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105. Qatar Airways to Launch Flights to Melbourne on 6 December 2009
Qatar Airways to Launch Flights to Melbourne on 6 December 2009. Qatar Airways is to launch flights to Melbourne, its first destination in Australia, on 6 December 2009. The Doha-based airline will begin operating three weekly services using a brand new Boeing 777-200 Long Range aircraft to be delivered to the airline later this year.
106. AirAsia to Increase Melbourne - KL Flights; Fares from A$119
AirAsia to Increase Melbourne - KL Flights; Fares from A$119. AirAsia is boosting its services between Kuala Lumpur and Melbourne by offering two return flights daily on the popular route. From 2 February 2010, AirAsia will offer 14 flights per week to KL in response to increased passenger demand.
107. Qantas to Open New Airport Meeting Rooms in Sydney and Melbourne
Qantas to Open New Airport Meeting Rooms in Sydney and Melbourne. Qantas is to open new, dedicated meeting rooms within its domestic terminals in Sydney on 25 February and in Melbourne on 17 March.
108. Qantas inaugurates Melbourne - Los Angeles A380 Service
Qantas inaugurates Melbourne - Los Angeles A380 Service. Qantas has become the first airline to operate commercial Airbus A380 flights between Australia and the US West Coast. Qantas will follow its Melbourne-Los Angeles inaugural A380 service with its first Sydney-Los Angeles service on Friday, 24 October. The Qantas A380 is configured with 450 seats in four cabins - 14 in First C
109. Macau to Target MICE at AIME 2010 in Melbourne
Macau to Target MICE at AIME 2010 in Melbourne. The Macau Government Tourist Office has expanded its presence at this years AIME trade show in Melbourne, as it intensifies its drive to secure Australian meetings, conventions and incentive business generated by the nations recovering economy. The tourist office has purchased 120 square metres of exhibition space at AIME a 33% in
110. Tiger Airways to Suspend Flights between Darwin - Singapore; Darwin - Melbourne
Tiger Airways to Suspend Flights between Darwin and Singapore; Darwin - Melbourne. As a result of the problems caused by high oil prices, and the costs involved with operating to Darwin Airport, Tiger Airways has confirmed it is to suspend services between Darwin and Singapore, and between Darwin and Melbourne, from 26 October 2008.
111. ExecuJet Australasia Expanding Facilities @ Melbourne Essendon Airport
ExecuJet Australasia Expanding Facilities @ Melbourne Essendon Airport. ExecuJet Australasia is expanding its existing maintenance facility at Essendon Airport in Melbourne, Australia. The current facility occupies a private hangar spanning over 2700m in a secure hangar precinct at the airport, the additional facility will add a further 755m for a Fixed Base Operation (FBO), with
112. Tiger Airways to increase Adelaide - Melbourne and Singapore - Macau Flights
Tiger Airways to increase Adelaide - Melbourne and Singapore - Macau Flights. Tiger Airways is to increase capacity to 40 flights a week between Melbourne and Adelaide by March next year. Travellers will then have the choice of up to 6 flights a day. The new capacity will be progressively introduced from 15 December 2008 through to 1 March 2009.

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