Spirit Airlines, the ultra low cost airline has launched two new routes to further grow its presence at Dallas/Fort Worth. A new service to Boston using an A319. This flight will compete with American Airlines who offer over 50 weekly flights. Also, the airline will add services to Phoenix-Mesa operated with an A320. These two new flights means to the passengers more good news in form of choices and great fares.
Full flat beds are revolutionizing Delta Airlines’ long distance flights with the addition of them to the Business Elite sections on its 747-400 aircrafts.
These new acquisition are 20 percent larger than the current seats. They also include technology such as a power outlet, USB port, LED reading lamp & a video monitor showing 300 films, 88 hours of TV, 100 hours of HBO & Showtime shows, plus video games & music. Read the rest of this entry…
Bankruptcy protection doesn’t seem like an issue to consumers when flying on a carrier. In fact, passengers flew more miles on American Airlines on January compared to the same month last year.
American’s passengers flew 10 billion miles last month, which is up 1.4 percent from the 9.87 billion miles the year before. Read the rest of this entry…
Spirit Airlines said that a new Federal Regulation aimed at protecting consumers forced them to charge to all passengers an additional USD$ 2. for ticket.
“Department of Transportation Unintended Consequences Fee,” how the Airline called this fee and according to Spirit Spokeswoman Misty Piston, The fee was immediately added to each ticket.
From now, JetBlue airlines and Hawaiian Airlines are partners. This will allow to all passengers to fly on both carriers flight on a single tickets and also earn/redeem frequent flier miles.
The partnership follows Hawaiian Airlines´s plans to add New York service direct from Honolulu starting in June.
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Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue Airways have recently formed an alliance which will allow passengers to fly on both carriers on a single ticket.
This announcement follows Hawaiian Airlines’ plans to add a service to New York from its hub in Honolulu, starting in June. Customers on both airlines will be able to connect with those flights through JetBlue’s base at New York’s JFK. Read the rest of this entry…
American Airlines is receiving the new year and its international passengers offering them a new perk.
The carrier is providing a free glass of beer or wine to all travellers on flights between the US and Europe, Asia and some South American countries. This offering will begin on February 1st. Read the rest of this entry…
Delta Airlines recently announced that it will stop its service from Minneapolis to Pierre on January 15th.
This cancelation is due to a drop in the passenger numbers, but the travellers say they’ll miss the convenient connection to South Dakota’s Capitol.
Even though, in four week there won’t be any more Delta planes landing at the Pierre Airport.
“I think most people that use this, that do come out here on an annual basis, certainly will miss it especially if there’s no alternatives, absolutely,” Minneapolis traveler Rick Behnke said. Read the rest of this entry…
American Airlines increased the number of flights per day on routes Miami-Santo Domingo and Punta Cana- Miami. It also joined an aircraft with greater passenger capacity on the route from Santo Domingo to New York.
Beginning December 2, American Airlines added a new flight frequency to Miami InternationalAirportfrom Las Americas International Airport José Francisco Peña Gómez in Santo Domingo.
The airline also increased the daily frequency during the high season to Miami InternationalAirport from Punta Cana , providing the route three times a day. Read the rest of this entry…
Delta Airlines decided tu cut the route between Atlanta and Shanghai due to the flagging demand and the high fuel prices on January 18.
The service, which began in 2008, had been suspended before and brought up this June, but the poor performance “didn’t justify continuing it” said Trebor Bantetter, Delta’s spokesman. Business travellers lamented the lost of the service. Read the rest of this entry…