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- 73. Significant Capacity and Workforce Reductions at Continental Airlines
Significant Capacity and Workforce Reductions at Continental Airlines. It is extremely turbulent times for airlines around the globe. Already American Airlines, United Airlines, Air New Zealand and Qantas have announced significant reductions to their international operations. Now, Continental Airlines has also confirmed details of its own reductions. These actions are in response
- 74. ACJ318 on Display @ Jet Expo in Moscow
Airbus is displaying an Airbus ACJ318, offered for VVIP charter by Comlux, at the Jet Expo in Moscow which is taking place 14-16 September. The aircraft features the comfort and practicality of home and office, plus seating for 19 passengers, which is more than traditional business jets.
- 75. Japan Airlines Partners Lunar Exploration Company, ispace
Japan Airlines (JAL) and lunar exploration company ispace have agreed to form a capital and business alliance. In correlation with JAL`s 'Embrace New Challenges' slogan, the company has been sponsoring a team managed by ispace called 'HAKUTO' since 2015, which was the first privately funded team formed in Japan for lunar exploration.
- 76. Absolute Hotel Services Signs Second Hotel in Jodhpur, India
Absolute Hotel Services Signs Second Hotel in Jodhpur, India. The 27-room Desertscape Jodhpur resort is located 20 km from the town center of Jodhpur, the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is called the Gateway to Thar, as it is literally on the edge of the Thar Desert. It is also called the Sun City as the sun shines almost every day of the year.
- 77. Tiger Airways Reports February 2011 Traffic
Tiger Airways Reports February 2011 Traffic. From March 2010 to February 2011, a total of 5.9 million passengers chose to fly with Tiger Airways, an increase of 26% over the 4.7 million passengers in the preceding 12 months. Average load factor for the 12-month period to February 2011 increased to 86%, an increase of 1 percentage point year-on-year.
- 78. Royal Jordanian Agrees Desktop Deal with SITA
Royal Jordanian Agrees Desktop Deal with SITA. The agreement covers desktop remote support and equipment for 56 out-stations which includes software support and more than 500 new PCs and 18 servers for major offices. In addition to on-site maintenance support, there will be a SITA-operated helpdesk in Amman available 24/7.
- 79. Denver Int. Airport Reports January 2011 Traffic
Denver Int. Airport Reports January 2011 Traffic. The first month of 2011 got off to a promising start at Denver International Airport (DIA) with a reported total of 3,928,196 passengers traveling through the facility in January. The figure represents a 4% increase over the 3,776,133 travelers who used the airport during the same month last year.
- 80. Emirates to Launch Triple Daily Non-Stop Flights to Manchester
Emirates to Launch Triple Daily Non-Stop Flights to Manchester Emirates is boosting its Manchester route with the introduction of a third daily non-stop flight. The new service, which commences on 1st May 2011, will increase Emiratesí capacity by 25%.. Emirates is boosting its Manchester route with the introduction of a third daily non-stop flight. The new service, which commences
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