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89. Air Canada Launches Cargo Flights to Europe
Air Canada has started using its aircraft to operate cargo-only flights to Europe and has plans to launch cargo flights to Latin America and South America as well. The aircraft on these flights carry no passengers but move time-sensitive shipments, including medical supplies to combat COVID19, and goods to support the global economy.
90. Qantas to Operate Three Ultra Long-Haul Research Flights
Qantas has unveiled plans to operate three ultra long-haul research flights to gather new data about inflight passenger and crew health and wellbeing. The flights form part of planning for Project Sunrise Qantas goal to operate regular, non-stop commercial flights from the east coast of Australia (Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne) to London and New York.
91. Delta Expanding First Class on Domestic Flights
Delta Expanding First Class on Domestic Flights. Delta Air Lines is planning to make First Class available on all its domestic flights longer than 750 miles, or about two and one-half hours of flight time, beginning this fall. The enhancement means Delta customers can enjoy the benefits of First Class service on more domestic flights, and SkyMiles members will have more opportuniti
92. Finnair to Reopen Helsinki - Stuttgart Route in August
Finnair to Reopen Helsinki - Stuttgart Route in August. Morning flights from Helsinki to Stuttgart will depart on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays at 07.45 and evening flights every day at around 17.00. The flights from Stuttgart to Helsinki will depart in the morning every day at 12.05 and in the evening on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays at around 19.00. The flights will be operated
93. Cebu Pacific Increases Capacity for Summer
The following CEB routes will have daily flights until 15 June 2012: Cebu-Dipolog, Cebu-Legazpi and Cebu-Pagadian. Three more weekly flights will be added to the Cebu-Puerto Princesa route, making it 10 times weekly until 4 June 2012. CEB has also added flights to the following routes: Manila-Legazpi and Manila-Puerto Princesa (total of 4 daily flights each). Legazpi is the gateway
94. Etihad Airways to launch Flights to Cape Town in South Africa
Etihad Airways to launch Flights to Cape Town in South Africa. Etihad Airways is to launch flights from its Abu Dhabi home-base to the South African city of Cape Town on 30 September 2009. The new Cape Town flights will operate via Etihads current daily, Airbus A330, service to South Africas commercial capital Johannesburg.
95. Emirates to Operate Extra Flights to South Africa for FIFA World Cup
Emirates to Operate Extra Flights to South Africa for FIFA World Cup. Emirates, an official airline of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, which kicks off in just over a week, is to operate a brace of flights to Cape Town and Johannesburg on Monday, 12 and Tuesday, 13 July. The additional flights comprise an extra round trip service to both Cape Town and Johannesburg.
96. Thai Airways Extends Suspension of Flights Until 1 September 2020
Thai Airways has extended its suspension of flights for another month. Now, TravelNewsAsia.com has been informed that Thai Airways has cancelled all its flights in August and will resume flights on 1 September 2020, at the earliest.

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