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JetBlue adds Miami in 4-city, 24-route expansion

All planes are pointed south for JetBlue, as the New York-based carrier has announced its latest leisure-focused route map expansion. Aimed at quickly capturing traffic and generating revenue, JetBlue will begin flying to four new cities by mid-2021, including Guatemala City (GUA), Key West (EYW), Los Cabos (SJD) and —...

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JetBlue adds Miami in 4-city, 24-route expansion

All planes are pointed south for JetBlue, as the New York-based carrier has announced its latest leisure-focused route map expansion. Aimed at quickly capturing traffic and generating revenue, JetBlue will begin flying to four new cities by mid-2021, including Guatemala City (GUA), Key West (EYW), Los Cabos (SJD) and —...

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JetBlue adds Miami in 4-city, 24-route expansion

All planes are pointed south for JetBlue, as the New York-based carrier has announced its latest leisure-focused route map expansion. Aimed at quickly capturing traffic and generating revenue, JetBlue will begin flying to four new cities by mid-2021, including Guatemala City (GUA), Key West (EYW), Los Cabos (SJD) and —…

Sept. 28, 1924 | First Around-the-World Flights Touch Down in Seattle

The flight began on April 6, 1924, when four Douglas World Cruiser planes, named the Seattle, Chicago, Boston and New Orleans, set off from Seattle to Alaska, then over the Pacific to Japan, through Asia, the Middle East and Europe, over the Atlantic to Newfoundland via Iceland and Greenland, and…

Maya Flats and Tropic Air

Tropic Air has been flying to Maya Flats airstrip, which is located halfway between Cayo and Benque, for 2 weeks now. The terminal is very nice, as is the new service from one of Tropic Air’s 12 planes.
The San Pedro Sun said it well: “This new flight brings the…

Could AI and Self-Flying Airplanes Have Prevented The Germanwings Crash?

No level of security screening short of mind-reading could have prevented the crash of Germanwings flight 9525. But what can be done? The New York Times editorial calls for the American standard that requires two crew members be in the cockpit at all times to be adopted by “all airlines.”…

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