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Airport & Airline

Virgin Atlantic set to soar in South America for the first time

Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787
Virgin Atlantic is delighted to announce it will be launching flights between London Heathrow and São Paulo, Brazil in 2020.
Flying daily between London Heathrow and São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport, the 11 hr 55 min flight is Virgin Atlantic’s first foray into the South American continent.


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Guinea's capital to be TAP’s 17th destination in Africa, flights to Conakry starting July 2019

Three new flights will operate every week
TAP Air Portugal, the Portuguese national carrier, is launching flights between Lisbon and Conakry from 3 July 2019 onwards, offering three weekly flights between the two capitals.


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Wizz Air launches new low-cost service from London Luton to Stavanger, Norway

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Wizz Air, the fastest growing airline in Europe, today announces a new low-cost route from its UK base London Luton to Stavanger in Norway.  
Gateway to the Norwegian Fjords, Stavanger is the fifth Nordic destination WIZZ will operate flights to from Luton, following recently announced connections to Bergen and Oslo in Norway, Turku in Finland, and Billund in Denmark.


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Air Charter Service expands Far East operations with new Shanghai office


Air Charter Service, Shanghai Team
Leading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, has invested further in its Asian operations, by opening a new office in Shanghai. 


Speaking on the announcement, Stephen Fernandez, ACS’s APAC Regional Director, said: “Shanghai was a natural choice for our second office in mainland China.


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Air China’s direct flight service from Chengdu to operate out of London Heathrow

China’s largest air carrier to the UK, will move its Chengdu direct service from London Gatwick to London Heathrow
From 2 April 2019, Air China will be formally moving its direct service between Chengdu and London from London Gatwick to London Heathrow, Terminal 2, offering passengers a more efficient and convenient flight experience.
Air China has been operating this route since 3 July 2018, with nearly 30,000 passengers being transported over the ‘Sky Golden Bridge’ that connects the two countries. Heathrow Airport is London’s principle international airport and takes just 15 minutes into Central London via the Heathrow Express, with the terminal move making it easier for passenger to continue their journey into London.


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