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Airport & Airline

Flybe announces boost to 2019 Summer schedule from Southampton

Features 28 routes with choice of up to 247 flights a week
Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has confirmed an extension of its 2019 Summer schedule from Southampton Airport with the addition of a Tuesday flight to its popular Palma de Mallorca service, meaning it will operate four flights a week (Tues/Thurs/Sat/Sun) with effect from 31st March 2019. 


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1,500 private jets predicted to descend on Davos this week

Andy Christie, Private Jets Director at ACS
This week the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) will bring business leaders from around the world to the Swiss town of Davos, and Air Charter Service predicts there will be close to 1,500 private jet flights over the week.


Andy Christie, Private Jets Director at ACS, said: “The global interest in the event led us to analyse the private jet activity over the past five years of WEF. Davos doesn’t have its own airfield and, whilst we have several clients who fly into the town by helicopter, the four main airfields that private jet users attending the forum use are Zürich, Dübendorf, St. Gallen-Altenrhein and St. Moritz.


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Eurowings to fly Munich-Berlin/Tegel from May

Flights to the German capital four times a day on weekdays and three times a day on weekends as of 1 May
Now it’s easier than ever to fly from the Isar to the Spree and back. As of 1 May 2019, travellers will be able to do just that with the new Eurowings direct flights between Munich and Berlin/Tegel.


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ACC Aviation Group launches US subsidiary

Leading aviation service provider, ACC Aviation Group, has announced the opening of its US subsidiary, ACC Aviation Inc., following a record year across all divisions in 2018.
Continuing the momentum from the organisation’s recent expansion into Asia, the business in North America will be based out of a new office in New York, with the team being headed up by Jamie Harris, who re-joins ACC following successful tenures at both Air Charter Service and Chapman Freeborn.


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