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Molly Russell-

Molly Russell

About Molly Russell

Journalist - With a degree in journalism, Molly joins the team with an interest in aviation's history, and its impact on politics, society, and culture. Molly has experience as a digital correspondent with Sky News. Based in Surrey, United Kingdom

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Garuda Indonesia Poised For Direct Flights To Kazakhstan

The Indonesian flag carrier could open a transit hub at one of Kazakhstan's international airports for services into Europe and beyond.

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Flair Airlines Announces Daily Montreal-Florida Flights

Flights to Orlando-Sanford and Fort Lauderdale are set to launch on October 29, supporting the carrier's expansive winter schedule.

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Ryanair Increases Flight Frequency To Ireland For Rugby Fans

Additional flights will be added from La Rochelle and Glasgow ahead of the EPCR Challenge Cup and Heineken Champions Cup finals in Dublin.

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American Airlines Is Allowing Some Frequent Flyers To Buy Status

AAdvantage members that haven't reached Gold or Platinum status will be able to purchase access to the premium tier.

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Rob Gurney Will Step Down As oneworld's CEO On July 1st

After almost seven years in the role, oneworld has announced the departure of Rob Gurney from the alliance's central management team.

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How United Airlines Will Triple Its SAF Usage This Year

United Airlines is set to launch additional SAF operations out of San Francisco and London Heathrow later this year.

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United Airlines Wants To Hire 50,000 More Workers

The legacy carrier aims to hire a further 15,000 employees in 2023, including up to 6,300 new flight attendants and pilots.

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Air Canada Frequent Fliers Now Have Access To Free Messaging

Thanks to an expanded partnership with communications company Bell, Aeroplan members will be able to send and receive texts in flight.

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Breaking: India's Go First Cancels Flights & Files For Bankruptcy

Budget carrier Go First filed for voluntary insolvency on Tuesday following an announcement that it would "temporarily" suspend flights from May 3.

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Iberia Has Helped UNICEF Spain Vaccinate Over 1 Million Vulnerable Children

Iberia and UNICEF initially partnered back in 2013 to ensure children in developing regions are protected from preventable diseases.

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Hawaiian Airlines Relaunches Nonstop Fukuoka Flights Amid Relaxation Of Japanese COVID Requirements

Three weekly services will connect Honolulu and Fukuoka as Japan scraps its strict entry requirements.

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Boeing 727 Freighter Evacuating 300 Refugees From Sudan Overshoots Runway

No injuries or fatalities have been reported, with the cause of the incident remaining unclear.

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Jet Airways CEO Resigns As Airline Remains Grounded

The Jalan-Kalrock Consortium has reiterated its commitment to relaunching the airline amid CEO-designate Sanjiv Kapoor's departure.

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ITA Airways Will Relaunch Maldives Flights After Winter Success

Malé will become ITA Airways' 12th long-haul service, with services set to begin in December.

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Adulthood In Sight: 18 Years Ago The Airbus A380 Took Its 1st Flight

Following over a decade of research, design, and development, the superjumbo first took to the skies over Toulouse in April 2005.

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American Airlines Posts $10 Million Profit For The First Quarter

While operational costs remain high, sustained demand helped the legacy carrier pull in a record $12.2 billion first-quarter revenue.

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Florida Governor Meets With Airlines To Discuss Direct Japan Flights

Non-stop flights between Miami and Tokyo could be in the works as DeSantis looks to strengthen Florida's international trade and commerce ties.

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EU Could Block IAG/Air Europa Deal As The Latter's Pilots Plan Wage Strike

IAG's purchase of Air Europa is set to face legislative hurdles from a planned European Commission anti-competition probe.

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Autopilots Disconnected Following Flooding On Delta Air Lines Boeing 767

The NTSB concluded that a maintenance error was the likely culprit for an emergency onboard a Delta Air Lines flight from Prague.

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Top 10: April's Busiest Commercial Airlines

With the aviation industry closing in on its pre-pandemic passenger levels, which airlines are soaring ahead?

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