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Miami International airport plans to expand its cargo area volume by almost half as ‘rival’ cargo airport gets FAA clearance

Miami International airport (MIA) plans to expand its cargo area to enable it to handle more than four million tons of cargo per annum by

British Airways and Norwegian are enjoying a merry dance on the trans-Atlantic

A recent blog post by aviation intelligence provider OAG provides some interesting insight into the trans-Atlantic market between the United Kingdom and North America and

Climate change and airline hubs – is it time to start thinking about alternatives?

Phoenix and Miami are mainstay hubs for the USA’s largest carrier American Airlines, but as climate change continues to alter economic and migratory patterns, what

GOL’s latest return to the US is no surprise as its 737 MAX 8s take flight

GOL’s return to the United States of America (USA) was possibly one of the worst kept secrets in the aviation industry. Back in mid-2017 the

Airport Insight: Miami International Airport

Each day this year, The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the

World Airways is reborn again as a long haul low cost airline. So what happens now?

The latest rejuvenation of World Airways has obviously generated ample amount of hype and curiousity, but there’s little substance behind its bold declarations of operating

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