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Beacon Technology Lands At New York JFK International Airport

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Beacon Technology at New York JFK Airport Terminal 4

Beacon technology is in the initial stages of being adopted by worldwide airports.  In an earlier post (News – December 4, 2015), Experience The Skies discussed how beacon technology works and the benefits it brings to the masses. As one of the the world’s Top 30 busiest airports (Insight), New York JFK International Airport (JFK) is […]

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New York to London Market – Introduction

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Boeing 777-300ER Cockpit Longest Flights

New York to London Market The New York to London market has been a hotly contested route beginning in 1958 when British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC), predecessor to British Airways (BA), became the world’s first airline to fly non-stop between these two destinations. Any guess on which airline it beat out? This post discusses the history […]

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American Airlines Boeing 777-300ER Route Prediction

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American Airlines Boeing 777-300ER

American Airlines is reducing first class seat availability from its New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) route starting in December 2015 prior to Christmas. Refer to our coverage here. In this post, we will continue the discussion and follow where these Boeing 777-300ER will go next.

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2014 Top 30 Busiest Airports In The World By Passengers

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2014 Top 30 Busiest Airports In The World The International Air Transport Association reported that worldwide traffic increased 5.9% from 2013 to 2014 to a record 3.3 billion passengers. Experience The Skies completed an analysis of the Top 20 busiest back in October 2014 (refer to this post for the complete list). We have completed research based on […]

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Tokyo Haneda Coveted Slots Battle – Part 2

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Battle for the Tokyo Haneda Coveted Slots Battle

 Tokyo Haneda International Airport Yesterday, we started a new series entitled “Battle for Tokyo Haneda Coveted Slots” (Follow link for Part 1 of the series). As part of the bilateral agreement between US and Japan in 2010, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) was awarded 4 pairs of slots to US based airlines to operate into Tokyo […]