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  • Air India joins Star Alliance!

    Congratulations to AI. It was a long wait, but will hopefully prove successful. Hopefully, we will see other carriers in India make more significant moves towards alliances now as well....
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  • SQ A380 to LAX, as of July 1st!

    So, did anyone go to greet the beast, at LAX? If so, how was the spotting?

    Does the A380 have the range to do a SIN-LAX non-stop?...
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  • Turkish Airlines announces expansion and sales to LAX!

    It's great to see THY expanding at LAX, and the sale is great news. So, I guess that we're going to see more 773s at LAX, and soon? And, is that a great sale, or not? I am not too sure about prices (generally) to the area......
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  • Shenzhen Airlines to Star Alliance!

    Not much of a surprise, but still, Star is begging to feel crowded, and other alliances are seemingly non-existent in that area. BTW, this topic (of them potentially) has likely been discussed before, but this should serve as confirmation......
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    started a topic Ethopian joins Star Alliance!

    Ethopian joins Star Alliance!

    I wonder who their main sponsor was? Anyway, great news for all involved! Congrats to Ethopian!...
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  • LOT with Air France-KLM/SkyTeam?

    Jan. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Three potential bidders are interested in Polskie Linie Lotnicze LOT SA, Polandís national airline, the Treasury Ministry said, declining to comment on a report of interest from Air France-KLM Group.
    The investors include at least one airline and at least one financial group, Maciej Wewior, a spokesman for the ministry, said by phone today, declining to name them. Earlier today the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna newspaper reported, without naming its source, that Air France-KLM is among the bidders.
    Poland expects LOT to sell new shares to boost its capital, and the government wonít sell a stake, Deputy Treasury Minister Zdzislaw Gawlik told the newspaper today. It isnít Polandís ďintentionĒ to keep a majority stake in the company, he said. LOT is seeking an investor as it strives to regain profitability with new labor contracts, more fuel-efficient flights and better service, Chief Executive Officer Sebastian Mikosz said in August. The company had a net l...
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