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Airport & Airline

South African Airways introduces Airbus A330-200 on Victoria Falls route

South African Airways airbus
With the expansion of the Victoria Falls International Airport in Zimbabwe, South African Airways has increased capacity between Johannesburg and the popular leisure destination of Victoria Falls.
The recent introduction of Airbus A330-200 wide-body aircraft on the route, adds 60% more capacity in each direction, on a daily basis.


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Emirates introduces laptop and tablet handling service for US flights

Emirates will introduce a new service to enable customers to use their laptops and tablet devices until just before they board their flights to the US. Emirates customers travelling to the US via Dubai will be able to utilise their laptops and tablet devices on the first part of their journeys, and also during transit in Dubai.

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Milan Bergamo Airport adds 14 new routes and welcomes two new airlines

Milan Bergamo Airport
Milan Bergamo Airport is on course to continue the robust growth it witnessed last year, adding 14 new routes, resuming 11 seasonal links and welcoming two new airlines for the S17 timetable. Having recorded 7.2% passenger traffic increase in 2016, the expanding summer schedule further consolidates the gateway’s position as Italy’s third busiest airport in terms of annual passengers.

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Alaska Airlines and Virgin America share future vision

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After careful consideration, the combined company of Alaska Airlines and Virgin America will adopt Alaska’s name and logo, retiring the Virgin America name likely sometime in 2019.
The two airlines have shared their vision for the future of the combined carrier, as the company solidifies its status as the West Coast’s premier airline.


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