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KLM Plans to Launch Fukuoka Service

KLM has revealed on the GDS that it plans to launch service to Fukuoka in Japan, in Summer 2013. Fukuoka will be the airline’s third Japanese destination after Tokyo and Osaka. The new service will begin on 3rd April, 2013 and will operate thrice weekly. Schedule: KL869 AMS FUK 1440 0820+1 772 D357 KL870 FUK […]

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United Airlines Reveals Initial 787 Routes

United Airlines today announced its initial Boeing 787 routes, the first international route of which is to begin on 4th December, 2012.  Houston will become the first 787 crew base for United, with several other stations likely to follow.  United’s 787-8s are configured in a 36 BusinessFirst, 72 Economy Plus and 111 Economy class seats (36C/ 72W/ […]

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KLM to increase Tehran frequencies

KLM for the Winter 2012/13 season will be operating increased frequencies to Tehran, Iran. The upgrade sees its presently 4 weekly flight increasing to daily, operating on board McDonnel Douglas MD-11 aircraft. KL433 AMS 1530 – 2130 IKA M11 D KL434 IKA 0145 – 0505 AMS M11 D

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Transavia to launch Dubai flights

Complementing its parent carrier KLM’s service, low cost carrier Transavia will launch service on the Dubai – Amsterdam route from 11th October. it will operate twice weekly on the route, on board a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. HV6901 AMS 0630 – 1655 DXB 738 14 HV6902 DXB 1750 – 0045+1 AMS 738 14 The move is […]

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Emirates introduces A380 to Netherlands

Emirates Airline from 1st August will be introducing the Airbus A380 on its Dubai – Amsterdam route. This would make it the first scheduled Airbus A380 service into the Netherlands. The route presently operates with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Schedule is below. EK147 DXB 0825 – 1330 AMS 388 D EK148 AMS 1530 – 2359 DXB […]

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KLM to go nonstop to Taipei

 KLM effective 25th March will be converting its Taipei operation to a daily nonstop service. The new flights will continue to Manila. With this change, Manila which used to be served nonstop will now become one-stop. The route will now be operated on board Boeing 777-200 aircraft.  Schedule below. KL807 AMS 2040 – 1445+1 TPE […]

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KLM Cancels Liverpool Service

 KLM effective 25th March 2012 will be cancelling its thrice daily service on the Amsterdam – Liverpool route. The airline stated on its Facebook page that the reason was that the route was not profitable. Present schedule: KL1035 AMS 0930 – 0955 LPL F70 D KL1041 AMS 1620 – 1645 LPL F70 D KL1045 AMS […]

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Martinair ends passenger operations

 Yesterday was a memorable day for the Dutch aviation history. After 53 years of operations, Martinair ended its life as a passenger carrier. The carrier which began life as Martin’s Air Charter    (MAC) on 24th May 1958 will now be limited to a cargo only airline. Photos copyright original photographers  The airline made farewell […]

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Air France and KLM to add the A350 and 787 : an analysis

 Air France and KLM today announced that they will be adding both the Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 to their fleet. Which aircraft would these replace, and where could they fly to? We’re going to find out. The order composition  While the exact order composition is yet to be announced, Air France has confirmed that […]

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The Angolan Expedition

 Angola, situated in central Africa has recently seen a significant air travel expansion from many carriers. What makes Angola so lucrative? Join the journey with The Networker to find out.   Angola’s location pin-pointed on a globe. Image credit: Wikipedia  Angola’s capital, and the main international airport is at Luanda, the nation’s capital. 2011 has […]

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