Posts Tagged ‘Weekly Airline News Roundup’

September 24th, 2010

Weekly Airline News Roundup – Connected

This week’s theme may not pertain to most of the news stories, but it speaks to our big connectivity announcement this week, where we unveiled our plan to harness satellite technology to offer internet access to our valued Customers. In other big news this week, we announced our partnership with New York and the cobranding […]

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September 10th, 2010

Airline Weekly News Roundup – Bluelicious

OK, we know it’s not all about us. There was actually a lot of big news items to come out of the airline industry this week, but we just had so much fun news this week, we’d be remiss not to highlight it. We started off the week with the launch of our All You […]

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September 3rd, 2010

Weekly Airline News Roundup – Busy

This week was so busy for us that we’ve haven’t the time to write a full roundup. We can only assume it was busy for others as well. All is well, though, and be sure to stay tuned for lots of new content and merriment on BlueTales Blog. As always, safe travels and have a […]

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August 27th, 2010

Weekly Airlines News Roundup – Serious

It really does work out often enough that a theme emerges from airline industry each week. Some weeks are quirkier than others, and this week just seems downright serious. Most serious this week is news of two plane crashes, one in China and the other in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the former of which […]

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August 20th, 2010

Weekly Airline News Roundup – A Plethora

It feels like there was a plethora of news in the airline industry this week. TAM and LAN want to merge, which would form the largest airline in Latin America. What could have easily been a more gruesome incident, a plane crash in Colombia killed one person of the 124 on board when it split […]

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August 13th, 2010

Weekly Airline News Roundup – TGIF!

This week in the airline industry started out on a sad note, with the crash of a single-engine plane in Alaska that killed several prominent public figures including Senator Ted Stevens. Also in Alaska this week, an eagle in the engine caused an aborted takeoff for an Alaska Airlines flight. Delta appeared in the news […]

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August 6th, 2010

Airline Weekly News Roundup – Much Ado About Something

There was a lot of news, including some big ticket items, to come out of the airline industry this week, namely to the north and south of us. Our neighbors to the south, Mexicana, filed Chapter 15 bankruptcy after labor and financial woes, and our neighbor in the north, Quebec-based airline Aeropro, is being forced […]

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July 30th, 2010

Weekly Airline News Roundup – Movement

News to come out of the airline industry this week was anything but stagnant. Though the bag was mixed with both good and bad news, one thing is for certain – it was far from boring! Virgin America announced (again) that it would like to begin service from Chicago if it can get access to […]

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July 23rd, 2010

Weekly Airline News Roundup – Happy Days Are Here Again!

Happy days are here again… or so it seems. This week in the airline industry brought second quarter earnings announcements, most of which were good news. There was also a good deal of growth in the way of orders for new aircraft (thanks to this week’s Farnborough Airshow, the biennial plane-buying extravaganza) and airlines entering […]

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July 9th, 2010

Weekly Airline News Roundup – Action/Adventure

This week in the airline industry was action-packed, starting with the missing luggage of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu (even if you’re a national leader or a super hero, your luggage can still get lost), which included his bodyguards’ guns. And as the action ensues on the field during the World Cup, so too does the […]

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