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Oman Air Holidays launches two new packages showcasing the best of Oman

Oman Air Holidays launches two new packages showcasing the best of Oman

Offering travellers a true Omani adventure, Oman Air Holidays has introduced two new packages that showcase the best of Oman’s nature, culture, and hospitality. Recognising the beauty of this destination, the World Travel Awards decided to hold its prestigious Grand Final in Muscat, Oman on the 11th November at the stunning Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz-Carlton Hotel.

Cebu airport back to 24-7 operations

Cebu airport back to 24-7 operations

Domestic and international flights to and from Cebu will now be allowed on all hours of the day, but subject to certain operational restrictions on the use of the runway at the Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB).

BRITISH AIRWAYS PARTNERS WITH CHOOOSE

BRITISH AIRWAYS PARTNERS WITH CHOOOSE

British Airways is launching an upgraded climate software solution for both individual and corporate customers, helping them understand, calculate and address their travel emissions.

Alaska Airlines Orders 52 Boeing 737 MAX Jets to Further Modernize Fleet

Alaska Airlines Orders 52 Boeing 737 MAX Jets to Further Modernize Fleet

Boeing and Alaska Airlines today announced the carrier is expanding its 737 MAX fleet with an order for 52 airplanes, exercising options for an additional 42 737-10 and 10 737-9 jets. With the order, the airline is advancing its efforts to build one of the most efficient and sustainable fleets in the industry.

Air Canada and CAE to double the Captain Judy Cameron scholarships

Air Canada and CAE to double the Captain Judy Cameron scholarships

Air Canada and CAE today (Oct. 25, 2022) announced the two Montreal-based global aviation companies are joining together to advance diversity in aviation doubling the number of 2023 Captain Judy Cameron Scholarships granted to young Canadian women studying to become commercial pilots or maintenance engineers.