Friday, June 11, 2010

Airlines profit travel needs end here

Vietnam Airlines Joins SkyTeam

First Southeast Asian member adds 20 new destinations to SkyTeam network - Vietnam Airlines passengers benefit from improved access to every region of the world ...more

Bombardier Aerospace Announces Its Plan to Acquire ExelTech Hangar

Bombardier announced today the acceptance of its offer to purchase the Saint-Laurent facilities of ExelTech Aerospace Inc. following the latter's bankruptcy. ...more

SkyWest, Inc. Reports Combined May Traffic for SkyWest Airlines and Atlantic Southeast Airlines

SkyWest, Inc. (Nasdaq: SKYW) reported a 7.3 percent increase in revenue passenger miles (RPMs) for May, while available seat miles (ASMs) increased 7.8 percent compared to the same period last year. ...more

Tripware TripMatch Nominated for 2010 NBTA Business Travel Innovation Awards

Tripware, the fast, simple, and personalized travel solution for self-serve business travelers, has been nominated as one of the innovators in Travel Personalization for the upcoming 2010 National Business Travel Association Business Travel Innovation Awards. All of Tripware’s booking tools offer personalized travel options that are displayed to the business traveler as TripMatch. ...more

Google Caffeine is Here: Titan SEO Explains the Difference

This long-awaited update brings a reportedly 50% faster indexing system than on previous versions of Google, as well as even faster search results for users. ...more

ASTA Works with TSA on Secure Flight Compliance

ASTA is continuing to work closely with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on the implementation of Secure Flight in a way that will reduce the adverse impact on agents and consumers. ...more

ALPA Backs Air Transat Pilots with $1 Million Grant

International Union Pledges Full Support as Pilots Pursue a Fair Contract ...more

Delta and The Greenbrier Launch New, Daily, Year-Round Air Service

Business and Political Leaders Welcome Passengers on First Flight ...more

IATA Predicts $2.5B Net Profit for 2010

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the airline industry's expected return to profitability, $2.5 billion in 2010, during its Annual General Meeting held in Berlin this week. ...more

Airliners Spreading Their Wings Freely Once More

The excessive financial turbulences due to the 2008-2009 economic meltdowns is a period airliners are glad to have behind them as the U.S. economy moves toward healthier days. ...more

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