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89. Air Canada to Resume Brussels Flights on 7 April 2016
With the re-opening of Brussels Airport, Air Canada has confirmed that it will resume regular daily flights between Montreal and Brussels effective 7 April, and between Belgium and Canada on 8 April 2016. Air Canada's rebooking policy remains in place for customers who purchased an Air Canada ticket no later than 22 March 2016 and whose itinerary includes a flight to, from or via B
90. Travelport Acquires Galileo Japan
Travelport has expanded its interests in Japan with the purchase of Galileo Japan, a company which was previously owned by a consortium of airlines. The Galileo Japan acquisition means that Travelport can now establish a new, consolidated Travelport Japan entity in the country. Whilst still offering its customers a choice of the Apollo or Worldspan platforms, the extended operation
91. Thai AirAsia Launches 3 Million-Seat Promotion
Thai AirAsia and Thai AirAsia X have launched a promotion offering 3 million seats from a THB 0 base fare. The THB 0 base fare promotion means that travellers need only pay the applicable taxes and fees. The promotion is available for booking from today (7 March) to 13 March 2016 for travel between 1 October 2016 and 22 May 2017.
92. Korean Air to Launch Seoul - Okinawa Flights
Korean Air is to launch flights between Incheon International Airport in Seoul and Okinawa, Japans southernmost prefecture. Korean Air will launch daily flights on the Incheon-Okinawa route on 5 May 2016, utilizing Boeing 777-200 aircraft seating 248 passengers.
93. CWT Appoints Andrew Jordan as Chief Technology Officer
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) has appointed Andrew Jordan as Chief Technology Officer. Reporting to Douglas Anderson, CWTs president & CEO, Jordan is a member of CWTs global executive team and will be based in CWTs Canary Wharf office in London.
94. Bangkok Airways to Expand Services
Bangkok Airways is expanding its route network. The new flights includes Bangkok-Krabi (twice daily starting 31 March) and Bangkok-Mandalay (4 weekly flights starting 16 September). Both destinations are already open for booking. Additional services will be in place for Bangkok-Trat (3 daily flight) and Bangkok-Male (5 weekly flights starting 31 March). Moreover, all flights served
95. Travel Industry Podcasts - TravelNewsAsia.com
Exclusive travel industry and aviation-related podcasts from TravelNewsAsia.com Each of the podcasts are taken from the exclusive HD video interviews that TravelNewsAsia.com does with VIPs from within the travel and aviation industries. Not everybody has the time to watch a 15 or 20-minute in-depth interview in video format. Not only does video drain your mobile's battery a lot fas
96. Laos Opens Remote Wartime 'Cave City' to Visitors
Laos Opens Wartime 'Cave City' to Visitors. Between 1964 and 1973 Laos became caught up in a secret war that remains largely ignored in world history. Up to 480 caves in Viengxay district in Houaphanh province were transformed into a de facto cave city. The caves were used to house leaders and fighters of the Phathet Lao army. Many caves had specialist functions such as hospital, s

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