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Airliner graveyard

Here’s a short video (in case you haven’t seen it) about the last flight of a Qantas Boeing 767, VH-OGG, where it has been mothballed in the Mojave Desert. 30 more words

Delta to restart seasonal flights to Dublin from Atlanta

Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) will restart its seasonal nonstop flight between Dublin International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, effective March 30, 2015. The daily flight will complement Delta’s existing daily nonstop service between Dublin and New York-JFK. 115 more words


Marlins Will Be Flying First Class This Season In New Plane

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JUPITER (CBSMiami/AP) — The Miami Marlins’ roster wasn’t the only thing to get an upgrade in 2015.

At 23, Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich is young enough to appreciate the team’s roomy new plane, because he remembers all too well riding in cramped minor-league buses. 665 more words


Delta makes changes to its SkyMiles program

Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) has announced these changes to its SkyMiles program:

Delta Air Lines is updating the SkyMiles program with several changes to improve the program as members earn status and redeem miles for Award tickets. 433 more words


WestJet announces Boeing 767-300 flights between Calgary and Honolulu, Calgary and Maui and Edmonton and Maui

WestJet (Calgary) today announced flights between Alberta and Hawaii beginning in December are available for booking on its newly-acquired Boeing 767 wide-body aircraft. The 767, the first in the WestJet fleet, will operate between Calgary and Honolulu, Calgary and Maui and between Edmonton and Maui. 148 more words


Cargojet paints its first aircraft for the Purolator contract

Cargojet Airways (Hamilton) has painted the first aircraft for the new Purolator contract.

Cargojet is taking over all Canada Post/Purolator flying after beating out Kelowna Flightcraft for the new contract. 149 more words


JAL to expand Wi-Fi service on its Boeing 767-300 ERs and 787-8 Dreamliners

Japan Airlines-JAL (Tokyo) has been introducing its in-flight Wi-Fi service since July 2012 with its Boeing 777-300 ERs. The airline will start to include Boeing 767-300 ERs and Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners to introducing its  JAL SKY Wi-Fi service on more Europe, North America and long-haul Asia routes from March 3, 2015. 157 more words