Delta Adds New Iceland Flight: Airline Pulse News and Notes for June 30, 2016
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Frontier Cutting Atlanta Flights
TSA Bringing in More Bomb Sniffing Dogs
Delta Adds Summer Iceland Flight
JetBlue Adds Dominican Republic Flights
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Air Canada is ordering 45 Bombardier CS300s in an effort to make its fleet more fuel efficient. The planes will be delivered between 2019 and 2022.
As many as five million potential passengers are not flying in Africa because countries impose unnecessary restrictions and high taxes on airlines that are trying to establish new routes. These roaddblocks have led to several major carriers, including Kenyan Airways, declaring bankruptcy in recent years.
New Jersey has a new plan for funding its infrastructure projects. It still includes a gas tax, but the controversial fuel tax on airlines has been left out of the latest version of the bill.
Tianjin Airlines is the fourth Chinese carrier to fly directly from China to England. The airline, owned by the HNA Group, which includes Hainan Airlines, will fly twice per week to London Gatwick from its namesake city in northeastern China.
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