MIA expands pre-scheduled TSA screening times

Source: MIA Free reservation service available for American Airlines passengers American Airlines passengers flying out of Miami International Airport can now schedule their TSA checkpoint screening time from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. with MIA Reserve a free reservation service. During the six-month pilot program that began on September 15 with security technology firm Pangiam, software and consultancy company Copenhagen Optimization, secure identity platform CLEAR, and American Airlines, reserved screening times are available daily to American Airlines passengers at MIA's TSA Checkpoint 4.  Reservations are limited and can be scheduled up to 72 hours before a flight. It is recommended that passengers reserve their spot early to secure their preferred appointment time. Appointments are available up to 60 minutes before domestic flights and up [...]

2022-09-26T16:17:38+03:00September 26th, 2022|AIRLINES, AIRPORTS, News|

TUI fly brings Brussels service back to MIA

Source: Miami International With this new Brussels route, MIA now has nonstop service to 17 European cities Belgian low-cost carrier TUI fly is bringing its Brussels-Miami route back to Miami International Airport on April 2 with twice-weekly service, reconnecting the two cities with nonstop flights for the first time since the pandemic began. The re-launched route will be served by TUI fly's Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, which seats 300 passengers. With the new Brussels route, MIA now has nonstop service to 17 European cities. MIA will welcome back another global airline and its second international route this month when Royal Air Maroc resumes its twice-weekly Casablanca-Miami service on April 10. TUI fly is the second-largest Belgian airline company, with its network of over 200 routes [...]

2022-04-04T21:44:01+03:00April 5th, 2022|AIRLINES, AIRPORTS, News|

Hartsfield-Jackson Announces Delta Technical Operations Center Lease Extension

Source: Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport  Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) in partnership with Delta Air Lines today announced the airline has extended their lease agreement to keep the Technical Operations Center (TOC) in Atlanta for another 30 years. The 200-acre campus at ATL employs approximately 7,000 people. The TOC is the largest and most sophisticated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facility in North America, and one of the largest in the world. Delta TechOps employees perform engine work and overhauls, component overhauls and repair, aircraft maintenance, line maintenance and more to Delta’s 850-aircraft fleet, as well as to engines and airplanes of its customers. “Delta Air Lines’ partnership with Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport ensures that thousands of skilled, high-paying [...]

2021-12-30T22:07:51+02:00December 30th, 2021|AIRLINES, AIRPORTS, News|

Aeroméxico cargo exceeds 400 exclusive cargo flights

Source: Aeromexico Aeromexico flight No. 401 departed from Mexico City to Hong Kong. As a result of the global pandemic, Aeromexico has deployed its talent and infrastructure to operate flights exclusively for cargo shipping. Since then and to date, Mexico's global airline has transported 10,297 tons to 18 countries in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. These operations represent a record for the company and totaled nearly 11 million kilometers, equivalent to 270 trips around the world. As part of the cargo transported were: 7,000 tons of medical supplies, 43.5 tons of vaccines, and 46 tons of the active ingredient for vaccines’ production in Mexico. "These 401 exclusive cargo charter flights are a milestone for Aeromexico’s and our country’s history. They [...]

2021-12-28T14:47:07+02:00December 2nd, 2021|AIRLINES, News|

VINCI Airports receives new Ryanair base in Madeira, Portugal

Source: Vinci Airports VINCI Airports and ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal-, Portugal and Madeira Tourism Boards and Ryanair announce the opening of a new operational base at Funchal airport, main gateway to the Madeira region. Ten routes are planned, with five new destinations supporting a significant increase in Madeira's air connectivity. VINCI Airports, ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal -, Ryanair, Madeira’s Regional Government /Madeira Tourism Board and the Portuguese Government/ Portugal’s Tourism Board announced at a joint press conference, the opening of Ryanair's new base in Madeira, Funchal. This event, which took place at Madeira airport, was attended by Pedro Siza Vieira, Minister of State, Economy and Digital Transition, Miguel Albuquerque, President of the Regional Government of Madeira, Thierry Ligonnière, [...]

2021-11-24T16:32:42+02:00November 24th, 2021|AIRLINES, AIRPORTS, News|

Embraer Renews the Pool Program Agreement with TAP express

Source: Embraer Embraer announced today at the MRO Europe, a leading aeronautical maintenance event, that it has signed the renewal of the Pool Program with TAP express, TAP Air Portugal’s subsidiary. The contract includes broad support for components to the airline’s E-Jets fleet. Currently, Embraer’s Pool Program supports more than 50 airlines worldwide. “Over the years, Embraer's support has proven to be of tremendous value to our operation. Having Embraer at our side gives us the peace of mind of being able to focus only on day-to-day operations in order to offer passengers our best service,” said Valter Fernandes, Managing Director of TAP express. Since 1998, TAP express, formerly known as PGA-Portugália Airlines, has trusted Embraer for the support of [...]

2021-10-21T15:04:07+03:00October 20th, 2021|AIRLINES, MANUFACTURERS, News|