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Provider of the world’s leading military flight trainer, the Beechcraft T-6 Texan II fleet of nearly 1,000 aircraft has logged more than 3.2 million hours across nearly a dozen countries worldwide since 1994. Purpose-built for light attack and counter-insurgency missions, the AT-6 Wolverine light attack aircraft capitalizes on a strong heritage and an established global logistics infrastructure at a fraction of the acquisition, sustainment and training costs of traditional combat aircraft.

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FRANCHISE PARTNER AIRLINK STEPS IN TO RETAIN FOUR AXED SAA ROUTES

FlightGlobal | February 07, 2020

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Airlink is to continue operating in its own right four of the routes being axed by its franchise partner South African Airways at the end of the month. The business rescue practitioners appointed to lead cash-strapped SAA – after it was placed in formal restructuring in early December – announced on 6 February that the Star Alliance carrier would drop a string of flights as part of a wide-ranging streamlining of its network....

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UNITED BETS ON SUN-SEEKERS WITH NEW FLORIDA FLIGHTS

United Airlines | August 12, 2020

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United Airlines is making a play for Florida this fall and winter, a bet that sun-seekers from northern states will become a bright spot for the carrier as it faces a bleak outlook for international and corporate travel because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Chicago-based airline said Wednesday that it plans to add up to 28 nonstop flights to the Sunshine State from northern cities to four Florida airports. Flights from New York’s LaGuardia Airport, Boston and Cleveland to Florida cities...

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SPIRIT OFFERING MORE THAN 30 FLIGHTS TO CANCUN FROM MAJOR US CITIES

Spirit | June 21, 2020

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As the travel industry begins to rebound from the devastating impact of COVID-19, many airlines finally feel safe enough to resume their flight schedules. Among them—Spirit Airlines. As reported by the Riviera Maya News, Spirit, beginning June 26, plans to resume more than 30 flights from major U.S. cities to Cancun, but the airline says that’s still dependent upon travel restrictions being lifted. During the last week of June, Spirit has 11 flights scheduled to the sun...

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ALASKA AIRLINES RAISES OVER $1 BILLION OF FINANCIAL HELP IN CRISIS

Alaska Airlines | July 06, 2020

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Alaska Airlines has raised over $1.1 billion through the issuance of Equipment Notes secured by 61 aircraft. The airline will use the money for general corporate purposes to help it weather the current crisis. This comes as the airline charts a path forward to remain competitive and preserve liquidity....

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FlightGlobal | February 07, 2020

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FRANCHISE PARTNER AIRLINK STEPS IN TO RETAIN FOUR AXED SAA ROUTES

Airlink is to continue operating in its own right four of the routes being axed by its franchise partner South African Airways at the end of the month. The business rescue practitioners appointed to lead cash-strapped SAA – after it was placed in formal restructuring in early December – announced on 6 February that the Star Alliance carrier would drop a string of flights as part of a wide-ranging streamlining of its network....

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United Airlines | August 12, 2020

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UNITED BETS ON SUN-SEEKERS WITH NEW FLORIDA FLIGHTS

United Airlines is making a play for Florida this fall and winter, a bet that sun-seekers from northern states will become a bright spot for the carrier as it faces a bleak outlook for international and corporate travel because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Chicago-based airline said Wednesday that it plans to add up to 28 nonstop flights to the Sunshine State from northern cities to four Florida airports. Flights from New York’s LaGuardia Airport, Boston and Cleveland to Florida cities...

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Spirit | June 21, 2020

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SPIRIT OFFERING MORE THAN 30 FLIGHTS TO CANCUN FROM MAJOR US CITIES

As the travel industry begins to rebound from the devastating impact of COVID-19, many airlines finally feel safe enough to resume their flight schedules. Among them—Spirit Airlines. As reported by the Riviera Maya News, Spirit, beginning June 26, plans to resume more than 30 flights from major U.S. cities to Cancun, but the airline says that’s still dependent upon travel restrictions being lifted. During the last week of June, Spirit has 11 flights scheduled to the sun...

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Alaska Airlines | July 06, 2020

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ALASKA AIRLINES RAISES OVER $1 BILLION OF FINANCIAL HELP IN CRISIS

Alaska Airlines has raised over $1.1 billion through the issuance of Equipment Notes secured by 61 aircraft. The airline will use the money for general corporate purposes to help it weather the current crisis. This comes as the airline charts a path forward to remain competitive and preserve liquidity....

Read More