Category: A330 (all types)

Delta Narrowbody Fleet Renewal

Delta Air Lines has ordered an additional 15 Airbus A321 aircraft as part of their fleet renewal program. The announcement came from Doha, Qatar, where the International Air Transport Association (IATA) is meeting. Delta already has 30 A321’s on order, which brings new orders for the A321 to a total of 45. It’s widely speculated […]

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Volcanic Ash Disrupts Australia & Indonesia Flights

Indonesia has nearly 130 active volcanoes. One particular volcano, Mount Sangeang Api, located on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa is disrupting air traffic between Australia, Singapore and Indonesia. The ash plume has reached heights in excess of 50,000 feet and has created chaos with flight cancellations. At the moment, the airport in Darwin (DRW) is […]

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Detroit-Metro Airport – Worst to First

Detroit Metro Airport, Top 5 US Airports   Overview of Detroit-Metro Airport by Steve Richardson of FlyersPulse.com, conducted between July 8, 2013, and October 2, 2013. The Davey, Smith, and Berry Terminals have become a chapter in aviation history as the new E.H. McNamara and North Terminal were built at Detroit-Metro Airport. The improvements have […]

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RAVE Between The European Capital and United States

Belgian Aviation Returns to the United States Louisville, KY – March 5, 2013 (FlyersPulse.com) – Brussels Airlines soared into New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport last June, bringing Belgian aviation back to the United States after an absence of 10 years. A sporty Airbus A330-300 outfit with the latest in technology and creature comfort […]

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Allegiant Launches Non-Stops to Honolulu

Budget Airline – Allegiant – Celebrates Honolulu Inaugural Flights February 9, 2013 – (Louisville, KY): Welcome to Honolulu International Airport (HNL), The Gateway to The Aloha State. Budget carrier, Allegiant (G4), is launching inaugural flights between Phoenix-Mesa Airport (IWA), Boise (BOI), and Spokane (GEG) to Honolulu International Airport (HNL) this weekend. The flights are operated […]

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Hawaiian To Tap New Markets with Airbus A321neo Aircraft

Hawaiian Looks to the Future with long-range, single aisle Hawaiian Airlines, known for their all widebody flights between North America to Hawaii, will be adding 16 long-range, single aisle aircraft to their fleet starting in 2017. The new single aisle type is the Airbus A321neo and will allowHawaiian Airlinesto open up new routes from smaller […]

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Delta and Virgin Atlantic to Team Up with JV

Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic agree to trans-Atlantic Joint-Venture United States based Delta Air Lines and British based Virgin Atlantic reached an agreement for a new joint venture that will create an expanded trans-Atlantic network and enhance competition between the U.K. and North America. Pending anti-trust approval, Delta will invest $360 million in Virgin […]

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Airberlin to Arrive in the Windy City

Airberlin to Begin Non-Stop Flights to Chicago Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, welcomed airberlin’s commitment to service Chicago O’Hare Airport (ORD) at a meeting with Hartmut Mehdorn, CEO airberlin, Paul Gregorowitsch, CCO airberlin and Burkhard Kieker, CEO visitBerlin on November 30, 2012. The inaugural flight from Berlin (TXL) will take to the skies on March […]

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US Airways Merger Can’t Fix American Airlines Problems

AMR Requests Bankruptcy Court Extension AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle, remains in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection and has asked the court for an additional six weeks to finish their bankruptcy-restructuring plan. The best outcome for American Airlines, their employees, and consumers is to exit bankruptcy as a stand-alone airline. […]

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Hawaiian Airlines Lands in Brisbane

Hawaiian Launches Service to Australia’s Sunshine State Hawaiian Airlines continues its international expansion with non-stop flights to Brisbane, Australia, the capital city of Queensland. The flight will operate with a Boeing 767-300ER, a twin-aisle wide-body aircraft, seating 18 in Business Class and 246 in the Main Economy Cabin. Passengers on the inaugural flight from Honolulu […]

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