Kristin Majcher

Kristin Majcher
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WestJet Pilots Mull Union Representation
The Air Line Pilots Association made the announcement on the same day that WestJet indicated its plan to launch an ultra-LCC.
Azul Focuses On Diversified Fleet 
After years of angling to go public, Azul raised more than $570 million to launch an initial public offering, and plans to grow its fleet.
Interjet Receives First A320neo 
Interjet has received its first A320neo, the Mexico City-based airline announced on April 17.
Southwest Opposes Volaris Costa Rica’s U.S. Application 
In a recent regulatory filing with the U.S. Transportation Department, Southwest argued that the other airline does not satisfy ownership requirements under the U.S.-Costa Rica air transport agreement.
Delta And Aeromexico Seek To Expand Codeshare Routes 
Both airlines’ requests would cover codesharing on mainline or regional airline flights.
Norwegian To Cancel Puerto Rico Service 
Norwegian will not continue its seasonal San Juan, Puerto Rico, service from Europe next winter.
Aeromexico and Delta aircraft at Mexico City International Airport.
DOT Assigns Aeromexico And Delta Slots 
In the final order, the agency upheld the Mexico City slot assignments it had previously indicated in a show-cause order. However, the agency did adjust assigned slot times at New York JFK, which frees up space for Volaris.
Unions Oppose Cathay Pacific’s Pilot-Training Moves 
Cathay Pacific and a major pilots’ union are clashing over the carrier’s plans to outsource some pilot training due to a long-running industrial action campaign.
Norwegian Boeing 787-9.
Norwegian Adds London-U.S. Routes  2
Norwegian will connect London with two more U.S. cities in September when it adds service to Denver and Seattle, the airline announced on April 5.
Spirit Airlines Airbus A320 interior.
Spirit Unfazed By Legacy Carriers’ Basic Fares 
Spirit Airlines is not experiencing any significant effect from legacy carriers’ recent attempts to match its prices with basic economy fares, the airline’s CEO Robert Fornaro said during the CAPA Americas Aviation Summit 2017 here.
As Asian Market Matures, American Firms Partnerships 
American Airlines expects to use its partnerships to further expand its Asian network, said Joe Mohan, the airline’s vice president of alliances and partnerships, during the CAPA Americas Aviation Summit.
Orlando International Airport Planning Expansion
Orlando International Airport is operating in excess of its operational capacity, and working on a design to add more gates in a few years, executive director Phil Brown told Aviation Daily.
JetBlue: Our Entry Lowers Boston-Atlanta Fares 
JetBlue said its market entry onto the Boston-Atlanta route has driven down prices for flights between the cities.
JetBlue Pushes For ATL Concourse Change 
JetBlue will operate a majority of its upcoming Boston-Atlanta flights from a concourse it did not initially agree to use, the airline said.
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