Category: A330-300

Delta and Lufthansa Boast Largest WiFi Fleets

Largest Fleet Equipped with In-Flight Internet Delta Air Lines, based at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Intl Airport (ATL) was the first to claim dibs on having the largest fleet of aircraft equipped with Internet service. However, it’s only their domestic fleet equipped with Broadband Internet via GoGo WiFi (WLAN), including larger regional jet aircraft. The WiFi equipped […]

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Lower Fares for Flights Between Hawaiian Islands

New: Low Inter-island Fares on Hawaiian Air Hawaii, known to many as a paradise in the Pacific, is a highly diverse state with multiple islands, spectacular sunny beaches, active volcanoes, and unique landscapes which exceed altitudes above 10,000 feet. Hawaiian Air not only offers flights between the US mainland and the Hawaiian Islands but Hawaiian […]

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Turkish Airlines to Houston IAH | Extra New York Flight

Houston Bush Intercontinental to Istanbul Ataturk Intl Istanbul, where east meets west, will soon have non-stop flights to Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in the United States.  The new nonstop flight will begin on April 1, 2013, with four weekly flights to start.  Star Alliance partner, United Airlines operates a significant hub at Houston Intercontinental […]

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Turkish Airlines – High Speed WiFi and Live TV

First to Offer Live TV – Now WiFi over the Atlantic Turkish Airlines was the first to offer live, satellite TV across the Atlantic on September 23, 2011, with a new Boeing 777-300ER. Now, Turkish Airways, together with Panasonic Avionics Corporation, has added high-speed Wi-Fi broadband Internet access to its existing live, inflight television service […]

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Air Canada: CIRB Referal Stops Stike and Lock Out

No Disruption of Services at Air Canada Canada’s Minister of Labour, the Hon. Lisa Raitt, has issued a referral pursuant to the Canada Labour Code, to determine the activities that Air Canada may be required to maintain as relates to the health and safety of Canadians. As a result of this CIRB referral, the IAMAW cannot […]

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Cathay Pacific Rolls out Premium Economy

Cathay Pacific Starts Sale of Premium Economy Cathay Pacific’s new Premium Economy Class is now for sale for flight departing after April 1, 2012. In addition to providing a new, spacious seat and entertainment system, Cathay Pacific has specialized the entire customer experience.  To begin, the seat pitch is a generous 38 inches – six […]

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Iberia Pilots Strike February 13, 17, 20, 24, and 29

Iberia Pilots Union – SEPLA – upset with Iberia Express The pilots at Iberia are going on strike once again; this month they will be striking on February 13, 17, 20, 24, and the 29th.  The strike is a result of Iberia forming a new division known as Iberia Express, in order to reduce cost, […]

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Brussels Airlines to Launch New York JFK

Airbus A330 from New York JFK Airport to Brussels Hub On June 1st, 2012, Brussels Airlines will begin nonstop flights between New York’s JFK airport and the European Capital City of Brussels.  The flights will use newest Airbus A330-200 or A330-300 with the latest technology. The 1st of June, 2012, also turns out to be […]

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Cathay Pacific boasts New Premium Economy

Cathay Pacific Announces New Premium Economy Cathay Pacific has let the cat out of the bag with details of their long rumored new Premium Economy Class. The Premium Economy Product will be progressively rolled-out at the start of March 2012 and available for passenger bookings from April 2012 forward.  At the same time, the Cathay […]

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