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Airways Weekly Briefing: August 22-28, 2022
Here's the rundown of the most-read articles for the week, including Qantas' fleet plans and return to JFK; Frontier's route expansions; and this week's top history post.
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Top 10 Stories of the Week
With its domestic fleet's future determined, Qantas (QF) is focusing on the aging mid-range Airbus A330s.
Qantas (QF) announced its return to New York (JFK) from Sydney (SYD) via Auckland (AKL), New Zealand.
This is Singapore Changi Airport's (SIN) upcoming Terminal 5 in detail.
Frontier Launches Five International Routes from Atlanta — airwaysmag.com Frontier Airlines (F9) is extending its international winter route network out of Atlanta (ATL).
ExpressJet Airlines (EV), the parent company of low-cost regional airline Aha!, filed for bankruptcy and ceased all operations.
Frontier Airlines Announces Major Phoenix Expansion — airwaysmag.com Frontier Airlines (F9) will begin new nonstop flights from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) to 10 destinations starting in November.
Etihad Airways (EY) announced that Captain Aisha Al Mansoori became the first female Emirati captain in a commercial airline.
In recent weeks, many foreign carriers seem to be planning a pull out of Nigeria given the situation over trapped funds.
Alaska Airlines (AS) launched a new daily nonstop winter service between Everett, Washington, and Anchorage, Alaska.
This Week in Aviation History
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Followed by a chase aircraft supporting the flight test crew, the first A321XLR made its maiden flight from Airbus Airport, Hamburg Finkenwerder.