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Jetblue confirms transatlantic plans


BOEING CUTS BACK 737 MAX PRODUCTION


BOEING WILL TEMPORARILY dial back production of the 737 Max aircraft as it continues to work on a software update for a system that has been implicated in two fatal crashes. The company will reduce its


JETBLUE IS TO LAUNCH flights from Boston and New York to London in 2021, marking its first European venture, subject to approval. The US carrier hopes to launch “multiple” daily services from both cities using a single-aisle Airbus 321LR with a “re-imagined version of Mint”, its premium transcontinental product (pictured). According to Jetblue, this will include more of the lie-flat seats than currently offered on A321 aircraft. Jetblue claims it can offer Mint “for a fraction of what other airlines are charging today for premium seats”. It has become a popular choice in the US because of its low-fare model that


does not strip out services, such as food and drinks. It also won a Gold Medal in Business Traveller’s Cellars in the Sky wine competition, taking the top spot in the Best Business Class White category.


TRAVELDOO JOINS GTMC AS INDUSTRY PARTNER


THE GTMC HAS WELCOMED its newest industry partner, travel and expense technology company Traveldoo, which is part of the Expedia Group.


The partnership follows


Traveldoo’s latest product launch, a new user interface for its online booking tool, which was revealed at this year’s Business Travel Show. The updated interface provides business travellers with a consistent experience across travel booking and expense management.


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production rate from 52 to 42 aircraft per month to accommodate a pause in deliveries. Boeing says the reduction in building 737 Max aircraft will not affect employment levels. The company is “coordinating closely with our customers as we work through plans to mitigate the impact of this adjustment”. Boeing president, chairman and


chief executive Dennis Muilenburg has asked the company’s board to establish a committee “to review our company-wide policies and processes for the design and development of the aeroplanes we build”.


SEATFROG AGREES FIRST TMC PARTNERSHIP


RAIL AND AIRLINE SEAT upgrade platform Seatfrog has formed a partnership with Capita Travel and Events. Business travellers who


book standard advance tickets through Capita Travel and Events will have the opportunity to upgrade to first class by bidding for unsold seats when travelling on London North Eastern Railways (LNER) services. Seatfrog says users will never pay more than the value of the upgrade and there are no “hidden” fees. Users will need to download the


Seatfrog app to bid for upgrades. n Rail booking trends, p128-134


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