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UK Confirms Post-Brexit Aviation Deals

The British Government has outlined aviation arrangements with ten nations for post-Brexit flights. These include an ‘open skies’-style deal with both the United States and Canada. The UK Department for Transport (DfT) said the move would allow airlines to continue

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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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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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California Pacific Ready for Take Off

California Pacific Airlines (CPA) will begin service on November 1, 2018 offering flights within the Golden State and neighbouring Nevada. The new airline is based at Carlsbad/McClellan-Palomar Airport, around 35 miles north of downtown San Diego, and will launch with

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