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Airlines will give customers a non-binary sex choice during the booking process

DALLAS – Major US airlines have announced that they will soon modify their ticketing process to give passengers the opportunity to identify themselves as anything other than a man or a woman. The gender option on airline sites will soon… Continue Reading →

The airline Flybmi attributes "Brexit uncertainty" to the extent that it cancels operations and records for the administration

Flybmi became the last wounded of the airline, leaving thousands of passengers stranded and many more with early bookings now worthless. The deficit carrier, based at the East Midlands airport, said that it had ceased operations and that it was… Continue Reading →

Flybmi: Derry Airport looking for a new airline

Legend City of Derry Airport is owned by Derry City and Strabane City Council Derry City Airport is urgently seeking a replacement airline for its London route after Flybmi has requested its administration. Urgent discussions are underway between the airport,… Continue Reading →

A man arrested for attempting to breach security at Orlando International Airport, authorities say

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The & # 39; war & # 39; fictional Netanyahu, a video leak, a broken plane and a diplomatic snafu

The accident at the airport that caused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plane to fly to Warsaw was the finishing touch of a three-day trip that included a false declaration of war, a video leak and an attack. diplomatic relations with… Continue Reading →

The youngest client to date. Little boy born aboard a JetBlue flight to Fort Lauderdale

A major complaint among frequent travelers, up there with a reduced space for legs and sick neighbors, is that too many babies howl in the plane. But JetBlue passengers heading to Fort Lauderdale on Friday night had one more baby… Continue Reading →

US military planes carrying aid arrive near the Venezuelan border

Two US Air Force cargo planes landed Saturday in the Colombian city of Cucuta. This cargo is part of the plan of the self-proclaimed interim president, Juan Guaido, to provide humanitarian aid to the country. He said aid deliveries would… Continue Reading →

A fake report on a gun causes panic during a security breach at Orlando International Airport, police say

0 A fake report on a gun causes panic during a security breach at Orlando International Airport, police say ORLANDO, Fla. – 7:20 PM Update: A security alert caused delays among passengers at Orlando International Airport on Saturday afternoon after… Continue Reading →

Jet set to sell aircraft continues to work on loyalty commitment

Jet Airways will continue to sell aircraft as part of the proposed interim resolution plan proposed by the banks, while continuing to work on the sale of part of its interest in the Jet Privilege loyalty program in the longer… Continue Reading →

British airline Flybmi ceases operations

Copyright of the image Regional IMC Legend Flybmi has a fleet of Embraer jets The British regional airline Flybmi has canceled all its flights and asked for its administration, announced the airline. The company said it was hit hard by… Continue Reading →

"Review Options" at Derry City Airport to replace flybmi Stansted service

The City of Derry Airport announced that it was "considering options" to resume its route to Stansted after flybmi announced that it was suspending flights and was preparing for the flight. 39; administration. British Midland Regional Limited, which operated 17… Continue Reading →

49-car plane injures 17 people near Denver International Airport

DENVER – Seventeen people were injured as a result of a pileup of 49 cars on Peña Boulevard. near 56th Ave. Saturday afternoon. The accident was reported by Denver police shortly after 4 pm. But the seriousness of the situation… Continue Reading →

Air Reservations Offer New Gender Options

Airlines are considering changing their reservation systems to give passengers who do not identify themselves as men or women another option when booking flights. Several US carriers have indicated that they are adding new gender-related choices, in an effort to… Continue Reading →

"Hidden City": Why are airlines discouraging discounts?

Airlines are battling a ticketing loophole that could cost thousands of pounds in travel costs – but the response only adds more publicity to the benefits of traveling to "hidden cities". The hidden box office in town is the most… Continue Reading →

Chaos at Orlando International Airport

News 6 Posted at 23:08 EST on February 16, 2019 ORLANDO – A man is in custody after an attempted security breach at Orlando International Airport, according to officials from the Orlando Police Department. Just past noon on Saturday, 37… Continue Reading →

Special purpose revenue bonds for the Kona Jet Center

KAILUA-KONA – The Senate Committee on Ways and Means will consider a bill on Tuesday morning to issue special-purpose revenue bonds to help develop Kona Jet Center south of Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport in Keahole . The Kona jet… Continue Reading →

Flybmi, British airline, collapse, hundreds of people

LONDON – Hundreds of passengers across Europe were blocked by the brutal collapse of the British regional airline flybmi. British Midland Regional Limited, which operates as a flybmi, said his request for administration – a British version of the bankruptcy… Continue Reading →

The plane of the Saudi Crown Prince enters the Pakistani airspace

In the midst of security and strengthened arrangements in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman arrived Sunday at Nur Khan Air Base Rawalpindi. As he was getting off the plane, the 33-year-old Crown… Continue Reading →

Amelia Earhart: new images could shed light on the fate of an aviation pioneer who disappeared 80 years ago

This is one of the great mysteries of aviation: what happened to Amelia Earhart? Tangible evidence of what became of the pioneering American pilot – who disappeared during the Peaceful In 1937, when she was trying to become the first… Continue Reading →

Airbus warns of catastrophic "Brexit no-deal"

Little Fauntleroy So, as expected, Airbus is not going anywhere. Do not hesitate to transfer more production to Airbus in the UK, we have a lot of engineers (and have no trouble finding any others) and we are not in… Continue Reading →

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