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153. Braathens, ATR and Neste to Accelerate 100% SAF Certification
Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA), ATR and Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) producer Neste are working together to accelerate the certification of ATR aircraft flying with 100% Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel. The companies aim to show a demonstration flight in 2022, with one of Braathens Regional Airlines ATR aircraft flying with 100% SAF in one engine and 50% SAF in the other,
154. Boeing to Build MQ-25 Stingray Factory in Illinois, USA
Boeing has unveiled plans to build the U.S. Navys newest carrier-based aircraft at a new high-tech facility in Illinois. The new 300,000 square-foot facility at MidAmerica St. Louis Airport, scheduled for completion in 2024, will initially employ approximately 150 mechanics, engineers and support staff who will build the MQ-25 Stingray, the Navys first operational, carrier-based
155. Two EAM Appointments at Alma Resort in Cam Ranh, Vietnam
The Alma resort in Cam Ranh, Vietnam, has appointed Vu Thi Huong Giang as Executive Assistant Manager of F&B and Tran Quoc Dat as Executive Assistant Manager.
156. ICC Sydney Delegates Generated A$785 Million for New South Wales in First Year
According to a Deloitte Access Economics study, delegates attending events at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) generated A$785 million in direct expenditure for the State in its first year of operation.
157. ANA Warns of Change in Check-In Cut-Off Time
Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) has announced that the check-in cut-off time for international flights departing from Haneda Airport in Tokyo will be changed from 40 minutes to 60 minutes prior to departure, effective 27 October 2019.
158. Increased Security for Passengers Connecting to AU, NZ, UK and US Flights in Manila, Philippines
Philippine Airlines has informed passengers that they may be subject to additional security screening in Manila. The increased security has been implemented after the governments of Australia, New Zealand, UK and US stipulated that all connecting passengers bound for their countries must undergo additional security screening in Manila.
159. Austrian Airlines Reports Strong Increase in Passenger Volume
Over 1.5 million passengers flew with Austrian Airlines in July 2019, an increase of 5.7 percent on the same month last year. European flight traffic made a strong contribution to this result with a growth of 6.8 percent. Available seat kilometers (ASK) reached the same level as in 2018 while revenue passenger kilometers (RPK) climbed 1.4 percent.
160. AirAsia X to Launch Flights Between KL and Tokyo Narita, Japan
AirAsia X has unveiled plans to launch direct flights between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Narita Airport near Tokyo, Japan. The flights, subject to government approval, are scheduled to launch on 20 November 2019.

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