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Air France-KLM, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Sign Definitive Agreements to Strengthen Trans-Atlantic Partnership

Air France-KLM, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Limited have today signed definitive agreements paving the way forward for their expanded trans-Atlantic joint venture: The Joint Venture Agreement signed between Air France-KLM, Delta and Virgin Atlantic sets out the governance as well as the commercial and operational terms of the expanded trans-Atlantic Joint Venture. Upon… Read More ›

JetBlue Grows International Presence with Expanded Service in Havana and Mexico City

JetBlue to Launch New England’s Only Nonstop Service to Havana and Offer Up to Three Daily Flights Between Havana and Fort Lauderdale JetBlue to Start New Nonstop Service to Mexico City from New York-JFK and Boston, Offering a Total of Six Daily Flights to Mexico’s Capital from Four JetBlue Focus Cities NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– JetBlue… Read More ›

Norwegian welcomes final approval from US Department of Transportation

Source: Norwegian Responding to news that the US Department of Transportation has approved Norwegian Air International‘s (NAI) application for a foreign carrier permit, a Norwegian spokesperson said: “We welcome the long overdue news that Norwegian Air International (NAI) has been awarded a foreign carrier permit by the US Department of Transportation.  “This approval finally makes it… Read More ›

Focus on Critical Safety Issues, Maintenance and Engineering Track Highlight IASS Agenda

Lithium batteries, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), automation and safety information protection are among the safety critical issues to be discussed at Flight Safety Foundation’s 69th annual International Air Safety Summit (IASS 2016) scheduled for Nov. 14–16 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. “We are very excited about this year’s agenda and about the experts from across… Read More ›

Total ban on carriage of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices

Following a joint directive from the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) and the United States Department of Transportation (DOT), Air New Zealand is placing a total ban on the carriage of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices from 5am (NZ time) Sunday 16 October 2016. These devices cannot be accepted for carriage either in person, in carry-on luggage, or… Read More ›

IATA Welcomes US Dept. of Transportation Tentative Approval of Resolution 787.

Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the decision by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) to tentatively approve Resolution 787. The Resolution is the foundation document for the New Distribution Capability (NDC), a travel industry-supported program launched by IATA for the development and market adoption of a new, XML-based data transmission standard…. Read More ›

US Airways Outlines Case For Brazil Routes With U.S. Department Of Transportation.

US Airways (NYSE: LCC) has filed a supplement to its March 4application with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for the rights to operate daily, year-round service between Sao Paulo, Brazil and the airline’s hubs in Charlotte, N.C. and Philadelphia. “US Airways’ application injects important new competition into a highly regulated market,” said Senior Vice President, Marketing and Planning Andrew Nocella…. Read More ›

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