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American Airlines to Fix More Seats

Monday, October 15th, 2012

American Airlines has said that they will modify the seats on 49 more aircraft in order to ensure that they don’t come lose during flight.  This issue caused the airline to ground 48 aircraft last week after after seats on three Boeing 757s came loose during flight.  They found that the seat rows weren’t locking into the tracks on the floor.  The repair crews are adding a secondary locking device to the seats in most of the airline’s Boeing 767 aircraft as well as an extra precaution, even though there have been no issues with the seats in these planes.


Work on the 67s began last Thursday and will be completed by October 21.  All work will be done in the overnight hours, so no flights will have to be cancelled.  The airline did have to cancel 94 flights on their 757s to repair the problem on those planes.  There are no other planes in American’s fleet with the same seat locking device and the FAA is allowing the airline to keep operating flights while it makes the modifications.


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Easyjet Will Launch Six New Flights

Sunday, October 14th, 2012

Easyjet has announced that they will be launching six new routes from Edinburgh Airport, including flights to Berlin and Hamburg in Germany, Copenhagen in Denmark, Prague in the Czech Republic, and Dubrovnik in Croatia.  The sixth new route is to Reykjavik in Iceland, which was announced last week.  These new routes will bring 160 new jobs to Edinburgh and roughly 500 indirect jobs throughout Scotland.


Before deciding on the destinations of the new routes, the airline sought advise from the business and tourism community, including VisitScotland and Marketing Edinburgh.  With the new routes, the airlines expects to service an additional 140,000 passengers each year and it will bring close to £90m to the British economy.  Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that the new routes will provide links to some of the most exciting destinations in the world and will strengthen ties with Germany and Scandinavia.


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Flights Diverted from Manila Airport

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Officials report that 17 flights were diverted from Manila Airport in the Philippines due to a glitch in the equipment of the air traffic control tower.  The diverted flights included five international flights: Asiana Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Thai Airways, Zest Airway, and Philippine Airlines.  The flights were diverted to cities in central Cebu and Iloilo as well as the formerly U.S.-run Clark Air Base, which lies north of Manila.


An advisory from the Manila International Airport Authority said that flights were diverted “due to air traffic facility problem,” but did not expand or elaborate on the problem.  Those officials who had the authorization to discuss the matter could not be reached.  Jen Franco, from the airport’s public affairs office, said the glitch was repaired just before noon and all of the diverted flights later made their way to Manila Airport.


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Delta Airlines to Increase Flights to Paris

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

Delta Airlines has sent out a press release that indicates the airline will be expanding its service to Paris in the summer of 2013.  This will include new nonstop flights from several cities, including Atlanta, Detroit, Boston, and Newark.  In addition, the Paris flights to Newark, as well as those from Paris to New York’s JFK, Seattle, and Cincinnati, will feature full flat-bed seats with direct aisle access in the BusinessElite section.


Bruno Matheu, Executive Vice President Marketing, Revenue Management and Network Air France-KLM and Chief Commercial Officer Air France, says that the key to their strategy strengthening their network and improving customer experience.  He also said that in Paris, their passengers and those of Air France will experience shorter transitions between gates and concourses because they airlines are consolidating their airport operations.


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