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217. China Airlines to Launch Gatwick Flights 1 Dec; Airline Hasn't Given Up On Heathrow Slots - Inte
Exclusive HD video interview with Steve Chang, Senior Vice President of China Airlines. We discuss the upcoming launch of flights to London Gatwick on 1 December, why the airline has chosen London Gatwick rather than London Heathrow where it used to fly from between March 2010 and March 2012, and whether China Airlines has given up on operating from London Heathrow altogether.
218. Korean Air - Exclusive HD Video Interview with Three Senior Executives
Exclusive interview with three of the top executives at Korean Air. In this interview, filmed at Korean Air's headquarters at Gimpo International Airport on 16 October 2018, Steven Howard asks Mr. Keehong Woo - Executive Vice President, Mr. Sam Noh, Senior Vice President & Head of Cargo Business Division and Mr. Bo-Young (Daniel) Song, Managing Vice President Passenger Network & Sa
219. Sabre and HPE to Expand Next Generation Technology Infrastructure, Software and Services
Sabre has signed a multi-year renewal of its long-standing relationship with Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Under the agreement, Hewlett Packard Enterprise will provide virtualization, automation and security services, hardware and software to support faster product development and extend Sabres position as a leading technology provider to the global travel industry.
220. Intelsat 29e Satellite Begins New Constellation
The first of six Boeing-built Intelsat EpicNG satellites for Intelsat has launched successfully from French Guiana aboard an Ariane 5 rocket. The Intelsat EpicNG satellites offer the most advanced digital payload available commercially and allow connectivity in any bandwidth increment from any beam to any beam. For example, a satellite beam serving a particular region can be digita
221. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 30.7 Million Int. Passengers in October 2019
A combined 30.7 million international passengers were carried by the region's airlines in October, 3.1% more than the same month last year. Demand in revenue passenger kilometre (RPK) terms climbed 3.5% higher, reflecting the relative strength of long haul markets. After accounting for a 2.2% expansion in available seat capacity, the average international passenger load factor rose
222. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 220 Million International Passengers in 2013
Asia Pacific airlines carried a combined total of 220 million international passengers in 2013, 12 million more than in the previous year, representing 6.0% growth. Regional economic growth remained a positive driver of increases in business and leisure travel demand, coupled with improving business and consumer confidence in the major developed markets. Reflecting comparatively st
223. Gulf Air Orders More Airbus Aircraft
Bahrains national carrier, Gulf Air has placed a firm order with Airbus for 29 A320neo Family aircraft. The new order includes 17 A321neo and 12 A320neo of which 10 A320neo were signed in 2012.
224. Air Vanuatu Takes Delivery of Boeing 737-800
Air Vanuatu has taken delivery of a Boeing Next Generation 737 from Air Lease Corporation (ALC). Air Vanuatu operates to Australia, New Zealand and destinations in the South Pacific.

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