What's happening in the skies?
- Delta shrinks Memphis again
- People Express banned from Newport News terminal
- First day for Nonstop Love
- People Express' return delayed
- A new airline alliance?
The United States' aviation policy has gotten more and more liberal since 1992, when the first Open Skies agreement was signed with the Netherlands. Since then, over 100 countries have signed Open Skies agreements with the US. However, one country in particular doesn't seem to be quite ready for that.
Memphis is back in aviation news, and Delta is piling the dust on the city.
Airbus may be lagging behind in the race between the A350 and 787, but it has won another important airline over for this fight.
People Express will have a hard time coming back, even if they get all their government approvals.
The Venezuelan government is taking many steps backwards, and the latest is the suspension of many carriers — both domestic and foreign.
The Wright Amendment has hindered Southwest's growth efforts at Dallas' Love Field since 1979, but as of Monday, most of the restrictions are no longer.
The relaunch date of October 16 for People Express is just a bit optimistic, says CEO Jeff Erickson.
Etihad Airways has always done things different, staying away from large airline alliances and instead investing in other airlines. Now, the Middle Eastern carrier is joining forces with the airlines it has invested in — known as Etihad's Equity Partner airlines — and making its own alliance.See more...
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