»»First Nonstop Service Between Berlin and Chicago

Air Berlin will start nonstop service between Berlin and Chicago O’Hare starting on March 23, 2013.


The German carrier will be the first airline to offer nonstop flights between Berlin and Chicago.
It will initially offer three weekly flights. Starting May 1st, 2013, service will increase to five flights a week.

The new route offers Chicago passengers the chance to connect to eight other German cities as well as to European destinations such as Budapest, Moscow, Oslo, and Zurich.
Air Berlin will fly the route with with Airbus A330-200.

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»»TSA Pre Avaliable at Tampa and Charlotte Airports

US Airways frequent flyers and  CBP Trusted Traveler members can now try TSA Pre at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) and at Tampa International Airport (TPA).

American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are also operational at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

TSA Pre is a program that allows passengers to expedite their screening experience if they opt in.
Only U.S. Citizens traveling on domestic flights can participate to TSA Pre.

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»»Spirit’s Expansion Plans at Dallas/Fort Worth

Spirit Airlines is planning to add five new routes from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. In September it will add Baltimore/Washington and Houston destinations.

Beginning Sept. 6, the carrier will start one daily round-trip flight between DFW and Baltimore/Washington (BWI).

Spirit will add two daily round-trip flights from DFW to Houston Bush Intercontinental (IAH) starting Sept. 20.

On April 25, 2013, the carrier will add one daily round-trip flight between DFW and Oakland (OAK) and one daily round-trip flight between DFW and Los Angeles (LAX).
Also, Spirit is waiting for regulatory approval from the Department of Transportation to begin service between DFW and Cancun.

Spirit Airlines resumed service at DFW in May 2011, starting two routes Fort Lauderdale and Las Vegas. Now it serves 15 non-stop destinations, with plans to grow to 20 with the today’s announcement.

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»»Qantas Upgrades DFW Service to Daily Flights

Beginning July 1st, Qantas Airlines will add flights to Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW) upgrading its schedule to daily service.

Qantas started flying to DFW in May 2011 after dropping the San Francisco route.

It began its new route with four weekly flights. Last January the Australian carrier upgraded the DFW schedule to six weekly flights.

Outbound flights from DFW operate via Brisbane. Return flights operate directly from Sydney.
Qantas flies the route using three-class Boeing 747-400ER jets.

The Australian carrier is codesharing with American Airlines on services from around 60 destinations into Dallas/Fort Worth International.

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»»Singapore Airlines to Start 4th Daily Flight from London Heathrow to Singapore

Beginning September 9, 2012, Singapore Airlines will increase daily flights between Singapore and London Heathrow.

The airline, which currently operates three daily flights between Singapore and Heathrow, will initially increase the number of flights per week to 25. The number of weekly flights on the route will rise to 28 within October 21.

The fourth daily flight between Singapore and London Heathrow will be operated with a Boeing 777-300ER. — Singapore Airlines currently operates its three daily flights on this route with Airbus A380s.

This additional flight, which will depart from Singapore late-night, will also allow for more convenient connections beyond London to other points in Europe, and beyond Singapore to other points within Asia and South West Pacific.

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