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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 …

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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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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Airlines raise US fares despite cheaper fuel
Several major U.S. airlines hiked fares last week, signaling that lower oil prices aren't necessarily being passed on to fliers, and Ebola fears are not quashing the demand to fly, according to an analysis by a fare-watching site. Rick Seaney, of …
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'Al-Qaeda Free Terror Network' WiFi Connection Prompts American Airlines
An American Airlines flight from Los Angeles International Airport to London was delayed late Sunday after a concerned passenger reported finding a wireless connection called “Al-Qaeda Free Terror Network” before the plane took off, according to the …
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TAME Airlines launches Quito-Fort Lauderdale service
QUITO, Ecuador – TAME Airlines, one of Ecuador's premiere airlines, launched a new service between Quito, Ecuador and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) beginning October 17, 2014. Officials and Executives from TAME Airlines, the …
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Airlines Rally On Industry-Wide Domestic Fare Hike AAL LUV UAL
Shares of American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) soared 6% on the stock market today, while United Continental (NYSE:UAL) and Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV) climbed 4% and 5%, respectively. Those three carriers are set to report quarterly results on …
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Fresh Ebola Fears Hit Airline Stocks
News that a nurse diagnosed with Ebola flew on a plane full of passengers raised fear among airline investors that the scare over the virus could cause travelers to avoid flying. Shares of the biggest U.S. airlines tumbled between 5 and 8 percent …
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Airlines, fast food and Apple — 5 things to watch for this week
Jetblue, American Airlines and Southwest will all reveal their quarterly earnings later this week. Investors, as well as travelers, will be listening for any indication of what's ahead for the flying public after news that the second U.S. Ebola patient …
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US Airlines Raise Fares By USD On Average
Major US airlines have raised domestic one-way fares by USD2 on average since Thursday, marking the first industry wide increase in half a year. The increases suggest that airlines do not intend to pass along savings from the decline in jet fuel prices …
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Malawian Airlines Negotiates for Zim, Moza Route
Malawian Airlines said it is in the process of securing fifth freedom traffic right with Zimbabwe and Mozambique to enable the carrier to pick and drop passengers between the two countries. The fifth freedom allows airlines the right or privilege, in …
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Concert review: Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias keep the American Airlines Center
And so, if you're at a Stars game and hear the faint notes of Iglesias' “Bailamos” — jubilant and complete with crowd accompaniment — it's just the lingering essence of Friday night's party at American Airlines Center. It was an assault of the senses …
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Virgin Buys Budget Airline Tiger Australia for A
Virgin Australia has been able to pursue its aggressive growth strategy with the support of three state-backed airlines, each shareholders with deep pockets: Air New Zealand Ltd., Singapore Airlines and Etihad Airlines. Together, those companies own …
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Check for “Unaccompanied Minor” Fees Before Buying an Airline Ticket
Sometimes we have to send our kids alone on a flight. Airlines take on extra responsibilities for "unaccompanied minors," so you'll need to figure that into the cost of a ticket. Each airline has different fees, and they're subject to change. The …
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Airlines Let Sharp Elbows Fly in Dallas Airport's Reshuffle
The action was set in motion by the formal “opening” of national service next week at the home airport of Southwest Airlines (LUV), along with squabbling over gates given up by American Airlines (AAL) as a result of last year's megamerger. The Oct. 13 …
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Spirit Airlines planes get decked in yellow
"This new livery perfectly matches Spirit Airlines," CEO and president Ben Baldanza said. "It's radically different from other airlines, and it's fun. When you see this plane in the air — or on the ground — there will be no question that this is a …
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Service without a smile: why airlines aren't nice
Its brand-new aircraft come with a hefty debt load and the airline has failed to attract big-spending business travelers. To increase revenue — and satisfy shareholders — the airline might eventually be forced to take actions, such as raising fees …
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Southwest Airlines took hit on Wichita service to Dallas, Chicago in first 8
“On the other hand, what airlines try to do these days is try to deploy the assets (their airplanes) in markets where they produce the best benefit of the network,” Mann said. “If this is a subsidy market, it's obviously not producing as well as some …

Delta Air Lines will be able to remain at Dallas Love Field through the end of
“Delta Air Lines has secured the right to continue to operate service at Dallas Love Field through the end of the year, and continues to work with all parties involved toward a permanent solution to allow for long-term service,” says a statement from …
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Airlines Fly the Skies on a Sugar High
The passenger flight, operated by the Brazilian low-fare airline GOL, flew from Florida to São Paulo, Brazil, on a 10 percent blend of a clear liquid called farnesane mixed with regular jet fuel. This summer, farnesane became the third kind of …
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