JetBlue Brings Mint to Boston: Airline Pulse News and Notes for March 25, 2016
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Boston-SFO JetBlue Fliers Will Get a Taste of Mint
Passenger Numbers Surge at Las Vegas McCarran
Heavy Spring Break Traffic for Midwest Airports
Airlines Extend Free Changes during Brussels Airport Closure
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European regional carrier Cityjet has been bought once again. The airline was bought by Air France/KLM and then by German firm Intro Aviation. The airline’s founder, Pat Byrne, has agreed to repurchase Cityjet with the help of a group of private backers.
People flying out of Barbados yesterday found themselves stranded after air traffic controllers decided to strike. They claim they are owed millions in back pay.
Republic Airways has reached a deal with Delta to restructure its current code-share agreement. The bankrupt regional carrier has been seeking to redo its deals with all the legacy carriers that it flies for.
Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport will get a $764 million makeover as authorities try to increase capacity to meet rapidly rising demand. Over the next decade, the airport’s capacity will be raised by 33 percent. It will eventually be able to accommodate 40 million fliers per year, most of whom will arrive on low cost carriers.
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