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129. Korean Air to Resume St. Petersburg Flights
Korean Air to Resume St. Petersburg Flights. The Incheon - St. Petersburg flights will operate three times a week - Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday - utilizing an Airbus 330 aircraft seating 226 passengers. KE929 departs Seoul/Incheon at 17:45 and arrives in St. Petersburg at 22:20 the same day. The return flight KE930 departs St. Petersburg at 23:50 for an overnight flight that ar
130. FCm Targets Asia as Key Driver of Future Growth
FCm Targets Asia as Key Driver of Future Growth. he Asia network of the global travel management consultancy, which is headquartered in Australia, is anticipating a substantial increase in demand from the corporate travel sector over the next 12 to 24 months. It is also expecting corporates in Asia to become more mature in their approach to travel management, with greater focus o
131. Shangri-La Strengthens Sales and Marketing Team
Shangri-La Strengthens Sales and Marketing Team. Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts has appointed Denny Ma as director, global accounts and Hong Kong regional sales office, and Nick Berry as director of sales and marketing in Sydney regional sales office.
132. BAA Reports January 2010 Passenger Numbers
BAA Reports January 2010 Passenger Numbers. Poor weather in January 2010 adversely affected passenger numbers at BAA's UK airports. At Heathrow there was a drop of 0.5% in passenger numbers compared to last January. Without the bad weather causing the loss of around 145,000 passengers at the airport, traffic would have grown by an estimated 2.5%.
133. Air Algrie Takes Delivery of First ATR 72-500
Air Algrie Takes Delivery of First ATR 72-500. Air Algrie has taken delivery of the first ATR 72-500 of the 4 ordered in 2009. Air Algrie, which already operated 8 ATR 72-500s, will increase the size of its fleet to 12 with the delivery, during 2010, of the remaining 3 aircraft on order. Consequently, Air Algrie will become the largest ATR operator on the African continent.
134. Emirates Doubles Business Rewards Miles
Emirates Doubles Business Rewards Miles. For every US$1 spent on travel with Emirates and booked via Business Rewards in February and March, the company will be awarded four Business Reward miles, rather then the standard two. These miles can be redeemed for free flights on Emirates services worldwide. This promotion is available to all new and existing Business Rewards members glo
135. Etihad Airways Secures Additional Flights to Australia
Etihad Airways Secures Additional Flights to Australia. Etihad Airways has secured seven additional weekly flight frequencies from its Abu Dhabi home-base to Australia. The seven flights can be operated to any gateway in Australia which includes Etihads current destinations of Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. A further seven weekly flights have been granted to Etihad on the conditi
136. Oman Air Appoints New Chief Officer Corporate Affairs
Oman Air Appoints New Chief Officer Corporate Affairs. Oman Air has appointed Philippe Georgiou as Chief Officer - Corporate Affairs. The departments that he will be officiating are Marketing, Corporate Communications and Media, Customer Relations, Emergency Response, Government Relations and Legal Affairs. He will also be the official spokesperson for the airline.

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