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Amjet Aviation Company® is a highly respected Business Jet Aircraft Dealer & Brokerage firm specializing in the Purchase & Sale of some of the most high-demand business jet aircraft on behalf of a global client base including some of the world's most prestigious corporations, businesses and prominent ultra-high-net-worth individuals .

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ALASKA AIRLINES AND MICROSOFT SIGN PARTNERSHIP TO REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS WITH SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL FLIGHTS ON MAJOR ROUTES

Alaska Airlines | October 22, 2020

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Employees of Microsoft Corp. who travel between their global headquarters in Redmond, Washington , and California on Alaska Airlines will take more sustainable flights through the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to cover their business trips. SAF, provided by SkyNRG, is an important option for the aviation industry to reduce CO 2 emissions on a life cycle basis. This first US partnership of its kind is a model for other companies and organizations committed to reducing the environmental i...

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SPIRIT AIRLINES OBSERVES DECREMENT IN ANNUAL REVENUE, BETTING ON RECESSION-RESILIENT LOW-COST MODEL

Spirit | July 23, 2020

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Earnings season for airlines in the age of coronavirus means one thing: There are very few numbers that executives are excited to talk about. Spirit Airlines on Thursday was no exception. The ultra-low-cost airline reported that its total operating revenue for the second quarter was $138.5 million, a decrease of 86 percent year over year. But the airline is betting its low-cost structure could help it when the airline industry begins to recover. “We expect the rest of the summer to ...

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ATPCO INTRODUCES NEW REASSURANCE UPAS AT NO COST TO AIRLINES

TravelDailyNews International | April 08, 2020

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ATPCO has embarked on a pro-bono initiative to help airlines, sales channels, and people who fly, and we thought you might be interested in knowing about it. While most airlines have cut back schedules significantly or are even grounded at the moment, it’s a fluid situation. There are still many flights operating, some scheduled flights are being brought back into operation already, and there is still flight shopping for the future. Those traveling now - and those who will fly again in the...

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UNITED WARNS IT WILL LAY OFF 20 PERCENT OF ITS PILOTS WITHOUT MORE U.S. AID

United Airlines | August 27, 2020

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United Airlines is preparing for the biggest pilot furloughs of its history after announcing on Thursday the need to cut 2,850 pilot jobs this year, or about 21% of the total, without further U.S. government aid. Airlines, reeling from the devastating impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on air travel, have asked the U.S. government for another $25 billion to cover employee payroll through March. The first tranche, which banned any job cuts until Oct. 1, expires at the end of Septembe...

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Alaska Airlines | October 22, 2020

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ALASKA AIRLINES AND MICROSOFT SIGN PARTNERSHIP TO REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS WITH SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL FLIGHTS ON MAJOR ROUTES

Employees of Microsoft Corp. who travel between their global headquarters in Redmond, Washington , and California on Alaska Airlines will take more sustainable flights through the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to cover their business trips. SAF, provided by SkyNRG, is an important option for the aviation industry to reduce CO 2 emissions on a life cycle basis. This first US partnership of its kind is a model for other companies and organizations committed to reducing the environmental i...

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Spirit | July 23, 2020

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SPIRIT AIRLINES OBSERVES DECREMENT IN ANNUAL REVENUE, BETTING ON RECESSION-RESILIENT LOW-COST MODEL

Earnings season for airlines in the age of coronavirus means one thing: There are very few numbers that executives are excited to talk about. Spirit Airlines on Thursday was no exception. The ultra-low-cost airline reported that its total operating revenue for the second quarter was $138.5 million, a decrease of 86 percent year over year. But the airline is betting its low-cost structure could help it when the airline industry begins to recover. “We expect the rest of the summer to ...

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TravelDailyNews International | April 08, 2020

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ATPCO INTRODUCES NEW REASSURANCE UPAS AT NO COST TO AIRLINES

ATPCO has embarked on a pro-bono initiative to help airlines, sales channels, and people who fly, and we thought you might be interested in knowing about it. While most airlines have cut back schedules significantly or are even grounded at the moment, it’s a fluid situation. There are still many flights operating, some scheduled flights are being brought back into operation already, and there is still flight shopping for the future. Those traveling now - and those who will fly again in the...

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United Airlines | August 27, 2020

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UNITED WARNS IT WILL LAY OFF 20 PERCENT OF ITS PILOTS WITHOUT MORE U.S. AID

United Airlines is preparing for the biggest pilot furloughs of its history after announcing on Thursday the need to cut 2,850 pilot jobs this year, or about 21% of the total, without further U.S. government aid. Airlines, reeling from the devastating impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on air travel, have asked the U.S. government for another $25 billion to cover employee payroll through March. The first tranche, which banned any job cuts until Oct. 1, expires at the end of Septembe...

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