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Australian carrier Skywest Airlines has taken delivery of the first of at least eight new ATR 72s, the aircraft becoming the first ATR 72 to operate in Australia. Skywest will operate its new ATR fleet on behalf of Virgin Australia to create a regional-airline network for the larger carrier. Read more
Southwest Airlines and new subsidiary AirTran Airways are launching additional services from Milwaukee in the first week of September. Read more
The U.S. Department of Transportation has granted final approval of antitrust immunity for a transpacific alliance between Delta Air Lines and the Virgin Australia Airlines group. This will allow the carriers to implement a joint venture on services linking the United States, Australia and the South Pacific. Read more
TRIP’s Embraer 190 is configured in a single-class layout which accommodates 110 passengers. With this aircraft, TRIP intends to expand to more destinations in Brazil, taking advantage of strong demand within the Brazilian domestic market. Read more
Brazil's TRIP Linhas Aéreas has ordered four more Embraer 190s, taking its total E-Jet commitment to 24 aircraft including examples ordered directly from Embraer and aircraft acquired on lease from leasing companies. Read more
By summer 2013, Delta Air Lines will add more than 1,200 First Class seats to its domestic MD-88, MD-90, Boeing 757-200 and Boeing 767-300 fleets as it retrofits and upgrades the interiors of the aircraft. Read more
In its 2010 fall schedule Delta Air Lines is enhancing flight schedules in key U.S. domestic and transborder business markets, planning added service between 21 cities and Washington, D.C. or New York. Read more
Delta Air Lines plans to make First Class service available on all U.S. domestic flights longer than 750 miles, or about two-and-a-half hours of flight time, beginning this fall. When the upgrade is complete, 50 routes that currently feature Delta Connection flights with only one class of service will be upgraded to two-cabin aircraft with First and Economy Class service. Read more
Delta Air Lines plans to add more flights between New York City and key global business markets this year, with nearly 30 cities slated for new or expanded service by fall. Read more
Delta Air Lines says it will invest $1 billion, or about $300 million per year, through mid-2013 to improve customer experience in the air and on the ground ― and also to improve the fuel efficiency of more than 170 aircraft in its fleet. Read more
SkyWest, Inc. subsidiary Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) will begin operating as a United Express carrier in the first quarter of 2010 as part of a deal that sees SkyWest lending United Airlines $80 million and agreeing to let United defer up to $49 million it owes the Utah-based regional airline operator. Read more
United Airlines is launching new service from its hubs in Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles on December 17, adding Duluth in Minnesota, Asheville in North Carolina and Midland/Odessa in Texas to its network. Read more
United Airlines is launching service to four new destinations from its hub at Chicago O'Hare International Airport, the service being provided by several of its United Express regional-airline franchise partners. Read more