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1. American Airlines and JAL Add Direct Tokyo - Las Vegas Flights for CES 2020
American Airlines and Japan Airlines (JAL) have confirmed that they will support the high demand for CES 2020 with additional direct flights between Tokyo (NRT) and Las Vegas (LAS). American will also add nonstop flights from Austin, Texas (AUS), and San Jose, California (SJC), and upgauge existing flights from Philadelphia (PHL) and Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) to LAS surrounding the m
2. Qatar Airways to Launch Flights to Gaborone, Botswana in October
Qatar Airways has unveiled plans to launch flights to Gaborone, Botswana, starting 27 October 2019. The capital and largest city of Botswana will be the airlineís first destination in the African country. The three-times weekly flights will be operated by an Airbus A350-900 aircraft, featuring 36 seats in Business Class and 247 seats in Economy Class.
3. Bangkok Airways to Launch New Flights; Increase Frequency on Select Routes
Bangkok Airways has confirmed it will soon launch new flights and add frequency to its regional and domestic routes. The new flights include Chiang Mai-Mandalay (3 flights per week), Chiang Mai-Yangon (4 flights per week), Chiang Mai-Udon Thani (2 flights per day) and Chiang Mai-Phuket (daily flight). The new flights will commence on 26 October 2014 and are already open for booking
4. AirAsia to increase Flights to Ho Chi Minh; Promotional Fares from RM 49 / THB 699
AirAsia to increase Flights to Ho Chi Minh; Promotional Fares from RM 49 / THB 699. AirAsia is increasing its number of flights to Ho Chi Minh City from its hubs in Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. Effective from 26 October 2008, flights from Kuala Lumpur will increase from 7 to 11 flights weekly, while Bangkok flights will go daily from 4 to 7 flights weekly.
5. Gulf Air to Increase Flights to Amman, Bangkok and Beirut
Gulf Air is to launch additional flights between Bahrain and Amman, Beirut and Bangkok, as part of its Summer 2014 schedule. Gulf Air flights to the Jordanian capital will increase to 17 flights per week as of 20 July while flights to Beirut and Bangkok will increase to 9 flights per week and 7 flights per week, respectively, as of 25 July. The summer schedule for Amman will be eff
6. Cathay Pacific Suspends Select Japan Flights
Cathay Pacific Suspends Select Flights to Japan. At present, Cathay Pacific operates seven daily services to and from Tokyo. After the planned suspension of the above flights, the airline will operate four daily flights from Hong Kong to Tokyo and five daily flights from Tokyo; four daily flights to Osaka and three daily services from Osaka; and two flights daily to and from Nagoya
7. China Airlines launches Charter Flights to Hangzhou and Shenzhen
China Airlines and Mandarin Airlines launch Charter Flights to Hangzhou and Shenzhen. China Airlines and its subsidiary, Mandarin Airlines, today launch new flights to Hangzhou and Shenzhen. From today, 15 December, CAL and MDA will have daily flights from Taoyuan to Shanghai; 3 flights each week from Taoyuan to Beijing; 2 flights each week from Taoyuan to Guangzhou; 2 flights each
8. Aer Lingus to Increase Flights between Ireland and the USA
Aer Lingus to Increase Flights between Ireland and the USA. From the end of October, Aer Lingus will operate double daily flights from Dublin to New York, daily flights from Dublin to Boston, four flights a week from Dublin to both Washington and San Francisco and three flights a week from Dublin to Los Angeles and Orlando. From Shannon the airline will operate daily direct flights

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