Archive | March, 2013

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Ireland looks to Aer Lingus chief for help on turning postal round

Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller has obviously been impressing the Irish Government with his turnaround skills, as they are looking to tap his expertise to help turnaround the state-owned Irish postal service An Post as well.

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Spinetta hangs up his boots after offloading to de Juniac

Yesterday, Jean-Cyril Spinetta confirmed hints he’d been making that he would not see out the rest of his contract which runs to April 2014 and will step down as head of Air France-KLM in the summer on 1 July. Similar to the manner in which his beloved French rugby team turned to a trusted pair […]

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What’s New York doing in Atlantic City?

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) has turned its sights south to the New Jersey beach resort and gambling mecca of Atlantic City for the region’s future air transport needs. The authority approved a long-term lease to operate and maintain Atlantic City International airport from 1 July, at its meeting on […]

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Much ado about the American-US Airways west

What if the new American Airlines cut connections at its Los Angeles (LAX) hub to focus on origin and destination (O&D) traffic, while boosting capacity through Phoenix? Maybe good network sense, finds a Flightglobal Pro analysis. While cutting LAX is near blasphemy today as the airport is American’s only toehold on the US west coast, […]

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Delta at LAX – tell me something I didn’t know

So Delta Air Lines is expanding at Los Angeles. What else is new? The Atlanta-based SkyTeam alliance member has been dribbling out the expansion since December when it loaded flights between Los Angeles and Seattle (from 8 April). Flights to Nashville (from 8 April) were added in January, Anchorage (from 21 June), Bozeman (from 22 […]

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