Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Frontier Airlines Abandons Sacramento International Airport

American Airlines Lays Off 1400 People at Miami International Airport
Miami New Times (blog)
1,209 workers will find themselves out of work soon. American Airlines has filed a notice with the state that it plans to layoff 1,414 people between November 16 and December 16, just in time for the holidays. The vast majority of those jobs will be ...
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Qatar Airways introduces world renowned chefs
The chefs were unveiled at an international press conference in Doha, Qatar Airways' hub city, where they delighted the gathered media with a live cooking demonstration of some of their favorite dishes. Al Baker said: "Qatar Airways continues to ...
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Frontier Airlines Abandons Sacramento International Airport
Cutler added it's more expensive to operate out of Sac International because airline fees were raised to cover the $1 billion cost of building a new terminal. Frontier has been dropping flights from lager cities and adding flights to smaller markets in ...
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JAL's Stock Sale Finds Fans Overseas
Wall Street Journal (blog)
As Japan Airlines Co. prepares to start trading Wednesday, one question will be whether it can keep its droves of international investors happy. Airline stocks are often shunned globally for their volatile nature, so many analysts were predicting that ...
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United's Tarmac Delays in Chicago Storms Probed by US
Severe storms hit Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on July 13, shutting the ramp into United's gates and creating lengthy delays there and in other locations, according to an e- mail statement yesterday from the Chicago-based airline. Two United ...
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TEXT-Fitch rates Delta Air Lines Seattle project bonds 'B+'
Although SEA is not a hub or major airport for DAL, it is an important gateway for the airline on the west coast and a profit center for its maintenance services. DAL currently operates several flights from SEA to most of its major hubs and five ...
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Alaska Airlines announces nonstop San Antonio to Seattle flights
KSAT San Antonio
Alaska Airlines is now offering the first-ever nonstop flights from San Antonio International Airport to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The airline had their inaugural flight on Monday evening. Richard Perez, with the Greater San Antonio Chamber ...
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The incorporation of the 100th Airbus to the AviancaTaca fleet marks a major milestone in the Holding Company airlines' modernization process. • Thanks to Airbus, Avianca and TACA have always been one step ahead in incorporating state-of-the-art ...
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