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17. Qatar Airways to Increase Dubai Flights
Effective 26 October 2014, Qatar Airways will increase the frequency of its flights on the very popular Doha – Dubai routes with additional daily flights to Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC). The extra flights will take the airline’s frequency to 14-flights-per-day to DXB and 4-flights-per-day to DWC.
18. Emirates to Increase Flights to Al Medinah al Munawarah
Emirates to Increase Flights to Al Medinah al Munawarah. Emirates is to increase flights from Dubai to Al Medinah al Munawarah in Saudi Arabia to seven flights per week from 31 October 2010. The Dubai-based airline currently operates a total of 25 flights per week to the Kingdom. These three new services will bring the number to 28 flights per week as well as increasing additional
19. AirAsia Further Increases Singapore - KL Capacity; launches F(r)ee Seats Promotion
AirAsia Further Increases Singapore - KL Capacity; launches F(r)ee Seats Promotion. Jointly, the AirAsia group will have a total of 101 flights weekly to Singapore from various points in the region which include 49 flights weekly from Kuala Lumpur, 7 flights weekly from Kota Kinabalu, 7 flights weekly from Kuching, 7 flights weekly from Phuket, 28 flights weekly from Bangkokand 3
20. Tiger Airways adds Flights to Perth and Ho Chi Minh Routes
Tiger Airways adds Flights to Perth and Ho Chi Minh Routes. From 1 June 2008, the Singapore – Perth flight schedules will increase to 11 flights a week for the Northern Summer Season, up from the current seven flights a week. Between 18 June and 10 August 2008, Tiger Airways will increase capacity to offer two flights a day, bringing weekly scheduled flights to a total of 14. One w
21. British Airways to launch Daily Flights between London's Gatwick Airport and New York's JFK
British Airways to launch Daily Flights between London's Gatwick Airport and New York's JFK. British Airways is to launch daily flights between London's Gatwick airport and New York JFK from Monday October 27, 2008. The new flights mean that the airline will fly 62 times each week from the capital to JFK as the Gatwick flights will operate in addition to 55 weekly flights from Heat
22. SilkAir launches Flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur
SilkAir launches Flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. SilkAir has launched twice-daily flights to Kuala Lumpur, which, together with five daily flights by Singapore Airlines, increases the flight frequency between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur offered by the two carriers to seven daily flights. From 1 December 2008, Singapore Airlines and SilkAir will operate four daily flights
23. Tiger Airways adds Flights on Shenzhen and Guangzhou Routes
Tiger Airways adds Flights on Shenzhen and Guangzhou Routes. The airline will be adding an additional two flights weekly to both routes from 25 March 2007. This will increase its weekly flights between Singapore – Shenzhen to five from three currently. At the same time, Tiger Airways will be beefing up service on its Singapore – Guangzhou route to daily flights from five flights a
24. Emirates to Increase Flights to Amman and Doha
Emirates to Increase Flights to Amman and Doha. Emirates is adding an additional four flights per week to its network in the Middle East. Effective 1 December 2009, Emirates will introduce an additional three services per week to Amman and one additional flight to Doha, all additional flights will be serviced by Airbus A330. The existing service of 197 flights per week to 14 Middle

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