DFW Using Cell Phone Data to Track Security Wait Times: Airline Pulse News and Notes for June 1, 2016
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United is adding more free food to its international flights. The airline, which recently announced free mid-flight snacks for economy class passengers, will also offer pre-arrival snacks for passengers traveling between the US and Europe.
NASA is joining the race to create the next ultra-fast passenger jet. The space agency has announced plans to design, build and test a supersonic jet. The main selling point for their idea: an extremely quiet supersonic boom that is barely noticeable.
Despite operating several successful flights between Toronto and Winnipeg during Canada’s Liberal Party convention, upstart airline Porter says that it is not ready to expand westward just yet. The airline wants a better deal from Winnipeg’s airport before it starts regular service.
British Airways has launched service to London Stansted Airport. The airline will compete directly with Ryanair on four routes: to Mallorca, Ibiza, Malaga and Faro.
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