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    Airmail Market 2021 Is Booming Across the Globe by Share, Size, Growth, Segments and Forecast to 2027 | Top Players Analysis

    Industry Growth Insights (IGI) has recently published a comprehensive report entitled Global Airmail Market focusing to offer a complete overview of the market. This report provides a latest updated information regarding various crucial aspects of the market, which are expected to have a major impact on the market trend and performance during the forecast period. One key aspect is that the report is prepared in such a manner that it would surely assist the needs of clients. This report is a complete guideline for clients to arrive right decision in terms of business investment plans and strategies. Few companies that […] More

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    New vaccines push shots pace – ARAB TIMES

    WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Messenger ‘Bird flu’ blamed for shortage of eggs KUWAIT CITY, April 4: The Ministry of Health has extended the contract of air ambulance and medical evacuation services to six months at a cost of $7.452 million dollars, equivalent to 2.262 million dinars, for a period of six months, an increase of 20% over the previous cost. The Al-Seyassah daily has learned from well-informed health sources that the extension of the contract is attributed to the time frame since next contract ends next September and it will take time to float the new tender for the provision […] More

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    Flydubai to Resume Flying Boeing 737 Max Jets From April 8

    Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg Sign up for our coming Middle East newsletter and follow us @middleeast for news on the region. Flydubai plans to start flying its Boeing Co. 737 Max jets from April 8, marking another step toward the aircraft’s global return to service. The Dubai-based carrier has “met and exceeded the stringent requirements” set by regulators in the U.S., Europe and the United Arab Emirates, the company said in a statement Sunday. “Passengers will be notified in advance of travel if their itinerary now includes a flight that is scheduled to be operated by a MAX.” Flydubai […] More

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    Inside SA’s bid to reverse foreign tourism collapse

    Minister in talks to assure governments that SA’s vaccine rollout is on track 04 April 2021 – 00:05 By PAUL ASH and PHILANI NOMBEMBE SA is engaging foreign governments to allay fears about the country’s slow Covid-19 vaccine rollout, in a new drive to sell SA as a tourist destination open to foreign travellers. The initiative is taking place as a growing number of countries impose travel restrictions on people coming from SA, and against a backdrop of a tourism industry brought to its knees by Covid restrictions… Read further. More

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    Aviation This Week – April Edition 1

    Ho Airport Highlights for this week’s aviation industry news are topical happenings from March 29 – April 3, 2021. Find the highlights below:   Update on Sunyani, Tamale and Kumasi Airports   As part of his inspection of ongoing projects at some of the country’s domestic airports, Transport Minister, Kweku Asiamah has so far expressed satisfaction with the works done.   At the Sunyani Airport, works as reported are at a 95% completion stage and after almost six years the facility is expected to be open for commercial use in May, 2021.   A stop at the Kumasi Airport also […] More

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    What are airline alliances, and who’s in them?

    © Provided by The Points Guy MSN has partnered with The Points Guy for our coverage of credit card products. MSN and The Points Guy may receive a commission from card issuers. If you are an even moderately frequent flyer, you have taken advantage of the perks that airline alliances offer passengers. And if you’ve flown at all in the past two decades, you have heard their name spoken in an onboard announcement: Thank you for flying Air X, a member of the Y Alliance. There are three of them: Star Alliance, SkyTeam and Oneworld, in order of size. They […] More

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    Emirates Resumes Airbus A380 Flights To Bangkok & Hong Kong

    Emirates has resumed daily Airbus A380 flights to Bangkok, making it the first carrier to operate the superjumbo jet to Thailand since the outbreak of the COVID pandemic. The airline will operate daily flights from Dubai to Bangkok before continuing onwards to Hong Kong. Emirates will resume daily A380 flights to Bangkok and also fly to Hong Kong. Photo: Vincenzo Pace | Simple Flying The A380 returns to Bangkok After more than a year of suspending A380 flights to Bangkok, Emirates will now resume daily flights to Thailand’s capital. Flight EK384 will leave Dubai at 02:50 and land in Bangkok […] More

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    Emirates Marks UAE Vaccination Milestone

    (FILES) File picture dated August 1, 2008 shows an Emirates Airline flight from Dubai landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. Dubai-based airline Emirates announced on September 8, 2008 that it is suspending flights using its lone Airbus A380 superjumbo until later this week while repairs are carried out. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images) Emirates is keeping the trust in air travel and showcasing the UAE’s remarkable progress in its vaccination programme. Owing to this, the airline would be operating a special flight on April 10, 2021, that would carry only fully […] More

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    Emirates to resume Milan-New York JFK service on 01-Jun-2021

    Emirates to resume Milan-New York JFK service on 01-Jun-2021 | CAPA Want More News Like This? CAPA Membership provides access to all news and analysis on the site, along with access to many areas of our comprehensive databases and toolsets. Find Out More You seem to have JavaScript disabled in your browser. The majority of this website will not function as intended without JavaScript enabled. Read further. More

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    Southwest Airlines Pilot Marries At 33,000 Feet Above Utah

    Yesterday a Southwest Airlines pilot got married in Utah. On its own, this doesn’t sound like much of a story. However, the marriage took place on one of his company’s flights from Las Vegas to Salt Lake City while cruising at 33,000 feet. A Southwest pilot recently tied the knot onboard one of his company’s flights. Photo: Stephen M. Keller via Southwest At Simple Flying, we’ve seen a whole host of interesting aviation-themed weddings. Indeed, just over a month ago, we reported the first airborne wedding in Australia, taking place on a Virgin Australia flight from Melbourne to Sydney. Another […] More

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