Monthly Archive: November 2011

Airline “Scare Tactics” Follow Tarmac Delay Fines – PR Newswire

NAPA, Calif., Nov. 16, 2011-  In the wake of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) recent landmark decision to fine American Eagle $900,000 for the May 29th stranding of nearly 600 passengers on Chicago O’Hare’s tarmac, it appears that the airline industry has resorted to scare tactics in another attempt to halt the advance of …

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New Dulles to Manchester UK Service announced by UA/CO – Airports International

United Continental Holdings, Inc, has announced today that United Airlines will launch a daily non-stop service between Manchester Airport, UK, and Dulles International Airport in Washington, DC. Subject to government approval, it is hoped the new service will start in May 2012. Bob Schumacher, United’s MD in the UK and Ireland, commented: “As well as …

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Spirit Airlines Signs MOU for 75 Airbus Aircraft – Yahoo! Finance

MIRAMAR, Fla., Nov. 15, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Spirit Airlines and Airbus announced today that they have entered into a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) for a significant addition to Spirit’s existing aircraft purchase order with Airbus. The MOU contemplates an order of 75 A320 family aircraft consisting of 30 of the existing aircraft model …

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New York to Get Flights on Hawaiian Airlines – TheStreet

Hawaiian Airlines (HA_) said it will begin non-stop Honolulu-New York service next June. The Honolulu-based carrier will operate a new Airbus A330 seating 294 passengers, with just 18 seats in first class, on the route. The service will begin June 4, 2012. “We’re the airline of choice for millions of people on the West Coast …

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