MAX cuts stretching into peak Summer 2019 season

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

Even as Boeing suggests the testing for its updated 737 MAX software is progressing well its airline customers are scrubbing the type from their schedules. Southwest is the latest to make a move, planning to be without the type for months to come.
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MAX cuts stretching into peak Summer 2019 season

Written by Seth Miller @ PaxEx.Aero

Even as Boeing suggests the testing for its updated 737 MAX software is progressing well its airline customers are scrubbing the type from their schedules. Southwest is the latest to make a move, planning to be without the type for months to come.
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DLD 233: A little sketchy

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

Norwegian finally got out of Iran and American wants to spread some luxury around, if you’re willing to pay. Plus, sketchy bookings now have a friendly home online.
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U.S. Department Of Transportation Fines American Airlines & Delta Air Lines For Tarmac Delays

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

Delta & American AirlinesU.S. Department of Transportation yesterday issued two consent orders against American Airlines and Delta Air Lines for multiple tarmac delay violations. American Airlines was fined $1 million and Delta Air Line $750.000. Airlines, however, don’t need to pay (unfortunately) full amounts to DOT. Here’s the rule: U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced a new […]

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Delta puts the A330neo on its schedule

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

Want to fly Delta’s brand new A330neo? The first (currently) scheduled opportunity will be the July 1 departure from Seattle to Shanghai, China.
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Hawaiian Seeks Three More Flights to Haneda

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

Twelve more slots are becoming available at Tokyo Haneda International Airport.  However, U.S. airlines are applying for 19 slots altogether.  And of that those 19 flights, Hawaiian seeks three more flights to Haneda.   According to FlightGlobal, the Japanese government is releasing 12 more slots at Tokyo Haneda for U.S. Flights.  Those slots become available […]

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Welcome to the 2019 Haneda Slot Lottery!

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

Which airlines and passengers will win the next round of Haneda slot allocations? Four carriers applied to add 19 flights for Summer 2020. Alas, only 12 slots are available.
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Welcome to the 2019 Handea Slot Lottery!

Written by Seth Miller @ PaxEx.Aero

Which airlines and passengers will win the next round of Haneda slot allocations? Four carriers applied to add 19 flights for Summer 2020. Alas, only 12 slots are available.
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Review: Delta Air Lines 2767 SLC-HNL

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

As was the case on my outbound flight, my flight home was once again on Delta.  And like my outbound flight, Delta Air Lines 2767 SLC-HNL exemplified a superior overall experience than many other domestic airlines. While my time in the Sky Club lounge in Salt Lake City wasn’t as good as in Honolulu, it was […]

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Review: Delta Sky Club Salt Lake City

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

Salt Lake City is a Delta hub, so I wanted to check out their Sky Club there to compare it to the Honolulu one.  And, I ended up having a ton of time at SLC, so I did get to spend time in the Delta Sky Club Salt Lake City. On my departure day from […]

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Delta Milestones Website

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

Delta MilestonesDelta Air Lines has launched interesting Milestones website to celebrate frequent fliers and employees for their achievements in 2018. We learn that the youngest million miler is 24 year old from Los Angeles and that the most frequent flier in 2018 flew 473,267 miles. You can access the Milestones website here. Here are some tidbits: […]

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