American Airlines to Demolish Old Headquarters: Airline Pulse News and Notes for May 18, 2016
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American Airlines to Implode Old Headquarters
No Everyone Happy with Coming Cuba Flights
American Airlines Hires Workers to Assist at TSA Checkpoints
AA Receives First American-Made Airbus
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Qatar Airways has announced that it has increased its share of IAG to 15.01 percent. The Doha-based airline said that it may increase its stake in the company, which includes British Airways and Aer Lingus, further in the future.
Alaska Airlines has promoted two executives senior leadership roles. Former Alaska COO and EVP Ben Minicucci will become the airline’s president and COO, while former Horizon president and COO David Campbell has been promoted to Horizon's president and CEO.
JetBlue’s latest flash sale ends at midnight tonight. Highlights include $79 fares from JFK to Bermuda, Portland to Anchorage and Detroit to Fort Lauderdale.
Hawaiian Airlines pilots have voted to allow their union to order a strike if contract negotiations do not end with a new collective bargaining agreement. 99 percent of the pilots agreed to let their representatives call a strike if negotiations do not go well.
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