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China Will Experiment Letting Airlines Set Their Own Prices

China is beginning to liberalize in much the same way the US did 40 years ago. In 1976 – two years prior to deregulation – the Civil Aeronautics Board ‘experimented with price competition’. China is doing that, allowing airlines to set...Show More Summary

American Airlines Gets Played By Delta — Again

American Airlines keeps playing Delta's 'greater fool'. The biggest move was giving up their reach into India and the surrounding region, tricked by Delta. in a play that helps Delta and no one else. This time they've been put in check by Delta in China. Continue reading American Airlines Gets Played By Delta — Again...

Alaska and Virgin America Merger Updates for 2018 and Beyond

When airlines merge there are many, many different steps that happen along the way until the airlines are truly one entity. This process literally takes years, and if you don’t regularly fly the airlines at hand, it can be very easy to lose track of where they are in the process. Show More Summary

Airbus has the airline it needs to save the A380, but it can't close the deal

Airbus may shut down the A380 superjumbo program without an additional order from Emirates. However, Airbus failed to secure an Emirates order in November because the airplane maker couldn't commit to the A380. Airbus needs at leastShow More Summary

Etihad Almost Bought the Worst Airline in the World

Pakistan International Airlines is the worst airline in the world. Best known for sacrificing a goat for safety and flying with more passengers than seats (and making customers stand for 1700 miles), the airline's CEO was actually detained...Show More Summary

Mysterious: Qatar Airways Offered 25% Stake In Unnamed US Airline Startup

Qatar Airways has been investing in foreign airlines the past few years, presumably as a way for the government to diversify their assets. They're not necessarily looking to fully integrate with these airlines, but rather they seem to...Show More Summary

Extreme airfare bargains for London, Paris and Rome

4 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Most folks don’t want to go to Europe in winter, so demand drops and airlines are forced to lower prices to lure travelers aboard empty planes.        

Slick Deals: €244 UK + Euro Cities To New York, Boston Or Los Angeles – On Top Airlines…

No – we’re not cramming you like sardines into the back of a super discount, budget airline. We’re talking about incredible deals to the places you actually want to go on top European airlines like Lufthansa, Air France and British Airways. Show More Summary

How to Check American Systemwide Upgrade Availability

One of the best benefits of American Executive Platinum status are the four Systemwide Upgrades (SWUs) you receive each time you qualify. SWUs are redeemable one-class upgrades on any American Airlines operated flight. The only issue is that the airline has to make SWU-eligible seats available for you to book them. If you want to […]

Brazilian Low Cost Carrier Gol To Fly To The US

Gol is a Brazilian low cost carrier that can probably be most closely compared to Southwest Airlines in the US. They're South America's largest low cost carrier, and Brazil's second largest airline, after LATAM Brazil. The airline presently...Show More Summary

Why did airlines decide that “1” isn’t first?!?

The number "1" comes first. Or sometimes the letter "A." These assertions are accepted nearly universally. Except if you're an airline. And it is really, really, really stupid. The post Why did airlines decide that "1" isn’t first?!? appeared first on Wandering Aramean.

17 Degrees in Atlanta in the Afternoon — and More Travel Waivers From Airlines

6 hours agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

Temperatures in the frozen tundra known as Atlanta are struggling to reach 20 degrees Fahrenheit today, as the strong cold front passed through last night and squeezed about an inch of snow from the air — and at currently 17 degreesShow More Summary

American CEO Doug Parker: At Least We’re Not Attaching Crew Seats to the Lavatory Doors

Over the weekend I wrote about problems with American's Boeing 737 MAX and in particular "design flaws" with the lavatory. It was revealing to me that American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says he hasn't flown on the controversial plane. I...Show More Summary

Airbus casts doubt on A380's future - CNET

7 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

The airplane maker's chief salesman warns that the A380 program may end unless Emirates airline commits to ordering more of the giant aircraft.

Airbus casts doubt on A380's future - CNET

7 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

The airplane maker's chief salesman warns that the A380 program may end unless Emirates airline commits to ordering more of the giant aircraft.

Alaska Airlines Lounge JFK Opening April 2018

Alaska's takeover of Virgin America closed in December 2016, and the two airlines have been making good progress when it comes to their integration. As we've learned from past mergers, it takes years and years for airlines to be fully...Show More Summary

Airline passengers cheer as couple wed on Southwest plane

A couple from Milwaukee have tied the knot at 30,000 feet in a surprise wedding in front of their family and friends. Jim and Sue Marino were traveling to Sedona, Arizona with 30 people.

Bankrupt airline Air Berlin is selling off entire stock

The German carrier, which was forced to cease operations at the end of October, has been instructed to auction off its entire stock to try and recoup some cash.

Southwest Agrees to Pay $15 Million Settlement in Price Collusion Lawsuit

Southwest Airlines has agreed to pay $15 million to settle a nationwide antitrust litigation. Passenger have accused the four largest U.S. carriers of conspiracy to raise fares by limiting the number of seats available to customers.

Norway aims for all short-haul flights 100% electric by 2040

All of Norway's short-haul airliners should be entirely electric by 2040, the country's airport operator said on Wednesday, cementing the Nordic nation's role as a pioneer in the field of electric transport. Avinor, the public operator...Show More Summary

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