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ROUTES Sep 12, 2023 Interested in Visiting Europe? Air Canada Will Serve Your Needs Are you interested in visiting Europe next summer? Air Canada is one airline that you can fly on if you're Canadian (or do a one-stop connection if you're American). The airline is adding new transatlantic routes and expanding existing routes from Toronto and Montreal. Read More →
NEWS Sep 11, 2023 Canada's Prime Minister Stuck in India After Aircraft Breaks Down Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had to extend his visit to India after his Airbus aircraft broke down. He went to New Delhi for the G20 summit and planned to return on September 10 before a technical issue forced the plane's grounding. Trudeau's aircraft has faced these issues multiple times in the past. Read More →
NEWS Sep 09, 2023 Emirates and Tennis: A Match Made in Queens Emirates will be the Official Airline of the US Open Tennis Championships yet again. This year's tournament, from August 28 to September 10, will be the 12th consecutive event that Emirates has sponsored. Emirates' long partnership with the US Open suggests that the airline has what it takes to gain further influence in the US market through sports. Read More →
NEWS Sep 09, 2023 How Airlines are Responding to Morocco's 6.8-Magnitude Earthquake On September 8, a 6.8-magnitude earthquake hit Morocco, killing over 1300 people. The quake struck the High Atlas Mountains, near the famous tourist destination city of Marrakesh. The damage to buildings and historical sites means that tourism will be unlikely to return to full force for the foreseeable future, leading to less flight demand. Read More →
NEWS Sep 07, 2023 Delta Air Lines Hires Tom Brady as Strategic Adviser Delta Air Lines will hire Tom Brady as a long-term strategic adviser through a first-of-its-kind multiyear partnership. The seven-time Super Bowl champion will bring his teamwork, performance, and perseverance expertise to the airline. Delta and Tom Brady have much in common: many consider them the greatest in their respective fields. Read More →
NEWS Sep 06, 2023 A Brand-New Luxury Airline From the Maldives: Can it Compete? A new airline is set to launch in the Maldives later this year. Beond is a luxury airline that offers flights for passengers exclusively in business class. On September 5, Beond announced plans to launch three routes from its hub at Velana International Airport (MLE) in the Maldives in November. Read More →
NEWS Aug 31, 2023 Could Foreign Airlines Expand in the US Through Baseball? The Dodgers Say Yes Many foreign airlines want to expand their presence in the U.S. market beyond simply offering nonstop flights. Baseball could be one way to do so since it's one of the most popular American sports. It worked for the Los Angeles Dodgers, who partnered with Emirates before switching to Taiwan's Starlux Airlines for the 2023 season. Read More →
NEWS Aug 31, 2023 Delta Sky Way Opens in Los Angeles 18 Months Ahead of Schedule Delta Air Lines and Los Angeles World Airports have announced the final major phase of their Delta Sky Way at LAX project. The $2.3 billion project at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) now connects Terminal 3 to the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Passengers can move between the terminals through moving airside walkways instead of buses. Read More →
NEWS Aug 29, 2023 Korean Air Will Weigh Passengers Before Boarding Korean Air will request passengers to weigh themselves at the airport before boarding their flight. However, the airline's goal is not to engage in body shaming or other forms of discrimination against passengers because of their weight. Instead, Korean Air wants to collect data to determine the optimal weight distribution on its aircraft. Read More →
NEWS Aug 28, 2023 Lufthansa CEO Becomes Flight Attendant on Two Flights Lufthansa's CEO, Jens Ritter, took a break from his regular duties to become a flight attendant on two flights. He was part of the cabin crew on a round-trip flight between Lufthansa's primary hub of Frankfurt Airport and the Middle East. Ritter wanted to work as a flight attendant to explore the aviation industry from a different perspective. Read More →