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145. Qatar Airways Launches Daily All-First Class Service to Jeddah
Qatar Airways has launched a new daily All-First Class service from its hub in Doha to Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to coincide with the start of Ramadan. With the additional daily flight starting from today (18 June), services to Jeddah will rise from double-daily flights to triple-daily flights. Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said,
146. AccorHotels Appoints Sophie Stabile as CEO HotelServices France
Sophie Stabile, a member of the AccorHotels’ Executive Committee, has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer, HotelServices France. She succeeds Christophe Alaux, who has been appointed Chief Executive Officer, HotelServices North & Central America. The appointment is effective as of 1 October 2015. Deputy Chief Executive Officer Sven Boinet will act as interim CEO for France be
147. RMCI Opens UK Office; Schedules Asia Expansion for 2016
RMCI, a Huntsville-based company specializing in helicopter health monitoring technology and analysis, has unveiled plans to open an office in the United Kingdom. RMCI Chief Executive Ken Speaks said the office in Derbyshire, England, will make it easier for the Alabama firm to reach customers in the U.K. and throughout Europe. The office will be staffed by Dr. Lesley Brealey, an a
148. Singapore Airlines, Royal Brunei and Norwegian Air Shuttle to Deploy SITA OnAir’s Aircom FlightT
Singapore Airlines, Royal Brunei and Norwegian Air Shuttle have signed-up for SITA OnAir’s Aircom FlightTracker. The product uses existing equipment and re-purposes air traffic control data to provide consistent monitoring throughout the flight. The three airlines will deploy it on their entire fleet starting this month.
149. New Rear Galley Option for A350 to Allow 6 Extra Seats
Airbus and Jamco have signed an agreement for the development, manufacture, supply and support of a new aft galley and lavatory module option for the A350 XWB aircraft family. The new galley arrangement, which will accommodate up to 16 trolleys and two lavatories integrated into the rear fuselage section, will become available from 2018 to airline customers as a ‘supplier-furnished
150. IATA Pauses Confusing Cabin OK Initiative
IATA has decided to pause the rollout of its Cabin OK initiative and has launched a comprehensive reassessment in light of concerns expressed, primarily in North America. This will include further engagement with program participants, the IATA membership, and key stakeholders. The Cabin OK initiative was launched on 9 June 2015 with the aim of providing passengers with greater assu
151. Executive Appointments at AccorHotels in the Americas
AccorHotels has appointed Christophe Alaux as CEO HotelServices North (United States, Canada) & Central America (Mexico and the Caribbean, including Cuba). He will also represent the region on the Executive Committee. Christophe Alaux, is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris and of Harvard Business School (Advanced Management Program). After spending the first part of his career working
152. Air Madagascar Orders Three More ATR 72-600s
Air Madagascar has signed a deal for three ATR 72-600s worth a total of approximately US$77 million. The first aircraft will be delivered as from 2017. The airline also recently signed an agreement with the Irish leasing company Elix Aviation Capital to add two new ATR 72-600s, the first having been delivered this week and the second being delivered next month.

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