• US Air Traffic Is Finally Picking Up-But It's A Lazy L-Shaped Curve

    12 days ago - By Forbes

    Despite a slight uptick in passenger volume, the recovery curve doesn't look like a V or U.
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  • U.S. Bullies China To Allow More Passenger Flights Despite Coronavirus Travel Restrictions

    12 days ago - By Forbes

    United Airlines wants to resume four passenger routes to China next month while Delta Air Lines wants to resume two. But a temporary Chinese policy allows only one route.
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  • Delta Air Lines will be the last US passenger airline to retire its MD-80 fleet in June. Take a look back at the all-American 'Mad Dog' jet

    Delta Air Lines will be the last US passenger airline to retire its MD-80 fleet in June. Take a look back at the all-American 'Mad Dog' jet

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Delta Air Lines is advancing the retirement date of its McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series aircraft to June 2.
    The Long Beach, California-built jets joined the Delta fleet in 1987 and also flew for Trans World Airlines, American Airlines, and Alaska Airlines.
    Delta is the last US passenger airline to operate the aircraft with American and Allegiant having retired theirs over the past two years.
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    Delta Air Lines has given an early retirement date to its McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series aircraft as the carrier...
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