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News: Icelandair to launch new flights to Dallas in spring 2018

Icelandair is has announce flights to its 20th North American gateway, Dallas. Flights to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport will begin on May 30th, and will operate to their hub Keflavik four times per week with a Boeing 757-200 aircraft. The new route will open up even more travel choices for UK passengers with connections from the existing seven UK gateways Icelandair serve via their hub in Reykjavik, which now serves 20 destinations in the US. Icelandair’s updated fleet also offers travellers more legroom, in-flight entertainment, and gate-to-gate Wi-Fi. “As…

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Watch: Adams targets world title in 2018 after 'dream' Las Vegas fight

Nicola Adams says she is aiming for a professional world title early in 2018 after her “dream” fight in Las Vegas on Saturday. The British double Olympic champion, who turned professional in January, is taking on Hungary’s Alexandra Vlajk as she fights in the United States for the first time. READ MORE: Nicola Adams: Briton set to make US debut on Golovkin-Canelo card READ MORE: Katie Taylor to challenge for world title in Cardiff on 28 October Let’s block ads! (Why?) BBC Sport – Sport

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England to play New Zealand as part of 2018 autumn international series

England will play world champions New Zealand for the first time since 2014, as part of next year’s autumn internationals at Twickenham. Eddie Jones’ side host South Africa in the first match of the series on 3 November, before the All Blacks match on 10 November. They also face Japan on 17 November and Australia on 24 November. England lost four times to the All Blacks in 2014 – a three-Test series in New Zealand and the autumn Test match. “We want to win that series 4-0 and we will…

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England to face New Zealand and Australia in 2018 as autumn internationals announced

England will complete a four-year wait to face New Zealand when they clash with the world champions at Twickenham next year. The fixture has been confirmed, by the Rugby Football Union, for November 10 and is the highlight of a mouth-watering 2018 autumn series that also features matches against South Africa, Japan and Australia. “We will have to work hard and be smart in what we do to bridge the gap between us and the All Blacks,” head coach Eddie Jones said. The composition of the 2018 Old Mutual Wealth…

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Nintendo Will Bring Back the NES Classic Edition in 2018

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Last year, Nintendo launched its great monument to bait-and-switch, the NES Classic Edition. The cutting-edge 30-year-old console packed a reasonable number of classic NES games into a diminutive form factor; then Nintendo slapped an attractive $ 60 price on the whole shebang. And then, in the face of completely predictable high demand, Nintendo decided to build six of them a week. After a few months, the company decided it had enough money and killed the…

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News: Ryanair to base three additional planes in Frankfurt for summer 2018

Ryanair has announced it will base an additional three aircraft at Frankfurt Main airport, bringing the total to ten. The Frankfurt summer 2018 schedule includes 38 Frankfurt Main routes and 43 Frankfurt Hahn routes, aimed to deliver over 4.7 million customers through the carrier’s two Frankfurt airports next year. Ryanair will continue to connect Frankfurt with major business centres on high frequency, low fare services including Dublin (four times weekly), Madrid (daily) and London (three daily). In Frankfurt, Ryanair spokesman David O’Brien, said: “We are pleased to announce an additional…

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Chris Froome: Fifth Tour de France title in 2018 is 'priority and focus'

Media playback is not supported on this device Britain’s Chris Froome says winning a fifth Tour de France title will be his “priority and focus” for 2018 and he still has “lots to achieve” in cycling. Froome, 32, has become the first man to follow a Tour victory by winning the Vuelta a Espana in the same year. A fifth Tour win would see him equal Eddy Merckx, Jacques Anquetil, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain’s record. Six riders have won all three Grand Tours during their career, with Froome yet…

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