LaGuardia

AA/US expand codeshare, EWR and LGA to get new terminals, UA debuts new eco-friendly cups

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I said it during the Senate Aviation Subcommittee hearings on Capitol Hill and now the “new” America Airlines (AA) is proving me correct. The AA/US merger what’s-down-is-up and what’s-up is-down claim that cutting the number of network airlines from four to three would improve competition is now clearly seen as cynical bald-face misdirection. AA’s new line-up service from LaGuardia makes that clear as a bell.

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Alaska Air takes on SLC, Christmas on the estate, building a better LaGuardia

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Qantas cuts 1000 jobs, mulls future of Jetstar and frequent flyers Qantas will cut 1000 jobs and will consider selling Jetstar, its low-cost subsidiary as well as its frequent flyer program. After pleading over the last two weeks for financial assistance from the federal government, Qantas said in a profit warning on Thursday that the […]

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New York through the years, AA reservation systems glitch caused delays, Eurostar revamps service

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JetBlue asks for app suggestions, air on planes isn’t safe according to BA pilot, passenger detained at LaGuardia for Spirit Airlines threat

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Run on the runway at LaGuardia, American pilots gets OK from FAA for iPads in cockpits, TSA running out of room for security lanes

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JetBlue introduces new service from LGA and DCA, the world’s best airport restaurants, airlines tests landing instructions from a satellite at SeaTac

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SWISS Airlines welcomes passengers aboard the NYC Time Square shuttle, Delta invests $1.4B in LaGuardia and JFK, the Las Vegas’ hangover bus, 787 powered by biofuel takes off

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Boeing delivers JAL’s first two 787s, Delta expands service from LGA after its swap with USAirways, Port Authority NY/NJ wants to fine passengers who don’t turn off cellphones and delay planes

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