Kristin Majcher

Kristin Majcher
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American, China Southern Apply For Expanded Codesharing 
American Airlines and China Southern are applying for beyond-gateway codesharing on flights between the U.S. and China.
Tail of Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-8.
Southwest To Launch Panasonic Connectivity 
As Southwest Airlines introduces the Boeing 737 MAX and retires its older aircraft, it is gearing up for another change—using multiple suppliers to provide internet connectivity and television channels to customers.
AirAsia Group Firms Inmarsat Connectivity Deal 
AirAsia Group firmed up a deal with Inmarsat for satellite Wi-Fi on all of its Airbus A320s and A330s, the connectivity and satellite operator said during the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) Expo here.
Interjet Signs Wi-Fi Deal With Panasonic 
LONG BEACH, Calif.—Mexico’s Interjet will install Wi-Fi on its new Airbus-family aircraft deliveries, supplier Panasonic Avionics Corp. announced during the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) Expo here.
JetBlue Revealed As Launch Customer For New A320 Cabin 
Airbus revealed JetBlue Airways as the launch customer for its new Airspace A320-family cabin Sept. 26 at the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) expo here, and unveiled a mock-up of the interior.
Rendering of Gogo VisionTouch seatback scren,
Gogo To Offer Seatback Tablet for Delta C Series 
Inflight Internet provider Gogo said it is working with Delta Air Lines to provide wireless seatback inflight entertainment (IFE) on the airline’s new Bombardier C Series aircraft, provided via mounted tablets.
New Canadian Airlines Promising Low Fares 
Air Canada and WestJet Airlines to prepare for new peers planning to offer unbundled products.
Air Canada premium-economy cabin.
Air Canada Could Add ULCC Fare Type 
Air Canada is considering the addition of new branded fare types, including one designed to compete with ultra-LCCs.
Azul Airbus A330
Azul To Add A330neos In 2018 
Azul plans to add five Airbus A330-900neos, which lessor Avolon will supply.
Air Canada Boeing 787
Air Canada’s Narrowbody Fleet Transition Takes Shape 
After several years of focusing on widebody fleet renewal, Air Canada is now preparing to start introducing a large number of new narrowbodies.
Air Canada Amends Pilot Contract 
Air Canada’s pilots have agreed to make amendments to their collective bargaining agreement, allowing the company to expand its leisure carrier Rouge, among other things.
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.
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