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European airline cancels flights to UK amid Brexit uncertainties

Brexit Uncertainty was put on the account of a European airline that canceled flights to the UK, leaving British holidaymakers in stalemate. From Romania Blue Air, which links several UK cities to European destinations, would have informed passengers wishing Liverpool… Continue Reading →

WE'VE GOT THE SPIRIT: Cheap Spirit Airlines Offers Flights From Charlotte

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United-ups Denver flights in new growth

United Airlines adds more than 60 mainline flights a week to its hub in Denver, the latest step in attempting to capture more connecting traffic through the mid-continent gateway. The Chicago based airline will restructure its schedule on Thursday, February… Continue Reading →

China Airlines flights between YVR and Taipei canceled by pilots' strike

Those departing from Vancouver International Airport aboard China Airlines are expected to prepare for further cancellations, a pilots strike at the Taiwanese national carrier to enter its fourth day on Monday. Document / PNG Files Those leaving the Vancouver airport… Continue Reading →

Taiwan Airlines cancels flights

A pilot strike has forced China Airlines, one of the two main Taiwanese carriers, to cancel 22 international flights, the company said. At a press conference Friday morning, airlines have updated the number of flights affected by the strike from… Continue Reading →

Latest news: 1,000 canceled flights at Chicago's airports

Parts of southeastern Minnesota and southwestern Wisconsin have seen more than one foot of snow fall in the form of a powerful storm that should result in freezing temperatures in the Midwest. In Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 15 inches of snow (38… Continue Reading →

The airport that hosts drone flights

Copyright of the image Sala Lewis / World Bank Legend A crowd gathered on Juma to witness the first flight of drones in the world A crowd gathered at Juma, an island in Lake Victoria, Tanzania, the second largest freshwater… Continue Reading →

Flights delayed due to absences from air traffic control, stopover at LaGuardia: FAA

A stopover at LaGuardia Airport and significant delays at New York and Florida airports on Friday were due to absences of air traffic controllers, said the Federal Aviation Administration. Interested in closing the government? Add the government's ruling to the… Continue Reading →

Staff shortage stops flights at New York airport

The US Federal Aviation Authority has briefly established a stopover for flights departing from New York's LaGuardia Airport, while the government is dealing with staff shortages in two traffic control facilities air. The FAA said it has seen an increase… Continue Reading →

& # 39; No screaming good & # 39; discusses the first 787 flights from WestJet: CFO

The Canadian low-cost airline WestJet is taking a slightly new turn in the way it awards prizes to Boeing 787-9 flights that will soon be launched. Instead of lowering prices to generate demand, the airline sells seats at market-level rates,… Continue Reading →

Newark Drones: The flights are suspended in the main hub of tourism in the United States after several sightings of unmanned aircraft

The flights were suspended Tuesday night at one of the busiest international airports in the United States after many sightings of drones on an adjacent landing strip. Two unmanned aircraft were seen at Teterboro Airport, a private facility near the… Continue Reading →

Some airlines want flights to Cuba from South Florida. Other opt-out

Air travel to Cuba is changing, with some US carriers abandoning competition for routes and others hoping for additional flights to the island. But the roads from South Florida to Havana still attract a lot of interest, and Miami International… Continue Reading →

Lufthansa ends Ju 52 passenger flights

Lufthansa ends passenger flights with its Junkers Ju 52 in an effort to reduce financial losses related to the operation of the historic trimotor. The airline has so far subsidized its foundation for vintage aircraft, Deutsche Lufthansa Berlin Stiftung, with… Continue Reading →

Aviation unions warn that the government's shutdown will soon lead to massive cancellations of flights: the system will collapse and collapse

On the 30th day of the partial government shutdown, representatives of two major aviation unions warned that massive cancellations of flights could soon occur if the shutdown continues to drag on. During a CNN Segment On Monday, Sara Nelson, International… Continue Reading →

Passengers wait for flights at Burlington Airport

BURLINGTON, Vt. Flights on the ground, forcing passengers to spread on the sofas. "Already nearly 24 hours in a row," said Anthony Durso, an Oregon resident who was trying to get home, but nature was bothering her. "A little alone…. Continue Reading →

Hundreds of canceled flights at Logan Airport following winter storm

BOSTON, Ontario – A major winter storm has brought down some of the coldest temperatures of the season and covered much of the country with snow, wreaking havoc on air travel and causing dangerously cold conditions Sunday in Nova Scotia…. Continue Reading →

Most flights to Albany Airport are delayed, canceled

Luggage trolleys from airlines are sitting on the tarmac as crews prepare to clear snow at the Albany International Airport in Colony, New York, on Sunday, January 20, 2019. Luggage trolleys from airlines are sitting on the tarmac as crews… Continue Reading →

PIA launches international flights from Sialkot International Airport

The national airline Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Sunday launched direct international passenger flights between Sialkot International Airport (SIAL) and Europe. PIA and SIAL jointly organized a launch ceremony at the airport under the presidency of the Minister of Aviation,… Continue Reading →

Storm: airlines already start their flights on Monday

Ben Mutzabaugh UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 9:52 am EST on January 20, 2019 UPDATE SUNDAY: It was a difficult holiday weekend for air travel. Airlines have canceled more than 4,100 flights to the United States… Continue Reading →

Winter affects Sunday morning flights to Bradley International Airport

Connecticut News WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WTNH) – To Bradley International AirportThe hardest route Sunday was the airport. Everything was either at the hour, or canceled because the airport was open and worked perfectly. The other airports had problems. Kevin Dillon… Continue Reading →

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