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Recline Or Not Recline: That Is The Question

In one of Metropolitan Airport News first year’s articles, I wrote a column on reclining seats, and how rude travelers are to...

Delta Reduces Flight Schedule to South Korea Following Coronavirus Outbreak

Delta is temporarily reducing the number of weekly flights it operates between the U.S. and Seoul-Incheon (ICN), South Korea, due to global...
Delta Thank You Plane

Following $1.6B Profit Sharing Payout Delta Unveils Livery Featuring All 90,000 Employee Names

Delta Air Lines will pay out more than $1 billion in profit sharing, celebrating the outstanding accomplishments made possible by its employees...
JetBlue 20th

JetBlue Celebrates Anniversary With $20 One-Way Fares

JetBlue marked its 20th birthday, commemorating its first revenue flight between New York and Fort Lauderdale on February 11, 2000. Twenty years, 470 million customers, and...
Air Italy JFK

Air Italy Enters Liquidations

Qatar Airways-backed carrier Air Italy has entered liquidation and is ceasing operations, the airline announced Tuesday, February 11th.  Replacement...
David Neeleman Breeze Airline

Breeze Airlines Launched By Neeleman

Almost 20 years after disrupting the staid world of U.S. airline service with the launch of JetBlue, Utah native and serial air...
United Airlines CRJ550 New York to DC

First of Its Kind Jet to Shuttle Travelers Between the Beltway and the Big...

United Airlines today announced a new hourly shuttle service between Washington's Reagan National Airport and New York/Newark Liberty International Airport. United will...

JetBlue to Add Guatemala, Bozeman Service, Reduce Flights to Havana

JetBlue Airways announced multiple schedule and route changes for the new year as well as several new routes. The airline will introduce...

LATAM Moves New York/JFK Operations to Terminal 4

LATAM Airlines Group relocated its operations at John F. Kennedy International Airport from Terminal 8 to Terminal 4, where Delta serves over...

Jetblue Takes Steps to Become Carbon-Neutral

JetBlue Airways Corp. said it will become the first large U.S. airline to offset emissions from all of its domestic flights, aiming...