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United Airlines Unveil “Evolved” Livery

United Airlines has rolled out a revised livery on one of its Boeing 737-800s. The new corporate identity features billboard titles, the carrier’s “Connecting People. Uniting the World.” slogan and a simplified, two-tone version of its Globe logo. Out with

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Paine Field Opens for Business

Alaska Airlines has become the first operator of commercial services from Paine Field/Snohomish County, Washington. The airport’s inaugural flight, to Portland, Oregon, departed earlier this month. The carrier connects Paine Field to Las Vegas/McCarran, Los Angeles, Orange County/John Wayne, Phoenix/Sky Harbor,

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United to Boost Premium Seating

United Airlines plans to add more than 1,600 new business class and first class seats across its domestic, regional and international fleet. The Chicago-based firm said the move was “the next step in its commitment to making customers more comfortable”.

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Bombardier Launches 50-seat CRJ550

Canada’s Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has announced the development of the CRJ550 aircraft. The manufacturer claims the jet will be the “first triple-class 50-seat aircraft in the world designed to meet the expectations of today’s passengers”. The aircraft will be based

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United’s Grand Plans for San Fran

United Airlines will bolster its operations from San Francisco as part of a major international expansion from the Pacific hub. Among the new routes are daily services to Amsterdam/Schiphol from March 30, three times weekly nonstop flights to Melbourne from

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United Confirms 787-10 Debut

United Airlines has announced six cities that will be the first international destinations to welcome its new Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner. Services from the carrier’s New York/Newark hub to Frankfurt, Paris/Charles de Gaulle and Dublin are among those featuring the 787-10

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United Boosts Commitment to Dreamliner

United Airlines and Boeing have announced the carrier is further expanding its 787 Dreamliner fleet. The new order for nine 787-9 examples is valued at US$2.53bn at list prices and is in addition the four announced in July. The Chicago-based

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Transatlantic Expansion for United

United Airlines has announced three new nonstop transatlantic routes for 2019. The carrier will add a year-round service from San Francisco to Amsterdam, and summer flights from Newark to Prague and Naples. The Illinois-based firm will fly its Boeing 787-9

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United Outlines MAX 9 Ops

United Airlines will put its first Boeing 737 MAX 9s into service on June 7.  The carrier will use the aircraft on flights from its Houston/George Bush Intercontinental hub to Anchorage, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, San Diego and Austin.  From June 29

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More A350s for United

United Airlines has expanded its existing order for the A350 from 35 to 45 aircraft.  The US carrier has also switched variants from the -1000 to the -900.  Despite being a long-term Airbus customer, the aircraft will be United’s first

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