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Airport & Airline

Air France unveils new Business Class seat

Air France Business Class seat
Air France continues its quest to offer the ultimate comfort in the sky with the unveiling of its new Business Class seat this week, following a 500 million Euro investment. 
In total, 2,102 seats will be installed between June 2014 and summer 2016 on 44 Boeing 777 aircraft, the core of Air France’s long-haul fleet. Every detail has been specially modelled to give the seat its unique design..


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Oman Air CEO steps down

Oman Air has announced that as of 28th Feb 2014, its Chief Executive Officer, Wayne Pearce, has decided to leave the airline after more than two years as the CEO.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Oman Air, His Excellency Darwish bin Ismael bin Ali Al Balushi, announced Mr Pearce’s departure, saying:
“Working with Oman Air’s Board of Directors, Wayne Pearce has done an excellent job of steering Oman Air through a key phase of our development. Following a period of rapid expansion, all the vital elements are now in place for the next phase of our growth, whilst also safeguarding continued increases in passenger numbers.”


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bmi regional saves businesses time and money with its private charter services

bmi regional, the UK’s most punctual scheduled airline for nine consecutive years, doubled its private charter business in 2013 and this year expects to provide an increasing number of shrewd UK businesses with charter aircraft: a cost effective air transport solution, ideal for corporate meetings, travel to trade exhibitions or staff incentives.

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Finnair, Japan Airlines and British Airways begin selling joint fares between Europe and Japan

Finnair and fellow oneworld alliance members Japan Airlines and British Airways are now selling joint fares between Europe and Japan, for travel after April 1, 2014. Customers will benefit from more flexible routing options and the ability to mix and match flights on all three carriers for the most convenient scheduling and best pricing.

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