016, 11:59 p.m. in the respective time zone of the originating city. Seats and days are limited. […]

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Qatar Airways Nears Deal with Boeing for 30 Wide-Body Jets

By Kenneth Holland / October 4, 2016

Qatar Airways is moving closer to an order from Boeing Airplanes for at least 30 wide-body jets, according to a report by Reuters. Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker in August said his company planned to complete a “large” aircraft purchase. And if Qatar Airways ultimately selects BA for its aircraft purchase, both Qatar Airways […]

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