Archive | July, 2007


That’s the spirit: Florida carrier wants to be asked

Spirit Airlines asks airports to ask for its service.

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The way to Santa Fe: upgrades attract service

New Mexico resort city extends runways, incentives, to attract regional jet services

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No Sopranos on board: Southwest seeks to entertain

Southwest takes a tiny step toward in-flight entertainment with downloads from a cable site

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It’s about time: Air India launches non-stop to New York

Air India is launching non-stop flights from Mumbai to New York with new Boeing 777-200LR aircraft.

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WIN – copies of Ryanair book

Win copies of book on Ryanair

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Silver, Stones: high-flying premium package pitch

Silverjet offers a seat at a Rolling Stones concert as well as a sleeper seat across the Atlantic as New York-London superpremium dogfights intensify.

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ANA’s Fly! Panda celebrates 20 years of flying to China

All Nippon Airways uses panda theme to decorate aircraft

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Virgin Blue unveils new long-haul name…

Virgin Blue reveals the new name for its long-haul arm

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Taxiing issue: a step backwards for Maine airport?

A Maine congressman wants to keep aircraft from having to taxi backward.

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Battle of the long legs: American, United go to beds

American, United battle it out for the sleeper seat market.

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