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ADA - Aerodesierto Airlines ceases operations in Chile

ADA – Aerodesierto Airlines (Calama, Antofagasta) has suspended operations. The short-lived airline halted operations on July 15 per Alvaro Romero of ModoCharlie reporting from Chile. The last flight was flown by ONE Airlines Boeing 737-36N CC-AIT for the airline on July 19. 36 more words

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Jin Air celebrates the delivery of the first direct Boeing 737-800

Jin Air (subsidiary of Korean Air) (Seoul) and Boeing (Chicago, Seattle and Charleston) on July 27 celebrated the airline’s first direct-delivered Next-Generation 737-800 in Seattle. 65 more words

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NTSB blames the Southwest Airlines captain for his "failure to comply with standard operating procedures" for the July 22, 2013 hard landing at New York's LaGuardia Airport

National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) (Washington) has issued this statement and report on the July 22, 2013 hard landing of a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-7H4 (N753SW) at New York’s LaGuardia Airport: 233 more words

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WestJet increases nonstop service from Edmonton

WestJet (Calgary) today announced new nonstop service between Edmonton and Nanaimo, British Columbia, as well as more flights between Edmonton and Grande Prairie, Kelowna, Regina and Saskatoon. 112 more words

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Ryanair's fiscal first quarter profit is up 25% to €245 million, load factor climbs to 92%

Ryanair (Dublin) today reported on its fiscal first quarter financial results. The company reported a first quarter net profit after taxes of €245 million ($271.1 million), up 25 percent from the same quarter a year ago. 1,289 more words

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Myanmar National Airlines launches route between Yangon and Singapore

A few years back Myanmar decided to open up and the United States lifted sanctions against the country, resulting in the deal of new Boeing 737-800s for the country’s fledgling airline – the… 373 more words

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Southwest's flight attendants vote down the tentative agreement

Southwest Airlines‘ (Dallas) flight attendants have turned down the tentative contract by a large 87 percent margin. The airline issued this statement:

Southwest Airlines (LUV) has announced that its Flight Attendants have voted down a tentative agreement that would have ended two years of negotiations. 250 more words

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