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- 113. Air New Zealand Extends Complimentary Inflight Wi-Fi Promotion
Air New Zealand has extended its trial of complimentary inflight Wi-Fi until the end of March. Wi-Fi is now available on 12 international aircraft, including six Boeing 777-200s and four Boeing 777-300s which predominantly fly the airline's trans-Tasman, US and London routes and two A321neo aircraft which operate Tasman and Pacific Island services.
- 114. JAL to Launch Flights to Bengaluru, India
Japan Airlines has confirmed that it will launch flights between Tokyo-Narita and Bengaluru India, during the summer of 2020. Bengaluru is located in the Deccan Plateau in the southern part of India and has the third largest population in the country, after Delhi and Mumbai.
- 115. Peter Bromby Appointed Vice President Worldwide Sales - Learjet Aircraft
Bombardier has appointed Peter Bromby as Vice President, Worldwide Sales, Learjet Aircraft. Bromby will assume overall responsibility for sales with a dedicated U.S.-based sales team and will retain his current responsibilities as Vice President, Worldwide Pre-owned Aircraft Sales.
- 116. RoboSense Appoints Dr. Leilei Shinohara as Vice President of R&D
RoboSense, a leader in LiDAR perception technology, has appointed Dr. Leilei Shinohara as Vice President of R&D. With more than a decade of experience developing LiDAR systems, Dr. Shinohara is regarded as one of the most accomplished experts in this field.
- 117. Airbus Delivered 356 Helicopters in 2018
Airbus Helicopters delivered 356 rotorcraft and logged gross orders for 413 helicopters (net: 381) in 2018, up from 350 gross orders in 2017. The company also booked 148 orders for light twin-engine helicopters of the H135/H145 family and secured 15 orders for the next-generation H160. At the end of last year, its overall backlog had increased to 717 helicopters.
- 118. Rosaviatsiya Approves Ansat Helicopters to Operate at 3,500 Metres
Rosaviatsiya, the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency, has certified the increase in take-off/landing altitude of the Ansat helicopter to 3,500 metres. Before certification, the Ansat helicopter's take-off and landing altitude was limited to 1,000 m, restricting its use in elevated areas.
- 119. Macao Reports 9.8% Increase in Visitor Arrivals for 2018
The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has reported that total visitor arrivals went up by 9.8% to over 35.8 million in 2018. Surpassing same-day visitor arrivals for three years in a row, overnight-stay visitor arrivals surged year-on-year by 7.2% to account for 51.7% of total visitor arrivals.
- 120. Cycling: Six Day to Make Asian Debut in Hong Kong 8-10 March 2019
Hong Kongís burgeoning cycling scene received a welcome boost on Wednesday with the announcement that Six Day, the international cycling series, will make its Hong Kong debut from 8 to 10 March 2019. The PRURide Six Day Hong Kong will take place at Hong Kong Velodrome Park and will be the fifth race in the seven-stop 2018/19 series which started in London last October and ends in B
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