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- 97. Fewer Flights in Lufthansa’s 2009/10 Winter Timetable
Fewer Flights in Lufthansa’s 2009/10 Winter Timetable. In view of weaker demand in the coming winter flight schedules, Lufthansa has decided to reduce the number of its weekly flights, especially on German and European routes. All in all, a total of 12,406 weekly flights will be laid on the new winter timetable (previous year: 13,402), a decrease of 7.4%.
- 98. AirAsia X to Increase Flights Between KL and Chengdu, Melbourne and Taipei
AirAsia X is increasing its flight frequency between Kuala Lumpur and Melbourne, Taipei, and Chengdu effective 1 May 2013. The additional frequencies will see the current daily flights to Melbourne increase to nine flights weekly by 1 May 2013 and subsequently to twelve flights weekly by 1 July 2013.
- 99. Vietjet to Launch Saigon - Brisbane Flights
Vietjet and Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC), Queensland, Australia recently signed an agreement to open a non-stop service between Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) and Brisbane. Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and senior leaders of Vietnam and Australia witnessed the signing ceremony in Sydney. The direct flights between the two cities are expected to commence in 2019.
- 100. Air Canada to launch Flights between Calgary and Hawaii
Air Canada to launch Flights between Calgary and Hawaii. Air Canada is to launch non-stop, seasonal flights between Calgary and Hawaii. The new flights will begin 5 December 2009.
- 101. Emirates to Increase Flights to Cote D'Ivoire
Emirates to Increase Flights to Cote D'Ivoire. Emirates is to restart daily flights to the Cote D'Ivoire from 1 May 2010, following increased demand for the West African route. Under the new schedule, EK flight 787 will leave Dubai each day at 07:30 and arrive at Felix Houphouet Boigny Airport in Abidjan at 14:00. As before, flights to and from Abidjan, served by a 3-class Airbus A
- 102. Air Canada to Boost Calgary-Narita Flights; Delay Vancouver-Haneda Launch
Air Canada to Boost Calgary-Narita Flights; Delay Vancouver-Haneda Launch. Air Canada is boosting its Calgary-Tokyo non-stop flights in response to strong demand after introducing the new route last summer. The airline will increase its existing schedule to five weekly flights from three effective 26 March 2011, as it takes steps towards continuing the non-stop service on a year-ro
- 103. Qatar Airways launches Flights to Tokyo, Japan
Qatar Airways launches Flights to Tokyo, Japan. Qatar Airways has launched flights to Tokyo, Japan. The addition of Tokyo marks the airline’s 89th international destination and second in Japan, as the carrier already flies to Osaka. The launch of the new Tokyo flights comes ahead of Japan’s Golden Week holiday season.
- 104. Finnair to launch Cargo Flights to Seoul and Hong Kong
Finnair to launch Cargo Flights to Seoul and Hong Kong. Finnair is to begin its own cargo flights on Seoul and Hong Kong routes in May. The flights will be operated using a Boeing MD-11 which was formerly used in Finnair's passenger traffic but which has now been converted into a cargo aircraft.
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