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Emirates boosts services to Nairobi

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Emirates will connect more people with Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, when it switches from the current Airbus A330-200 aircraft used on one of the two daily services to a larger Boeing 777-300 ER from 1 May. → Read More

Expedia increases ownership in AirAsia-Expedia joint venture

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Expedia has entered into an agreement with AirAsia Berhad to purchase an additional 25% equity interest of AAE Travel, the joint venture formed between the two companies in 2011, for cash consideration of $86.3 million. → Read More

Jetblue adds Florida service from Baltimore

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JetBlue Airways intends to expand at Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport, with twice daily service to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The new non-stop route to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood will launch in November and seats will go out for sale with the upcoming November schedule release. → Read More

Etihad Airways sign MOU with UAE Armed Forces

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Etihad Airways has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the UAE Armed Forces General Headquarters to provide commercial aviation training to a number of pilots, cabin attendants, loadmasters and flight despatchers in the UAE Armed Forces. → Read More

Etihad Airways appoints general manager for SA

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Etihad Airways has appointmented John Friel as its new General Manager in South Africa. Based at the airline’s offices in Johannesburg, John is responsible for leading Etihad Airways’ commercial operations in South Africa as it continues to grow its presence and operations across the region. → Read More

Ryanair inks deal with Vodaphone Ireland

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Ryanair has signed a partnership with Vodafone Ireland under which Vodafone will support Ryanair’s communications and IT needs across Europe, including its ticketing, check-in, ground crew, inflight crew and pilot systems. → Read More

Lufthansa first class rolled out accross Munich fleet

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Lufthansa has completed fitting its new first class cabin onto all its long-haul aircraft based at Munich airport. → Read More

Cathay Pacific to serve Illy to premium passengers

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Cathay Pacific Airways has partnered with illy to serve premium coffee to First and Business Class passengers. Freshly brewed coffee from the renowned Italian coffee roasting company is already being served on flights, while illy’s espresso, café latte and cappuccino will be gradually introduced onboard beginning from March 2015. → Read More

Lufthansa brings Boeing 747-8 to New York-Frankfurt route

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Newark Liberty International Airport just celebrated the beginning of Lufthansa’s daily scheduled Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental service between Newark and the airline’s home base in Frankfurt. As the largest operator of the new Queen of the Skies, Lufthansa now serves the New York metropolitan area with one of the most technologically advanced aircraft in the world and is the first carrier to bring the Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental to Newark. → Read More

Qatar Airways deepens codeshare relationship with Bangkok Airways

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Qatar Airways has strengthened its relationship with Bangkok Airways with the addition of further code-share routes. The new code-shares come after a year of rapid expansion for Qatar Airways across the globe, with the addition of 12 new destinations throughout the course of 2014, together with frequency and capacity increases across the network. → Read More

Iberia recovery boosts profits at International Airlines Group

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International Consolidated Airlines Group has released results for the year to December 31st, 2014, revealing the operating profit €1,390 million. This is up from €770 million in the previous year. Revenue for the year up was up eight per cent to €20,170 million, while passenger unit revenue for the year was down 0.4 per cent at constant currency. → Read More

Qantas reveals strong results for six months to December

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Qantas today reported a statutory profit after tax of $206 million for the six months ended December 31st. This is Qantas’ best first-half performance since 2010 and an improvement of $619 million compared with the same period last year. The main factors in the underlying improvement were the $374 million Qantas gained from its Transformation programme, with there was also $208 million in reduced depreciation. → Read More

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