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    Delta adds Orlando to Sao Paulo Flights

    by  • May 22, 2015 • Airlines, Airports • 0 Comments

    A Boeing 767-300ER, the same type that will operate the new route to Sao Paulo (Photo by Kyle Dunst)

    In a press release today, SkyTeam member Delta Air Lines announced their intentions to begin direct flights from Orlando, Florida to Sao Paulo, Brazil. The flights are scheduled to begin as soon as this December, subject to approval from the U.S. and Brazilian governments. The flight will operate 4 times a week on Boeing...

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    How the Boeing 787 is Opening New Air Markets

    by  • May 21, 2015 • Airlines, Airports, Manufacturers • 2 Comments

    My first B787 flight. I took All Nippon Airways (ANA) from Singapore to Tokyo-Haneda last year. (Photo by Kyle Dunst)

    The past decade has been characterized by rapid globalization and technological innovation. As more and more people are traveling across oceans and continents for business, tourism, diplomacy and pleasure, there is an increased need for airlines to develop stronger international route networks. One aircraft that has been instrumental in the growth of the global...

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    Qatar Airways Announces Huge US Expansion

    by  • May 4, 2015 • Airlines • 1 Comment

    The Qatar Airways A350 (Photo from Qatar Airways)

      Ever since the three major U.S. airlines (Delta, United & American) began accusing the “Middle East Three” (Emirates, Qatar Airways & Etihad) of having an unfair competitive advantage in international air service due to alleged government subsidies, the Gulf Carriers have been even more aggressive when it comes to offering new routes to...

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