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Southend’s Global Ambitions

 No matter whether you consider Southend (IATA: SEN) as a ‘London airport’ or not – the reborn airport has made some significant progress recently. Once the third busiest airport in London with frequent large aircraft, the airport in Essex, had long remained without much activity. However, following the Stobart Air Group’s purchase of the airport […]

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Aeroflot to begin special London Gatwick service for Olympics

Aeroflot is starting a new one-time service to London Gatwick airport in time for the Olympics beginning in July 2012. The service operates only during the Olympics season and exact start/end dates might vary with demand. Service operates up to twice daily with Airbus A330-300 service. Service appears to begin on 25th July and initially […]

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Hellenic Imperial outlines scheduled network plans

Greek carrier Hellenic Imperial will be launching scheduled passenger flights from 24th June when it begins service to New York and London. The airline will be operating four times weekly service to New York JFK and six times weekly service to London Gatwick at the beginning. This will make it the only Greek carrier to […]

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Vietnam Airlines to launch London flights

Vietnam Airlines, from 8th of December, launches flights to London. The flights operate four times a week to London Gatwick. The flights are planned to be operate out of both Hanoi com Ho-Chi-Minh City, with two weekly flights for each. The flights will operate as red-eyes for an early morning arrival, both ways. VN already […]

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TAM Applies for Daily Rio – London flights

 TAM Linhas AĆ©reas has applied to the ANAC ( Brazilian equivalent of CAA ) to increase its Rio De Janeiro – London flights to Daily. The airline presently operates thrice weekly services to London Heathrow on board Airbus A330-200 aircraft.  The decision to increase flights, apparently, comes as a form of head-to-head competition with oneworld carrier […]

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