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57. Philippine Airlines to Operate Special Flight Between Melbourne and Manila on 19 April
Philippine Airlines has unveiled plans to operate a special flight from Melbourne to Manila on 19 April 2020 using Airbus A330 aircraft. Flight PR 210 is scheduled to depart from Melbourne (MEL) at 08:00 local time and arrive in Manila (MNL) at 14:40 local time.
58. Qatar Airways Signs US$ 850m Financing Deal with Standard Chartered
Qatar Airways has signed an US$ 850 million financing deal with Standard Chartered. The deal involves seven of Qatar Airways' Boeing 787-9 aircraft.
59. Flight Centre Secures AU$900 Million in Additional Funding
Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) has secured AU$900 million through a mix of capital raising and new debt facilities. The strengthened balance sheet and liquidity complements initiatives to cut costs implemented by FCTG to help overcome the unprecedented travel and trading restrictions imposed by governments in response to the COVID19 pandemic.
60. Travel Industry News Archives from Asia - April 2020
All the travel industry news featured on TravelNewsAsia.com in the month of April 2020, archived for your easy reference. Travel news from the world's travel trade, aviation and hospitality industries. The latest travel news we feature covers mainly Asia Pacific and Australasia but also extends to the Middle East, Europe and the US. We cover appointments, new deals, rebrandings, ne
61. IATA and ICS Call on Governments to Facilitate Ship Crew Changes
IATA and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) are jointly calling on governments to take urgent measures to facilitate crew change flights for seafarers. Due to the COVID19 restrictions, seafarers are having to extend their service onboard ships after many months at sea, unable to be replaced following long tours of duty or return home.
62. Air Canada to Suspend Scheduled Flights to USA
Air Canada is to suspend scheduled flights to the U.S.A. after 26 April 2020. The decision follows an agreement between the two governments to extend border restrictions by an additional 30 days, effective Tuesday.
63. Boeing South Carolina to Resume 787 Operations
Boeing will resume 787 operations at its facility in South Carolina, with most employees returning on 3 or 4 May. The return includes all operations that were temporarily suspended on 8 April in response to the COVID19 pandemic.
64. Sebastian Mikosz to Join IATA as SVP - Member and External Relations
IATA has appointed Sebastian Mikosz as Senior Vice President for Member and External Relations, effective 1 June 2020. Mikosz worked most recently as Group Managing Director and CEO of Kenya Airways (2017-2019), during which time he served on the IATA Board of Governors.

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