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Lost in time: Azores islands Graciosa and Santa Maria rose from volcanic ash
I've been travelling to the Azores for years, returning time and again, scoping out each island's distinct character. On grand São Miguel, I dug into a hearty stew that was cooked underground in the volcanic heat saturating the lakefront ground in Furnas.
First On 10: SATA returns to RI, offer flights from Providence to Azores
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — SATA International Azores Airlines will return to the Providence market beginning on June 30, NBC 10 News has learned.
In defence of the world's 'worst' airline
A few months ago, at the height of last summer, I caught a flight from Lajes Field airport on the north-east coast of Terceira – the aptly named third largest of the nine main islands which make up the Azores.
Azores “Beacon” CR2X to Bid Farewell in the 2016 ARRL International DX SSB Contest
Having achieved its goals in the Azores, the Radio Arcala group (OH8X) will bid farewell to CR2X during the ARRL International DX Contest (SSB) over the March 5-6 weekend.
Green Airport to Provide Service to the Azores
SATA - Azores Airlines has announced that it will be offering weekly seasonal service from Green Airport (PVD) to Ponta Delgada, Azores in July and August 2016 and is considering offering year-round service that could begin as early as 2017.

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