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Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) will offer new and expanded summer service from Montana to Atlanta and Los Angeles, effective June 22, 2013.
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Cathay Pacific Airways today announced enhancements to its services to Toronto, Los Angeles and Bangkok in its Summer Schedule, offering more options and convenience with increased connectivity for passengers travelling through the Hong Kong hub.
Tomorrow Spirit Airlines (NASDAQ: SAVE) resumes nonstop seasonal service between Charleston, West Virginia and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Flights will initially operate twice weekly and increase to three times weekly on April 25, 2013.
Porter Airlines is suspending passive segment charges for its travel agency partners, effective March 1, 2013. Any passive segments booked as of this date will not be charged to the agency.
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Air Canada's re-branded Top Tier frequent flyer recognition program, "Altitude", came into effect today, the carrier announced. Specifically designed to recognize and reward Air Canada's most frequent flyers, Altitude offers members a wide range of travel privileges, rewards and additional status levels.
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Porter Airlines is adding a fourth weekday roundtrip flight between Windsor International Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, starting April 15, 2013.
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Ryanair, Europe’s only ultra-low cost carrier (ULCC), today (Feb 27) confirmed that it will appeal the EU Commission’s announced decision to prohibit its latest offer for Aer Lingus, which was supported by an historic and unprecedented remedies package that included not one, but two upfront buyers (BA/IAG & Flybe) to take over approximately half of Aer Lingus’ short-haul business.
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Alaska Air Group paid annual bonuses totaling nearly a month's pay today to nearly 13,000 employees for exceeding the company's 2012 operational and financial goals. The bonus of about 8 percent of annual pay is in addition to the $1,100 in bonuses, on average, that each employee earned last year for achieving monthly on-time and customer satisfaction targets. The combined monthly and annual bonuses amounted to nearly $88 million.
Iberia has developed a new aircraft de-icing management system, placing the company in the vanguard of the most specialised providers of de-icing service. It is based on 3G technology, and comparable systems are used only by Lufthansa in Frankfurt, US Airways in Charlotte, and Delta Airlines in Atlanta.
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Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air, which announced a restructuring strategy last December, spearheaded jointly by the airline’s Board of Directors led by its Chairman H.E. Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, the Deputy Prime Minister and the airline’s management, recorded restructuring progress within a month of its on-going implementation. Despite a difficult operating environment, the restructuring measures have started yielding results and the strategy remains on track to achieve overall cost savings of 24% by the end of 2013.