Delta Air Lines, WestJet Scrap Joint Venture Plans
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U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines and Canada’s WestJet have pulled the plug on a planned joint venture that would have seen the airlines deepen their existing codeshare partnership and coordinate schedules on transborder routes.
EASA Details Guidelines For 737 MAX Return To Service
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With the Boeing 737 MAX’s return to service now under way, and at least a portion of the world’s grounded fleets of airliners scheduled to start flying again in 2021, EASA has published detailed guidelines for operators bringing their aircraft out of storage.
A pilot scheme to test a new electronic document that will give passengers, airlines and governments the necessary confidence to reopen air routes is scheduled to start by the end of 2020, IATA said Nov. 23.
Mexico Leisure Markets Attractive For U.S. Transborder Airlines
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Transborder routes between the U.S. and Mexico have performed better during the last couple months as Mexico’s more relaxed travel policies have resulted in airlines bolstering their capacity from the U.S. to Mexico’s leisure markets.
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