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jetStar Australia to add Singapore – Osaka service

jetStar Australia, from 1st November, will be launching a thrice weekly service to Osaka from Singapore. The route will increase to four times per week from 17th December, and will complement Singapore based jetStar Asia’s service to the Japanese city. Schedule; JQ063 SIN KIX 2230 0600+1 330 x236 JQ064 KIX SIN 1030 1620 330 x347

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jetStar Australia to add Singapore – Osaka service

jetStar Australia, from 1st November, will be launching a thrice weekly service to Osaka from Singapore. The route will increase to four times per week from 17th December, and will complement Singapore based jetStar Asia’s service to the Japanese city. Schedule; JQ063 SIN KIX 2230 0600+1 330 x236 JQ064 KIX SIN 1030 1620 330 x347

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AirBerlin to launch Chicago service

AirBerlin from 23rd March, 2013 will be launching nonstop service between Berlin and Chicago. The service will initially operate thrice weekly, but will be increased to five times weekly from 1st May. AB7420 BER ORD 1000 1210 332 146 AB7421 ORD BER 1525 0700+1 332 146 From 1st May, service will be added on Wednesday […]

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Emirates Continues Ambitious Expansion with Adelaide, Lyon and Warsaw

 Emirates is well known to be bucking the trends and growing through a recession – and the Middle Eastern connectivity giant seems not even lightly fazed by the economic crisis. The mega carrier has just announced its expansion into three strategically important destinations, building on its momentum of recent A380 upgrades to Moscow and Paris. […]

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United launches Newark – Istanbul service : PHOTOS

 United Airlines on 1st July launched its new service between New York Newark and Istanbul, Turkey. The inaugural flight, UA904, was operated by Boeing 767-300ER N657UA. The flight received a warm welcome at Istanbul (IST), the hub of fellow Star Alliance carrier Turkish Airlines. Schedule: UA904 EWR IST 1927 1220+1 D 767 UA905 IST EWR […]

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IndiGo Expands Internationally with the Addition of Three New Routes

IndiGo, the Indian LCC, will be expanding its international routes from August with the addition of three new routes to Dubai, and the increase of Bangkok flights. An IndiGo aircraft at Bengaluru International Airport (BLR) – © Anirudh Emani The carrier’s existing Delhi – Dubai route will receive its second daily flight with effect from […]

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SAA ends CPT – LHR service, SIA quickly grabs the slot for a 4th daily SIN – LHR

 South African Airways just two days ago revealed that it would be cancelling its long serving Cape Town – London Heathrow service effective 14th August. And with the cancellation, it would be leaving a slot pair with some very lucrative timings at Heathrow. SA220 CPT LHR 1850 0620+1 D 332 SA221 LHR CPT 2100 1005+1 […]

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American announces its inaugural 777-300ER schedule

 American Airlines has just announced its inaugural range of destinations to be served by its fleet of Boeing 777-300ERs. Artist’s impression of Business Class cabin on board AA’s new Boeing 777-300ER  The aircraft will enter scheduled service on 13th December, with Dallas Ft. Worth – Sao Paulo to become the first destination for the new […]

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Hawaiian Continues Ambitious Japanese Expansion with the Addition of Sapporo

Hawaiian Airlines is continuing its ambitious expansion into Japan, with the addition of Sapporo – its 4th Japanese destination. Hawaiian will become the first intercontinental carrier to operate into Japan in a decade, when it launches service on 1st November. Flights will initially operate thrice weekly on board Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. Schedule: HA441 HNL 1445 […]

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Delta returns ATL – Shanghai slots to DOT, requests to delay Guangzhou launch

 Going ahead with its strict, yet well rewarding capacity discipline exercise, Delta Air Lines has requested the US Department of Transportation (DoT) approval to delay the launch of Tokyo – Guangzhou service, while returning the slots for its Atlanta – Shanghai service.  According to the recently filed dockets – Delta now seems to have given […]

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