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Airport & Airline

American Airlines doubles down in Santo Domingo

The world’s largest carrier, American Airlines, has expanded its network footprint in the Dominican Republic, launching two new weekly connections to Santo Domingo from its hubs at Dallas/Fort Worth and Charlotte Douglas in the US. As a result, the oneworld carrier will double its direct flights to Santo Domingo Las Américas International Airport from two destinations to four.

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Aer Lingus guests save milestone €1 million using Pay with Avios

Aer Lingus aircraft
Aer Lingus guests worldwide have saved more than €1 million using Pay with Avios
Aer Lingus guests worldwide are making the most of their AerClub membership with a milestone €1 million saved thanks to Pay with Avios. The new payment feature, which gives AerClub members the option to part pay for their flights using Avios accrued through the loyalty programme, launched in March 2019.


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Air New Zealand announces multi-billion-dollar investment in new fuel-efficient Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners

Air New Zealand has today announced significant investment in its international network and customer experience with commitments to purchase eight Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft powered by GE Aviation’s GEnx-1B engines.

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Delta launches new Edinburgh to Boston flight

Delta has doubled their flights from Edinburgh this summer by launching a new service to Boston’s Logan International Airport starting 24th May. The new path will add to the existing daily services to the New York-JFK already operated by Delta. The seasonal Boston route will offer customers more travel options from Edinburgh to the United States.

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TAP Air Portugal celebrates having 100 aircraft for the first time in its 74 year history

The latest generation aircraft has been an important factor in the transformation and modernisation of TAP
TAP Air Portugal, the leading airline from the UK to Portugal, has marked a historic point in its 74-year history. With the arrival of another A330neo – CS-TUI, which has been named King Afonso Henriques – the company has 100 aircraft in its fleet for the first time with 71 new aircraft due to arrive by 2025.


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