American Airlines is increasing service to Providenciales (PLS). The new non-stop offering from New York (JFK) on the Boeing 737-800 operates twice weekly, Saturdays and Sundays. The seasonal offering is available through Aug. 21, 2016, and Nov. 5, 2016–March 5, 2017. “The increased flight with an evening arrival on Saturday is very much welcome,” said Lavern Reynolds, terminal and marketing manager, Turks and Caicos Islands Airports Authority. “This gives us the opportunity to spread the flights out over a longer period of time and receive the passengers during our down time.” Currently, American Airlines offers other direct flights between Turks and Caicos and Charlotte (CLT), Miami (MIA), Dallas (DFW) and Boston (BOS).
Boeing’s new CEO will prioritize bringing the company’s troubled 737 MAX to service for 2020.
oneworld is an alliance of 13 world-leading airlines committed to providing the highest level of service and connecting you to more than 1,100 destinations around the world.
United Airlines recently announced the approval of 24 additional gates at Denver International Airport. United plans to grow its Denver hub from 500 daily flights to as many as 700 by 2025. The additional gates are part of the airport’s $1.5 billion concourse expansion and are planned for Concourses A and B. United will add a new United Club on Concourse A, as well as expand existing United Clubs at the airport.
A popular Virginia stay, Massanutten Resort, is getting a big update this summer. The resort originally opened its doors in 2006.
The city took its name from Athena, goddess of wisdom, strategy and war, and protector of the city. The financial, political and administrative center of the country and an all-powerful city-state in antiquity, Athens is a major center of culture. A visit to the first-ever museum dedicated to Byzantium, a stroll around the National Garden and a trip to the Olympeion archaeological site will take you back through time.
United Airlines’ environmentally friendly efforts lessen the impact on local U.S. communities.
Following regular increases in traffic throughout the region, Boeing forecasts a large need for additional aircraft in southeast Asia over the next two decades.