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- 73. Italian Airline Air One orders 24 Airbus A350s and A330s plus 20 Options
Italian Airline Air One orders 24 Airbus A350s and A330s plus 20 Options. The fast-growing Italian airline, Air One, has signed a firm order with Airbus for 12 A350-800s, plus 12 options, and 12 A330-200s, plus eight options. The Rome based airline will use these aircraft to develop a comprehensive long-haul route network, which will complement Air One's extensive domestic and Euro
- 74. Etihad Airways and Air Malta Expand Codeshare Agreement
Air Malta and Etihad Airways have expanded their codeshare agreement to provide travellers with improved connections between Europe, the GCC region and Australia. The two airlines extended their partnership to coincide with the launch this week of Etihad Airways’ service between Abu Dhabi and Rome. Air Malta is placing its ‘KM’ code and flight number on the new route, while Etihad
- 75. SITA’s Baggage Management Technology Saving Airlines Millions @ Aeroporti di Roma
SITA, the IT company which provides Aeroporti di Roma with advanced baggage technology, says it has helped airlines using Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport Rome, Italy’s largest airport and the main hub for Alitalia, to save an estimated US$36 million.
- 76. Air China Expands its Baggage Through Check-In Service
Air China passengers who travel from London, Paris, Dusseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt, Rome, Milan, Stockholm, Vancouver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Geneva transferring to other Chinese cities via Beijing Capital International Airport can now have their baggage checked all the way through to their final destination at the airport of origin.
- 77. Austrian Airlines celebrates 50th Anniversary
Austrian Airlines celebrates 50th Anniversary. 50 years ago – on the 31st of March 1958 – Austrian Airlines took off for its first flight with a Vickers Viscount 779 from Vienna to London. After this maiden flight further scheduled services to Frankfurt, Zurich, Stuttgart, Paris, Rome and Warsaw were launched in the first year of operations of which Warsaw was the first Eastern Eur
- 78. Strike: Finnair Hoping to Add New Routes on Friday
Finnair Hoping to Add New Routes on Friday. During the Finnair cabin crew strike, Finnair says it has been able to carry 40% of its normal amount of passengers and operate around 30% of its flights. In addition to other routes, Finnair expects to fly to Milan, Rome, Hamburg and Amsterdam from Friday.
- 79. Martin Fabiano appointed Resort Manager of X2 Kui Buri and Le Bayburi De Pran
Martin Fabiano appointed Resort Manager of X2 Kui Buri and Le Bayburi De Pran. Astudo Hotel & Resort Management has appointed Martin Fabiano as Resort Manager of the X2 Kui Buri and Le Bayburi De Pran. Martin, a Canadian national has been working in key positions for several leading hotel chains for years. Before joining Astudo Hotel & Resort Management, he worked at Rome Marriott
- 80. 2008 Passenger Volume at Munich Airport Tops 34.5 million
2008 Passenger Volume at Munich Airport Tops 34.5 million. With this result, Munich held on to seventh place among Europe's top ten airports, and also posted the second-highest growth rate, just behind Rome. In the global rankings Munich gained ground for the third consecutive year, advancing from 28th to 27th place. By comparison: When the airport first opened in 1992, Munich was
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