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9. Eurowings Adds Basic Fare to Sabre
The Lufthansa Group’s low-cost airline Eurowings has expanded its agreement with Sabre by making its BASIC fare available through the Sabre travel marketplace. Through API-connectivity, Sabre-connected travel agents are now able to shop and book Eurowings’ budget fare, BASIC, which caters for travellers that only want to pay for the flight itself.
10. STG Aerospace Wins Alaska Airlines Contract
STG Aerospace has been selected as the supplier for the photoluminescent emergency floor path marking system across Alaska Airlines’ Boeing and Airbus fleets, as the airline begins to streamline the cabins of its Virgin America fleet.
11. Ascott Partners Leading Developers in China, Japan and Thailand
Ascott is accelerating its expansion in Asia by forging strategic partnerships with leading developers in China, Japan and Thailand to manage apartments currently under development as well as future projects.
12. Mexico Installs Automated Biometric Border Control Kiosks at Three Major Airports
SITA has installed 100 Automated Border Control kiosks at three major airports in Mexico. The international airports, in Mexico City, Cancun and Los Cabos, are operated by three airport companies – Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México (AICM), Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR) and Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP).
13. Coral Planting Program Boosts Reef Marine Life in Fiji
An increase in marine life such as baby reef sharks has followed a coral planting program being undertaken by Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort as part of a wider Outrigger Resorts global OZONE (Outrigger’s ZONE) conservation initiative. In Fiji, the program has seen coral propagation racks and fish houses built as part of a teenager guest activity program organized by the resort’s hosts
14. SAS to Replace A340 with A330-300
SAS has signed an order for one additional Airbus A330-300 with delivery scheduled for spring 2019. The aircraft will replace an Airbus A340.
15. American Airlines Appoints Julie Rath as Vice President – Customer Planning
American Airlines has appointed Julie Rath, previously Managing Director – Service Recovery, as Vice President – Customer Planning. Julie will report to Kerry Philipovitch, senior vice president – Customer Experience, and succeeds Tim Lindemann who announced his retirement earlier this year.
16. Airbus A321LR Flies 4,750 Nautical Miles in 11 Hours
The A321LR variant of Airbus’ A321 jetliner underscored its impressive range with a record-breaking flight from Mahé in the Seychelles islands to Toulouse, France – covering a total distance of 4,750 nautical miles in 11 hours.

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