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49. Singapore Airlines to Operate Additional Flights to / from Europe
Singapore Airlines to Operate Additional Flights to / from Europe. Singapore Airlines is mounting additional flights over the coming days to help clear the backlog of customers affected by the recent closure of European airspace. The following is a list of additional flights and their respective departure details. These flight details may be subject to change, so it is always best
50. LAN Launches Temporary Schedule for Australia - Chile Flights
LAN Airlines has confirmed a temporary flight schedule between Australia and Chile until next Monday, 27 June, in response to continuing uncertainty about volcanic ash cloud in New Zealand airspace. From now until Monday, 27 June, LAN will suspend flight LA 800, its daily Sydney-Auckland-Santiago service.
51. Airbus Corporate Jets Unveils Cabin Design - Harmony
Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) has created a new cabin design concept, called Harmony. Harmony seamlessly combines the benefits of Airbus Corporate Jets VIP widebodies such as comfort, space and quietness - to produce a consistently harmonious customer experience. It builds on the Airspace cabin brand from the Airbus airliner family.
52. Corsair Takes Delivery of First A330-900 Aircraft
Corsair has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330-900, on lease from Avolon. The aircraft features 352 seats in a three-class layout. The Airspace cabin boasts a passenger in-flight entertainment (IFE) system and full WiFi connectivity throughout the aircraft. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 31 March 2021.
53. Volcanic Ash Causes Flight Delays / Cancellations
Flights in and out of airports in Scotland have been disrupted, as ash from a volcanic eruption in Iceland moves closer to the UK with concerns it could spread further south, once again affecting some of the busiest airports in the world, and even the European continent.
54. DSNA and IATA to Cooperate on French Air Traffic Management Strategy
DSNA, the French Air Navigation Service provider (Direction des Services de la Navigation Arienne), and IATA have agreed to cooperate on the development of a French Air Traffic Management (ATM) Strategy (FAS). In 2016, DSNA was the first European ANSP to cross the symbolic threshold of 3 million safely controlled flights.
55. EmbraerX and Airservices Australia Publish CONOPS for Urban Air Mobility
EmbraerX and Australias civil air navigation service provider, Airservices, have developed a new concept of operations (CONOPS) for the air taxi market, also known as urban air mobility (UAM). Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 2 December 2020.
56. Volcanic Ash / Flight Delays - Updates
Live Updates on Volcanic Ash / Flight Delays - Updates. The volcanic ash plume that has been blown over much of northern Europe from Iceland, has caused hardship to millions, if not billions, of people around the world. Whether they are stranded at an airport trying to get home, awaiting clients that are now highly unlikely to show or trying to import / export goods from overseas,

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