Weekly Airline News Roundup- Movin' Right Along

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Weekly Airline News Roundup- Movin' Right Along

It feels like the momentum picked up a bit this week in the airline industry despite the implementation of the long-awaited three-hour tarmac delay rule. Despite reported service cuts in Burbank, CA, Southwest is movin’ right along and announced that they will be doubling service out of Boston’s Logan come September, including two new nonstop

AOL Mystery Flyer gives JetBlue a favorable report card

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No hot food, no pillows and blankets, and on some flights, no complimentary water. What’s left? The one thing that can turn a long, meal-less coach flight from an ordeal to a joyride is…friendliness: helpful airline personnel and flight attendants with a positive attitude. That’s the motive for the AOL Mystery Flyer, an undercover reporter for

Aeromexico cuts flights to Arizona in response to immigration reform

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Aeromexico announced a reduction in flights between Mexico and Arizona in response to the new immigration reform signed by Governor Jan Brewer last Friday. The law effectively allows police to detain and question anyone they believe may be an illegal immigrant, without prior suspicion. “We’ve lowered the number of flights there significantly due to the

Live from T5: New Orleans Jazz Fest at JFK

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To continually provide our Customers and Crewmembers with unique experiences in T5 and to celebrate New Orleans’ Jazz Fest, we will host a Live from T5 concert performance today, Thursday, April 29 from 5-7 pm with the High and Mighty Brass Band. The band hails from New Orleans and boasts a mix of classic New