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VIETNAM AIRLINES LAUNCHES THREE NONSTOP DOMESTIC ROUTES FOR BETTER CONNECTIVITY AND TRADING BUSINESS

Vietnam Airlines | July 06, 2020

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Vietnam Airlines is stepping up its flying out of Da Lat in southern Vietnam. From July 2, the airline will begin flying to Can Tho from Da Lat. Shortly after, new routes between Da Lat and Hue and Da Lat and Thanh Hoa will begin. The new flights are aimed at improving connectivity and trade between Vietnams’ provinces and cities....

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PRIVATE JET OPERATORS ARE STEALING PASSENGERS FROM U.S. AIRLINES

Directional Aviation | August 19, 2020

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When most air travel in the United States effectively stopped in March, some private jet operators feared the worst, expecting coronavirus, along with the recession to come, would decimate their businesses. Instead, for many, the summer of 2020 has held up surprisingly well. “Business is very good, better than expected,” said Gregg Slow, president of FXAir, a charter company owned by Directional Aviation, one of the biggest brands in private aviation. “We had our...

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SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PUSHES AHEAD PLANS TO REVITALIZE TERMINAL 1

San Diego International Airport | August 04, 2020

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Fast-growing San Diego International Airport is pushing ahead with plans to replace its 53-year-old Terminal 1. A new state of the art 1.2 million square foot building with 30 gates will replace the existing 1960s era terminal. Construction is due to begin next year....

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AMERICAN AIRLINES REJECTS DELIVERY OF 17 BOEING 737 MAX AIRPLANES TILL FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS

Boeing | July 10, 2020

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American Airlines executives have told Boeing they will not take delivery of 17 737 Max airplanes unless the carrier can secure financing to pay for the aircraft, people familiar with the discussions told CNBC. The 17 Max planes are already built, but will not be delivered until the Federal Aviation Administration recertifies the aircraft and removes a grounding order, which is expected to happen later this summer or by early fall....

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Vietnam Airlines | July 06, 2020

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VIETNAM AIRLINES LAUNCHES THREE NONSTOP DOMESTIC ROUTES FOR BETTER CONNECTIVITY AND TRADING BUSINESS

Vietnam Airlines is stepping up its flying out of Da Lat in southern Vietnam. From July 2, the airline will begin flying to Can Tho from Da Lat. Shortly after, new routes between Da Lat and Hue and Da Lat and Thanh Hoa will begin. The new flights are aimed at improving connectivity and trade between Vietnams’ provinces and cities....

Read More

Directional Aviation | August 19, 2020

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PRIVATE JET OPERATORS ARE STEALING PASSENGERS FROM U.S. AIRLINES

When most air travel in the United States effectively stopped in March, some private jet operators feared the worst, expecting coronavirus, along with the recession to come, would decimate their businesses. Instead, for many, the summer of 2020 has held up surprisingly well. “Business is very good, better than expected,” said Gregg Slow, president of FXAir, a charter company owned by Directional Aviation, one of the biggest brands in private aviation. “We had our...

Read More

San Diego International Airport | August 04, 2020

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SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PUSHES AHEAD PLANS TO REVITALIZE TERMINAL 1

Fast-growing San Diego International Airport is pushing ahead with plans to replace its 53-year-old Terminal 1. A new state of the art 1.2 million square foot building with 30 gates will replace the existing 1960s era terminal. Construction is due to begin next year....

Read More

Boeing | July 10, 2020

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AMERICAN AIRLINES REJECTS DELIVERY OF 17 BOEING 737 MAX AIRPLANES TILL FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS

American Airlines executives have told Boeing they will not take delivery of 17 737 Max airplanes unless the carrier can secure financing to pay for the aircraft, people familiar with the discussions told CNBC. The 17 Max planes are already built, but will not be delivered until the Federal Aviation Administration recertifies the aircraft and removes a grounding order, which is expected to happen later this summer or by early fall....

Read More