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A/LAirline
A/LAssets/Liabilities
A/LAirlock (NASA)
A/LAnnual Leave (USACE)
A/LAutoland
A/LAragorn/Legolas (Lord of the Rings book and films)
A/LApproach and Landing
A/LArabic/Latin (bilingual keyboard)
A/LAssemble/Load
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If and when it does, the Chilean airline could face stiff competition from a resuscitated Aerolineas.
A July 1994 survey of the world's airlines in Airline Business revealed that there are 280 various alliances at 136 air carriers, ranging from marketing agreements to joint catering services.
Airline crashes are statistically rare events, and the only way to make sense of the data is to look at rates and trends.
By working in concert, they have created a market in which there is little incentive for a traveler to patronize a new airline, of for an investor to finance the venture in the first place.
US Airways' increased offer for Delta Air Lines could become a heavy burden for the merged airline, some analysts say.
The airline, after having lost its entire market share, was allowed to fly again.
The airline work force has expanded by 25 percent, producing some 100,000 new jobs.
As of 1987, the average number of passengers each minor airline served had quadrupled from ten years ago, to nearly 190,000, although the number of carriers was down to 169.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission on Tuesday delayed a vote on a plan aimed at keeping Northwest Airlines' hub operations in the Twin Cities because the airline said it could not agree to some of the terms.
For those longer flights, comfort is key which is why many fliers turn to (https://www.ibtimes.com/jetblue-pilots-raped-3-airline-workers-after-drugging-them-lawsuit-claims-2778166) JetBlue Airways , which according to the report, leads the pack as the most comfortable airline with free amenities such as Wi-Fi, extra legroom, and plenty of complimentary snacks and beverages.
Following consultations with representatives from a wide range of religious groups, the airline said it would permit staff to wear a lapel pin symbol such as a Christian cross or Jewish Star of David, the company said.
The Chief Executives of the eight existing oneworld partners - American Airlines, British Airways, Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Iberia, LAN, Finnair and Aer Lingus - were joined for the first time by their counterparts at JAL and the other two members elect Malev and Royal Jordanian.