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The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA-CWA) is the world's largest labor union organized by flight attendants for flight attendants. AFA represents nearly 60,000 flight attendants at 19 airlines, serving as a voice for flight attendants at their workplace, in the industry, in the media and on Capitol Hill.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES SEES ENCOURAGING DEMAND TREND

American Airlines | June 10, 2020

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American Airlines has transported an average of 127,000 passengers daily in June so far, up from a low of 32,000 passengers daily in April, as travellers once again take to the sky while the global coronavirus crisis enters its fourth month. President and chief executive Doug Parker told the Fort Worth-based airline’s shareholders on 10 June that the carrier is encouraged by the recent rise in demand, even though it builds on a very low base....

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GA TELESIS DEBUTS FREIGHT FORWARDING COMPANY GAT LOGISTICS SOLUTIONS GROUP

GA Telesis | December 29, 2021

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GA Telesis, LLC debuts GAT Logistics Solutions Group LLC (“GATLSG”), a wholly-owned global freight forwarding subsidiary that offers a complete portfolio of logistics services to the aerospace industry and time-critical verticals including healthcare, technology, retail, and beyond. GATLSG has a globally positioned team and robust network providing air, sea, and inland freight customers with customized worldwide door-to-door services. The new freight forwarding business offers cost-e...

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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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JETBLUE AIRWAYS TO FACE 80% LOSS IN THIRD QUARTER, POST PANDEMIC TURBULENT RECOVERY IN TRAVEL DEMAND

JetBlue | July 28, 2020

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JetBlue Airways on Tuesday said it swung to a loss in the second quarter and forecast that revenue will fall by about 80% in the third quarter as the coronavirus pandemic promises a choppy recovery in travel demand. The New York-based airline carried just 616,000 passengers in the three months ended June 30, down more than 94% from the 11 million who flew JetBlue in the same period last year. Revenue plunged about 90% to $215 million from more than $2.1 billion in the second quarter of 2019....

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AMERICAN AIRLINES SEES ENCOURAGING DEMAND TREND

American Airlines | June 10, 2020

American Airlines has transported an average of 127,000 passengers daily in June so far, up from a low of 32,000 passengers daily in April, as travellers once again take to the sky while the global coronavirus crisis enters its fourth month. President and chief executive Doug Parker told the Fort Worth-based airline’s shareholders on 10 June that the carrier is encouraged by the recent rise in demand, even though it builds on a very low base....

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GA TELESIS DEBUTS FREIGHT FORWARDING COMPANY GAT LOGISTICS SOLUTIONS GROUP

GA Telesis | December 29, 2021

GA Telesis, LLC debuts GAT Logistics Solutions Group LLC (“GATLSG”), a wholly-owned global freight forwarding subsidiary that offers a complete portfolio of logistics services to the aerospace industry and time-critical verticals including healthcare, technology, retail, and beyond. GATLSG has a globally positioned team and robust network providing air, sea, and inland freight customers with customized worldwide door-to-door services. The new freight forwarding business offers cost-e...

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

Directional Aviation | August 19, 2020

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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JETBLUE AIRWAYS TO FACE 80% LOSS IN THIRD QUARTER, POST PANDEMIC TURBULENT RECOVERY IN TRAVEL DEMAND

JetBlue | July 28, 2020

JetBlue Airways on Tuesday said it swung to a loss in the second quarter and forecast that revenue will fall by about 80% in the third quarter as the coronavirus pandemic promises a choppy recovery in travel demand. The New York-based airline carried just 616,000 passengers in the three months ended June 30, down more than 94% from the 11 million who flew JetBlue in the same period last year. Revenue plunged about 90% to $215 million from more than $2.1 billion in the second quarter of 2019....

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