Airline Pulse: News and Notes for Dec. 18, 2015
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EU Adding New Airplane Tracking Rules after MH370 Disappearance
Boeing, Alaska Airlines and Port of Seattle Team for Biofuel Tests
JetBlue Only Airline Offering Lie-Flat Seating to Caribbean
Allegiant Air Makes Changes Following Federal Investigation
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United Airlines is adding comfort dogs to its terminals in San Francisco and Cleveland just in time for the holiday season.
To help make the holiday season and winter travel easier for everyone, Air Canada is offering tips and advice with the hopes of easing stress on passengers.
In a report from The Washington Post, the United States Department of Transportation is shifting to advocacy as airline complaints continue to rise.
Boeing and Jet2.com airlines announced a partnership that will include an order for three next-generation Boeing 737-800 airplanes, valued at $288 million at current list prices.
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