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- 1. Tiger Airways Enhances Payment Options in Malaysia; Launches Sin$0.09 Promotion
Tiger Airways Enhances Payment Options in Malaysia; Launches Sin$0.09 Promotion. Payment for Tiger Airways flights between Malaysia and Singapore can now be made using e-pay at the 4,000 Petronas kiosks across Malaysia. Over the next few months, this payment option will be rolled out to the remaining 10,000 e-pay outlets in convenience stores, pharmacies, and other retail outlets.
- 2. Ryanair Adjusts Optional Checked-In Bag Fees
Ryanair Adjusts Optional Checked-In Bag Fees. Ryanair has confirmed that its optional checked-in bag fees will return to €15 (per bag) and €25 (for heavy bags) for travel from 1 September 2010 onwards on all routes except international routes to/from the Canary Islands, which will remain at €20 (per bag) and €30 (heavy bag).
- 3. Delta Launches Social Media Ticket Window
Delta Launches Social Media Ticket Window. Delta's Ticket Window allows any of Facebook's 500 million users to complete a full travel booking using a dedicated tab without navigating to delta.com. Delta plans to expand its Ticket Window to other sites, including online banner ads to allow full booking capabilities within the airline's advertisements.
- 4. Aston Opens First Quest Hotel in Semarang, Indonesia
Aston Opens First Quest Hotel in Semarang, Indonesia. Aston has opened its first 3-star Quest Hotel in the central Javanese City of Semarang. Located in Semarang’s bustling Simpang Lima area, the Quest Semarang offers 155 rooms and suites, state of the art meeting facilities and a grand ballroom that suitable for large conferences or weddings. It is within minutes from Ahmad Yani a
- 5. Garuda Indonesia to Launch Jakarta - Tokyo Flights
Garuda Indonesia to Launch Jakarta - Tokyo Flights. Garuda Indonesia will launch direct flights between Jakarta and Tokyo at the end of August. From 31 August 2010, GA 884 flying Jakarta - Tokyo will depart at 23.50 to arrive in Tokyo at 09.00. The return flight, GA 885, will leave Tokyo at 12.00 to arrive in Jakarta at 17.45. The new service uses Airbus 330-200 that has a capacity
- 6. Hainan Airlines to launch Singapore Flights
Hainan Airlines to launch Singapore Flights. Hainan Airlines will become the sixth Chinese airline to fly to Changi Airport in Singapore when it launches flights to Changi’s Terminal 2 on 29 August 2010. Hainan Airlines will operate four weekly flights with Boeing 737-800 aircraft connecting Singapore (SIN) to Hefei (HFE) and onwards to Dalian (DLC).
- 7. Air Arabia Reports Q2 2010 Profit
Air Arabia Reports Q2 2010 Profit. Air Arabia’s net profit for the three months ending 30 June 2010, stood at AED 50 million, a decline of 44% compared to AED 90 million in the corresponding period in 2009. In the second quarter of this year, Air Arabia posted a turnover of AED 485 million, an increase of 6 per cent compared to AED 458 million in the same period of 2009.
- 8. India’s Jet Airways Reports July 2010 Traffic
India’s Jet Airways Reports July 2010 Traffic. Capitalizing on the improvement in global business and holiday passenger traffic to overseas destinations, India’s Jet Airways has achieved impressive seat factors of over 83.1% for its international operations. The airline clocked a strong 27.8% growth in international revenue passengers which stood at 3.89 lakh in July 2010 as compar
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