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- 129. AirAsia to Resume Manila - Saigon Flights; Launch Clark - Tagbilaran
AirAsia has confirmed plans to resume flights between Manila and Saigon, and will also increase domestic operations within Philippines. The Saigon service, which will commence on 29 March 2020, will be AirAsia’s 16th international destination from Manila.
- 130. Hong Kong Int. Airport Introduces New Round of Relief Measures
Passenger numbers at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) had already been negatively impacted by the often violent protests in the city, and the COVID19 outbreak has just made the situation even worse. Because of this, the Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) is introducing a new round of relief measures, including rental concessions, reduction or waiver of fees, among others, to tr
- 131. Russian Helicopters Receives Green Light to Commence Production of Ansat Aurus
Russian Helicopters has received approval from Rosaviatsiya to start producing the Ansat helicopters equipped with the Aurus cabin. Certification tests, aimed at assessing the performance of equipment in the cabin and the electromagnetic compatibility with avionics, were successfully completed earlier this month.
- 132. Bangkok Airways Partners AXAThailand to Offer 'Protective Wing' Travel Insurance
Bangkok Airways has partnered with AXAThailand General Insurance to offer travellers what it has called a “Protective Wing”. Travellers can choose from the Protective Wing travel insurance plans and purchase them directly on the airline's website at the time of booking.
- 133. Air Astana to Increase London Heathrow Flights
Air Astana, Kazakhstan’s national airline, is to launch a fourth weekly service from London Heathrow to Astana, commencing 2 June 2016. The new service will depart from Terminal 4 at 17.15 on Mondays, complementing the existing Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday schedule.
- 134. Air Astana Passes Third IOSA
Air Astana has passed the latest International Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). The audit was completed with Air Astana remaining the only airline from Kazakhstan to maintain repeated audit success, since it was first undertaken in 2007.
- 135. Air Astana Passes 5th IATA Operational Safety Audit
Air Astana has successfully undergone IATA's Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) for the fifth time. The airline first passed the audit in 2007 and then again in 2009, 2011 and 2013.
- 136. Lufthansa Signs Up For Travelport’s Rich Content and Branding Solution
Lufthansa has signed up for Travelport’s Rich Content and Branding solution. Travelport Rich Content and Branding enables airlines to market and retail their products more effectively, fully displaying all of their fares, ancillaries and brand proposition to travel agencies. It includes rich product descriptions and graphics, optional or ancillary products for sale, including fares
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