Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Lazy low-cost airlines distinct from ultra-low-costs
Bellew said a Trip Advisor-style site with much more diverse product would be launched. “We are looking at building our own travel agency, maybe a full price comparison site for all airlines. It may even be transactional. It is still early days with …
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China Eastern Airlines (CEA) Shares March Higher, Can It Continue?
China Eastern Airlines Corp. Ltd. (CEA) has been on the move lately as the stock has risen by 13.4% in the past four weeks, and it is currently trading well above its 20-Day SMA. This is a pretty solid move higher, but the question that has to be on …
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Spirit Airlines tops expectations with strong Q3 profit
Customers may complain about Spirit Airlines' long list of a la carte fees. But that doesn't appear to be stopping them from buying tickets on the airline, which earlier this year encouraged customers to "unleash that hate" as part of an effort to …
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The Best Airlines in the World: Readers' Choice Awards 2014
The results are in: Singapore, Emirates, and Virgin America airlines are our readers' favorite airlines in the world this year. If there's one theme that stands out in the Readers' Choice Survey, it's that flat beds and fancy video systems may be nice …
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Airline Upgraded: Delta Air Lines Gets a Boost

Airline Upgraded: Delta Air Lines Gets a Boost
There are a lot of risks in the airline industry, and high debt levels rank near the top, making things like cash flow and creditworthiness critical to airline success. Attaining an investment-grade credit rating in this industry is difficult, but …
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European Airlines Miss Full Benefit of Lower Fuel Costs
LONDON—Many European airlines are seeing little benefit from the sharp fall in jet-fuel prices since early September, because hedging contracts have them locked in to paying higher prices. Besides the large fuel-hedging contracts, which carriers put …
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Southwest Airlines executive has friendly and direct warning for business
“To be successful, the business community must support Southwest Airlines,” Ricks said. “We could not ask for anything more from this community except for a little more business travel.” Southwest came to Grand Rapids last year after a concerted pitch …
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HNA Group subsidiary Fuzhou Airlines launches formal operations
Hainan Airlines (HNA) Group subsidiary Fuzhou Airlines has launched formal operations by opening eight routes from Fuzhou to Shanghai (Pudong), Tianjin, Kunming, Chongqing, Xi'an, Taiyuan, Hefei and Haikou as it aims to enhance its position in …
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Frontier Airlines cancels flights between Trenton-Mercer Airport and Bahamas
EWING — Frontier Airlines has canceled plans to start flights next month between Trenton-Mercer Airport and the Bahamas citing a lack of demand, officials said Monday. Customers who purchased Frontier flights on the new route, which was to begin Nov.
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Which airlines have been affected by Ebola?

Which airlines have been affected by Ebola?
This past weekend has brought a lot of chatter about what to do with people coming into the U.S. from countries where the Ebola crisis is raging, but what about the airlines? While North American airliners don't generally serve Western Africa, many …
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2 boys sue Malaysia Airlines for loss of their father
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Oct. 31 (UPI) — Two children who lost their father on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are suing the airline for negligence, claiming workers did not contact the plane soon enough after it dropped off the radar. Jee Kinson, 13, and …
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