Delta Defends Removal of ‘YouTube Star’ From New York Bound Flight

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YouTube star Adam Saleh was ejected from a Delta Airline flight at Heathrow Airport this week – but the reasons for his removal are under dispute. Saleh claims he and his travelling companion were kicked off the London-to-New York flight …

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NCAA Denies Knowledge of Airlines’ Demands of US Dollars for Payments

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Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, has said the regulatory authority is not aware of any reported case of   foreign airlines operating in Nigeria charging Nigerian passengers dollars   instead of Naira the official currency of the country. Investigations by Vanguard revealed that …

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Brussels Airport Attack: Cancellations, Delays and Statuses of Major Airlines

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Brussels Airport, the site of deadly twin blasts Tuesday, will stay closed until at least Wednesday afternoon local time, the Belgian crisis center has announced. The terrorist attacks at the international airport in Zaventem, 7 miles outside Belgium’s capital, killed …

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Delta, United and American Airlines Bans Hoverboards On Flights

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The largest three airlines in the United States are banning hoverboards on flights due to concerns about potential fires aboard commercial jets. Delta, United and American airlines, known collectively as the “Big 3,” have announced hoverboard bans ahead of a holiday …

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Delta Airlines Airlifted 900,000 Nigerian Passengers Since 2007 Launch

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Delta Airline has airlifted over 900,000 passengers from Nigeria in the last Eight years. This was revealed by the airline Commercial Director, East and West Africa, Mr. Bobby Byran while fielding questions from aviation reporters and giving an update of …

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Delta Airlines Still World’s Most Flown Airline

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Delta Airlines remains the world’s most popular carrier, according to the latest data released by IATA, an aviation trade group. Delta carried 129.4m passengers last year, putting it a nose ahead of second place Southwest. Only one of the world’s five largest …

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Emirates Denies Subsidy and Unfair Competition Allegations By “US Big Three”

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Emirates yesterday (30th June, 2015) released its point-by-point, fact-based response to allegations of subsidy and unfair competition leveled by the “big three” US legacy carriers – Delta, United and American Airlines. The full document was released to the media and public, …

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Chelsea FC and Delta Airlines Renews Partnership

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Delta Air Lines has inked a new three-year deal with Chelsea Football Club as the club’s official airline sponsor, again bringing together two major international brands. Delta and Chelsea FC, the English Premier League and Capital One Cup champions, first …

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