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  2. IATA - Home

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    Fly Net Zero is the commitment of airlines to achieve net zero carbon by 2050, bringing air transport in line with the Paris agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C.

  3. Republic Airways - Wikipedia

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    However, Chautauqua later started to operate 70-seat regional jets on behalf of United Airlines, and this caused American to be in violation of its pilot union scope clause, which prevented an airline from operating on behalf of American if that airline was operating jet aircraft of more than 50 seats, even if such aircraft were operating on ...

  4. Amazon.com: Underground Airlines eBook : Winters, Ben H.: Books

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    He has been nominated for the Chautauqua Prize, the Macavity Award, the Anthony Award, and the Bank Street Award for Children's Books. Both Golden State and Underground Airlines were selected by the American Booksellers of America as "Indie Next" picks, and he has earned placement on numerous "Best Of" lists, including on Amazon, Slate, and NPR.

  5. American Airlines route map - Europe - Airline Route Maps

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    American Airlines is the world s largest airline by fleet size, passengers carried and revenue. The merger with US Airways took place in 2013, and by 2015 the brand was fully phased out. American Airlines is one of the founding members of Oneworld, operating out of 10 hubs across the United States; the three largest hubs are Dallas/Ft. Worth ...

  6. Frontier Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Chautauqua Airlines. Chautauqua Airlines had been operating feeder flights on behalf of Midwest Airlines and began service for Frontier with the merger of Frontier and Midwest in October 2010. Chautauqua operated up to 12 Embraer 135 and Embraer 145 jets out of Milwaukee. Frontier began branding these flights as Frontier Express in the spring ...

  7. The Aviation Herald

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    Last Update: Sunday, Nov 27th 2022 16:21Z 28555 Articles available Events from Mar 23rd 1994 to Nov 27th 2022 : www.avherald.com: Incidents and News in Aviation

  8. Endeavor Air - Wikipedia

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    The airline was founded as Express Airlines I in 1985 and was renamed Pinnacle Airlines in 2002. In 2012, Pinnacle's parent company filed for Chapter 11 reorganization, then emerged as a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines.

  9. Allegheny Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Allegheny Airlines was a regional airline that operated out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1952 to 1979 with routes primarily located in the eastern U.S. It was the forerunner of USAir that was subsequently renamed US Airways, which itself merged with American Airlines.

  10. Continental Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Activiteiten. Continental Airlines vloog vanuit haar hubs in Houston, Newark en Cleveland op diverse bestemmingen in Noord- en Zuid-Amerika, Europa en Azië. Continental Micronesia, een dochter van Continental, dekt het Pacifisch gebied rondom Hawaï en Azië vanaf haar hub in Guam.

  11. Shuttle America – Wikipedia

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    Die Flotte wurde großteils ursprünglich von Chautauqua Airlines betrieben, wurde aber nach und nach zu Shuttle America transferiert, um die für American Airlines geltende Piloten-Klausel zu umgehen. Das Abkommen zwischen American Airlines und ihren Piloten beschränkt Codeshare-Zubringer auf Maschinen mit maximal 50 Sitzen.