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The world's largest airline has started phasing out first class on most planes as passenger demand dwindles

Three-class cabins on international jets, once a hallmark of passenger pampering, are dwindling at the world’s largest carrier.

Waning customer interest in the costliest tickets prompted American Airlines to drop first class as it adds seats to its 47 long-haul Boeing Co. 558 more words


The Rock

It’s been a very busy week, I have my Nephew staying with me, and I have been showing him the sites of London one pub at a time, it’s very exhausting work but someone has to do it. 199 more words


Foreign Investors Rethink Enthusiasm on Myanmar Aviation

By Shibani Mahtani And Gaurav Raghuvanshi YANGON, Myanmar–Aviation, once thought to be one of Myanmar’s most promising sectors, is losing its shine with foreign investors, offering a window into the slowdown in investment into the country. 8 more words


Cathay Pacific to Launch Hong Kong-Boston Flights

By Joanne Chiu HONG KONG– Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. said Friday it plans to launch nonstop flights to the eastern U.S. city of Boston from May 2015 as the Hong Kong-based carrier looks to expand its long-haul offerings. 9 more words


Choosing Dedicated Carrier Services For Your Business

A dedicated carrier specializes in the transportation field of business, particularly in servicing companies under a contract of shipping goods by regional locations. Small to large businesses employ the services of dedicated carriers in order to reduce their liabilities and time in the management of fleet and employment for their transportation needs. 411 more words


Getting A Job As A Dry Van Carriers Driver

Truck drivers have numerous job opportunities in the trucking industry. The transportation business sector is a growing industry as the demands for their services both from small to large enterprises is growing. 472 more words


Jetstar Hong Kong Sells Three Airbus Aircraft to Reduce Operating Costs, Source Says -- Update

By Joanne Chiu HONG KONG–The Hong Kong unit of Qantas Airways Ltd.’s Jetstar Group has sold more of its Airbus fleet in a bid to cut operating costs as it struggles with prolonged delays in getting off the ground in the city. 8 more words