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33. Bombardier Concludes Sale of Q Series Aircraft Program
Bombardier has concluded the sale of its Q Series aircraft program assets to De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited (formerly Longview Aircraft Company of Canada Limited), an affiliate of Longview Aviation Capital Corp., for gross proceeds of approximately $300 million.
34. Phil Donnelly Joins Travelport as Chief People Officer
Travelport has appointed Phil Donnelly as Chief People Officer. Phil joined the company on Monday and will be based in Travelports global headquarters in Langley, Berkshire, England.
35. British Airways Resumes Flights to Islamabad, Pakistan
British Airways has resumed flights to Islamabad, Pakistan after an absence of 10 years. British Airways will operate thrice weekly flights between Islamabad and London Heathrow on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
36. Wheels Up Expands Fleet with Travel Management Company Acquisition
Wheels Up, a membership-based private aviation company, has acquired Travel Management Company (TMC), one of the largest wholesale-focused light jet operators in the U.S. TMC operates an owned and leased fleet of Hawker 400XP aircraft in North America.
37. Star Alliance Renews Agreement with IATA on Timatic AutoCheck Solution
Star Alliance has renewed its collaboration with IATA on traveller document verification. The two organisations signed an agreement in Seoul confirming that IATAs Timatic AutoCheck solution will continue to power Automated Document Check (ADC) for Star Alliance member carriers.
38. Thai Smile to Join Star Alliance as a Connecting Partner
Thai Smile Airways is to join Star Alliance as a Connecting Partner. Thai Smile will add 11 new destinations to the Star Alliance network, which already comprises over 1,300 airports in 194 countries.
39. Korean Air Awarded IATA's CEIV Pharma Certification
Korean Air has been awarded the IATA Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) Pharma certification. IATA's 'CEIV Pharma' is an international standard that indicates an airlines capability to manage pharmaceuticals, including the handling procedure, equipment and facilities. More than 280 check lists are evaluated by validator to authorize the certification.
40. IATA Passes Five Resolutions at AGM
Five resolutions were passed at IATA's 75th Annual General Meeting in Seoul, South Korea covering the environment, slots, baggage tracking, biometrics and disabled passengers.

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