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Air Canada has confirmed an order for 30 Bombardier CSeries jets that was first announced in February. The planes will be delivered starting in 2019.
JetBlue is working with the city of Detroit to get more kids to read this summer. The airline’s Soaring with Reading program will help install five vending machines in the Motor City. The vending machines will contain books, which will be free for people to take out.
After restoring habitats around the airport and capturing and treating runway runoff before it is released into local waterways, SeaTac has earned a “salmon safe” designation from environmental group Stewardship Partners.
U.S. Airlines are planning their first Cuba flights for early fall, but Panama’s Copa Airlines is continuing to add routes to Cuba right now. The airline will fly from Panama City to the city of Holguin twice per week. It already flies to Havana from Panama 46 times per week.
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