Hawaii.- Hawaiian Airlines ordered Airbus 16 single-aisle A320neo planes featuring a comfortable two-class cabin with some 190 seats, new engines and large Sharklet wing tip devices, which will deliver fuel savings of 15 percent, confirmed Airbus.
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Panama.- Latin America has seen an increase in internal tourism and the main reason behind the growth is that now there are better connections to destinations within the continent.
Mexico City.- With charter flights from Los Angeles, Chicago and New York to Puebla, serviced by Boeing 737’s, Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, proved its efficiency and contributed to the success of Tianguis Turistico, a promotional business convention, held in that Mexican state.
Rome.- As part of Travelport’s strategy to enable airlines to sell their products in an efficient and integrated way through travel agent, Travelport and Alitalia have published the completed rollout of ancillary services to Travelport-connected agencies in Italy.
Tampa, Florida.- Since Tampa International Airport resumed commercial flights to Havana in 2011 for the first time since the beginning of trade embargo in 1962, more than 57,000 people have traveled to Cuba from this Floridian city.
Amsterdam.- Advanced technologies, fuels and concepts aiming to improve operational efficiency, save fuel and reduce carbon and noise emissions are about to be tested with a series of commercial flights conducted by Boeing and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.