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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


7 injured after Hawaii-bound flight experiences turbulence

HONOLULU (AP) — Seven people were injured Saturday on a United Airlines flight after the plane was struck by sudden turbulence, the Hawaii Department of Transportation said. 162 more words

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US Airways operates its last Boeing 767 revenue flight

US Airways (Phoenix) as planned, operated its last Boeing 767-200 revenue flight and retired the type yesterday joining partner American Airlines (Dallas/Fort Worth) in retiring the aging type. 171 more words


SkyGreece Airlines to connect Toronto and Zagreb this summer

SkyGreece Airlines (Athens) has announced it will start weekly seasonal operations between Toronto (Pearson) and Zagreb, Croatia on June 22, 2015 with its 274-seat Boeing 767-300 ERs. 10 more words


Video: Inside the cockpit of the last QANTAS Airways Boeing 767 flight

Video: QANTAS Airways. On December 27, QANTAS Airways said goodbye to the final Boeing 767 in the QANTAS fleet. The 767 has been in the QF fleet since July 1985 and has carried nearly 168 million passengers on over 927,000 flights. 18 more words


American Airlines' pilots approve the new five-year contract

American Airlines (Dallas/Fort Worth) has announced its 15,000 pilots have ratified the new contract. The company issued this statement:

The Allied Pilots Association (APA), representing 15,000 pilots at American Airlines, announced its members have approved a new five-year contract which provides immediate pay raises of 23 percent and subsequent annual raises of three percent for the next five years. 111 more words


Business Air is grounded, passengers are stranded

Business Air (Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi) was grounded by the DCA of Thailand. The DCA ordered Business Air to suspend all operations on January 16, 2015, leaving more than 1,000 passengers stranded. 60 more words