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Airbus received the largest order in its history from Indigo Partners

The historic agreement was confirmed yesterday and includes some 430 A320neo aircraft. Indigo Partners, the group that owns four low-cost airlines, signed a historic agreement with the manufacturer Airbus. The order had already been announced at the Dubai Air Show held in November and was finally confirmed yesterday. The order includes 274 A320neo aircraft and 156 A321neo aircraft valued at USD 49.5 billion at the list price. Indigo Partners will use the aircraft in its four low cost airlines: Frontier Airlines (United States), Wizz Air (Hungary), JetSMART (Chile) and Volaris…

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Frontier Airlines launched a flight between Denver and Tahoe

The low cost airline will operate the route three times a week. Frontier Airlines launched on November 21 a new route, between Denver and Tahoe, in the United States. On three weekly flights, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, Frontier’s Airbus A320 aircraft will link Denver International Airport (DEN) with Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO). The last time the airline flew the route was in September 2007. In this way, Frontier flights become a new option to connect the Rocky Mountains with the Sierra Nevada, in a route that is already operated…

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Frontier launches 3 routes from Ontario Airport

The low cost airline now allows to fly from the Greater Los Angeles Area to Denver, San Antonio and Austin. Frontier Airlines has launched three new routes from Ontario International Airport (ONT), known until November 2016 as “LA/Ontario”, located 61 kilometers east of downtown Los Angeles, California. The routes include two cities in the state of Texas, Austin and San Antonio, which are currently not flown by any airline; And a third route to the capital of Colorado, Denver, that is already operated by Southwest Airlines and United Airlines. Mark Thorpe, CEO…

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