Kristin Majcher

Kristin Majcher
Delta Revises Q3 Guidance After Flight Disruptions 
The airline now expects to record an operating margin of between 18–19%, down from its previous estimate of 19–21%.
DOT Grants Havana Frequencies  1
The agency tentatively allocated 20 daily scheduled, roundtrip frequencies to Havana to eight carriers on July 7, and upheld its decision in a final order issued on Aug. 31.
UPS Pilots Ratify Labor Deal 
Pilots at shipping giant UPS have agreed to a five-year labor contract, the Independent Pilots Association union said Aug. 31.
Venezuela’s Avior Plans Long-Haul Expansion 
Venezuela’s Avior Airlines has applied to amend its exemption authority for U.S. flights so that it can fly larger aircraft.
Airlines Add Mexico Routes As New Bilateral Enters Force 
Now that a new bilateral aviation agreement between Mexico and the U.S. is in force, U.S. airlines have a chance to fly to more destinations in the two countries without the restrictions mandated by the former agreement.
Avianca Posts Net Loss, Cuts Costs 
Avianca Holdings recorded a net loss in the second quarter, but also cut costs and boosted operating income.
GOL Gets FAA Certification For C Checks 
GOL said it plans to complete 80 C checks of its own aircraft this year, plus two under the FAA certification in the fourth quarter for lease returns.
Delta Adds Competition On Boston Routes 
Delta Air Lines will introduce two new services to Nashville, Tennessee, and San Francisco from Boston, and will ramp up frequencies on some existing routes from the East Coast city.
GOL Continues Trimming Fleet, Capacity 
Gol is heading into the second half of the year with a reduced fleet and lower capacity, as well as a key change to its senior management team.
Gogo To Offer Connectivity In China 

BOSTON—With regulatory approvals in place, Gogo is now readying to provide connectivity services on international flights entering or leaving China.                                                                     &

United Flight Attendants Approve Labor Deal 
United Airlines’ flight attendants will now work under a single contract for the first time since the carrier merged with Continental Airlines in 2010.
Delta Sees Widespread Cancellations After Outage 
Delta Air Lines said Aug. 11 that its operations had normalized, following a reservation system outage that caused hundreds of cancellations and delays.
Delta To Draw Down Narita Flights 
Delta will axe certain flights into its Tokyo Narita Airport hub this fall, following tentative awards for daytime frequencies at the city’s closer-in Haneda Airport.
Virgin America Earnings Miss Analysts’ Estimates 
Virgin America’s second-quarter financial results missed analysts’ expectations, despite the carrier reporting higher operating revenues.
Power Issue Disrupts Delta Flights 
Delta Air Lines canceled hundreds of flights Aug. 8 after an overnight power outage in Atlanta affected its computer system.

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