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Lufthansa Cutting Flights Due to Coronavirus

Lufthansa has announced that it will cut short and medium haul flights by up to 25% due to the spread of the coronavirus.

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Remembering Pan Am

I have fond memories of Pan American World Airways (1927-1991). Pan Am was the unofficial flag carrier of the United States. In 1970, it carried 11 million passengers to 86 countries worldwide. Pan Am has an important list of firsts to its credit, including: First U.S. airline to operate permanent international air service (Key West, […]

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United Expanding in Denver

AirlineGeeks reports that United plans to expand the number of flights from its Colorado hub from its present 500 flights per day to as many as 700 by 2025. Over the past five years, United has added more than 100 flights from Denver. United also plans to add 1,000 jobs in its Denver hub in […]

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Biggest Airlines – A Decade of Change

It is interesting to see the airlines that have grown and declined over the last decade. Measured by scheduled seats, OAG reports that American Airlines is the largest airline in the world beating out Delta, which held the top spot in 2010. Even so, Delta’s scheduled seats grew by 20% from 2010 to 2019. Other […]

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Adria Airways Files for Bankruptcy

On September 30, 2019, Slovenian airline Adria Airways filed for bankruptcy and canceled all flights. I flew Adria from Frankfurt to Ljubljana on August 31, 2019 and now the whole airline is gone. Even the airline’s website is down. Not even a goodbye or a message to passengers. Here today, gone tomorrow. You can see my photos of Slovenia […]