Disgraced United Exec Gets $37 Million Severance: Airline Pulse News and Notes for May 4, 2016
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WestJet reported a quarterly drop in profits for the first three months of 2016. The Canadian carrier has suffered from a drop off in the country's once-lucrative oil industry.
JetBlue is advertising fares as low as $40 for its latest flash sale, which will end at midnight (ET) tonight. Fares examples include $99 from New York JFK to Fort Lauderdale or Jacksonville and $64 from Hartford to Lauderdale.
A court has approved Delta’s deal with bankrupt Republic Airways. Delta will give $75 million to Republic to “support its restructuring plan." The return of some of Republic’s planes was also approved.
Air Canada began service between Toronto and Washington Dulles on Monday. The flag carrier will fly the route three times per day.
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