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57. Melbourne Airport Extends Contract with SITA
Melbourne Airport has extended its contract with SITA for flexible and passenger-friendly technology to ready the airport for forecast passenger growth. The technology is part of the airports multi-billion dollar pipeline of investment that will see it welcome almost 70 million passengers annually by 2038.
58. Ascott Appoints Brian Tan as Country General Manager - Thailand
Ascott has appointed Mr. Brian Tan as Country General Manager for Thailand. Brian will be responsible for overseeing the operations of Ascotts 11 operating properties in Thailand with 7 more under development, and drive the growth of the companys serviced residence business in the Kingdom.
59. Aerolineas Argentinas Takes Delivery of First Boeing 737 MAX in Latin America
Aerolneas Argentinas has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX airplane, the first MAX in Latin America. Aerolneas took delivery of the airplane, a MAX 8, in late November and flew the first commercial flight about a week later from Buenos Aires to Mendoza, becoming the first in the region to operate the new and improved 737 airplane.
60. Singapore Airlines and SilkAir Expand Codeshare Agreement with Scoot
Under the agreement, SIA will progressively add its SQ designator code while SilkAir will add its MI code to Scoot-operated flights between Singapore and more than 30 destinations served only by Scoot within the SIA Group.
61. Airbus Launches A400M Thousander Club
As the A400M transport fleet rapidly grows its number of flight-hours, Airbus has recognized the aircrew with most hours on the type by creating the A400M Thousander Club. The club is open to those crew members who have clocked up 1,000 A400M hours and includes pilots, loadmasters, mechanics and members of Airbus Flight Test.
62. Japan Airlines Invests US$10m in Boom Supersonic; Signs Pre-Order for 20 Aircraft
Japan Airlines has entered into a strategic partnership with Boom Supersonic to bring commercial supersonic travel to passengers. Boom is developing a new-generation supersonic aircraft which flies at Mach 2.2, and could cut flight times in half. Through this agreement, JAL will provide its knowledge and experience as an airline to support Boom in developing the aircraft.
63. Minor Hotels Group Expands Avani Brand to Gold Coast of Australia
Minor Hotels Group has expanded its Avani brand to the Gold Coast of Australia with the opening of the Avani Broadbeach Gold Coast Residences. Occupying a prime beachside address on Surf Parade, the Residences offer travellers an upscale hotel experience served in a private apartment with the choice of hinterland, ocean facing or premier sky-high ocean views.
64. Alaska Airlines Confirms Order for 23 Boeing 737-9 Airplanes
Alaska Airlines has completed an agreement for 23 Boeing 737-9 airplanes, with a further 15 as options. With this agreement, the carriers 737 MAX order book, including options and lease commitments, stands at 120 airplanes. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 6 April 2021.

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