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- 73. Continental Airlines to launch 787 Service between Houston and Auckland
Continental Airlines to launch 787 Service between Houston and Auckland. Continental Airlines is taking another major step in the development of its Houston hub with plans to begin nonstop Boeing 787 flights to Auckland, New Zealand on 16 November 2011, subject to government approval.
- 74. The New Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and Changi Airport Group
The New Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and Changi Airport Group. The new Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Changi Airport Group celebrated their launch this week. The two entities, formed from the corporatisation of Changiís airport operations and restructuring of CAAS, will work together to further develop Singapore as a leading air hub and a global city.
- 75. Schiphol Telematics Offers Airlines New Global WiFi Service @ Amsterdam Airport
Schiphol Telematics (ST), the telecom provider operating at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, is offering airlines the ability to connect to a new generation of WiFi services which operate globally. The airport serves more than a hundred scheduled airlines transporting more than 49 million passengers a year and ST is connecting its extensive WiFi network to SITA Airport Hub Wireless infr
- 76. AirAsia to increase Frequency on Kuching - Macau Flights
AirAsia to increase Frequency on Kuching - Macau Flights. With a vision to develop its Kuching hub in East Malaysia, AirAsia is enhancing its Kuching - Macau route frequency to daily flights, starting from 15 May 2008. The route will be serviced by the airlineís new 180-seater Airbus A320 aircraft.
- 77. United Airlines Launches LAX-MEL, SFO-HND, GUM-ICN and GUM-PVG
On Sunday, United Airlines launched nonstop flights between Los Angeles and Melbourne, Australia, and between San Francisco and Tokyoís Haneda Airport. Today, the airline will also launch flights between its Guam hub and Seoul, South Korea, while on Tuesday United will launch flights between Guam and Shanghai.
- 78. Thai AirAsia X Obtains AOC; Appoints CEO
Thai AirAsia X has received its Air Operatorís Certificate from the Department of Civil Aviation of Thailand. The Air Operatorís Certificate allows Thai AirAsia X to proceed with its application for operating permits and slots to its intended international routes. The commencement date of commercial operations and the official launch of its hub in Bangkok is only expected to be ann
- 79. United Airlines to Launch Flights Between Denver and Panama
United Airlines is, subject to government approval, to launch nonstop flights between its hub at Denver International Airport and Panama City on 3 December 2014. The new service will operate daily November through August and five times weekly in September and October, offering Denver-area travelers direct access to the Panamanian capital and connections to several additional cities
- 80. Star Alliance, Air China and Beijing Capital Int. Airport Sign MOU
Star Alliance, Air China and Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) have signed a MOU aimed at further establishing Beijing Capital International Airport as a leading hub and transfer airport, as well as to significantly enhance the overall customer experience.
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