Last updated: 04:58 PM ET, Mon November 16 2015
Airline Pulse: News and Notes for Nov. 16, 2015
Airlines & Airports
| Donald Wood
| November 16, 2015
Paris Operating Full Schedules, but Travelers Still Concerned
Airlines are once again flying normal schedules to and from Paris, but there are some travelers who have cancelled their trips to the French capital. This is a concern for the travel and tourism industries, but most major landmarks in the city reopened Monday.
Source: Associated Press
Boeing Forecasts $350 Billion Latin American Market
Boeing is projecting a massive upswing in the Latin American commercial aviation market over the next 20 years that will result in the airlines in the region needing an estimated 3,050 new airplanes valued at $350 billion.
Boeing Delivers First Dreamliner to KLM Airlines
Boeing and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines are celebrating the delivery of the airline's first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. In addition to today's delivery, the Air France-KLM Group has 19 Boeing 787-9s and six Boeing 787-10s on order and will lease 12 Boeing 787s through AerCap.
Study: Airline Mobile Apps Growing in Quality
According to a new study from tnooz.com shows that the once maligned airline mobile apps are starting to trend upwards, with passengers’ satisfaction with airline app quality growing.
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