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US Department of Homeland Security, via its official Twitter account, announced (20-Apr-2021) the US, Mexico and Canada will extend restrictions on non-essential travel through to 21-May-2021.

Aeromexico Group detailed (20-Apr-2021) its fleet composition as of 31-Mar-2021, with 106 aircraft:

Aeromexico resumed deployment of all six 737 MAX aircraft in its fleet in 1Q2021. [more - original PR]

Air Caraibes, via its official Facebook account, announced (16-Apr-2021) plans to resume Sint Maarten-Paris Orly service on 28-Apr-2021. The airline will be the sole scheduled operator on the route, according to OAG.

EVA Air, via its official website, stated (Apr-2021) it had 87 aircraft in its fleet and 14 aircraft awaiting delivery as of 01-Apr-2021. Details include:

  • Current fleet: 87;
  • Aircraft awaiting delivery: 14;
    • 787-9: Four;
    • 787-10: Seven;
    • 777F: Three.

American Airlines announced (19-Apr-2021) plans to reintroduce a full beverage service in all domestic premium cabins from 01-Jun-2021. [more - original PR]

John Wayne Orange County Airport reported (20-Apr-2021) the following traffic highlights for Mar-2021:

  • Passengers: 385,396, +14.0% year-on-year;
  • Cargo: 1211 tons, -14.7%;
  • Aircraft movements: 25,021, +47.0%;
    • Commercial: 5312, -4.9%;
    • General aviation: 19,353, +77.5%;
    • Others: 356, -33.0%.

The top three airlines in Mar-2021 based on passenger count were Southwest Airlines (161,185), American Airlines (71,442) and Alaska Airlines (47,168). [more - original PR]

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