Kristin Majcher

Kristin Majcher
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Royal Air Maroc Approved For Washington Flights 
The agency’s approval is valid for two years. In another application filed earlier in December, Royal Air Maroc said it plans to start the new service in September 2016 with Boeing 787s.
Tijuana Bridge Could Stimulate Beach Traffic 
San Diego International Airport does not expect a new pedestrian passenger bridge connecting Southern California to Tijuana, Mexico, to have much direct effect upon operations, but it could increase competition to some beach destinations in Mexico.
Airlines In Latin America Facing Recessions, Currency Issues 
Latin American airlines continue to struggle with weakened currencies and recessions in their home countries.
U.S. And Mexico Sign Expanded Air Agreement 
The U.S. and Mexico have formally signed a long-awaited liberalized air agreement that will allow carriers from each country to more freely serve cities across the border starting Jan. 1.
Delta: ‘No Hope’ In Repatriating Venezuelan Currency 

Delta Air Lines will write off the last of its Venezuelan currency this quarter, management said during the airline’s annual investor day on Dec. 17.

Delta Reaches New Aircraft Deal With Boeing 
Delta Air Lines’ agreement with Boeing to take 20 new 737-900ERs and up to 20 used Embraer 190s does not require a new contract with its pilots.
Amaszonas Bullish On International Growth 
La Paz, Bolivia-based carrier Linea Aerea Amaszonas is focused on expanding outside its home country by forming new airlines, Executive President Sergio de Urioste told Aviation Daily.
Delta, KLM To Codeshare With Jet Airways 
SkyTeam alliance partners Delta Air Lines and KLM are launching a new codeshare program with Jet Airways, the Indian airline that is 24% owned by Gulf carrier Etihad Airways.
GOL Details Wi-Fi Installation Time Line 
Brazil’s GOL plans to finish outfitting its first aircraft with Wi-Fi ...
ALTA Airlines Carried Fewer Passengers in October 
Member airlines of the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) carried fewer passengers in October...
A4A Expects Boost In Holiday Passengers 
Airlines for America (A4A) expects U.S. airline passenger numbers during this year’s peak holiday season to increase more than 3% year-over-year.
GOL Plans Domestic Cuts In 2016 
To cope with Brazil’s volatile economy, Sao Paulo-based GOL will reduce the number of takeoffs on domestic routes by between 4-6% in the first half of 2016, the airline announced on Dec. 7 at its annual investor day.
Alaska Airlines Plans Premium-Class Retrofits 
Alaska Airlines will retrofit its aircraft to include a premium-class section in addition to its economy- and first-class seats, the airline announced on Dec. 3 at its annual investor day in New York.
JetBlue Extends Mint Flights In Barbados 
After testing the waters by offering its Mint premium cabin seasonally in the Caribbean, JetBlue has seen some early success with the introduction of Mint in Barbados, and will fly Airbus A321s with the new cabin there year-round.
NYSE Could De-List Gol Shares 

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) could de-list Brazilian carrier Gol if its share price does not reach at least $1, the minimum threshold listed securities must reach at least once in a 30-day period. Gol said it has six months to comply with the NYSE’s standard from when it received an Oct. 26 notice that it was not meeting it. In the meantime, the shares will continue to be traded. Gol, like its peers, has been affected by the dramatic depreciation of the Brazilian real.

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