The news comes after the deadly accident aboard one of its flights last week.
Both the airline and the FAA are under scrutiny regarding questions raised of airline safety compliance and enforcement.
This week’s tragic accident puts an end to a nearly decade-long stretch of zero fatalities aboard commercial flights on U.S. carriers.
A new crop of startup carriers is seeking to challenge the status quo in the airline industry, both in the U.S. and abroad.
The breach took place from Sept. 26 to Oct. 12, 2017.
Despite the news, air service to the island nation, which opened with high hopes in 2016, hasn’t exactly lived up to expectations.
The carrier will offer its new premium economy option on select international flights and is considering adding it to some domestic routes.
The carrier's popular Mint flights would deliver a true premium product to a market where there is strong demand.
Test run allowed the carrier to board an Airbus A380, the world’s largest commercial jet, in roughly 20 minutes.
Airlines tout the low fares as customer-friendly and a way to even the playing field with budget carriers, but heavy restrictions hamper travel agents and their clients.