Aviation News

September 19, 2010

US Airways to Launch Dublin and Madrid Flights from Charlotte

US Airways will fly daily, seasonal service from their hub at Charlotte (CLT) to Dublin (DUB) and Madrid (MAD) beginning in May 2011.

CLT-DUB will be operated by Boeing 757-200 aircraft, while the CLT-MAD service will be flown with Boeing 767-200ER jets.

The airline announced the flights at the Routes YVR conference. Airlineroute.net first reported the announcement via Twitter.



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Southwest Airlines Announces Entry into the Hawaiian Market

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly announced on Wednesday evening, the airline’s intention to apply for ETOPS certification of their Boeing 737-800 for service to Hawaii. Kelly said “A day long-awaited by our customers, ...
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British Airways Arrives in Fort Lauderdale

British Airways begins service to Fort Lauderdale, its fourth destination in Florida, and its 25th airport in the United States.
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Norwegian Air International Launches Flights to Stewart International Airport

Norwegian Air International made history at Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, NY on Thursday with the launch of transatlantic flights.
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A JetBlue Airbus A320 like this one was diverted to Amarillo after the Captain suffered a panic attack. (Photo by Kaz T)

JetBlue Announces Philadelphia Flights Starting May 2013

JetBlue Airways on Thursday announced that it would begin serving Philadelphia with five daily Boston flights this May.
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Alaska's Disneyland Boeing 737-400 crosses paths with a Delta 737-800 in Seattle. (Photo by Andrew W. Sieber via Flickr, CC-BY-NC)

Delta Announces Major Seattle Expansion With New Flights to China, Japan and New York

A Delta expansion plan at SeaTac includes new flights to Asia and New York, a new Sky Club and expanded Alaska Airlines connections.
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