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New IATA Statement on Boeing 737 MAX

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged state aviation safety regulators to continue to align on technical validation requirements and timelines for the safe re-entry into service of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The announcement came at the conclusion of the second Boeing 737 MAX Summit organized by IATA.

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A new study ranked best and worst pet friendly airlines in the United States. Based on current available U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) data regarding pet incidents from 2017–2018, the study also revealed some pet-transport declines involving United Airlines.

American Airlines renews fleet

On Sept. 4, American Airlines will retire its last 26 McDonnell Douglas MD-80 aircraft. The MD-80, also known as the Super 80, was the workhorse of the airline’s fleet throughout the 1980s and beyond, providing customers and team members with heartfelt memories on adventures ranging from family vacations to key business trips.

Iran's Airspace is Safe and Open

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) banned the US carriers from Iranian airspace following the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC)'s shooting down of a US spy drone. Following the FAA’s announcement, major airlines including Qantas, KLM, British Airways, and Lufthansa announced that they will avoid flying in Iranian airspace.

Norwegian offers gate to gate Wi-Fi

Norwegian launched “gate-to-gate” Wi-Fi which gives passengers access to the airline’s Wi-Fi network as soon as they step on board the aircraft. Customers travelling on any route across Norwegian’s global network will now be able to stay connected for the entire duration of the flight from pushback to arrival at the gate.

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