Five stories you may have missed: Transatlantic investigation, WestJet, Singapore Airlines, JetBlue, Spirit and more

Our top five stories on Routes Weekly: investigation opens into transatlantic route agreement; WestJet confirms Calgary as home to initial Dreamliner hub; world’s longest non-stop flight takes off; JetBlue's sweeping network changes; Bulletin board and more.

Our top five stories on Routes Weekly this week - subscribe here:

1. Competition investigation opens into transatlantic route agreement
The UK’s competition regulator has launched an investigation into a transatlantic route agreement involving four oneworld alliance airlines. Read more.

2. WestJet confirms Calgary as home to initial Dreamliner hub
Canada’s WestJet is to launch its first three Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner international destinations from Calgary, Alberta. Read more

3. World’s longest non-stop flight takes off 
The Singapore Airlines flight between Singapore and New York covers a distance of more than 15,000 km. Read more.

4. New South America route among JetBlue's sweeping network changes
JetBlue is making a series of changes to its network, including the launch of five new services and the addition of a destination in South America. But the low-cost airline is also cutting routes in some markets and ending operations from three airports. Read more.

5. Bulletin board: aviation industry news round-up
This week: Spirit prepares for Orlando expansion; new Aer Lingus CEO; $13bn plan unveiled for New York JFK; Corendon to open second Turkish base and more. Read more

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