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33. Qatar Airways launches Flights to Melbourne
Qatar Airways launches Flights to Melbourne. Qatar Airways has launched flights between Doha and Melbourne. The new route signals the beginning of Qatar Airways’ operations to Australia, and adds another continent to the airline’s rapidly expanding global network. Melbourne becomes the airline’s 85th destination and fourth new route of 2009. The carrier plans to launch flights to S
34. United Airlines to operate Daily Non-Stop Flights between Melbourne and Los Angeles
United Airlines to operate Daily Non-Stop Flights between Melbourne and Los Angeles. United Airlines is to operate a daily non-stop flight from Melbourne to Los Angeles to cater for increased demand over the Christmas period. This service will be in addition to the current daily services from Sydney to Los Angeles and Sydney to San Francisco. The Melbourne to Los Angeles non-stop s
35. Jetstar to launch Singapore - Melbourne / Auckland Flights
Jetstar to launch Singapore - Melbourne / Auckland Flights. Jetstar is to launch long-haul two-class A330-200 services from Changi Airport in Singapore direct to Melbourne and Auckland. Subject to regulatory approvals the airline is planning to launch daily direct Singapore - Melbourne return flights from 16 December 2010, and daily direct Singapore - Auckland return services from
36. Pan Pacific Acquires Hilton Melbourne Airport Hotel in Australia
Pan Pacific Acquires Hilton Melbourne Airport Hotel in Australia. Pan Pacific Hotels Group has entered into a conditional sale and purchase agreement to acquire the Hilton Melbourne Airport hotel in Australia. Currently owned by Mulpha Australia Limited and managed by Hilton Hotels & Resorts, the Hilton Melbourne Airport hotel is the only airport hotel in Australia that enjoys dire
37. Air Mauritius Flight Returns to Melbourne After "Suspicious" Item Found On Board
On Wednesday, Air Mauritius flight MK 943 left Melbourne Tullamarine airport at 13:35 (local Melbourne time) with 181 passengers and 13 crew members on board. Shortly after takeoff, the captain was informed of a suspicious item on board, and in accordance with safety procedures, he took the decision to return to Melbourne. The aircraft landed safely at 14:55 (local time).
38. Etihad Airways to launch Flights to Melbourne in 2009
Etihad Airways to launch Flights to Melbourne in 2009. Etihad Airways is to launch non-stop daily services from its Abu Dhabi home-base to Melbourne, Australia from March 2009. Melbourne, which has a population of nearly four million people and is the capital of the Australian state of Victoria, will become the third destination in the country to be served by Etihad.
39. Hertz Signs Agreement to Acquire Melbourne’s Flexicar
Hertz Signs Agreement to Acquire Melbourne’s Flexicar. Hertz has signed an agreement to acquire the Australian car sharing company, Flexicar. Headquartered in Melbourne, Flexicar provides car sharing services to members throughout Melbourne and Sydney. The company will be integrated into Connect by Hertz car sharing following closing, which is scheduled for 1 December 2010.
40. Qantas A380 to Visit Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth
Qantas A380 to Visit Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Following the arrival of Qantas' first Airbus A380, the airline is to commence a program of pilot training flights today that will take the aircraft to Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. The aircraft will also undertake promotional flights in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

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