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9. AirAsia X to Increase Flights to Australia
AirAsia X is to increase its current flights to Sydney and Melbourne from 12 weekly flights and Perth from its current 9 weekly flights to 14 flights a week. The double daily flights from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne will start on 1 October 2013; and to Sydney and Perth on 25 November 2013 effectively.
10. AirAsia X and Thai AirAsia X to Launch New Flights to Japan
AirAsia X Berhad is to launch 4 times weekly flights to Narita. Thai AirAsia X, Thailands first low-fare, long-haul carrier, will also launch flights from Narita and Osaka to Bangkok respectively. AirAsia X commenced flights to Japan in December 2010 to Tokyo (Haneda) and flights to Osaka commenced in November 2011. AirAsia X increased its initial three weekly flights from Kuala L
11. Qatar Airways Increasing Flights to Africa
Qatar Airways Increasing Flights to Africa. Qatar Airways is expanding its East African network with 12 additional flights across two capital cities Nairobi and Dar Es Salaam. The daily Doha Nairobi flights have increased to 12-flights-a-week, and from 3 January 2011, an additional two flights will take capacity up to double daily. The expansion comes after five successful year
12. Qantas Brings Forward Resumption of International Flights to 1 November
Qantas has brought forward its resumption of international flights by two weeks to 1 November 2021. Qantas will operate up to five return flights per week from Sydney to London and up to four return flights a week from Sydney to Los Angeles with Boeing 787 Dreamliners from 1 November. More flights will be added to meet demand, if needed. Flights to London will operate via Darwin un
13. Qatar Airways to Increase Dubai Flights
Effective 26 October 2014, Qatar Airways will increase the frequency of its flights on the very popular Doha Dubai routes with additional daily flights to Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC). The extra flights will take the airlines frequency to 14-flights-per-day to DXB and 4-flights-per-day to DWC.
14. Emirates to Resume Flights to Saudi Arabia
Emirates will resume service to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Saturday, 11 September and to St. Petersburg on 8 October 2021. Emirates will begin operating 24 weekly flights to Saudi Arabia, including daily flights to the capital Riyadh, daily A380 flights to Jeddah, daily flights to Dammam and thrice weekly flights to Medina. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 10 September 2021.
15. Emirates to Increase Flights to Al Medinah al Munawarah
Emirates to Increase Flights to Al Medinah al Munawarah. Emirates is to increase flights from Dubai to Al Medinah al Munawarah in Saudi Arabia to seven flights per week from 31 October 2010. The Dubai-based airline currently operates a total of 25 flights per week to the Kingdom. These three new services will bring the number to 28 flights per week as well as increasing additional
16. Air Astana Reduces Flights to Dubai, Frankfurt, Istanbul and Kiev
Air Astana has reduced the number of international flights to Turkey, the UAE, Ukraine and Germany. The weekly frequency of flights to Istanbul has decreased from 16 to 12 flights, to Dubai - from 12 to 8 flights, to Kiev - from 3 to 1 flight, to Frankfurt - from 6 to 4 flights.

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