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- 1. Philippine Airlines Takes Delivery of World’s First Dual-Class, 86-Seat Turboprop Aircraft
Bombardier has delivered the world’s first dual-class, 86-seat turboprop aircraft to Philippine Airlines. Philippine Airlines’ new Q400 aircraft is configured with 86 seats in economy and premium economy classes with a 29-inch and 33-inch seat pitch respectively. The aircraft is scheduled to enter into service in two weeks.
- 2. Taiwan’s Mandarin Airlines Orders 6 ATR 72-600s
Mandarin Airlines, a regional subsidiary of Taiwan’s flag carrier China Airlines, has ordered six ATR 72-600s, valued at around US$ 160 million at list prices. The 70-seat aircraft will operate within Taiwan’s domestic network.
- 3. Etihad Airways Expands Codeshare with Brussels Airlines
Etihad Airways Expands Codeshare with Brussels Airlines. Etihad currently has 14 other codeshare agreements with Aer Arann, Bangkok Airways, Brussels Airlines, Jet Airways, Kuwait Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Middle East Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, Royal Air Maroc, Saudi Arabia Airlines, Sri Lankan Airlines, Yemen Airways and UK-based airline, bmi.
- 4. United Airlines Appoints Terri Fariello as Senior Vice President Government Affairs
United Airlines has appointed Terri Fariello as Senior Vice President, Government Affairs. Based in Washington, D.C., she will lead the company’s federal, state and local government engagement.
- 5. Singapore Airlines Cuts Over Interline E-Ticketing with Malaysia Airlines
Singapore Airlines Cuts Over Interline E-Ticketing with Malaysia Airlines. Singapore Airlines has successfully rolled out Interline Electronic Ticketing (eTicketing) with Malaysia Airlines. This cutover represents firm advancements towards Malaysia Airlines’ RM 400 million Passenger Services System rollout to upgrade all IT infrastructure to facilitate the airlines’ move to the Int
- 6. China Southern Airlines and Malaysia Airlines sign Codeshare Agreement
China Southern Airlines and Malaysia Airlines sign Codeshare Agreement. China Southern Airlines and Malaysia Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement, giving customers more choices and seamless travel to destinations served by the two airlines. Starting today, customers of the two airlines will be able to benefit from 35 weekly flights between Kuala Lumpur and Guangzhou, Shanghai
- 7. Abacus hails Chinese Carrier Conference a Success
Abacus hails Chinese Carrier Conference a Success. Senior executives from the nine mainland based Chinese carriers - Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Shandong Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Sichuan Airlines and Xiamen Airlines met last month to exchange notes on industry developments and explore new business opportunities
- 8. Continental Airlines, United Airlines and Eight Star Alliance Members ask U.S. DOT for Antitrust
Continental Airlines, United Airlines and Eight Star Alliance Members ask U.S. DOT for Antitrust Immunity. Continental Airlines, United Airlines and eight other Star Alliance member airlines have filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for Continental to join the group of nine carriers that already hold antitrust immunity. Approval by the DOT would ena
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