Alaska Increases Passenger Count at SEA Despite Delta Competition

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Last Thursday, Alaska Airlines reported that its passenger count was up +9.7% for the first half of 2015…not a huge surprise given the numerous destinations and frequencies the airline has added as it continues to battle with Delta. What was more interesting is that Alaska’s load factor was only down -1.6% to 84.6%, indicating only a few more…

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30 Second Check — Did Your Barclays 10K Anniversary Bonus Transfer To Your Red Aviator Card?

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For those with the old US Airways MasterCard that offered the awesome anniversary bonus, there has been some confusion as to whether or not this perk transferred to the new Red Aviator card. FlyerTalk member nall discovered a quick and easy way to confirm that your bonus transferred to the your new Red Aviator card.…

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Singapore Really Wants to Restore Non-Stop Service to New York

Goh Choon Phong, Singapore Airlines CEO, has for the second time in the last week discussed his desire to restart non-stop service between Singapore and New York (no mention of Newark or JFK). The airline is currently talking with both Airbus and Boeing to find an appropriate and cost efficient aircraft for the route.  From Bloomberg:…

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