British Airways Announces Longest Ever Flight: Airline Pulse News and Notes for May 24, 2016
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Allegiant Air has started seven new routes over the past week. The new flights include three from Baltimore Washington International (to Ashville, Tulsa and Knoxville).
British Airways has announced its longest-ever flight, from the UK to Santiago, Chile. The journey, which will be made by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, will take approximately 14 hours and 40 minutes.
American Airlines will start service to another Arizona city from the Big Apple. The carrier will begin flying from Tucson to New York City (JFK) on October 6. Return flights will begin the following day.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz will take part in his biggest media event since returning from heart transplant surgery. Munoz will speak at Gotham Hall in New York City on June 2. United has been careful not to give away too much information about the event, only saying that it would include an “interactive presentation.”
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