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British Airways Celebrates 100 Years in India with Enhanced Flight Schedule

British Airways Celebrates 100 Years in India with Enhanced Flight Schedule

British Airways is set to bolster its presence in India with the introduction of a new daily flight between Delhi and London Heathrow starting April 20, 2025. This move, coinciding with the airline’s centenary in India, will increase its weekly flights across the country to 63, servicing five major cities. Operated by the state-of-the-art 787-8 aircraft, the new route aims to provide travelers with convenient options, offering Club World, World Traveller Plus, and World Traveller cabins.

Emirates, Condor Ink Reciprocal Partnership, Boosting Passenger Options

Emirates, Condor Ink Reciprocal Partnership, Boosting Passenger Options

Emirates and Condor have inked a reciprocal codeshare partnership starting October 2024, subject to regulatory approvals, offering Emirates customers seamless access to Condor-operated flights via Germany to popular destinations in Majorca, the Canary Islands, North, Central, and South America, and the Caribbean.

Adelaide Airport Set for Enhanced Qantas Lounge Experience

Adelaide Airport Set for Enhanced Qantas Lounge Experience

Qantas announces plans to enhance the airport experience for travelers passing through Adelaide with the construction of a new lounge precinct, featuring a Domestic Business Lounge inspired by Kangaroo Island’s Flinders Chase National Park, alongside a refurbishment of the current Qantas Club and Chairmans Lounge. The first phase of construction, focusing on the Qantas Club, is expected to open in mid-November, with the Domestic Business Lounge set to welcome guests by mid-2025.

Qatar Airways Expands European Network with Resumption of Lisbon Flights

Qatar Airways Expands European Network with Resumption of Lisbon Flights

Qatar Airways announces the resumption of non-stop flights between Hamad International Airport (DOH) and Lisbon’s Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS), marking a significant addition to its European network. With six weekly flights during summer 2024, Qatar Airways addresses the high seasonal demand for travel to Lisbon, offering passengers seamless connectivity to over 170 destinations worldwide, including 47 European cities.

Emirates’ A380 Draws Prominent Guests and Trade Visitors at ILA Berlin 2024

Emirates’ A380 Draws Prominent Guests and Trade Visitors at ILA Berlin 2024

Emirates showcased its A380 aircraft at ILA Berlin 2024, welcoming prominent guests including German Federal Ministers and regional leaders. The aircraft attracted significant attention, hosting over 1,800 trade guests during the event. Demonstrating a commitment to sustainability, Emirates announced a positioning flight from Berlin to Dubai using blended Sustainable Aviation Fuel.

Qantas Launches New Spirits and Winter Menu

Qantas Launches New Spirits and Winter Menu

New Australian gins are rolling out and Campari will be on offer in all international cabins for the first time with Qantas unveiling a revamped spirits selection on board alongside the airline's new winter menu.

Airlines might finally start selling personalised products soon

Airlines might finally start selling personalised products soon

In the airline industry there’s been serious talk of ‘offer and order management’ for some years now. In fact this was a key topic for delegates at the IATA World Financial & Passenger Symposium in Chicago late last year, where it became clear that offer/order was finally gathering pace

Finnair serves up new summer menu brimming with fresh flavours

Finnair serves up new summer menu brimming with fresh flavours

Finnair has launched its summer menu, treating customers to new mouthwatering meals and light savoury snacks packed with fresh flavours. Customers flying on Finnair flights can tuck into a range of tasty dishes - available for purchase inflight - including vegetable bolognese pasta, vegetarian korma curry noodles and berry oatmeal. They can also enjoy salty snacks and sweet treats such as cashew nuts, blueberry muffins, salty liquorice and fruit candy.

Emirates, Airbus and IATA Collaborate on CBTA Training

Emirates, Airbus and IATA Collaborate on CBTA Training

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), Emirates, and Airbus have joined forces to deliver a Competency-Based Training and Assessment (CBTA) program for the Airbus A350 type rating, as Emirates prepares for the delivery of its fleet of 65 A350s from mid-2024. An initial cohort of 256 pilots will be trained as part of the new course at Emirates’ Training college in Dubai starting from July 2024.

15 years of flydubai

15 years of flydubai

HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of flydubai On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of flydubai, I would like to congratulate the team at flydubai on the success they have achieved since their inaugural flight to Beirut on 01 June 2009.