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Unique Planes From Ireland, Iceland & Qatar Visited MIA This Week

MIA welcomed three new visitors for the first time this week.

On September 1, Qatar Airways sent an A350 to Miami for the first time. The plane was factory fresh from Airbus, and was welcomed with a water cannon salute:

Qatar’s A350 features a business class that is one of the best in the skies (Qatar will soon fly Qsuites to Miami, which will have even better seats):

Also arriving at MIA for the first time last week was Aer Lingus, which inaugurated Miami-Dublin flights:

Another unique flight last week: WOW Air sent an A321neo from Reykjavik to Miami. The 8hr 20 minute narrowbody flight replaced an A330 that was damaged on the ground (the A330 has since returned to the route.)

Wow became the first European operator of the a321-neo when they took delivery in June.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

What I want to see is a Japan Airlines 787 coming nonstop from Tokyo!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes!!!!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Next month sounds about right for this.

You didn’t hear it from me… 😉

Anonymous
Anonymous

Oops. Forgot to click reply to that Tokyo route one.

Anonymous
Anonymous

ANA is better.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I agree, but highly unlikely due to the dominance of one world and AA at MIA

Marc306
Marc306

Incredible that an A-321neo can do KEF-MIA non-stop. Should allow some smaller International markets in Europe and South America to get service from MIA.

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