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33. Thomas Cook Promotes Own Hotel Brands on Airbus A321s
This summer, Thomas Cook aircraft will fly the flag for two of the companys own-brand hotels as part of the holiday companys strategy to raise awareness of its hotel portfolio.
34. Ethiopian Airlines and Air Cte d'Ivoire to Codeshare
Ethiopian Airlines has entered into a codeshare agreement with Air Cte d'Ivoire. Under the new codeshare partnership, passengers originating from West African countries, especially from Lagos, Bamako, Cotonou, Accra and Lom will board Air Cte d'Ivoire flights and enjoy fast and seamless connection to Newark on-board Ethiopian direct service to Newark via Abidjan.
35. SATS Wins 2018 IATA Ground Handling Conference Innovator Competition
Singapore-based SATS has won the 2018 IATA Ground Handling Conference (IGHC) Innovator Competition, for the company's use of smart watches for Technical Ramp Operations.
36. British Airways to Launch Direct Flights to Durban, South Africa
British Airways has confirmed that it will launch thrice weekly direct flights between London Heathrow and the South African city of Durban on 29 October 2018. The service will be the only non-stop link between Europe and Durban and flights will be operated by British Airways newest fleet of aircraft, the Boeing 787-8.
37. Emirates Renews and Expands Partnership with Formula 1
Emirates has renewed and expanded its partnership with Formula 1 until the end of 2022. Emirates has been an F1 Global Partner since 2013, and the renewed agreement will see the airline enjoy an expanded branding and consumer activation presence at over 15 races on the FIA Formula One World Championship calendar across Europe, Asia, Australia, North America and South America.
38. Asia Pacific Airlines Report US$8.8 Billion in Combined Net Earnings for 2017
Underpinned by the firm increases in both air passenger and cargo markets, Asia Pacific airlines achieved a 6.7% growth in combined operating revenue to US$176.6 billion in 2017. Passenger revenue increased by 6.0% to US$135.6 billion. Intense competition led to a marginal 1.0% decline in passenger yields to 7.9 US cents per RPK, although the decline was less severe compared to pre
39. New Zealand to Enhance HEMS Operations with Two Airbus H145s
The Helicopter Emergency Medical Services New Zealand has selected the Airbus H145, in response to a call from New Zealands Health Ministry to enhance its helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) industry. Due to be delivered in the second half of 2019, the two helicopters will become the first HEMS-configured H145s to enter New Zealand, and will bolster the countrys capacity
40. Japan Airlines to Establish Medium to Long-Haul Low Cost Airline
Japan Airlines (JAL) has unveiled plans to establish a new low-cost carrier (LCC) for the international market. The new LCC will specifically feature international routes with medium to long-haul flights.

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