Oman Air Introduces PayTM, Wallets and EMI

Demonstrating its continued commitment to providing excellent customer service and a seamless passenger experience. Oman Air passengers based out of India can now purchase their flights with payment options that include net banking from all

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Delta Starts Demolition at LAX

Delta Starts Demolition at LAX

Demolition has officially started on Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport, commencing the first phase of construction on the $1.86 billion Delta Sky Way project.​ Delta employees along with representatives from Los Angeles World

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Royal Air Maroc Launches Miami-Casablanca Route

Royal Air Maroc Launches Miami-Casablanca Route

Moroccan national carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) launched the first-ever Miami-Casablanca route on April 3, giving Miami International Airport its first passenger flights to Africa since the year 2000 and Florida’s only nonstop service to

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Sri Lanka’s Bloody Easter Sunday

Sri Lanka’s Bloody Easter Sunday

The seven bombings hit several high-end hotels and churches across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday morning, killing at least 138 people and injuring 560. The blasts took place in locations across the country, mostly in

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Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Receives Letter of Authorization from FAA

Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Receives Letter of Authorization from FAA

Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation announced today that it has received the Letter of Authorization (LOA) from United States civil aviation authority, the Federal Aviation Administration. The LOA provides authorization for the FAA team to be onboard

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Ontario International Airport Passenger Numbers in March

Ontario International Airport Passenger Numbers in March

The number of airline passengers who traveled through Southern California's Ontario International Airport (ONT) increased by more than 5% last month compared to March last year, the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) announced. Overall, passenger numbers grew from 415,000 in March