Its schedule calls for American Airlines to begin serving one of the routes in September, one in November and the other six in December.

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Late this fall Delta Air Lines will begin offering additional seats on its U.S. transcontinental service linking New York JFK with Los Angeles and San Francisco, two of the busiest domestic routes in the United States.

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Subject to receiving the required government operating authority, JetBlue Airways will begin operating three-times-weekly round-trips on the New York JFK-Antigua route on November 5. Originally the airline announced, on May 4, that it would begin serving Antigua on November 7.

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JetBlue Airways plans to introduce its Mint premium transcontinental service on its routes linking Boston with San Francisco, Los Angeles and Barbados. It also plans to launch services linking Nashville with Boston and Fort Lauderdale and increase service frequencies on 14 routes from Boston.

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Dynamic International Airways will launch daily service between Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport and Caracas’ Simón Bolívar International Airport on July 17, as the first of three routes it is planning between the U.S. and Venzuela.

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In launching its p.s. service at Newark Liberty International Airport, United will re-deploy to U.S. domestic p.s. service several Boeing 757-200s it currently operates on transatlantic routes. To replace them, United will increase the number of Boeing 767s it operates on transatlantic flights.

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UK long-haul charter carrier Thomas Cook Airlines has announced it will launch twice-weekly services from Manchester Airport in the UK to Los Angeles and Boston in May 2016. It will also increase service frequencies on three of its other routes to U.S. destinations from Manchester.

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With the introduction of its 2015 summer schedule, Lufthansa will serve New York JFK with its two largest aircraft types for the first time.

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JetBlue Airways has filed with the U.S. DOT its intent to serve Antigua’s V.C. Bird International Airport three times weekly from New York JFK from November 5. JetBlue also plans to launch seasonal weekly service from Boston Logan International Airport to Barbados, on November 7.

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Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Airways have announced that their transatlantic joint-venture partnership will add six new transatlantic services between the U.S. and the UK for the summer 2015 season.

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Volaris, which claims already to have the most extensive cross-border route network of any carrier serving Mexico and the U.S., is launching three-times-weekly service between Guadalajara and New York JFK on July 15.

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The arrival of a Boeing 777-300ER at New York JFK early on March 16 heralded the return of Philippine Airlines service to New York City, 18 years after the carrier ended its brief and unsuccessful first attempt to serve America’s largest metropolitan area.

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JetBlue Airways will offer its premium Mint service this coming winter on its routes from New York JFK to Barbados and Aruba, two of its most popular Caribbean routes.

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Etihad Airways will introduce the Airbus A380 on its Abu Dhabi-New York JFK route on December 1, 2015. Before that, the airline will begin A380 service between Abu Dhabi and Sydney on June 1.

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JetBlue Airways plans to operate twice-weekly round-trips between New York JFK and Grenada, on Thursdays and Sundays from June 11.

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On that date, Royal Air Maroc’s first 274-seat Boeing 787-8 will depart on its inaugural 6.5-hour flight from Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca to New York JFK.

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JetBlue Airways will launch a new route between its home base New York JFK and Daytona Beach International Airport in February 2016, the Florida airport becoming a new destination for the airline.

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JetBlue Airways and Icelandair have filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation to launch a bilateral codeshare partnership offering connections between the two airlines’ networks, with a focus on gateway airports at Boston, New York JFK and Reykjavik.

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Subject to receipt of government operating authority, JetBlue Airways will launch twice-weekly non-stop service between New York JFK and Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport on June 11.

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