What's happening in the skies?
- Little Red slots now attainable
- Bombardier CS300 makes its first flight
- Southwest announces new Dallas routes
- Allegiant adds 22 new routes
- Aircraft skids after landing in DFW
In March 2013, Virgin Atlantic announced its new domestic carrier, aimed at bringing down prices. Now that Little Red is ending, the slots it was using will go up for grabs.
Bombardier's larger CSeries jet took off for the first time on Friday, a milestone for the Canadian aircraft manufacturer's largest plane.
Southwest Airlines announced eight new destinations from its headquarters at Love Field on Thursday, the second wave of destinations that were made possible by two gates the airline acquired.
Low cost carrier Allegiant Air announced a large expansion on Tuesday, adding 22 routes and five new cities to its network. One of those cities will become a hublet for the airline.
An American Airlines flight left the taxiway after landing at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Monday.
The TUI Group, a European tour operator, is selling one of its airlines to another carrier. On Friday, the company announced a buyer.
A Saudia plane Jeddah hit a vehicle on the ground on Thursday. No one was killed.
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