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- 41. Second Boeing 777X Begins Flight Tests
Boeing's second 777X airplane completed its maiden flight last week. Captain Ted Grady, 777X project pilot, and Captain Van Chaney, 777/777X chief pilot, flew the plane for 2 hours and 58 minutes over Washington state before landing at Seattle's Boeing Field at 14:02 Pacific.
- 42. V Australia launch Delayed
V Australia launch Delayed. Virgin Blue has blamed the ongoing strike at Boeing’s Seattle plant for a delay to its planned 15 December 2008 launch of its long haul international airline V Australia. Boeing has earlier advised its customers, including V Australia, that it cannot predict the duration of the dispute and therefore cannot guarantee the delivery date of the airline’s lau
- 43. ANA to Expand Boeing 787-8 Routes
ANA is to introduce the Boeing 787 onto two new international routes, bringing the number of overseas destinations it serves with the Dreamliner to eight. From this autumn, ANA will begin flying the 787 from Tokyo Narita to Munich and Singapore and will also re-introduce the aircraft on its Narita-Seattle route.
- 44. Amazon’s First Branded Air Cargo Plane Takes Off
Amazon showcased its first ever branded air cargo plane during last week’s Seafair Air Show, an annual community celebration taking place in Amazon’s hometown of Seattle. The Boeing 767-300 is operated by Amazon’s air cargo provider Atlas Air.
- 45. Air New Zealand’s First Boeing 787-9 Gets All Black Livery
Air New Zealand’s first Boeing 787-9 aircraft bearing the airline’s distinctive new all black livery has been revealed at Boeing’s Everett factory near Seattle. The aircraft, which will soon become the first 787-9 in commercial operation, rolled out of Boeing’s paint hangar on 5 April (Pacific Standard Time) and will join the Air New Zealand fleet mid this year.
- 46. Boeing to Consolidate Flight Training Facilities in North America
Boeing has decided to consolidate its flight training capabilities in North America – including its 787 flight and maintenance training – at the Boeing Flight Services training campus in Miami. Boeing will relocate all full-flight simulators and other devices from Seattle to Miami, starting with two 787 training suites.
- 47. Alaska Airlines Introduces Self-Service Bag-Tagging
Alaska Airlines has introduced a self-service bag-tagging option for passengers travelling from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The new service enables passengers to print and attach their own luggage tags from a self-service kiosk in the airport lobby, adding to Alaska Airlines’ customer-focused initiative toward making travel easier.
- 48. US Hotel Industry Performance in June 2010
STR Reports US Hotel Industry Performance for June 2010. New York, experienced the only double-digit ADR increase among the top markets, up 15.4% to US$230.11. New Orleans, Louisiana, dropped 9.2% in ADR to US$105.31, reporting the largest decrease in that metric, followed by Detroit, Michigan (-5.8% to US$75.73), and Seattle, Washington (-5.7% to US$112.02).
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