Hurricane Isaac is causing headaches for US travellers. Even though the hurricane is reported to be weakening, it has affected among others operations to New Orleans Airport.
Delta Air Lines had a total of 107 cancelled flights on Tuesday and 60 flights on Wednesday across the Gulf Coast region. Most likely the carrier will resume its operations to Pensacola and Mobile today afternoon. As far as the flights to Mobile and New Orleans are concerned, they will probably be resumed by tomorrow morning (Thursday 30 August)
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Read the latest news about airlines & airline routes and stay updated. We start off with Hawaiian Airlines.
This big Hawaii-based carrier announced it would launch a new service connecting the capital Honolulu with New Zealand. The Honolulu – Auckland flights will operate form March 2013.
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Europe is a charming place to be in the winter time. If you agree with us, you will find the below airfares interesting and if you have a differing opinion, it is high time you revised it.
This time round, we highlight the current offer from the American aviation giant – Delta Air Lines. We chose several discounted flights from New York.
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Hi there aviation enthusiasts. In today’s post we are going to bring you the latest news from the world of aviation – read about new routes and services from both low-cost airlines and traditional carriers. We start off with two renowned Middle-Eastern carriers.
Etihad launched recently two new routes from Abu Dhabi. From this month on this classy airline operates flights Abu Dhabi – Male and Abu Dhabi Seychelles.
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Hi flyers. How about we end this week with a solid dose of aviation news? Let us go through new developments from both low-cost airlines and traditional carriers and stay up to date.
Air France has recently extended its route-network with as many as 13 new services. Apart from the new Nantes – Brussels and Nantes – Düsseldorf routes, this French carrier extended the offer from Marseilles. Passengers from Marseilles Airport can now fly to e.g. Athens, Basel, Copenhagen or Milan Malpensa.
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Hi flyers and aviation enthusiasts. Let us find out how things are shaping up in the world of aviation – in today’s highlights a handful of new routes from traditional carriers as well as low-cost airlines.
We begin with Brussels Airlines. This popular Belgian carrier strengthened its African network by adding a new route from Brussels to Bamako, the capital of Mali in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Today in our series of short articles presenting popular secondary airports, we take a look at Newark Airport also known as Newark Liberty International Airport. Secondary today, it was the first airport in the New York metropolitan area opened as early as in 1928. It ranks among the 10 busiest airport in the United States.
Location & Transfers
Newark International Airport is located about 24 km which is 15 miles south-west of New York Midtown.
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Hi flyers. In today’s article of our series bringing you the baggage policy both traditional carriers and low-cost airlines , we investigate into the baggage allowance of a real giant of an airline – the US-based Delta Air Lines which flyers literally to all inhabited continents. We start off with:
As is the case for many traditional airlines, Delta’s cabin baggage allowance is fairly generous – you can take one item of carry-on luggage and one personal item and one additional item included in the ticket price.
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Flying with the American-based giant airline Delta Air Lines offers you a couple of advantages. One of them is Delta’s immense route network encompassing the entire globe. The other one are numerous conveniences such as various check-in options fitting everybody. Let us check out how you check in when flying with this carrier.
The selection of check-in options is really wide. Let us start with Online check-in. It is easy and allows you to skip the procedure at the airport. All you do is go to Itineraries & Check-in at the official website of the carrier. Enter such data as e-ticket number, select number of bags and then simply print your boarding pass and Bob’s your uncle. On arriving at the airport, you simply drop off your baggage the baggage drop.
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Today is Monday and as you know, no Monday can go without a portion of updates. Here you are: new routes and services as well as other news from low-cost airlines as well as traditional carriers.
The most significant piece of aviation news, at least in terms of numbers, is the fact that US carriers are to add some 200 new routes in the first half of 2011 alone. Among the airlines distinguished by the number of new services are: Delta Airlines (24), American/American Eagle (22), or Southwest (20).
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