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ThinkYoung and Boeing Launch First Coding School for Displaced Ukrainian Teenagers

ThinkYoung and Boeing Launch First Coding School for Displaced Ukrainian Teenagers

This week ThinkYoung and Boeing kicked off the first coding school for Ukrainian teenagers. Boeing International President Sir Michael Arthur, Boeing Poland Managing Director Rafał Stepnowski, Boeing Engineering Technology Center leader Iryna Bielienko from the company's Ukraine team and ThinkYoung founder and CEO Andrea Gerosa hosted an opening ceremony at the Boeing office in Gdańsk

New Partnership with Turkish Airlines

New Partnership with Turkish Airlines

Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s leading hotel operator, announces a partnership with Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles, a frequent flyer program from Türkiye’s national flag carrier

EMPTY NESTERS TAKE FLIGHT!

EMPTY NESTERS TAKE FLIGHT!

easyJet looks to over 45-year-olds in new cabin crew recruitment campaign as research from the airline shows 78% of British parents, aged 45 and over, want to take on a new challenge once their children fly the nest The airline has seen a 27% increase of cabin crew over the age of 45 since 2018

Ryanair adds Naples and Porto to its Summer ‘23 schedule for Shannon

Ryanair adds Naples and Porto to its Summer ‘23 schedule for Shannon

Following last month’s unveiling of Ryanair’s Summer ‘23 schedule for Shannon, underpinned by the addition of a 3rd based aircraft representing a $300m investment in the mid-west region, the airline has today added even more exciting new routes to its Summer ‘23 schedule – Naples and Porto

SAS launches new route to JFK in New York

SAS launches new route to JFK in New York

On February 9, SAS will launch its new route between Copenhagen Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The new route enables SAS customers to travel easily from both the West and East side of New York as SAS continues to offer departures from Scandinavia to Newark.

Turkish Airlines introduced its “Gift Card” Product

Turkish Airlines introduced its “Gift Card” Product

Flying to more countries than any other airline, Turkish Airlines made another addition to the privileged services it offers to its guests. By introducing Turkish Airlines Gift Card product, flag carrier will offer a brand new option for its guests through online channels.