Who were once one of the fiercest rivals in the aviation industry are now having a codeshare partnership. This is the story of Emirates and United. *** And curtain*** 😉. Jokes aside, this new partnership will enhance each airline’s network and give their passengers easier access to hundreds of new destinations within the United States […]
Delta Airlines and Kenya Airways have announced that they have expanded their codeshare partnership.
Delta has begun operating brand-new A321neos with the inaugural flight operated on 20th May 2022 from Boston Logan International Airport to San Francisco International Airport.
American airline JetBlue has announced new flights from Boston to London Heathrow and Gatwick airports. These flights will complement the carrier’s existing flights from New York to London Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Air France has announced that it will serve 14 destinations in the United States this summer with close to 200 weekly flights, 20% more than during summer 2019.
Emirates, Air India, Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, which cancelled flights to the United States amid 5G rollout in the country on 19th January 2022, have resumed scheduled Boeing B777 flights to the US.
***UPDATE***: Emirates, Air India, Japan Airlines and ANA resume flights to the United States after cancellations due to 5G rollout Various airlines, such as Emirates, All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines and Air India, have announced that they would be cancelling flights to the United States as a result of potential 5G interference with radio altimeters […]
Icelandic airline PLAY, which started operations this summer, has announced that it will launch new nonstop flights to Baltimore/Washington DC and Boston in the United States next year.
Delta Airlines has announced that it will operate 73 daily flights to 25 destinations in Europe in Summer 2022. The airline will also offer more premium seats as compared to Summer 2021.
JetBlue has announced that it is expanding its codeshare partnership with Icelandair, the national carrier of Iceland, in order to offer passengers “more ways to book and connect their travel between the two airlines’ networks across Europe and North America”.