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- 1. BA CityFlyer to Recruit Pilots at Open Day in Birmingham
BA CityFlyer, a wholly owned subsidiary of British Airways, will visit Birmingham next week as part of a campaign to recruit new captains. The airline will hold an open day at the Hilton Metropole hotel at Birmingham NEC on Monday, 27 November seeking pilots to operate flights on its growing network.
- 2. Qantas CityFlyer Heads to Perth
Qantas CityFlyer Heads to Perth
- 3. Qantas Cityflyer Expands to Canberra
Qantas Cityflyer Expands to Canberra
- 4. British Airways to launch CityFlyer service between London City Airport and Dublin
British Airways to launch CityFlyer service between London City Airport and Dublin. British Airways is expanding its network at London City Airport with the launch of a new service to Dublin and increased frequency on some existing routes. The new three-a-day Dublin service will begin on June 1, providing an important air link between the two capital cities.
- 5. BA CityFlyer Launches Recruitment Drive for Experienced Pilots
British Airways has launched a campaign to recruit experienced pilots for its regional operations. The job opportunities have arisen with the growth of its London City schedule and increased regional flying from Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Stansted and Edinburgh airports this year.
- 6. Qantas to Launch Innovative Check-In Service
Qantas to Launch Innovative Check-In Service. The first stage of the Airport of the Future initiative will commence in Perth in mid-2010. Roll-out will then commence in Sydney towards the end of next year, Melbourne in early 2011 and remaining CityFlyer ports through the year.
- 7. Qantas makes Major Investment in Domestic New Zealand Market
Qantas makes Major Investment in Domestic New Zealand Market. Qantas has confirmed it is to implement a multi-million dollar investment in its New Zealand domestic product from November 2007. Product enhancements to be introduced over the coming months will be especially targeted to the business traveller.
- 8. Fiji Airways Launches Direct Flights to Tokyo, Japan
Fiji Airways has launched direct between Nadi International Airport in Fiji and Narita International Airport near Tokyo, Japan. Fiji Airways will operate the thrice weekly route on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
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