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Aviation

Qantas introduced inflight meditation

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qantas meditationQantas has introduced inflight meditation and expanded its entertainment offering to give customers more ways to relax inflight.

The Whiskey Festival take places at Singapore Changi Airport

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dfs whiskeyDFS Group, the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, is to host the third edition of The Whiskey Festival at Singapore Changi Airport. Taking place from now until June 17, the festival is set to celebrate some of the world’s finest whiskies and provide travelers with a platform to expand their whiskey knowledge and immerse themselves in some of the classics.

airBaltic Launches Riga - Sochi flights

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air baltic aircraftThe Latvian airline airBaltic yesterday, on May 14, 2018, launched a new route from Riga International Airport to Sochi International Airport. The new route offers new travel options for travellers from the Baltics and Russia with convenient connections via Riga.

Wizz Air carried more than 30 million passengers in 12 months

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wizzair sharkletWizz Air, Europe's leading low-cost carrier in Central and Eastern Europe, reveals the latest traffic statistics and reports a new passenger record in the company’s history. More than 30 million passengers were carried in the past rolling 12 month-period, as its operations across Europe were increased with 24% compared to the similar period last year.

Qantas retires 747-400s, orders new 787-9s

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qantas dreamliner787 9Qantas orders six additional Boeing 787-9s to fly on its international network, bringing its fleet of Dreamliners to 14 by the end of 2020. The arrival of the new aircraft will enable the airline to accelerate retirement of its last six Boeing 747s – an aircraft type that has been in its fleet in various forms since 1971.

Air Freight Growth Slows to 22-Month Low

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air freight loadingThe International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), rose 1.7% in March 2018, compared to the same period the year before. This was five percentage points lower than the February result and the slowest pace of growth in 22 months.





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