Now that Aeromexico and Delta Air Lines have accepted the regulatory conditions they must satisfy to start a transborder joint venture, the US Transportation Department (DOT) has initiated the process for transferring slots from those carriers to competitors.
Mexico City-based ultra low-cost carrier (ULCC) Volaris has begun selling tickets for its Costa Rica subsidiary, the airline told ATW’s sister publication Aviation Daily during the annual Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) Airline Leaders Forum in Mexico City.
Initial Wall Street reactions to the US presidential election results do not necessarily signal long-term effects, Air Lease Corp. (ALC) CEO John Plueger said at the annual Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) Airline Leaders Forum in Mexico City.
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) is proposing to approve antitrust immunity (ATI) for the joint venture (JV) between Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico—but with conditions including the divestiture of slots at Mexico City and New York JFK.
Delta Air Lines will introduce two new services to Nashville, Tennessee, and San Francisco from Boston, and will ramp up frequencies on some existing routes from the East Coast city. In most cases, several other carriers are providing service in these markets.
Let’s start with today’s good news for United. The CEO issued a full apology for the awful bumped-then-dragged passenger incident, took full responsibility and promised a full review of the company’s crew transport and over-booking procedures....More
Technology provider Thales has signed a contract with an unnamed customer, covering its entire suite of inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) products, which should be made public by June....More