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The airline says that, by summer 2012, it will offer more domestic flights and seats from New York’s three major airports than any other carrier, with more than 400 daily domestic departures from LaGuardia, JFK and Newark to destinations nationwide.

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On December 12, Delta Air Lines began operating between New York JFK and Sao Paulo with Boeing 767-400ERs, which offer 180-degree, flat-bed seats in BusinessElite. On December 14, Delta will begin using Boeing 767-400ERs between Atlanta and Sao Paulo.

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JetBlue Airways has begun twice-weekly service to La Romana, its fifth destination in the Dominican Republic and its 67th destination overall.

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To promote its new service, Hawaiian Airlines is offering introductory fares of $212 each way in Economy Class and $808 each way in First Class – 212 and 808 being the original area codes of Manhattan and Honolulu, respectively.

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Beginning November 18, American Airlines will add three more flights each week between John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and Simón Bolívar International Airport of Maiquetia in Caracas.

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Delta Air Lines is adding 12 new daily flights to 11 domestic and Caribbean destinations from New York JFK and New York LaGuardia in spring and summer 2012.

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Spanish carrier Air Europa expects to sign a codeshare agreement with SkyTeam-alliance partner Delta Air Lines within the next three months.

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Virgin America is launching service to Palm Springs International Airport in California on December 15, 2011, offering a non-stop daily seasonal flight from San Francisco International Airport to Palm Springs.

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Singapore Airlines will begin operating the Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft, on the Singapore-Frankfurt-New York route from January 15, 2012.

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The new agreement means customers will be able to purchase a single itinerary combining flights on both carriers’ networks and allows one-stop ticketing and baggage check-in.

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With the addition of this new flight, the codeshare agreement between American and Air Berlin now encompasses the entire U.S. network of the second-largest German carrier.

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American Airlines has launched daily New York-Budapest service, becoming the only airline to offer year-round nonstop service between the two cities.

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Through their new transatlantic joint business arrangement, American Airlines and British Airways have created what BA describes as being effectively a transatlantic shuttle service on top U.S.-UK routes by aligning the timing of their summer schedules.

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The airlines will interline in Virgin Atlantic-operated transatlantic routes that depart from JetBlue’s Boston Logan, New York JFK, Washington Dulles and Orlando International focus airports.

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JetBlue Airways, LAN Airlines and LAN’s affiliates LAN Peru, LAN Argentina and LAN Ecuador have launched interline agreements to bring new connecting options via New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

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Both airlines’ inaugural services from the Japanese capital’s newly expanded gateway departed within minutes of one another on the morning of February 20, local time.

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The carrier launches the new service on February 18 from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport and on February 20 performs the first return flight from Haneda.

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South African Airways’ service linking New York and Johannesburg will now operate non-stop from Johannesburg to New York, resulting in the fastest way to travel between New York and Southern Africa.

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The partnership, which has already gone live, allows travelers the option to book flights through Emirates with connecting service on Virgin America, making travel easier and more convenient within a single itinerary.

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