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- 97. ANA to Bring Super Dolphin Out of Retirement
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has announced that in July 2018 it will bring a Boeing 737-500 out of retirement. The non-operating yet fully functional jet, will be used as a dedicated maintenance training jet to help assure its maintenance technicians have the best tools for training and to ensure the highest level of quality maintenance.
- 98. Air New Zealand to Increase Dunedin Flights
Air New Zealand has announced that it will operate five additional return Airbus A320 services between Dunedin and Auckland per week from 29 October 2018. The new flights add around 70,000 seats annually to the route and increase seat capacity by close to 25%.
- 99. Ryanair Expands Partnership with Amazon Web Services
Ryanair, one of the world's largest airlines, has decided to move its infrastructure to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and close the vast majority of its datacenters over the next three years.
- 100. Thomas Cook Promotes Own Hotel Brands on Airbus A321s
This summer, Thomas Cook aircraft will fly the flag for two of the company’s own-brand hotels as part of the holiday company’s strategy to raise awareness of its hotel portfolio.
- 101. Ethiopian Airlines and Air Côte d'Ivoire to Codeshare
Ethiopian Airlines has entered into a codeshare agreement with Air Côte d'Ivoire. Under the new codeshare partnership, passengers originating from West African countries, especially from Lagos, Bamako, Cotonou, Accra and Lomé will board Air Côte d'Ivoire flights and enjoy fast and seamless connection to Newark on-board Ethiopian direct service to Newark via Abidjan.
- 102. 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.
- 103. 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.
- 104. 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.
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