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News: Aeromexico and Japan Airlines to launch codeshare operations in 2018

Aeromexico and Japan Airlines have agreed to launch a codeshare partnership in Japan’s fiscal year 2018, that combines the synergies of both airlines. It is hoped the alliance will provide a wider connectivity between Mexico and Japan. The codeshare is subject to necessary approvals from authorities and will help to pursue significant cooperation in the near future, allowing the carriers to leverage each other’s network, expertise and assets in benefit of their consumers. As consequence of the rapid growth of Japanese manufactures in Mexico as well as tourism traffic between…

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News: Vietnam Airlines signs comprehensive strategic partnership with Air France

Vietnam Airlines and Air France have announced the signing of a comprehensive strategic partnership allowing the two airlines to optimise their services between France, Europe and Vietnam and to strengthen their positions in a buoyant but highly competitive market. This new joint venture starts in November and is expected to bring additional benefits to customers. Through this agreement Vietnam Airlines and Air France are committed to offering more flight options and convenience to passengers through a collaboration in their flight schedules. Via three hubs Hanoi-Noi Bai, Ho Chi Minh City-Tan…

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News: UK government to fly 110,000 passengers home as Monarch Airlines collapses

Monarch Airlines has been forced to cancel all bookings, including flights and holidays, following a decision by the CAA not to renew its licence to operate. The carrier become the largest ever airline in the UK to enter administration. As all of Monarch’s flights due to depart from the UK have now been cancelled, customers should not go to their UK airport, the CAA said in a statement. However, all affected customers still in the UK should check the CAA website for further information. Around 110,000 Monarch passengers are currently…

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News: Gulf Air and Turkish Airlines sign codeshare deal

Gulf Air and Turkish Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement that will be effective from November 2017. The agreement will expand the travel opportunities for the passengers of both airlines with jointly operated double daily flights between Bahrain and Istanbul. The signing ceremony took place at Turkish Airlines’ Istanbul headquarters. Gulf Air deputy chief executive officer, captain Waleed Abdul Hameed Al Alawi, and Turkish Airlines deputy chairman, Bilal Ekşi, signed the agreement together in the presence of senior officials from both airlines. Al Alawi, welcomed the codeshare agreement. ADVERTISEMENT He…

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News: Vietnam Airlines signs partnership with Thua Thien Hue Province

Vietnam Airlines and the People’s Committee of Thua Thien Hue Province have launched a dedicated partnership. The move is aimed at driving tourism, improving investment and boosting the socio-economic development of Thua Thien Hue province, while simultaneously promoting the image, products and services of the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines. Over the next four years, Vietnam Airlines and Thua Thien Hue Province will collaborate on a programme of activities to promote this enchanting and historic region, including international tourism, cultural, arts and sports events; global sales and media familiarisation trips;…

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News: Saudi Arabia Airlines chief meets with Mauritius prime minister as flights launch

Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser, director general of Saudi Arabia Airlines, has met with the prime minister of the Republic of Mauritius, Pravind Jugnauth, following the start of new commercial flights between the two countries. During the meeting Al-Jasser and Jugnauth discussed economic growth and future opportunities, including the increase of flight frequencies, which currently operates thrice weekly between Riyadh-Jeddah and Mauritius. Mauritius is the airline’s third new destination this year and is a scheduled year-round service. The new flight to Mauritius is operated with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, flying direct…

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News: Royal Brunei Airlines to resume flights to Beijing in December

Royal Brunei Airlines has announced that it plans to resume direct flights to Beijing in December. The expansion of RB’s service into China will begin with a twice weekly service to Beijing using the Airbus A320 chief executive and with an additional weekly service added at the earliest opportunity. RB’s services will depart Brunei for Beijing every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 19:55 and arrive at Beijing at 01:00 the following day. The return flights leave Beijing at 02:00 and arrive in Brunei at 07:25 each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday….

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