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1. Airbus Helicopters Completes First Full-Scale Testing of CityAirbus Propulsion System
Airbus Helicopters has completed the first full-scale testing for the propulsion system of the CityAirbus demonstrator – a multi-passenger, self-piloted electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicle designed for urban air mobility.
2. VLM Airlines to Launch Flights Between Antwerp and London City Airport
VLM Airlines is to launch flights between Antwerp Airport and London City Airport. Antwerp and London have been linked with a direct flight since 1993, first by VLM Airlines (from 1993 until 2008) then Cityjet. Earlier this month Cityjet announced that it is to end its activities on the route with effect from 27 October 2017.
3. Anantara Vacation Club Opens Preview Centre in Hua Hin, Thailand
Anantara Vacation Club has opened a preview centre at the Anantara Hua Hin Resort. The centre will showcase the benefits of becoming a Club Points Owner and having access to a world of experiences and memories.
4. Thai Airways and Thai Smile to Operate Additional Domestic Flights for Royal Cremation Ceremony
Thai Airways and Thai Smile have increased select domestic flights so that mourners across the Kingdom of Thailand can more easily participate in His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s royal cremation ceremony.
5. Qatar Airways Extends Pre-Select Dining Service to More Flights
Qatar Airways has extended its new Pre-Select Dining service to even more First and Business Class passengers, making it available to those flying long-haul to Africa and Asia. Previously the service was only available on flights to Europe, the Americas and Australasia.
6. Air New Zealand Trials In-Flight Wi-Fi
Air New Zealand has installed in-flight Wi-Fi on one of its long-haul Boeing 777-300 aircraft. The airline plans to roll out Wi-Fi capability across its international jet fleet, beginning with the 777-300 fleet. Further Wi-Fi enabled aircraft are expected to become available progressively over the next couple of months.
7. SilkAir to Take Over Scoot’s Yangon Flights
SilkAir is to take over Scoot’s five-times-weekly services to Yangon, Myanmar from 29 October 2017. SilkAir already operates 10 non-stop flights a week to Yangon and three services a week via Mandalay in Myanmar. With the transfer of Scoot’s Yangon services, SilkAir will boost its Yangon operations to 15 non-stop services a week. Parent company Singapore Airlines also operates dail
8. SilkAir Takes Delivery of First Boeing 737 MAX 8 Aircraft
SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, has taken delivery of the first of 37 Boeing 737 MAX 8s ordered. The MAX 8 aircraft features an enhanced Business Class, with a new seat configuration of 156 seats – 12 Business Class seats and 144 Economy Class seats.

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