Kristin Majcher

Kristin Majcher
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Air Canada Focuses On Sixth-Freedom Traffic 
Air Canada’s third-quarter results beat analysts’ estimates, which said the carrier is delivering on its strategy to increase international traffic and lower unit costs.
More Low-Cost Competition Heading Mexico’s Way 
A new bilateral aviation agreement paved the way for more competition in Mexico, but additional changes to the market are pending.
DOT Tentatively Approves Aeromexico–Delta JV 
The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) is proposing to approve antitrust immunity for the joint venture (JV) between Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico—but with conditions including the divestiture of slots in Mexico City and at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
JetBlue Plans Further Boston Growth 
JetBlue continues to set its sights on increasing its departures from Boston, the carrier’s second-biggest focus city after its home base at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
Volaris Posts Strong Q3 Results 
Mexican ultra-LCC Volaris reported strong third-quarter earnings, growing unit revenues while boosting capacity in both domestic and international markets.
JetBlue Sees Higher Q3 Expenses 
JetBlue’s third-quarter earnings missed analysts’ estimates, as it recorded higher costs in key areas but reported a slightly higher net profit year-over-year.
United Updates Unit-Revenue Guidance 
United Airlines will present its third-quarter earnings next week with new guidance on unit-revenue performance, as well as a largely different management team.
Delta Sees Unit-Revenue Challenges Continue In Q3 
Delta Air Lines remains conservative in capacity growth, as it works to bring unit revenues back into positive territory.
Delta Reveals More Details Of LAX–DCA Route 
Delta Air Lines will shift one Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)–Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) flight to Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) after it introduces Los Angeles service from DCA.
Interjet Adds New Routes, Aircraft Type 
Mexican carrier Interjet is bolstering its offerings in Cancun and South America, and recently added a new aircraft type to its fleet.
Delta Plans Los Angeles Service From DCA 
Delta Air Lines plans to serve Los Angeles from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) in 2017, a regulatory filing dated Oct. 4 shows.
Alaska Seeks Startup Extension For Havana Service 
Alaska Airlines has asked the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) for more time to begin its Havana service, prompting a challenge from rival JetBlue Airways.
Delta Pilot Negotiations Progress 
BOSTON—Delta Air Lines pilots reached an agreement in principle with airline management, the Air Line Pilots Association said on Sept. 30.
Gogo Plans Air-To-Ground Connectivity Update 

BOSTON—Gogo is overhauling its ground-based connectivity system over the U.S. and Canada to bring inflight speeds in line with its satellite-based offering.

The latest upgrade is in development, expected to enter commercial service in 2018, Gogo Chief Technology Officer Anand Chari told Aviation Daily. It will be targeted for use on business and regional jets.

Gogo Plans Air-To-Ground Connectivity Update 

BOSTON—Gogo is overhauling its ground-based connectivity system over the U.S. and Canada to bring inflight speeds in line with its satellite-based offering.

The latest upgrade is in development, expected to enter commercial service in 2018, Gogo Chief Technology Officer Anand Chari told Aviation Daily. It will be targeted for use on business and regional jets.

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