Airlines and Airports Mark Earth Day: Airline Pulse News and Notes for April 22, 2016
These are the air travel stories taking off on the internet today.
Frontier Airlines Launches 35 New Routes
Airlines And Airports Mark Earth Day
Boeing Mulling New Version of 737
Delta Applies for Minneapolis-Tokyo Haneda Route
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Southwest Airlines will soon break ground on a $145 million project to build a new operations center at Dallas Love Field. The project will also include a flight simulator building. It comes on the heels of a $100 million expansion to the airline’s headquarters.
South Korean budget airlines will have to operate under stricter regulations after a series of safety protocol breaches. Both Jeju Air and Jun Air have been fined recently for breaking safety rules, and some industry experts are warning that the problem is much bigger than people think.
Delta Air Lines and Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International are marking Autism Awareness Month by opening a new multi-sensory room that is designed especially for people with autism.
American Airlines is also trying to score one of the coveted slots at Tokyo Haneda airport by offering a new route from Dallas Fort Worth. If approved, this will be the fourth daily flight from Dallas to Tokyo (though the other three all go to Narita, not Haneda).
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