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33. SAS to Increase Flights Between Stockholm and Oslo to New York
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is responding to the increase in both leisure and business travel demand to the United States by increasing the number of flights between Stockholm and Oslo to New York. New York will be served with daily flights from Stockholm as well as with 4 flights per week from Oslo, in addition to existing daily flights from Copenhagen. Published by TravelNewsAsia
34. China Airlines Launches Non-Stop Flights Between Taipei and London Gatwick
China Airlines has launched non-stop flights between Taipei and London Gatwick. The airline will operate the new route four times per week with Airbus A350-900 aircraft. The launch of direct flights to Gatwick makes China Airlines the only airline in Taiwan to offer non-stop flights to London. EVA Air's London flights currently operate via Bangkok, Thailand.
35. Austrian Airlines Launches Flights Between Hong Kong and Vienna
Austrian Airlines has launched flights between Hong Kong and Vienna. Austrian Airlines will offer flights from Hong Kong to Vienna throughout the entire year with up to five flights per week, operated with Boeing 777 aircraft. The duration of flights from Hong Kong to Vienna, at a distance of more than 8,700 km, is 12 hours and 30 minutes.
36. Cebu Pacific to Launch Manila - Hanoi Flights
Cebu Pacific is to launch twice weekly flights between Manila and Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, on 17 March 2012. Flights for this route are scheduled to depart Manila at 22:30 every Tuesday and Saturday, arriving in Hanoi at 00:30. Return flights will leave Hanoi at 01:00 every Wednesday and Sunday, and arrive in Manila at 05:00. CEB also operates daily flights between Manil
37. AirAsia X to launch Flights to Chengdu
AirAsia X to launch Flights to Chengdu. AirAsia is to launch flights between Kuala Lumpur and Chengdu, China. The flights, which will commence on 20 October 2009 with four direct flights per week, will be operated by AirAsia X, the low cost long-haul airline affiliate of AirAsia.
38. AirAsia X to Increase Flights between Australia and KL
AirAsia X is to boost flights between Melbourne, Perth, the Gold Coast and Kuala Lumpur to meet increased demand over the Christmas - New Year period. Flights from Melbourne will increase by two services to 12 flights a week and Perth by an extra three services to 10 flights weekly.
39. Vietjet to Increase Flights Between Vietnam and South Korea
Vietjet has unveiled plans to increase the number of flights between Vietnam and South Korea. The airline will launch thrice weekly flights between Seoul (Incheon) and Can Tho, while the Seoul (Incheon) Da Lat flights will have four return flights per week. Scheduled to commence in January 2020, the flight time will be approximately 5 hours per leg for both routes.
40. Starwood Preferred Guest launches SPG Flights
Starwood Preferred Guest launches SPG Flights. Starwood Hotels & Resorts and its hotel loyalty program Starwood Preferred Guest, are taking their No Blackouts policy to new heights with the introduction of SPG Flights. SPG Flights lets members book flights on hundreds of domestic and international airlines with No Blackout dates. Members can simply search for and select their prefe

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