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    UAE: Emirates, Etihad, flydubai suspend flights to Dhaka – News

    The suspension will last from April 14 to 20. Dubai-based airlines Emirates and flyDubai, and Abu Dhabi’s Etihad on Monday announced a suspension of passenger flights to and from Dhaka, Bangladesh. “Due to an international travel ban introduced by the authorities of Bangladesh from April 14 to 20, you will be unable to travel to Bangladesh during this period,” Etihad said on its website. “In line with government directives, passenger flights to and from Bangladesh are suspended with effect from 14 April 2021 until 20 April 2021. Customers travelling to and from Dhaka will not be accepted for […] More

  • UAE's flydubai says fleet not affected by possible 737 MAX electrical issue

    UAE’s flydubai says fleet not affected by possible 737 MAX electrical issue

    Bloomberg Record Alibaba Fine Shows China’s Big Tech Can’t Fight Back (Bloomberg) — After China imposed a record antitrust fine on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., the e-commerce giant did an unusual thing: It thanked regulators.“Alibaba would not have achieved our growth without sound government regulation and service, and the critical oversight, tolerance and support from all of our constituencies have been crucial to our development,” the company said in an open letter. “For this, we are full of gratitude and respect.”It’s a sign of how odd China’s crackdown on the power of big tech has been compared with the rest […] More

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    DGCA Denies FlyDubai Permission to Operate Boeing 737 Max Planes in India

    India’s civil aviation regulator has denied permission to a foreign air carrier to operate or overfly Boeing 737 Max in the country. According to the chief of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), no foreign air carrier can operate or overfly the aircraft in India till regulatory clearances is given to the Boeing 737Max. Recently, DGCA denied permission to FlyDubai to operate Boeing 737 Max in India. “We will need some more time to gauge the performance of the aircraft and therefore the permission has been denied for the time being,” said Arun Kumar, Director General of DGCA. Also […] More

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    Flydubai Not Considering Deliveries As MAX Fleet Returns To Service

    Flydubai Not Considering Deliveries As MAX Fleet Returns To Service | Aviation Week Network Skip to main content Credit: flydubai Flydubai said deliveries of further Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in 2021 are not currently on the table as the LCC focuses on bringing the type back into service. Twelve countries within flydubai’s network are yet to re-approve 737 MAX operations, the Dubai-based airline added. Flydubai announced April 4…   Flydubai Not Considering Deliveries As MAX Fleet Returns To Service is published in Aviation Daily, an Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) Market Briefing and is included with your AWIN membership. […] More

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    No FlyDubai Flights to Zagreb this Summer, Flights to Dubrovnik Canceled for 2021

    April 7, 2021 – The latest flight news for Croatia as there will be no FlyDubai flights to Zagreb until September 1, 2021, and none to Dubrovnik at all this year.  Croatian Aviation reports that the low-cost company from the United Arab Emirates will not resume traffic between Zagreb Airport and Dubai this summer. FlyDubai had initially announced that it would resume traffic between Dubai and Zagreb in the summer flight schedule in 2021, as a replacement for Emirates, which has permanently withdrawn from the same route due to the pandemic. The airline originally planned to resume traffic beginning the […] More

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    flydubai to resume flights to Asmara

    flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, has announced the resumption flights to Eritrea’s capital Asmara with a weekly flight service, starting from April 15.    Flights to Asmara will operate between Terminal 2, Dubai International (DXB) and Asmara International Airport (ASM). Flights are now available to book on   With the relaunch of flights to Asmara, flydubai has been steadily increasing its operations and has recently announced the start of flights to a number of destinations including Doha, Istanbul and the Maldives as well as new routes such as Malta, Tel Aviv and Tirana.   Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer […] More

  • Emirates Skywards members can now earn double miles

    Emirates Skywards members can now earn double miles

    Get more miles when you travel… If you’re an Emirates Skywards member and love to add up those miles, listen up. Skywards members can now earn double Tier Miles on Emirates and flydubai flights booked from April 1, 2021 until June 30, 2021, so if you were thinking of traveling soon (within restrictions), there’s no better time. The loyalty program has been introduced to help Skywards members fast track to a higher-tier status. Basically, the higher the tier, the more rewards and benefits are open to you, such as upgrading from economy to Business Class or money off your next […] More

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    Low Cost Airlines Market Production and Consumption Professional Analysis (Impact of COVID-19) – Air Asia X, Flydubai, Onur Air, Mango, Fly540, Fastjet, etc

    “ Low Cost Airlines market international report supplies a completely consequential analysis of the parent marketplace, crucial tactics followed by top business Players and prediction. The analysis on Worldwide Low Cost Airlines Market 2021 discusses new business information and innovative potential trends, judgment vendors, forecasts, analysis, and discussion of trade information, Low Cost Airlines market measurements, evaluation of market share which offers a suitable understanding of overall global Low Cost Airlines market. It gives a concise introduction of Low Cost Airlines firm outline, sales division, research findings, and conclusion. International Low Cost Airlines business Report begins using the industry review. […] More

  • ATRS system for aircraft security installed at Calicut airport

    ATRS system for aircraft security installed at Calicut airport

    Three Automatic Tray Return Systems (ATRS) installed at the security check-in of the international departure section of the Calicut International Airport to enhance aircraft security has become functional. Chief Secretary V.P. Joy inaugurated the ₹8.78-crore ATRS through videoconferencing, and the system became operational with the security check-in of Dubai passengers of FlyDubai. Regional Executive Director R. Madhavan, General Manager (CNS) V. Muruganandam, Airport Director Srinivasa Rao, Acting Airport Director Muhammad Shahid, CNS In-Charge and Joint General Manager Muneer Madampat, and JGM A. Haridas were present. Each ARTS consists of an X-ray baggage inspection system (XBIS), server system, and a baggage […] More

  • 2.5 kg of gold, $30,000 seized at Hyderabad airport

    2.5 kg of gold, $30,000 seized at Hyderabad airport

    Five passengers who arrived from Dubai were detained by the Customs officials at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport for trying to smuggle in foreign-origin gold. Over 2.5 kg of yellow metal worth ₹1.15 crore in the open market was seized from the passengers. They arrived by flydubai flight FZ-8779. The gold was concealed in electronic appliances, which was carried by the suspected accused in their check-in baggage. They were detained and further investigation is in progress, an official said. In a separate case, the sleuths of the Central Industrial Security Force detained a Dubai-bound passenger at RGIA for ‘illegally’ carrying 30,000 […] More

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