Category: 737-900

Alaska Begins San Diego to Orlando | Expands LAX – Anchorage

Alaska Starts Nonstop San Diego to Orlando Flights Flights between Sunshine State and Golden State have begun with Alaska Airlines flying between Orlando and San Diego five times a week. Joe Sprague, Alaska Airlines’ vice president of marketing, said, “We’re thrilled to launch our fourth new market in San Diego this year alone.” Sprague added, […]

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Unruly Flight Attendants Prompt Diversion

Fight on United 1214 between Raleigh-Durham and Chicago O’Hare We’ve all seen countless reports of air rage, typically an unruly passenger who has had too much to drink. The golden era of aviation is now a part of history – today it’s cost cutting and fitting as many passengers into an aircraft as possible. When […]

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Destinations: A Taste of Costa Rica

Welcome to Costa Rica! Pura Vida! Costa Rica is a small Central American nation packed with adventure. As the leaves start falling in North America, Costa Rica becomes a hot spot for sun worshipers, eco-Tourists, and adventure travelers. Whether you’re traveling solo, in a group, or as a family, you’ll likely fit right in. Looking […]

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DOT announces DC National Perimeter Exemptions

The Four Winners Are Flights from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport are not only slot restricted, but they’re restricted to a 1,250 mile perimeter by law.  Today, May 14, four carriers which proposed services are being provided exemptions by the U.S. Department of Transportation. Alaska Airlines – Washington National to Portland, Oregon (PDX) JetBlue Airways […]

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Coming Soon: More Legroom on Alaska Airlines

US Launch Carrier for Innovative – Award Winning Seat Alaska Airlines and Recaro Aircraft Seating have just announced Alaska Airlines as the launch customer for a new, innovative main cabin seat which provides passengers with more legroom. You may not see the seats immediately, but when combined with the Boeing Sky Interior with LED lighting, […]

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Spirit AeroSystems Recovery Looks Good

Recovery Continues at Spirit AeroSystems The National Weather Service Issued a Tornado Emergency Warning for Wichita, Kansas, on April 14, 2012.  The EAS was activated and sirens wailed as a a large violent twister was confirmed on the ground. Spirit AeroSystems was hit with what the National Weather Service has determined to be an EF-3 […]

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Spirit AeroSystems Closed | Workers Told to Stay Home

Spirit AeroSystems Closure Update Spirit AeroSystems will be closed on April 16, Monday and April 17, Tuesday, and it is likely the facility will be closed longer as result of a direct Tornado Strike.  Per a company release, all operations are suspended.  Employees have been instructed to not report to work unless specifically requested. Spirit […]

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Alaska asks to fly National-DCA – Portland – San Diego

Will An Act of Congress Be Granted?   National is one of the few US domestic, commercial airports in the nation that requires an act of Congress to add flights. To be considered for four roundtrip flights longer than 1,250 miles that Congress authorized last month, airlines are required to submit their application to the […]

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