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Sunday, July 31, 2011

  Emirates Introduces Flights to Danish Capital, Copenhagen

Emirates has introduced a new service linking Dubai with the Copenhagen. The daily direct flights began lately, when flight EK151 took off from Dubai.

Emirates Airline

Richard Vaughan, Emirates' Divisional Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations Worldwide stated that Copenhagen brings a fresh and exciting dimension to the Emirates’ network With this service, Emirates’ passengers from Scandinavia no longer need to travel to Germany to join their flights. They can travel directly from the Danish capital all the way to the Far East and Australasia, by means of their ultra-modern hub in Dubai.

The Dubai Copenhagen route,which is the airline's 114th destination, will be served by an Airbus A330-200 in a three-class configuration.

Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Copenhagen Airports, Carsten Noerlund, stated that the route is an amazing news for many Danish and Scandinavian businesses that are operating in the growth markets of Southeast Asia, India, and Australia.It will also help attract both business travellers and tourists to Denmark.

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Thursday, July 28, 2011

  Hawaiian Airlines Provides Daily Flights

Hawaiian Airlines will be escalating its service from five flights a week to daily year-round nonstop flights connecting Sydney and Honolulu from December 14.

Hawaiian Airlines

An increase in demand from April’s peak season guided the carrier to enhance its flight departure ex Sydney from four days per week to daily, due to aircraft availability. The airline has decided to continue this service from 03 August until 13 December, before commencing year-round daily service on 14 December.

Hawaiian Airlines senior vice president of marketing and sales Glenn Taniguchi stated that Australians are increasingly finding immense value in Hawaii vacations, and demand for their services has never been greater. He also added that the arrival of another aircraft later this year will allow them to meet the increased demand commencing in December.

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Saturday, July 23, 2011

  Korean Air to Launch the Second Airbus A380

Korean Air's second A380 aircraft is getting ready for long-haul flight journeys.Korean Air's second A380 made its initial appearance at the Paris Air Show that took place between June 20-26.

With the launching of the new aircraft, the airline will expand its A380 route service to New York.

Korean Air

Commencing August 8th, Korean Air will operate three flights a week to Seoul/Incheon-New York route for a month and from September will increase its frequency to 7 flights a week. Designed with the finest luxury and comfort in mind, and featuring a pioneering spacious interior, Korean Air’s second A380 is set to enlighten passengers the same way the first did. Korean air is configured in a three-class layout with around 407 seats in total, the lowest configuration of any A380 operator until now. Korean Air’s double-decker A380s feature cutting-edge facilities, with 12 ultra luxurious First Class Kosmo Suites and 301 Economy Class seats on the main lower deck, and 94 fully lie-flat Prestige Sleeper seats in Prestige Class (business class) on the upper deck. In addition, Korean Air accommodates unique in-flight facilities, such as the world’s first ‘Duty Free Showcase’ and a new onboard bar and lounge area, providing a brand new and highly enjoyable in-flight shopping and relaxation experience.

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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

  British Airways Commences Daily Flights From Saudi Arabia in Winter

Due to strong, escalating demand, British Airways winter schedule has been further revised to comprise daily flights from Riyadh instead of the six it had previously announced. And with its five services a week from Jeddah, British Airways will manage a total of 12 flights connecting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and London Heathrow by end October.

British Airways

The Riyadh service will be served using a Boeing 777 providing a choice of four cabins that includes the award winning Club World (business class) as well as the airlines flagship cabin, First.

Paolo De Renzis, Regional Commercial Manager Middle East stated that they were absolutely elated with the demand from the Saudi Arabian market ever since they resumed flights two years ago. He additionally stated that their two Kingdom’s share a great similarity and passengers are traveling for a wide variety of reasons from tourism to business to education.

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Friday, July 15, 2011

  Etihad To Increase Flights To Erbil This September

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will double its flights from Abu Dhabi to Erbil from September beginning. 

The present twice-weekly service will augment to four services per week, complementing Etihad’s daily operation to its other Iraqi destination, Baghdad.
Etihad Airways
Etihad commenced two-class Airbus A320 operations to Erbil in June 2010, and the load factor on the route went beyond 80 per cent by May 2011. This additional capacity is aimed at meeting enduring high demand on Etihad’s Erbil flights.

James Hogan, Etihad Airways Chief Executive Officer stated that they were committed to building and strengthening ties in their region. With these additional flights, Etihad will provide air travelers from around the world extensively improved connection opportunities through their Abu Dhabi hub as they continue to add breadth and depth through additional frequencies on key routes across their expanding global network. He said that they expect to see continuing strong demand on these routes, particularly from government and business travellers, as well as people from Iraq visiting family and friends around the world.

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Monday, July 11, 2011

  Air China Introduces Arrival Lounges

First and Business Class passengers or PhoenixMiles Platinum and Gold members flying from Vancouver, European cities and Australia to Beijing on flights operated by Air China meet the criteria for access to their around-the-clock arrival lounges at T3 of Beijing, and can stay there for a good rest for a duration of up to 3 hours. Facilities in the lounges include shower, Internet access, printer and drinks which are all for free.These above facilities are valid from July 10.

Air China is China's lone national flag carrier and a Star Alliance member. In addition to commercial operations, it also offers exceptional flight services for the country's state leaders on official visit to other countries.

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Sunday, July 10, 2011

  Delta Offers Flat Beds in Business Class Flights

It has been disclosed that Delta Airlines is now nearer than ever to offering an entire fleet equipped with lie flat seats for Business Class passengers. Revealing that all of their Boeing 767s and 777s are now outfitted with the comfortable seating, it is hence only a matter of time before the company offers such services on all international flights on wide-bodied aircraft.

Delta Airlines

Competition is severe in the airline industry, with each firm trying to attract as much attention as possible, chiefly for premium fares such as First and Business Class.Delta has now finished installing flat bed seats for business fares on all 767-400ER and 777 aircraft, allowing passengers to be assured that top quality service will be offered. Senior vice president of marketing for Delta, Tim Mapes, revealed that all seats would enjoy direct aisle access and he also added that installing full flat-bed seats on each of their wide body international aircraft is a major component of the $2 billion investment Delta is making in their product and customer experience over the subsequent two years.

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Thursday, July 7, 2011

  Air France Commences Flights to Lima

In a bid to offer additional access to South America, Air France has now commenced its newest service to Lima. Flying from Paris the airline will provide five weekly flights to the Peruvian capital, enabling British travelers the ideal connection to the top holiday destination.

Air France

South America has become an enormous holiday hotspot over recent years, with Peru in particular seeing noteworthy increases as people flock to see Machu Picchu. With Air France witnessing noteworthy demand for flights, a new service aboard a Boeing 777-200ER has been initiated, offering 5 services every week. There is plenty of choice for passengers with economy, business class and first class travel. And with lie flat seats for business and extra spacing for Premium Economy, travelers can make use of the most comfortable flights they can pay for.

Regarding the decision to commence the flights, Air France's chief executive officer, Pierre-Henri Gourgeon stated that they had witnessed Peru's remarkable development, economic growth as well as its reputation among the international community. He also added that this new Paris - Lima route will also enhance the opportunities for transporting goods between the continents.

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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

  Air Mauritius Commences Flights to Shanghai

Air Mauritius' initial flight to Shanghai left with around 200 passengers on board. After a short transit in Kuala Lumpur, the flight is landed at Shanghai International Airport (Pudong) on July 5,2011.

Air Mauritius

The once weekly flight is operated by an Airbus A330-200, with 24 seats in lie flat business class as well as 251 seats in economy class. Passengers were greeted by a Lion Dance and a extraordinary ambiance in order to mark the occasion.

Andre Viljoen, the airline’s Officer in Charge stated that they were delighted to be making history with this primary ever operations to China. He added that they were also delighted to be landing in Shanghai - one of the world’s most exciting cities. Additionally he stated that they were convinced that this new service will act as a boost to cultural, economic and tourism exchanges connecting China and Mauritius.

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Sunday, July 3, 2011

  Korean Air Commences A380 flights to Narita, Hong Kong

Korean Air has introduced its first-ever Airbus A380 commercial flights with services connecting Seoul Incheon and both Narita and Hong Kong.

Korean Air has ordered 10 A380 aircraft with the first 5 to be delivered by the end of 2011 and the left behind five by 2014. The airline will gradually develop its A380 services to popular short-haul routes in Asia, such as Bangkok from mid-July, followed by long-haul routes to chief destinations in Europe and North America, such as New York in August, Paris in September as well as Los Angeles in October 2011.

Korean Air

Korean Air is configured in a three-class layout with something like 407 seats in total, the lowest configuration of any A380 operator thus far. Korean Air’s double-decker A380s feature 12 First Class Kosmo Suites and 301 Economy Class seats on the main lower deck, and 94 lie-flat Prestige Sleeper seats in Prestige Class(business class) on the upper deck.

Korean Air has also taken the brave step of being the first carrier globally to devote an entire deck of this giant aircraft to a single class.All seats are outfitted with Korean Air’s highly acclaimed AVOD in-flight entertainment system.

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