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TAP Portugal’s much-anticipated service between Lisbon and Boston has finally taken off. The airline already flies nonstop to Newark and Miami from Portugal. Flights between Lisbon and JFK will start on July 1.
Delta subsidiary Delta Private Jets will be adding 4G service to its entire fleet with the help of Gogo. The service will soon be available on all 70 of the planes in the Private Jet fleet.
Air China has now gotten approval from regulators in both China and the U.S. to start its Shanghai to San Jose, California flights. The three-times-per-week service will start in September.
Pilots for the airline easyJet have gone on strike in the Netherlands. The employees of the European low cost carrier are protesting long working hours, unfair pensions and sick pay.
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