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Dubai’s Emirates Airline to suspend Nigeria flights from September

Dubai’s Emirates Airline to suspend Nigeria flights from September

Dubai’s Emirates will suspend flights to Nigeria from next month over an inability to repatriate funds from Africa’s most populous nation, the airline said on Thursday. The decision highlights the difficulties faced by international carriers that fly to Nigeria, which is one of the biggest markets in Africa for several of them.

Vietnam Airlines restart flights from Da Nang to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur

Vietnam Airlines restart flights from Da Nang to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur

Vietnam Airlines has announced plans to resume regular flights from Da Nang to Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur next month as international tourism gradually recovers. Starting September 1 there will be four weekly flights on the Da Nang-Kuala Lumpur route. The Da Nang-Bangkok service will restart two weeks later with daily flights.

For 4th year, Delta named top US airline by The Points Guy

For 4th year, Delta named top US airline by The Points Guy

Delta Air Lines has been named the best U.S. airline by The Points Guy for the fourth year running, with the online travel platform noting Delta’s excellence in on-time reliability from April 2021 to March 2022, a customer-centered experience and an extensive global network.

Ryanair Adds Over 500 Flights (100,000 Seats) For Autumn Half-Term

Ryanair, the UK’s largest airline, today announced that it will add over 500 flights to and from its main base at London Stansted Airport for the Autumn Mid-Term Break, providing an additional 100,000 low-fare seats to/from London to family destinations in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Greece, and France.

Qantas is expanding its South Pacific presence with the addition of Tonga to its network

Qantas is expanding its South Pacific presence with the addition of Tonga to its network, offering a new tropical destination for Australian travellers to explore. Following the recent reopening of Tonga’s borders, Qantas will fly weekly between Sydney and Nuku’alofa’s Fua’amotu Airport. The four and a half hour flights will be the only direct services between Australia and Tonga

Emirates undertakes largest known fleet retrofit project

Emirates undertakes largest known fleet retrofit project

Emirates has kick-started its plans to upgrade the entire interior cabins of 120 Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft – two of the largest commercial aircraft types in service today. This ambitious project, representing a multi-billion dollar investment to ensure Emirates’ customers “fly better” for the coming years, officially commences in November and is managed entirely by Emirates’ Engineering team.

Air New Zealand Brings Back 777S From Mojave Desert

Air New Zealand Brings Back 777S From Mojave Desert

After over 700 days of storage in the California desert, Air New Zealand has begun reviving the first of its Boeing 777-300s in preparation for its return to passenger service. This follows the February return of the airline’s first 777-300 to serve as a freight aircraft.