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Here is everything you need to know about the cheapest Flight deals on 4 th July

Flight deals on 4 th July

Get Flight deals on 4 th July at a jaw dropping price
Independence day is around the corner and it is indeed a moment of pride for the united states of America who celebrate the occasion with great enthusiasm and pride. Hence, due to the occasion you can find cheap flight as well as Hotel deals on 4th July.
So, pack your bag and perhaps celebrate the memorable occasion with your family. You can either opt for going for a short drive away or perhaps enjoy the beach getaway in the country. You can choose the destination of your choice and perhaps browse through traveldealsnow to book exclusive flight and hotel offerings.
So, don’t hold back and perhaps show your true patriotism and further cherish the moment spent all lifelong.

What are the best destinations to book 4 th July flights?
There are a lot of cities in USA that celebrate the occasion of independence
day with great fireworks and zeal. Besides this, there are multiple destinations where you can spend quality time enjoying picturesque backdrops, stunning light shows as well as festive parades.

So, you can select any of these destinations and perhaps take a flight and enjoy the Independence day celebrations. Some of the best destinations to enjoy the independence day celebrations are :-
 San Diego
 New York City
 Seattle
 San Francisco
 Las Vegas
 Jekyll Island
 Key West

What is the ideal time to book the flights for Independence day

You need to make sure that you book the flight before 4th July such that you can get the much needed discount. Besides this, the price of 4th July flight tickets and hotel deals can increase as the eve of independence day come closer. So, buckle up and start booking the flight ticket today.

What are the airlines that are offering cheap flight ticket on 4 th July?
There are various airlines that are offering cheap flight ticket. Some of the
airlines that you can opt for to fly for the occasion of independence day are:-
 Emirates
 Swiss International Air Lines
 American Airlines
 Air Canada
 Qatar Airways
 Emirates
 United Airlines

Get exciting flight and hotel deals while you book through

If you are looking to celebrate the independence day by going for a weekend getaway or to a romantic place, then you should definitely book through traveldealsnow as you would get exciting flight and hotel deals.
Hence, it is one of the best way through which you can take a break from the hectic schedule and perhaps celebrate the historic moment. So, check out the cheap flights such that you can grab the airline tickets at a very affordable price for some of the top destinations.

Furthermore, you can enjoy barbeques, parade as well as engage in different outdoor activities. Besides this, you can also get delighted watching the fire works at some of your favourite destination. Hence, with the low airfare price, you can easily afford a getaway trip irrespective of your budget.

So, it is recommended that you book now such that you can save big.


United tops Wall Street estimates on first-quarter profit, misses on revenue

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A United Airlines Boeing 737 passenger jet takes off at San Antonio International Airport in Texas.Robert Alexander | Archive Photos | Getty Images

United Continental Holdings, the parent company of United Airlines, reported first-quarter earnings Tuesday that beat Wall Street profit expectations but fell shy of revenue estimates, as the airline grapples with the prolonged grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max jets.

Here’s what the company reported versus what analysts polled by Refinitiv expected:

  • Adjusted earnings per share: $1.15 versus 95 cents expected.
  • Revenue: $9.59 billion versus $9.61 billion.

The carrier, which has 14 of Boeing’s 737 Max jets in its fleet, has grounded the aircraft through early July as Boeing rushes to fix a software problem suspected in two recent fatal crashes.

United shares jumped 2.9% after the markets closed Tuesday.

United’s total revenue rose to $9.59 billion during the first quarter, up 6.2% from $9.03 billion during the same period in 2018, the company said in releasing its earnings report after the markets closed Tuesday.

On an unadjusted basis, the company’s profit more than doubled to $292 million, or $1.09 per share, from $145 million, or 51 cents per share, during the same quarter last year.

United’s revenue for each passenger it flies a mile, a key industry metric, rose 1.1% over the same period last year, falling short of 1.5% projected by analysts.

United reiterated its full-year earnings guidance of between $10 and $12 per share for 2019 and said it expects to earn between $11 and $13 a share, on an adjusted basis, in 2020.

Executives are holding a call with analysts at 10:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday.


Boeing CEO says it’s completed 96 test flights with 737 Max software fix

Boeing has completed 96 flights testing the performance of the 737 Max with updated software for the plane’s flight control system.

“Our team has made 96 flights totaling over 159 hours of air time with this updated software,” said Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg while speaking Thursday at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas. Muilenburg, who went on a 737 Max test flight last week, says the company is making progress developing a plan to fix the aircraft’s MCAS flight control software and improve pilot training, two problems that will need to be resolved before regulators certify the plane to fly again.

“We continue to demonstrate that we’ve identified and met all certification requirements,” he said.

Boeing will conduct additional test flights on 737 Max, says CEO

The test flights are one prong of a broad effort by Boeing to get the Max back in the air. The company is also updating airlines by bringing representatives into flight simulators and showing them how the modified flight control system will feel in the cockpit. Boeing says representatives from two-thirds of the 50 airlines that have the Max in their fleets have tested the new software in a simulator.

“We want everyone to be confident in it and the additional training and educational resources we’re developing and deploying,” Muilenberg said, adding that the last few weeks have been the most “heartwrenching” of his career.

The company will likely submit its plan to fix the Max, which has been grounded since mid-March, to the Federal Aviation Administration and other regulators within the next two weeks, according to people familiar with the matter. Getting those regulators to approve the plan will likely take several more weeks.

“I expect that the airplane is still several weeks away from getting the final seal of approval to be flown again, not so much that the software fix is a problem, but just from an optics standpoint,” said Jeff Guzzetti, former director of the FAA’s accident investigation civision. Guzzetti believes the FAA is stinging from criticism its relationship with Boeing was “too cozy” because the FAA designated Boeing engineers to self-certify parts of the 737 Max before the plane was given final approval in 2017.

Boeing has scrambled to restore faith in its 737 Max after the jet’s anti-stall software was implicated in two crashes in the last five months that killed 346 people and grounded the planes worldwide. The company said it will cut Max production by 20% as it works on a software fix to get the jets running again. They’ve been grounded since mid-March.

Investigators suspect that faulty data feeding into the aircraft’s MCAS flight system played a major role in the Indonesia and Ethiopia accidents. Investigators and lawmakers have scrutinized Boeing’s software system malfunction, from the original design to the training and safety certifications.

When designing the newest Max jets, Boeing allegedly increased the power of the automated system that pushes the plane nose down, making it hard for pilots to regain control of the doomed jets. Changes to the anti-stall system were not fully reviewed by the FAA.

Boeing said Tuesday that deliveries and new orders for all of its 737 jets fell in the first quarter, and earlier in the week, Wall Street analysts downgraded Boeing stock. The company’s shares have have fallen nearly 9 percent in the past month.