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American Airlines releases 2023 Sustainability Report highlighting climate action progress

American Airlines has published its 2023 Sustainability Report, detailing efforts to address climate change and decarbonize aviation operations. The report outlines key initiatives from 2023, including a collaboration with Breakthrough Energy and Google Research on contrail avoidance, which could help reduce the industry’s climate impact. American Airlines CEO Robert Isom said: “Thanks to the hard

Air Canada to acquire eight Boeing 737-8 aircraft from BOC Aviation

Air Canada has announced an agreement with BOC Aviation Limited to acquire eight Boeing 737-8 aircraft, set to enter service in 2025. The new planes will undergo required modifications before joining Air Canada’s fleet, initially operating with a single Economy class layout. Michael Rousseau, President and Chief Executive Officer of Air Canada, said: “We look

Emirates to debut refurbished Boeing 777s on Geneva, Tokyo and Brussels routes

Emirates has announced the first destinations to be served by its newly refurbished Boeing 777 aircraft, featuring upgraded cabin interiors and a new Premium Economy class. The airline plans to introduce the revamped 777s on routes to Geneva, Tokyo Haneda and Brussels, with flights now available for booking. Adnan Kazim, Deputy President and Chief Commercial

Fiji Airways joins American Airlines’ AAdvantage rewards program

Fiji Airways has announced it will join American Airlines’ AAdvantage travel rewards program, offering members new benefits and redemption options when flying with either carrier. The partnership, set to begin in the coming year, will allow AAdvantage members to enjoy priority services when traveling on Fiji Airways flights. Elite members will receive benefits including priority

RwandAir marks one year of direct flights between Paris and Kigali

RwandAir celebrated the first anniversary of its direct flight service between Paris and Kigali, strengthening connections between Europe and Africa. The airline launched the route in June 2023, operating three flights per week between the French capital and Rwanda’s capital city. Over the past year, RwandAir has operated more than 150 flights on the route

Thai Airways overhauls digital platforms and expands Amadeus partnership

Thai Airways has announced a major technology upgrade through an expanded partnership with travel technology company Amadeus. The airline will revamp its website and mobile booking channels using Amadeus’ Digital Experience Suite to offer passengers a more personalized and seamless travel experience. Thai Airways will implement Amadeus’ Network Revenue Management system to optimize pricing and


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