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TAP Air Portugal reaches fleet milestone

TAP Air Portugal reaches fleet milestone

TAP Air Portugal has marked an historic point in its 74-year history. With the arrival of its latest A330neo – CS-TUI, which has been named King Afonso Henriques – the company has 100 aircraft in its fleet for the first time.

Airbus increase range of A220 planes by hundreds of nautical miles

Airbus increase range of A220 planes by hundreds of nautical miles

Airbus has announced that the A220 family, the newest addition to its single-aisle portfolio, will be offering an increased range starting from early next year. The A220 aircraft maximum take-off weight is now confirmed to increase by 2,268 kilograms (2.3 metric tonnes).

American unveils plans for new terminal at Dallas Fort Worth

American unveils plans for new terminal at Dallas Fort Worth

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and American Airlines have announced plans to develop a sixth terminal at the airport. The plans call for the airport to invest up to $3 to $3.5 billion in terminal improvements, including the construction of Terminal F and enhancements to Terminal C.

Four Seasons selects Airbus A321LR for new private jet

Four Seasons selects Airbus A321LR for new private jet

Airbus’ A321LR is one of the newest aircraft in its ‘neo’ family, and features new engines and wingtip-mounted Sharklets - as well as extra fuel tanks in the cargo-hold. The aircraft will begin operations in 2021.

Turkish Airlines plans five lounges for new Istanbul Airport

Turkish Airlines plans five lounges for new Istanbul Airport

Turkish Airlines is planning to open five passenger lounges at the new Istanbul Airport. They will be targeted at guests flying business class, members of the Miles & Smiles Elite Plus and Elite programmes, Star Alliance Gold and Corporate Club passengers.

Ryanair sees profits fall by a third as falling prices bite

Ryanair sees profits fall by a third as falling prices bite

Ryanair has seen profits fall by 29 per cent, to €1.02 billion, for the year to March 31st as the price of seats fell and the cost of fuel rose. The low-cost carrier said worse could be to come this summer as over capacity in Europe pushes carriers to cut prices further.

Hoppen revamps British Airways spas at London Heathrow

Hoppen revamps British Airways spas at London Heathrow

British Airways travel spas have unveiled a stylish new look and an elevated treatment menu. Interior designer Kelly Hoppen has partnered with the flag-carrier and Elemis to refresh the Heathrow travel spas, transforming the travel sanctuary with her trademark style.