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British Airways today has announced that it will begin service between Mineta San José International Airport and London Heathrow from May 4, 2016. This marks the first regularly scheduled nonstop service to the UK for the city of San José. British Airways will operate the newest aircraft in its fleet, a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, featuring the airline’s newly designed First cabin.
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Number of Passengers and Maximum Takeoff Weights Reach New Levels - FRA Registers All-time High for Daily Passenger Traffic
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that the second edition of the World Financial Symposium (WFS) will focus on industry efforts to support sustained financial health.
On the heels of last month's announcement, including Crystal River Cruises, Crystal Cruises unveiled more detailed plans for its collection of two Crystal river yacht vessels, which will be launched in Europe starting in late March 2017.
The load factor increased by 0.4 p.u. to 86.9%, the highest recorded load factor in a single month for SAS.
IATA criticized the decision by the French Government to allow the operator of Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Paris-Orly (ORY) airports to continue increasing airport charges for each year of the 2016-2020 period.
In the winter season 2016/2017, LOT Polish Airlines will enhance its presence in the US by increasing frequencies from New York and Chicago to Warsaw. The Polish carrier has also announced several new long-haul destinations from its Warsaw hub to Bangkok, Seoul and Tokyo.
Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK) announced it has signed an agreement with the Port Authority of Barcelona to invest more than 30 million euros to build and operate its second private cruise terminal at the Port of Barcelona, which is used by seven of the company's 10 cruise line brands as both a destination and home port.
Last week the French government rushed through approval of the Macron Law, a bill designed to modernise France's economy, speed up growth and deregulate many industries, a move that is considered more 'business friendly'. As a result the travel industry will experience the opening up of long distance coach operations across the country.
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