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Hawaiian Plans ‘Longest Domestic Route’

Aloha Boston! Hawaiian Airlines is planning to fly nonstop to Boston/Logan from its Honolulu base from April 2019. The route, at 5,095 miles, will become the longest scheduled route in American history, and will be served using 278 seat Airbus

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First ANA A380 Takes to the Sky

The first of All Nippon Airways’ (ANA) Airbus A380s has lifted off from Toulouse, flying direct to Airbus’ Hamburg facility. Upon arrival, the aircraft will be painted in ANA’s special colour scheme and have its cabin installed. ANA is the

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Qantas Hints at London Non-stop Ambitions

Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce has made the clearest indication yet that the airline is serious about non-stop travel from Sydney to London. Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme, Joyce said the carrier could place an order for an

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Airliner World: October 2018 Edition Highlights

The October issue of Airliner World is on sale now, featuring: A FREE 24-PAGE Global Airline Guide. In this authoritative pullout supplement, we analyse market trends, airline traffic, alliances, start-ups and failures as well as aircraft orders and deliveries, offering a concise

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TAP Set for Dublin Return

Portuguese flag carrier TAP is returning to the Emerald Isle in style, with the announcement of a new double daily service to the Irish capital. TAP will operate two flights a day between Lisbon and Dublin starting on April 1,

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Boeing 737 Production Bounces Back

Overcoming its supplier bottlenecks, Boeing delivered 48 narrowbody 737s in August, compared to just 29 deliveries in July – one of the lowest monthly production levels for years. The Chicago-based firm said it was continuing to make “good progress” in

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Gears in Motion at Laudamotion

Austrian low-cost carrier Laudamotion has revealed a new livery and a boost in aircraft numbers. Airline bosses say nine additional Airbus A320s will join the company in time for the summer 2019 season representing a doubling of its total fleet.

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Gulf Air’s Hello to A320neos

Gulf Air has welcomed delivery of the first of its 12 new Airbus A320neo aircraft.  The arrival marks the latest milestone in a major fleet overhaul programme for the Bahraini flag carrier which has also seen three Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

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Double Chinese Delivery

Airbus has handed over the first A350-900s to Air China and Sichuan Airlines in a double celebration at its Toulouse facility. The flag carrier is the first Chinese airline to receive the A350 XWB following the delayed validation of the

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Hi Fly Adds A380 Capacity

Norwegian is the latest airline to have leased in Airbus A380 capability after agreeing a short-term deal with Portuguese charter specialist Hi Fly.  The low-cost carrier is using the recently delivered superjumbo 9H-MIP (c/n 006) to provide additional capacity while

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