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American has been building an team of airline partners to fill the gaps in its network, even if it means aligning with budget carriers and startups

American Airlines is expanding its international presence with new airline partners. Mike Blake / Reuters American Airlines is taking on new airline partners to rebuild its global route network. South America is of particular importance as American recently lost its larger partner in the region. In the US, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue Airways help American expand its presence on both coasts. See more stories on Insider's business page. American Airlines is planning to get by with a lit...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, New York, News, Air Travel, Boston, Air Canada, Planes, US, America, Trends, Spain, Chicago, Colombia, Flying, Canada


One of Embraer's worst selling jets just got a shot in the arm with an 30-aircraft order from Canada's Porter Airlines: Meet the E195-E2

An Embraer E195-E2 aircraft rendering in Porter Airlines colors. Porter Airlines and Embraer Porter Airlines is ordering 30 of Embraer's E195-E2 aircraft as it expands to jet operations. Embraer has struggled to sell its E190-E2 family of aircraft, with less than 200 total firm orders before Porter. Porter can use the aircraft to fly to further destinations in Canada, the US, the Caribbean, and Central America. See more stories on Insider's business page. Canada's Porter Airl...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Shutterstock, New York, London, News, Air Travel, Air Canada, Planes, US, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Features, Flying


The pilot who got the first US air-to-air combat kill wasn't even supposed to be there

A Bréguet 14 in flight. Cpl. Lewis Lupton Kaylor/US Army Air Service On February 5, 1918, Lt. Stephen Thompson recorded the first combat victory in US aviation history. Thompson was in France with the US's 12th Aero Squadron, and he wasn't initially scheduled to be flying on the day he made history. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Lt. Stephen Thompson recorded the first combat victory in American aviation history 103 years ago. It certainly wasn't the most conventio...
Tags: Europe, France, Germany, US, Trends, Canada, United States, World War I, James Franco, Thompson, Miller, Great Britain, Breguet, Lewis, Stephen Thompson, Saarbrücken


FlyGTA Lands Toronto Street Artists to Design Air Sickness Bags

FlyGTA, Toronto's ultra-short haul carrier, has collaborated with Toronto street artists Runt, Jimmy Chiale and Uber5000 to design their air sickness bags. Dubbed Sick Art (#sickart), the limited series will feature three distinct designs, one from each of the artists. The bags will be in FlyGTA's aircraft starting from March 1st and will be available until they run out, which everyone hopes will not be too soon. In addition, framed air sickness bags will be on permanent display in the FlyGTA lo...
Tags: UK, Advertising, Toronto, Canada, Art and design, Niagara, Barrie, Billy Bishop, LP/AD Toronto, Alex Shifrin, Gloria J, FlyGTA, FlyGTA Toronto, Runt Jimmy Chiale, Chris Nowrouzi, Jimmy Chiale


LGBTQ+ guide to Toronto

TORONTO has been a major draw for decades for tourists of all kinds. Gay travelers love the city, celebrating North America’s largest Pride festival on masse in the city every June. Toronto’s queer scene has branched out from Church Street village into new territory. LGBTQ+ visitors can be found all over the city, finding venues that are mixed and inclusive of all. Arriving If arriving by plane you will probably land at Toronto’s main airport, Pearson International. For $3.25 you can take the...
Tags: Travel, Toronto, University, Canada, Vogue, Lgbtq, North America, South East Asia, All, Gay Pride, Rupaul, Church Street, Union Station, Woody, Hanlan, Buca


What You See On Facebook Vs. What Is Really Happening

What you see on Facebook: 9:45 - Arrival at Montreal airport. Prime parking spot right in front. Clutch! Post that to Instagram.  10:15 - Whisk through the priority line at securing and enjoying the free food, beverages and magazines in the airport lounge. Do I post this to show off the lounge and my itinerant street cred? 11:00 - Flight from Montreal to Toronto in business class. My Briggs & Riley carry-on easily fits on all planes. Smooth. Lots of legroom and early boarding.  12:45 - Clear cu...
Tags: Washington, Marketing, Toronto, Netflix, United States, New Orleans, Montreal, Iad, Don, DCA, Mitch Landrieu, CTRL, Saul Colt, Pearson Airport, Briggs Riley, Toronto Island Airport