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Goondiwindi Argus
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 hours ago
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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The North West Star
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?
The North West Star / Posted 8 hours ago
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 hours ago
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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8h
The Border Mail
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?
The Border Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free on board?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 hours ago
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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21h
FOX Business
Don't Count On This Airline To Bail Out The Airbus A380 Jumbo Jetorders. Image source: Airbus. As a result, Airbus is eagerly looking for any a
Don't Count On This Airline To Bail Out The Airbus A380 Jumbo Jet
FOX Business / Posted 21 hours ago
orders. Image source: Airbus. As a result, Airbus is eagerly looking for any airline that might be interested in buying A380s. Surprisingly, Hawaiian Holdings(NASDAQ: HA) CEO Mark Dunkerley revealed last week that his company has made "initial... Read more
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FOX Business
Don't Count On This Airline To Bail Out The Airbus A380 Jumbo Jetorders. Image source: Airbus. As a result, Airbus is eagerly looking for any a
Don't Count On This Airline To Bail Out The Airbus A380 Jumbo Jet
FOX Business / Posted 21 hours ago
orders. Image source: Airbus. As a result, Airbus is eagerly looking for any airline that might be interested in buying A380s. Surprisingly, Hawaiian Holdings(NASDAQ: HA) CEO Mark Dunkerley revealed last week that his company has made "initial... Read more
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The Border Mail
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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The Courier
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
The Courier / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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The Young Witness
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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Western Advocate
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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Manning River Times
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
15 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
15 related stories
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The North West Star
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
15 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the conc
Why do airlines still offer inflight duty-free?
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
watches, electronics and pens. Underlining the airline's dedication to the concept, the Sky Shop sacrifices 13 of the A380s seats, a bold move when most airlines are shaving centimetres off every possible space to squeeze in another... Read more
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CNET
How you change an Airbus A380 enginethe cockpit on the lower deck is the First Class suites. BA's premium class lac
How you change an Airbus A380 engine
CNET / Posted yesterday
the cockpit on the lower deck is the First Class suites. BA's premium class lacks the bars and showers you'll find on other A380s, but it's still the most luxurious place on the plane to spend 12 hours. During our tour, workers cleaned the cabin and... Read more
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USA Today
Ask the Captain: Are larger planes safer?captain, tells me that the bigger the plane, the more backup systems on the air
Ask the Captain: Are larger planes safer?
USA Today / Posted 3 days ago
captain, tells me that the bigger the plane, the more backup systems on the aircraft. Is it safe to say then that the A380s, 747s and 777s are safer to fly? — Submitted by reader Gabriel, Penang, Malaysia Answer: The A380, 747 and 777 are... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Carry on: Terracotta army comes closer, Virgin long-haul revamp and moreconfiguration of eight seats in first class, 48 seats in business and 461 in ec
Carry on: Terracotta army comes closer, Virgin long-haul revamp and more
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 days ago
configuration of eight seats in first class, 48 seats in business and 461 in economy. Qatar took delivery of its first A380s six months ago and also flies them from Doha to London and Paris. Qatar Airways will also introduce additional capacity... Read more
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Business Insider
The Airbus A380 may finally have an American customer — and it's completely unexpectedof $432.6 million, brand new — is the most expensive airliner in the world. How
The Airbus A380 may finally have an American customer — and it's completely unexpected
Business Insider / Posted 5 days ago
of $432.6 million, brand new — is the most expensive airliner in the world. However, with the first batch of secondhand A380s coming into the market over the next year or so, there will likely be tremendous opportunities for airlines to scoop up... Read more
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Fortune
Airbus Confident in Supplier's Plans to Fix Engine Delaysglut of unsold planes. Singapore Airlines said this month it will not extend a
Airbus Confident in Supplier's Plans to Fix Engine Delays
Fortune / Posted 6 days ago
glut of unsold planes. Singapore Airlines said this month it will not extend a lease that expires next year for one of its A380s. Leahy said the move was not surprising because Singapore tends to fly newer aircraft and has A380s still in the queue... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Emirates revises Thailand-NZ connectionmaking it the largest capacity provider between Thailand and the United Arab Em
Emirates revises Thailand-NZ connection
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 7 days ago
making it the largest capacity provider between Thailand and the United Arab Emirates. The airline has also been operating A380s on the Bangkok-Hong Kong route since 2009. Emirates has a weekly cargo capacity of 750 tonnes each way in the... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Airbus says US grants license for planes in Iran dealsome $25 billion. The deal included 21 A320ceos, 24 A320neos, 27 A330ceos, 18 A
Airbus says US grants license for planes in Iran deal
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
some $25 billion. The deal included 21 A320ceos, 24 A320neos, 27 A330ceos, 18 A330neos, 16 A350-1000s and 12 double-decker A380s. Base model A320s are currently listed at an average of $98 million, while A330s start at $231.5 million. That puts... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
US grants Airbus first chance to sell airplanes to Iran($25 billion). The deal included 21 A320ceos, 24 A320neos, 27 A330ceos, 18 A330
US grants Airbus first chance to sell airplanes to Iran
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 7 days ago
($25 billion). The deal included 21 A320ceos, 24 A320neos, 27 A330ceos, 18 A330neos, 16 A350-1000s and 12 double-decker A380s. On Sunday, Asghar Fakhrieh Kashan, a deputy transportation minister, told reporters that he expected U.S. permission... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Airbus says US grants license for planes in Iran deal($25 billion). The deal included 21 A320ceos, 24 A320neos, 27 A330ceos, 18 A330
Airbus says US grants license for planes in Iran deal
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 7 days ago
($25 billion). The deal included 21 A320ceos, 24 A320neos, 27 A330ceos, 18 A330neos, 16 A350-1000s and 12 double-decker A380s. Base model A320s are currently listed at an average of $98 million, while A330s start at $231.5 million. That puts... Read more
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CTV News
Airbus says U.S. grants license for planes in Iran deal($25 billion). The deal included 21 A320ceos, 24 A320neos, 27 A330ceos, 18 A330
Airbus says U.S. grants license for planes in Iran deal
CTV News / Posted 7 days ago
($25 billion). The deal included 21 A320ceos, 24 A320neos, 27 A330ceos, 18 A330neos, 16 A350-1000s and 12 double-decker A380s. Base model A320s are currently listed at an average of $98 million, while A330s start at $231.5 million. That puts... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Singapore Airlines won’t renew A380 lease in blow to superjumbossaid in July that it would slash production of the A380 to 12 planes a year in
Singapore Airlines won’t renew A380 lease in blow to superjumbos
Manila Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
said in July that it would slash production of the A380 to 12 planes a year in 2018 from 27 last year. The backlog of A380s to be delivered has eroded during years of no or few orders. The A380′s size has become its disadvantage as airlines... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Carry on: Boeing stretches 737, China’s trillion-dollar fleet and moreto enter service. The 10-year lease expires next month and four others are on a
Carry on: Boeing stretches 737, China’s trillion-dollar fleet and more
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 13 days ago
to enter service. The 10-year lease expires next month and four others are on a similar arrangement. SIA has a total of 19 A380s in its fleet and is not ordering any more. In July, Airbus said it would slash production of the A380to 12 planes a... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Airlines’ belief in the Airbus superjumbo is falteringairlines has. On 14th September, Singapore Airlines (SIA) announced that it wo
Airlines’ belief in the Airbus superjumbo is faltering
Namibia Economist / Posted 13 days ago
airlines has. On 14th September, Singapore Airlines (SIA) announced that it would not be renewing the lease on five of its A380s when the ten-year contract expires next year. It said that it has not made a decision on its remaining four leased... Read more
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CNBC
Singapore Airlines not to extend lease on world's largest passenger plane"We do not comment on the fleet plans of individual airlines. We are confident
Singapore Airlines not to extend lease on world's largest passenger plane
CNBC / Posted 14 days ago
"We do not comment on the fleet plans of individual airlines. We are confident in the market for second-hand A380s, which can be leased or acquired at attractive rates. This will offer a great opportunity for new entrants with new business models to... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Singapore Airlines will not renew lease on first A380and now has 19 of the world's largest commercial aircraft in its fleet, with fi
Singapore Airlines will not renew lease on first A380
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 14 days ago
and now has 19 of the world's largest commercial aircraft in its fleet, with five more awaiting delivery. "Our first five A380s are on 10-year leases, with options to extend. The first expires in October 2017, and we have decided not to extend... Read more
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Market Watch
Singapore Airlines won't extend Airbus A380 leaseit may walk away from more of the double-decker jets. Singapore Airlines opera
Singapore Airlines won't extend Airbus A380 lease
Market Watch / Posted 15 days ago
it may walk away from more of the double-decker jets. Singapore Airlines operates the world's second-largest fleet of A380s and was the first to fly the plane when it took delivery of the jet in October 2007. The lease on the first A380... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Singapore Airlines says it will not extend lease on first A380 jetyear, a significant blow for Airbus, as it seeks to bolster new sales of the wo
Singapore Airlines says it will not extend lease on first A380 jet
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 15 days ago
year, a significant blow for Airbus, as it seeks to bolster new sales of the world's largest airliner. "Our first five A380s are on a 10-year lease, with options to extend. The first one will expire in October next year, and we have decided not... Read more
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Market Watch
Singapore Airlines won't extend Airbus A380 leasesaid the company doesn't comment on individual airlines' fleet plans. "We are
Singapore Airlines won't extend Airbus A380 lease
Market Watch / Posted 15 days ago
said the company doesn't comment on individual airlines' fleet plans. "We are confident in the market for secondhand A380s, which can be leased or acquired at attractive rates. This will offer a great opportunity for new entrants with new... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
British Airways delays big jets to BostonSept. 10--The first regular flights into Boston's Logan International Airport a
British Airways delays big jets to Boston
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 16 days ago
Sept. 10--The first regular flights into Boston's Logan International Airport aboard Airbus' double-decker A380s -- the world's largest passenger aircraft -- have been delayed. British Airways, which was slated to start A380 flights four times a... Read more
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Boston Herald
British Airways delays big jets to BostonThe first regular flights into Boston’s Logan International Airport aboard Airb
British Airways delays big jets to Boston
Boston Herald / Posted 18 days ago
The first regular flights into Boston’s Logan International Airport aboard Airbus’ double-decker A380s — the world’s largest passenger aircraft — have been delayed. British Airways, which was slated to start A380 flights four times a week between... Read more
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Boston Herald
Britsh Airways delays big jets to BostonThe first regular flights into Boston’s Logan International Airport aboard Airb
Britsh Airways delays big jets to Boston
Boston Herald / Posted 19 days ago
The first regular flights into Boston’s Logan International Airport aboard Airbus’ double-decker A380s — the world’s largest passenger aircraft — have been delayed. British Airways, which was slated to start A380 flights four times a week between... Read more
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Boston Herald
Brits delay big jets to BostonThe first regular flights into Boston’s Logan International Airport aboard Airb
Brits delay big jets to Boston
Boston Herald / Posted 19 days ago
The first regular flights into Boston’s Logan International Airport aboard Airbus’ double-decker A380s — the world’s largest passenger aircraft — have been delayed. British Airways, which was slated to start A380 flights four times a week between... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Malaysia Airlines in talks to offload A380stheir toe in the water”. (continues below) An Airbus A380 operated by Malaysia
Malaysia Airlines in talks to offload A380s
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 20 days ago
their toe in the water”. (continues below) An Airbus A380 operated by Malaysia Airlines. Malaysia Air no longer wants the A380s as it focuses more on Asian routes and prepares to take delivery of six smaller Airbus A350s, which will replace the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Nigerian Airports Unfit for Airline Hub Services'in Port Harcourt and Kano. "Because, some of the recent high-capacity airplane
'Nigerian Airports Unfit for Airline Hub Services'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
in Port Harcourt and Kano. "Because, some of the recent high-capacity airplanes that are flying around the world like the A380s and 777s and so on are just too sophisticated and too large to be handled by our airports at the moment. The atmosphere... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Carry on: Jetstar woos business, Cathay’s first A350 to Auckland and morenews was Emirates adding Christchurch to its global A380 network. This means Em
Carry on: Jetstar woos business, Cathay’s first A350 to Auckland and more
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 20 days ago
news was Emirates adding Christchurch to its global A380 network. This means Emirates, from October 30, will be flying five A380s to New Zealand every day. The existing Christchurch-Dubai service uses a Boeing 777 and makes two stops, at Sydney and... Read more
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International Business Times
IAG to reassess plane orders amid slowing economy, decline in fares and Brexit voteand, earlier this year, the group indicated it would purchase used widebody Boe
IAG to reassess plane orders amid slowing economy, decline in fares and Brexit vote
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
and, earlier this year, the group indicated it would purchase used widebody Boeing 777s and lease Airbus's double-decker A380s for some of its British Airways routes. However, IAG's chief executive was more optimistic over the outlook for the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Aer Lingus owner considers curbing aircraft-buying plansa year ago, and Mr Walsh outlined plans earlier this year to buy used widebody
Aer Lingus owner considers curbing aircraft-buying plans
The Irish Times / Posted 21 days ago
a year ago, and Mr Walsh outlined plans earlier this year to buy used widebody Boeing 777s and lease Airbus’s double-decker A380s for British Airways. Following the UK vote in late June to quit the EU, Mr Walsh said IAG will have to cut spending... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Delta and Korean Air Strengthen Partnership with New Flights to Seoulover 460 flights per day to 131 cities in 46 countries on six continents with a
Delta and Korean Air Strengthen Partnership with New Flights to Seoul
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 21 days ago
over 460 flights per day to 131 cities in 46 countries on six continents with a fleet of 173 aircraft including ten A380s. With its modern aircraft and over 20,000 professional employees, Korean Air offers customers convenience and comfort.... Read more
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Gulf News
Emirates to offer A380s to New Zealand from October 30Airline will be the first to offer regular scheduled A380 services to and from
Emirates to offer A380s to New Zealand from October 30
Gulf News / Posted 23 days ago
Airline will be the first to offer regular scheduled A380 services to and from Christchurch Dubai: Emirates A380s will fly between Dubai and New Zealand five times daily from October 30 with the introduction of the airline’s double-decker flagship... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Emirates upgrades Dubai-Christchurch route to A380sEmirates will soon be flying five daily Airbus A380s to New Zealand each day, a
Emirates upgrades Dubai-Christchurch route to A380s
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 23 days ago
Emirates will soon be flying five daily Airbus A380s to New Zealand each day, as the Christchurch service and the non-stop Auckland-Dubai route are upgraded. The A380 super-jumbo will fly to the South Island from Sydney for the time on October 30,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Great Earlybird Value to 38 Europe Pointsflight to Dubai plus the other three via Australia – as well as one from Christ
Great Earlybird Value to 38 Europe Points
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 days ago
flight to Dubai plus the other three via Australia – as well as one from Christchurch, flying its flagship double-decker A380s with direct connectivity at Dubai to A380 flights to 17 points in Europe.In all, Emirates operates five daily services... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Emirates to Offer First A380 Christchurch Services6 September 2016, 9:52 amPress Release: Emirates Airlines A380s on both NZ Auck
Emirates to Offer First A380 Christchurch Services
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 days ago
6 September 2016, 9:52 amPress Release: Emirates Airlines A380s on both NZ Auckland non-stop and South Island flights from 30 OctoberEmirates A380s will fly between New Zealand and... Read more
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