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105. Air Canada Extends Status of All Altitude FFP Members
Air Canada has confirmed plans to extend the current status of its Altitude frequent flyer programme members until the end of 2021. The airline will also allow members to share any status achieved in 2020 with a loved one, and is creating new opportunities to qualify for Altitude status and earn Aeroplan Miles from home.
106. Korean Air to Expand Network in June
Korean Air will operate 32 of its 110 international routes throughout the month of June 2020, approximately 20% of normal capacity.
107. Macao Cancels 31st International Fireworks Display Contest
Macao has cancelled the 31st International Fireworks Display Contest which had been scheduled to take place in September and October of this year.
108. United Airlines Looking to Raise US$ 2.25 Billion with Senior Secured Notes
United Airlines intends to commence a private offering of $2.25 billion in aggregate principal amount of two series of notes, the senior secured notes due 2023 and the senior secured notes due 2025, subject to market and other conditions.
109. PIA Signs Distribution Agreement with Amadeus
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has signed a distribution agreement with Amadeus. Through this new agreement, Amadeus-connected agencies will be able to book PIAs full suite of domestic and international inventory through the Amadeus Travel Platform.
110. Asia Pacific Airlines Report 25% Decline in Net Earnings for 2019
Preliminary financial performance figures from AAPA show that Asia Pacific airlines recorded US$3.8 billion in combined net earnings in 2019, a 25% decline compared to the US$5.1 billion reported in 2018.
111. Airbus Delivered 49 Aircraft in July
Airbus delivered a total of 49 A220 and A320 aircraft in July 2020. Two A220-300s were delivered to Air Canada and Egypt Air, whilst 47 A320neo Family aircraft were delivered to different customers, including a first A321neo to Middle East Airlines and Vistara through Air Lease Corporation.
112. Aman Reopens Hotel in Tokyo, Japan
One of Tokyo's most luxurious hotels has reopened for business. With just 84 guestrooms, the Aman Tokyo is an urban sanctuary that prides itself on the highest levels of refined service.

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