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A4A Launches New Website

Airlines for America (A4A), the major aviation industry group and ARSA ally, launched its new website on July 8. The airline advocate says the new site “offers a more engaging user experience and highlights the positive connection between airlines, customers, jobs and the economy.”

New features:

  • “A Better Flight Plan”: A4A’s new blog, which will discuss issues of interest to passengers, airlines, customers, and other industry stakeholders.
  • Passenger Portal: A resource for travel tips and an exploration of the “anatomy of a flight” from planning through baggage claim.

The new website can be found at the same address you’ve already bookmarked for A4A: http://www.airlines.org.



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