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Aviation

Qantas retires 747-400s, orders new 787-9s

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qantas dreamliner787 9Qantas orders six additional Boeing 787-9s to fly on its international network, bringing its fleet of Dreamliners to 14 by the end of 2020. The arrival of the new aircraft will enable the airline to accelerate retirement of its last six Boeing 747s – an aircraft type that has been in its fleet in various forms since 1971.

Air Freight Growth Slows to 22-Month Low

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air freight loadingThe International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), rose 1.7% in March 2018, compared to the same period the year before. This was five percentage points lower than the February result and the slowest pace of growth in 22 months.

BA's Gatwick – Toronto service started

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torontoBritish Airways’ direct flight from Gatwick to Toronto launched on May 1, 2018. The new flight, which will operate three times a week, became British Airways’ first flight to Canada from Gatwick.

Uzbekistan Airways to receive another Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner

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uzbekistan airways DreamlinerThe NAC "Uzbekistan Airways" and the Boeing Company signed an agreement on the delivery of another “Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner”. Taking into account this additional aircraft, the national air carrier of Uzbekistan will have six airliners of this type in its fleet until 2020.

Alaska Airlines opens new Premium Lounge at JFK

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Alaska Airlines announced the debut of its first Alaska Lounge on the East Coast, opening at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). The new, reimagined lounge brings to life the company’s West Coast vibe with a cool, comfortable space to work or relax while traveling through JFK.

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World’s Most Valuable and Strongest Airline Brands

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airlinesThe latest report by Brand Finance, the world’s leading independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy, revealed world's most valuable and strongest airline brands. Despite its brand value falling by 7% to US$9.1 billion, American Airlines remains the world’s most valuable airline brand; Chinese and European carriers may soon get the top spot.

ANA launches Japan’s first Airbus A380 in Spring 2019

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ana a380 hawaiiAll Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest and only 5-Star airline, today announced the features of Japan’s first Airbus A380, launching in spring 2019. This aircraft will be introduced on ANA’s Tokyo – Honolulu service, and each cabin is specially designed to meet the passenger’s needs on this route.

Orlando's MCO to be first US airport to Utilize Biometrics

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The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) Board voted to position Orlando International Airport (MCO) as the first U.S. airport to fully deploy the U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) Biometric Entry and Exit Program.

biometric exit mcoBiometric Exit gate at MCO





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