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Delta Air Lines launches new Boston connection from Edinburgh

Delta Air Lines launches new Boston connection from Edinburgh

The flight, which will operate daily during the summer, complements Delta’s existing Edinburgh-New York-JFK service which will become year-round in 2019, and means the airline offers two nonstop connections between the capital and United States every day this summer.

British Airways welcomes her majesty the Queen to celebrate centenary

British Airways welcomes her majesty the Queen to celebrate centenary

Her majesty the Queen has visited British Airways’ headquarters at Waterside, Heathrow, as part of the airline’s centenary celebrations. While at Waterside her majesty was introduced to colleagues in heritage uniforms from across the airline’s history and she visited British Airways’ museum, the Speedbird Centre.

Thomas Cook considering offer for Nordic businesses

Thomas Cook considering offer for Nordic businesses

Shares in Thomas Cook were up a modest two per cent this morning after the struggling travel giant confirmed it had received a “highly preliminary and unsolicited indicative offer” from Triton Partners for its northern Europe business.

AviaDev launches new consultancy alongside Midas Aviation

AviaDev launches new consultancy alongside Midas Aviation

AviaDev Consult - powered by Midas Aviation - has launched to provide tailored consultancy to the African and regional European markets. The consultancy has been formulated following a successful partnership between AviaDev and Midas that has been in place for 18 months.

TAP Air Portugal reaches fleet milestone

TAP Air Portugal reaches fleet milestone

TAP Air Portugal has marked an historic point in its 74-year history. With the arrival of its latest A330neo – CS-TUI, which has been named King Afonso Henriques – the company has 100 aircraft in its fleet for the first time.

Airbus increase range of A220 planes by hundreds of nautical miles

Airbus increase range of A220 planes by hundreds of nautical miles

Airbus has announced that the A220 family, the newest addition to its single-aisle portfolio, will be offering an increased range starting from early next year. The A220 aircraft maximum take-off weight is now confirmed to increase by 2,268 kilograms (2.3 metric tonnes).

American unveils plans for new terminal at Dallas Fort Worth

American unveils plans for new terminal at Dallas Fort Worth

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and American Airlines have announced plans to develop a sixth terminal at the airport. The plans call for the airport to invest up to $3 to $3.5 billion in terminal improvements, including the construction of Terminal F and enhancements to Terminal C.