Kristin Majcher

Kristin Majcher
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U.S. Grants Volaris Approval For Costa Rica Flights 

The Volaris subsidiary known as Vuela Aviación said it expects to start U.S. flights March 15.

Latin America Sees Changes, But Perennial Issues Persist 
While the Latin America and Caribbean market welcomes new airlines, the region continues to face many of the same structural issues in the new year.
Norwegian Air Argentina To Get Aircraft Next Month 
Norwegian Air Argentina plans to receive its first aircraft in January, a Boeing 737-800.
Fornaro-Christie CEO Handoff In Works At Spirit Airlines 
Spirit Airlines’ CEO Bob Fornaro will leave his post on Jan. 1, 2019, the airline said on Dec. 13. Ted Christie, the airline’s CFO, will take over the top role.
Norwegian Air Argentina Granted Route Rights 
Norwegian Air Argentina has received government approval to operate domestic and international routes.
Allegiant Air MD-80
Allegiant Updates Investors On Fleet Plan 
Allegiant Air will focus on adding 30 Airbus aircraft between the end of 2017 and 2018, as it works under an accelerated schedule to retire its MD-80s.
WestJet Signs First CPA Agreement 
Canadian LCC WestJet Airlines has signed its first capacity purchase agreement (CPA) with a regional carrier to link smaller cities with its Calgary, Alberta, hub starting this spring.
Aerolineas Argentinas Boeing 737
Aerolineas Argentinas Expecting 2019 Breakeven 
In 2017, the carrier was able to cut subsidies to $320 million, and will receive $170 million from the Argentine government by the end of this year.
Avianca Argentina ATR 72-60
Avianca Argentina Launches Flights 
New carrier Avianca Argentina launched its first flight Nov. 21 from Buenos Aires' Aeroparque Jorge Newbery to Rosario, Argentina’s third-largest city.
Aerolineas Argentinas Prepares For MAX Introduction 
Aerolineas Argentinas will soon add a new aircraft type and has been expanding domestic traffic, CEO Mario Dell’Acqua told reporters at the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) Airlines Leaders Forum.
Gogo Focuses On Faster Air-To-Ground Speeds 
As Gogo continues the rollout of its latest satellite-based inflight internet technology, it is also working to upgrade its air-to-ground system with faster speeds.
WestJet Boeing 737-8.
WestJet Tweaks Boeing Order To Include 737-10 
WestJet Airlines has modified its Boeing commitments to include the 737-10 model, the airline told analysts during its third-quarter earnings call Oct. 31.
LATAM Brazil To Add Gogo Wi-Fi 
LATAM Airlines Brazil will install Gogo’s 2Ku inflight internet product on 100 Airbus A320-family aircraft, the connectivity company said Oct. 24.
Inmarsat On Track With EAN Roll-Out, Despite Challenges  1
Inmarsat still expects the European Aviation Network (EAN) to be operational by the end of the year, despite an attempt by rival satellite operators to block it.
Inmarsat On Track With EAN Roll-Out 
Inmarsat still expects the European Aviation Network (EAN) to be operational by the end of the year, despite an attempt by rival satellite operators to block it.
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