Archive for April, 2010


AIRES to Launch Bogota-New York Service

Aerovías de Integración Regional, better known as AIRES, says it will begin service from the Colombian capital to New York-JFK.
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Name the Badger! Latest Frontier Airlines Spokesanimal Joins Fleet This Saturday

An Embraer E-190 wearing a Wisconsin Badger on its tail was unveiled Thursday, marking the seventh animal species represented on Frontier aircraft.
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Southwest Fined $200,000 for Bumping Passengers

Despite its stellar record of passenger care, Southwest has been caught breaking federal rules with regards to how it treats passengers bumped from oversold flights.
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US Airways (N767UW) and Northwest (N371NB) Airbuses taxi to the active at LaGuardia with the classic control tower and Central Termi

Port Authority Boss: LaGuardia Airport Should Be Torn Down

The head of the agency which runs New York's airports says the only way to fix LaGuardia is to tear it down and rebuild it from scratch.
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On This Day in Aviation History: April 27th

The Airbus A380 makes its maiden test flight, Pioneer 10 contacts earth for the last time, some tragic crashes involving Thai Airways, Aviateca, American Airlines and Aeroflot and more!
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