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57. Langkawi to Become New Hub for AirAsia
The popular tourist destination of Langkawi in Malaysia is to become AirAsia's newest international hub. Langkawi was the airline’s first route to be operated in 2001 and it currently serves 3 routes from the island, with 98 flights weekly. There are currently five AirAsia hubs in Malaysia; namely Kuala Lumpur, Kuching, Johor Bahru, Penang and Kota Kinabalu. Langkawi will be AirAsi
58. Southern Cross Station - Melbourne’s new transport hub
Southern Cross Station - Melbourne’s new transport hub.
59. ACI selects GCAS as Training Hub for Middle East
ACI selects GCAS as Training Hub for Middle East. ACI has a number of developed courses related to operational and management training and executive education. Courses such as the Airport Management Professional Accreditation Programme (AMPAP) and the Airport Executive Leadership Programme (AELP) are course-based accreditation programmes for airport executives and, through this agr
60. Finnair's Direct Phuket and Krabi Flights to Strengthen Helsinki Airport's Hub Status
Helsinki Airport's position as a significant air traffic hub in Europe will further strengthen when Finnair commences direct flights to Phuket and Krabi in November and December. The new flights will mean that the number of regularly operated intercontinental destinations will be as high as 20. Of these, 15 are in Asia, 4 are in North America, and 1 is in the Middle East. The total
61. AirAsia to launch flights to Ipoh, Tawau, Kota Bharu and Sandakan from Johor Bahru hub
AirAsia to launch flights to Ipoh, Tawau, Kota Bharu and Sandakan from Johor Bahru hub.
62. Greater Accessibility for AirAsia's Disabled Passengers
Greater Accessibility for AirAsia's Disabled Passengers. Disabled guests traveling with AirAsia will now be able to fly with greater ease with the airline’s newly acquired ambulifts. The airline is placing one ambulift in its LCC Terminal hub (Kuala Lumpur) and another in its Kota Kinabalu hub. Previously, disabled travellers would need the assistance of AirAsia’s ground staff to p
63. CAAS Working to Strengthen Changi’s Role as Leading Aviation Hub
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) is rolling out more initiatives to bolster and grow Singapore as an air hub, amidst an increasingly competitive environment and limited manpower resources. A key thrust is increasing productivity significantly at Changi Airport. To drive transformative productivity improvements across various facets of Changi Airport’s operations, CA
64. Lion Group Plans to Make Island Close to Singapore a Major Hub
Lion Group has decided to make Batam, an island in Indonesia with very close proximity to Singapore, as its second major hub after Jakarta. The group in recent months has increased the number of domestic destinations it serves from Batam to 15 and aims to eventually serve 20 domestic destinations in Indonesia from Batam. Lion Air will, for example, be launching a daily non-stop ser

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