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New York (AirGuide - Airline In-Flight Services News) Jun 3, 2013

U.S. carriers contenders in business lounge arena U.S. airlines are trying to keep up with international carriers in creating luxury lounge experiences, which can help secure more revenue from business travelers. Delta's latest lounge debuted at JFK airport in New York City and features a 2,000-square-foot outdoor Sky Deck. "U.S. airlines, which have multiple domestic lounges ... were behind the newer international lounges," said Adam Weissenberg, vice chairman at Deloitte. "But that is starting to change as new terminals are opened, lounges are renovated and airlines merge." May 31, 2013

U.S. carriers contenders in business lounge arena U.S. airlines are trying to keep up with international carriers in creating luxury lounge experiences, which can help secure more revenue from business travelers. Delta's latest lounge debuted at JFK airport in New York City and features a 2,000-square-foot outdoor Sky Deck. "U.S. airlines, which have multiple domestic lounges ... were behind the newer international lounges," said Adam Weissenberg, vice chairman at Deloitte. "But that is starting to change as new terminals are opened, lounges are renovated and airlines merge." May 30, 2013

U.S. carriers contenders in business lounge arena U.S. airlines are trying to keep up with international carriers in creating luxury lounge experiences, which can help secure more revenue from business travelers. Delta's latest lounge debuted at JFK airport in New York City and features a 2,000-square-foot outdoor Sky Deck. "U.S. airlines, which have multiple domestic lounges ... were behind the newer international lounges," said Adam Weissenberg, vice chairman at Deloitte. "But that is starting to change as new terminals are opened, lounges are renovated and airlines merge." May 30, 2013

Taiwan to sanction airline after incidents The Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) yesterday said it would propose to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications that Far Eastern Air Transport be temporarily barred from access to new cross-strait routes following a series of incidents last month that exposed safety issues with the airline. Lin Chun-liang, deputy director of the CAAOs flight standards division, said that the CAA had formed a task force and conducted a thorough inspection of the airline from May 2 to May 8, adding that the...

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