American Airlines says passengers will be able to test in-flight Internet access on two transcon flights beginning June 26, with broader service expected to begin in the next couple of weeks.
Archive for June, 2008
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Even after merger talks between United and Continental fell through a few months ago, the two airlines are still interested in [...]
A cluster of chalets, halls and pavilions at Farnborough will for a week in July be the centre of the aerospace world. We look at the highlights of this year’s show
Seats went on sale today for Qantas’ Airbus A380 route from Los Angeles to Melbourne, Australia. The airline’s first super-jumbo will begin service on 20 October with two bi-weekly direct flights from LA to Melbourne.
Once it takes delivery of a second A380 in November, Qantas then plans to introduce the aircraft on the LA-Sydney route [...]
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Germany signed a contract with Eurocopter at ILA, Berlin’s air show yesterday for the retrofit of six more Sikorsky CH-53G transport helicopters to be converted for special missions with the German army.
The helicopters will be fitted with ballistic self protection and specific mission equipment. The order is worth approximately €24 million ($37.3 million), a large [...]
The next two vessels of Royal Caribbean International will be called Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas – the pair of names proposed by a USA Today reader.
George Weiser, 53, of Livonia, MI, has won the Royal Caribbean Name That Ship Contest to title the world’s largest cruise ships ever built.
The contest, [...]