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Air New Zealand to increase capacity to Japan by 30,000 seats to boost inbound tourism

Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Greg Foran has announced that the airline will add 30,000 seats to its Tokyo route from November to March, providing Japanese customers with more options to travel to New Zealand. The capacity increase, a result of the airline’s 777s flying more frequently to Japan, will offer 342 seats per

Batik Air launches direct flights between Canberra and Denpasar

Batik Air has officially launched a new three times a week service between Canberra and Denpasar, becoming the second airline in the last twelve months to offer international flights from Canberra Airport. The inaugural flight, operated by a Boeing B737-800, touched down in Canberra at 7.00am today, with passengers receiving a traditional Welcome to Country

Arajet expands fleet and international routes with delivery of 10th Boeing 737 MAX

Dominican Republic-based low-fare airline Arajet has taken delivery of its 10th Boeing 737 MAX aircraft as it continues to expand its fleet and international routes throughout the Americas. The newest 737-8, delivered through a lessor, supports Arajet’s growth strategy as the airline plans to more than double its routes in the next few years. Since

Ethiopian Airlines resumes daily passenger flights to historic city of Axum following airport upgrades

Ethiopian Airlines Group, Africa’s largest airline, has announced the reinstatement of its daily passenger flights to the historic city of Axum as of June 9, 2024. The resumption of flights follows the successful completion of extensive maintenance work on both the airfield and terminal facilities, with a contract amount of 290 million Ethiopian Birr (ETB).

British Airways partners with Uber Boat to offer scenic river journey to London City Airport with ticket discounts and complimentary drinks

British Airways has partnered with Uber Boat by Thames Clippers to provide customers with a unique and picturesque journey to London City Airport. The offer, available to those flying with BA Cityflyer, British Airways’ subsidiary airline based at London City Airport, includes a 25% discount on Uber Boat tickets and a complimentary drink on the

Cathay Pacific to launch direct flights between Hong Kong and Riyadh, strengthening ties and promoting Belt and Road Initiative

Cathay Pacific has announced the launch of direct passenger flights connecting Hong Kong and Riyadh, the capital and financial centre of Saudi Arabia, starting from 28 October 2024. The new service aims to enhance connectivity, trade, and cultural exchange between Hong Kong and countries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative. The announcement was marked


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