Kristin Majcher

Kristin Majcher
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Technicians, Airline Reach Agreement 
Southwest Airlines’ facilities-maintenance technicians reached an agreement-in-principle with airline management, the carrier said on Sept. 13.
Canada Jetlines Plans 2018 Launch 
Ultra-LCC startup Canada Jetlines plans to launch operations June 1, 2018, recently appointed CEO Stan Gadek said Sept. 11.
U.S. Airlines Revise Guidance Due To Effects Of Pricing And Storms  1
Several airlines expect lower unit revenues in the wake of hurricanes and competitive pricing.
Airlines Revise Guidance Due To Effects Of Pricing, Storms 
Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines have revised their third-quarter guidance in light of a competitive pricing environment and the effects of Hurricane Harvey on Texas.
GOL, GECAS In Boeing Deal 
GOL Linhas Aereas has signed a sale-and-leaseback agreement with GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) for five Boeing 737 MAX 8s and two 737-800NGs.
Southwest Shores Up Dominant California Position, Adds 737 MAX 
The U.S. carrier will expand range with the 737-8 aircraft, fitted with 175 passenger seats in a single-class configuration.
JetBlue Now Third The U.S. Airline With Havana Ticket Offices 
One year after starting scheduled flights to Cuba, JetBlue Airways has opened two ticket offices in Havana.
Air Canada To Add Vancouver Routes 
Air Canada will strengthen its links between Vancouver and Europe next summer, and will also extend a seasonal Australian service.
Southwest Boosts California Routes, Gets First MAX 
Southwest Airlines is boosting its California route network, especially in San Jose and Sacramento.
UTC To Open New Nacelle Facility In Alabama 
UTC Aerospace Systems is preparing to open a new nacelle assembly facility in Foley, Alabama, in the coming weeks, which will significantly expand its existing operations there.
Spirit Adds New Orleans Routes 
Spirit Airlines is adding four routes to New Orleans this fall.
Hainan Airlines Approved For Changsha-New York Flight 
The U.S. Transportation Dept. (DOT) has approved Hainan Airlines to start service between Changsha, China, and New York.
Air Seoul Obtains U.S. Permit 
Asiana Airlines subsidiary Air Seoul received a foreign air carrier permit from the U.S. Transportation Department, an Aug. 15 regulatory filing shows.
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Iceland’s WOW Adding U.S. Routes 
WOW Air will bring its ultra-low prices to the U.S. Midwest next summer, with flights to several new cities from its Reykjavik, Iceland, base.
Air Canada To Launch Tokyo-Montreal Route 
Air Canada will launch flights between Montreal and Tokyo Narita International Airport in June 2018, the airline said Aug. 23.
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