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1. Qatar Airways to Increase Dubai Flights
Effective 26 October 2014, Qatar Airways will increase the frequency of its flights on the very popular Doha – Dubai routes with additional daily flights to Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC). The extra flights will take the airline’s frequency to 14-flights-per-day to DXB and 4-flights-per-day to DWC.
2. Etihad Airways to Launch Airbus A380 Flights to Sydney, Australia
Etihad Airways has confirmed that it will launch Airbus A380 flights to Sydney, Australia, on 1 June 2015. The world’s largest commercial aircraft will initially operate Etihad Airways’ daily flights between Abu Dhabi and Sydney – EY454 (Abu Dhabi to Sydney) and EY455 (Sydney to Abu Dhabi) – replacing the Boeing 777-300 which the airline currently deploys on the route.
3. Air Astana to Launch Almaty - Dubai Flights
Air Astana has confirmed it will launch direct daily flights between Almaty and Dubai on 1 September 2014. The airline also operates flights, four days per week, from Astana to Abu Dhabi.
4. Tigerair to Launch Singapore - Jinan Flights
Tigerair Singapore is preparing to launch direct flights between Singapore and Jinan, capital of the Shandong province of China. From 16 September 2014, Tigerair will fly direct from Singapore Changi Airport to Jinan every Tuesday, while the return flight from Jinan to Singapore will operate every Wednesday.
5. Air Seychelles and Hong Kong Airlines to Codeshare on Bangkok and Abu Dhabi Routes
Air Seychelles and Hong Kong Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement. The deal will allow Air Seychelles to place its ‘HM’ code on Hong Kong Airlines’ flights between Hong Kong and the capital of Thailand, Bangkok. In return, Hong Kong Airlines will place its ‘HX’ code on Air Seychelles’ flights between the Seychelles and Hong Kong, as well as between Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi.
6. 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.
7. 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
8. 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

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