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Aviation

airberlin announces flights to Toronto and Chicago

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airberlin announced expansion of its flight offerings for the summer of 2018. airberlin is planning the most extensive schedule in its history with around 100 long-haul flights per week.

Iberia promotes Madrid with a new safety video

Iberia and the Madrid Regional Government collaborate for a new jointly-produced flight safety video that will be shown aboard the Spanish airline’s more than 18,500 long-haul flights between Madrid and overseas destinations.

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Etihad Airways reports US$1.87 billion net loss

etihad a330 200Etihad Airways announced its 2016 financial results, recording a net loss of US$ 1.87 billion on US$ 8.36 billion in revenues as one-off impairment charges and fuel hedging losses weighed against a solid performance of the core airline. 

Airlines for America Urges Senators to Reject Massive Secret Tax Hike

counting dollarsAirlines for America (A4A) urged Senators to oppose the unreleased Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Subcommittee effort to increase the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) tax. While the Committee has not made the bill language public, airport sources indicate that the Subcommittee voted today to increase and nearly double the PFC tax from $4.50 to $8.50 which would result in a massive $3.2 billion tax hike on every air traveler who takes to the skies. 

Global passenger traffic growth continues in May 2017

istanbul ataturk dutyfreeAirports Council International announced that global passenger traffic rose a robust 6.2% in May year over year, in line with the year to date growth of 6.5%. The main growth driver remained international passenger traffic, which reached 8.1% year over year.

easyJet announces its Largest cabin crew intake

easyjet cabincreweasyJet, Europe’s leading airline, will recruit more than 1200 new permanent and fixed term cabin crew positions as the airline continues its growth. easyJet currently employs over 6,900 cabin crew who are at the forefront of the airline’s operations, ensuring the highest safety standards are met and providing friendly service for easyJet’s 70million passengers every year.

 

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