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121. Airlines Evaluating SITA’s Enhanced Aircraft Tracking Capability
SITA is to launch an innovative technology solution which will allow airlines to track their aircraft. The solution, which is currently being evaluated by several airlines for testing, will utilize technology that is already installed in the aircraft to provide advanced tracking capabilities. The SITA Aircom Server Flight Tracker solution will enable airlines to track aircraft move
122. Hainan Airlines Takes Delivery of First Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
Hainan Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. The delivery is the first of 10 787s for Hainan Airlines. Hainan Airlines will first operate the Dreamliner on a domestic route from Beijing to Haikou. Thereafter, the airline will deploy the 787 on its North America routes, increasing the frequency of its Beijing-Seattle, Beijing-Toronto and Beijing-Chicago s
123. Hong Kong Airlines signs MoU for Six Airbus A330-200s
Hong Kong Airlines signs MoU for Six Airbus A330-200s. Hong Kong Airlines has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Airbus for six A330-200 aircraft. The latest commitment will increase the number of A330s ordered by the airline to 23. Hong Kong Airlines intends to use the A330-200s to develop new services to destinations across the Asia Pacific region, as well as to the Middle
124. Singapore Airlines Now Flying More A380s than B747s
Singapore Airlines Now Flying More A380s than B747s. Singapore Airlines has reached the half-way point in its A380 phase-in, with 10 of the jetliners currently in service from the total 19 on order. Mak noted this marks a real milestone in the carrier’s history, as the number of A380s has now surpassed the total of 747s flown by Singapore Airlines – which once was one of the world’
125. Brazil's TAM Airlines joins Star Alliance
Brazil's TAM Airlines joins Star Alliance. TAM Airlines, a leading Brazilian carrier, has joined the Star Alliance network. TAM Airlines offers more than 40 destinations in Brazil and 10 airports across South America. Over the past years, the airline has expanded its intercontinental network to cover a variety of destinations in the USA and Europe, many of these being Star Alliance
126. NordStar Airlines Takes Delivery of its First ATR 42-500
NordStar Airlines Takes Delivery of its First ATR 42-500. Russia’s Taimyr Airlines (NordStar Airlines) has taken delivery of the first ATR 42-500, of a total order for 4 firm aircraft, plus 3 options placed in 2010. The Krasnoyarsk-based ATR 42-500s will fly to new regional destinations within Krasnoyarsk Region as well as to destinations such as Novosibirsk, Irkutsk and Ekaterinbu
127. Singapore Airlines to Fly to Kuwait; Increase Services to Abu Dhabi and Cairo
Singapore Airlines to Fly to Kuwait; Increase Services to Abu Dhabi and Cairo. Singapore Airlines is to begin a four-times-weekly service to Kuwait from 15 March 2009. Flying via Abu Dhabi, the service will operate on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, using Boeing 777-200 aircraft. As a consequence of the introduction of this service, Singapore Airlines will now fly between S
128. Travelport Signs Content Agreement with China Eastern
Travelport has signed a new multi-year, global content agreement with China Eastern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines, a fully owned subsidiary of China Eastern Airlines. The agreement ensures travel agents worldwide using Travelport platforms – including Galileo, Apollo and Worldspan – have access to the airlines’ web fares and published inventories.

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