Big planes are headed to Amsterdam once the warmer weather finally arrives, as it sounds like Emirates is getting some of their A380s ready to head to and from the Netherlands. Emirates is already flying some of their planes between Amsterdam and Dubai, but the plan is to up their offerings once they install some A380s on this route. It’s probably not the best flight to experience all the A380 has to offer, but we’re sure it’s just long enough to score a quick in-flight shower and meal.
Daily service between Atlanta and Mexico City is now on the schedule thanks to AeroMexico. The carrier is planning on starting up the new service as soon as July. Boeing 737s will do all the flying between the two cities, and this will be like the sixth option between the two cities. Delta obviously has plenty of flights heading to and from Atlanta as well, but the AeroMexico options will hardly bring cutthroat fares. Both airlines are pretty much BFFs, as they’re members of the SkyTeam airline alliance.
· US Airways:
Nothing screams new route news like a new nonstop between Washington, DC and Cincinnati. Alright so we might be slightly exaggerating our excitement, but the new option via US Airways isn’t too shabby. The flights should start doing their thing as soon as May, and the plan is to fly the route with some ultra comfortable—kidding—regional jets. The planes will go to and from Reagan National Airport (DCA), so at least access to the sights of Washington, DC will be only a quick taxi ride away upon landing.