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Eastern Air Lines operates its first revenue flight

Eastern Air Lines (2nd) (Miami) after initially announcing it would start revenue passenger operations on the morning of May 27, the new airline and HavanaAir delayed the first charter flight to May 28. 62 more words


SAS signs a new one-year contract with the Norwegian Pilot Union (NSF), strike avoided

Scandinavian Airlines-SAS (Stockholm) has issued the following statement:

SAS has signed a new modern collective bargain agreement with the Norwegian pilot union NSF. The negotiations have reached its objective after a strike that lasted for seven days and involved 17 pilots. 116 more words


Transaero Show Off New Colours On A Brand New 737-800

Transaero last week received their latest Boeing 737-800, which as well as featuring the new ‘Sky Interior’ and WiFi capabilities, also features a whole new look for the carrier. 430 more words


Ryanair full year profit jumps 66% to €867 million on renewed customer service, will lease in six aircraft

Ryanair (Dublin) announced a full year net profit of €867 million ($947.7 million) for the fiscal year ending on March 31.

The company issued this statement: 1,609 more words


Choice Aire starts operations to Atlantic City with a Swift Air Boeing 737-300

Choice Aire (Miami) started public charter flights between Miami and Atlantic City on May 21 with the pictured ex-US Airways Boeing 737-3B7 N529AU (msn 24411) (below) operated by Swift Air (USA) (Phoenix). 18 more words


Delta to add two more routes from Seattle/Tacoma

Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) continues to expand its growing Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) hub.

Starting on April 4, 2016, the carrier will add the daily SEA – Boston route with Boeing 737-800s according to Airline Route. 52 more words


Transaero Airlines takes delivery of new Boeing 737-800 EI-RUR painted in the new livery

Transaero Airlines (Moscow) on May 22 took delivery of this new Boeing-direct delivery 737-800. The airliner, painted in the new livery, arrived at the Domodedovo Airport base in Moscow. 583 more words