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Airbus delivers first A350 from its widebody completion & delivery centre in China

July 26, 2021 Aviation No Comments

Airbus has delivered the first A350 from its widebody completion & delivery centre in Tianjin (C&DC), China, taking additional steps in the expansion of its global footprint and long-term strategic partnership with China. … Continue Reading

Air New Zealand opens more bookings to bring Kiwis home from NSW

July 26, 2021 Aviation No Comments

Bookings have opened this morning on available Air New Zealand managed return flights to allow Kiwis to return home from New South Wales from 28 July. These seats will be restricted to the number of spaces available in managed isolation facilities (MIQ) rooms provided by the New Zealand Government. … Continue Reading

Air New Zealand issues advice to customers around trans-Tasman travel

July 26, 2021 Aviation No Comments

Air New Zealand has adjusted its trans-Tasman schedule as a result of the eight-week suspension to quarantine-free travel from Australia announced by the New Zealand Government today. … Continue Reading

IATA Warns Governments on High Cost of Testing

July 26, 2021 Aviation No Comments

Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on governments to take action to address the high cost of COVID-19 tests in many jurisdictions and urged flexibility in permitting the use of cost-effective antigen tests as an alternative to more expensive PCR tests. … Continue Reading

Intelsat 2Ku Now Available as a Linefit Option on Airbus A320-family Aircraft

July 26, 2021 Aviation No Comments

Intelsat (formerly Gogo Commercial Aviation) today announced that the first factory-installed Intelsat 2Ku system has been delivered on an A321neo aircraft. The 2Ku system was installed by Airbus at its factory in Hamburg, Germany as part of its High Bandwidth Connectivity Service (HBCS) and delivered to Cathay Pacific. … Continue Reading

Vivid travel agent stories reinforce case for more support

The suspension of the Tasman travel bubble, alongside the flow-on effects of Covid-linked border closures and restrictions in Australia, make the case for more government support for Australian travel agents and businesses more compelling than ever – and here, two agents explain their need for JobKeeper or something similar. … Continue Reading

Farewell Alitalia: ITA Cleared for Take-Off

July 24, 2021 Aviation No Comments

The new airline being created to replace the long financially ailing Alitalia will take off on Oct. 15 with its first flights, the Italian Economy Ministry announced Thursday. … Continue Reading

Oman Air Flies Two Routes with Fully Vaccinated Crew

July 24, 2021 Aviation No Comments

Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, operated two regularly scheduled passenger flights with fully vaccinated crews to two separate domestic destinations in the Sultanate on 12 July 2021. … Continue Reading

Hong Kong Airlines to offer inflight items for sale

July 23, 2021 Aviation No Comments

Hong Kong Airlines is delighted to offer for sale a range of inflight items. Mostly obsolete as they haven’t been in service in recent years, these items ranging from inflight crockery, limited edition amenity kits, pillows and duvets as
well as wine will bring back fond memories for customers who enjoy flying with Hong Kong Airlines. … Continue Reading

QR code to support Singapore transition to cashless society, says GlobalData

July 23, 2021 Aviation No Comments

Singapore has a well-developed payments market, which has been growing at a robust pace in past few years due to the country’s robust payment infrastructure. … Continue Reading

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