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FlightAware Launches Integrated Maps Solutions for Applications and Websites

“Customers have been asking FlightAware for an easy path to integrate the map experience of our flight stories into their digital properties,” said FlightAware president Matt Davis. “Over time, customers will migrate from legacy iFrame solutions to our new Integrated Maps Solutions for greater functionality and will appreciate the ease of integration.” (www.flightaware.com) More...

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United Airlines Becomes Third Airline with Fake Engine Parts

United Airlines has become the latest airline to have sketchy engine parts in its aircraft. On September 18, Bloomberg reported that UK-based supplier AOG Technics provided fake engine parts to the airline. United is not the only carrier with this issue: Virgin Australia and Southwest Airlines also received counterfeit parts from AOG Technics. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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Man Run Towards Departing TAAG Angola Aircraft In Soyo

Pilots on board a TAAG Angola Airlines aircraft were forced to shut down one of the engines after a man ran towards their aircraft on the runway. (www.gatechecked.com) More...

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JetBlue Launches Boston-Amsterdam Service

After launching its New York to Amsterdam service at the end of August, JetBlue has since inaugurated its second route to Schiphol, this time from Boston. (www.gatechecked.com) More...

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Delta Air Lines Significantly Reduces Miami-Havana Flights

Delta Air Lines has reduced flight capacities by at least 50% on its Miami to Havana route. The reduction in frequencies is due to low demand for travel to Cuba, with other carriers also making significant cutbacks. Delta could potentially reintroduce these flights after March 30th, if its confidence in Cuba as a lucrative destination returns. When airlines reduce capacity on routes with lower demand, the cuts can sometimes be rather significant. Passengers flying via Delta Air Lines from Miami… (simpleflying.com) More...

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Hawaiian Airlines logo muse and Miss Hawaii 1964, Leina'ala Drummond, passes away at 77

Leina’ala Ann Teruya Drummond, former Miss Hawaii 1964, accomplished entertainer, businesswoman, and the face representing the unique island girl profile for Hawaiian Airlines' "Pualani of the Sky" has passed away. Born in Pu'unene, Maui, Leina’ala completed her education at Kamehameha Schools, Cannon’s Business College, and successfully finished the Hawaiian Airlines Flight Attendant Training program, starting work at 18 years old. (www.kitv.com) More...


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