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Latest Chinese International Travel Monitor highlights younger millennials and affluent travelers fuel 20 percent growth in Chinese outbound travelers to 107 million
IATA has called for the development of a comprehensive policy for aviation aligned with the Indian Government’s stated intention to make it easier to do business in India.
Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Japanese aviation industry stakeholders have charted a course to develop sustainable aviation biofuel for flights during the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, when millions of people are expected to visit Japan.
Air China has launched the third nonstop service between Beijing and Los Angeles from July 1, 2015. This is the first time that ocean-crossing three-times daily flights from Beijing are operated in the history of China's commercial aviation.
Air China officials and China-bound passengers at Tom Bradley International Terminal welcomed the arrival of the inaugural flight of the airline’s third daily nonstop service from Beijing (CA 887) at 9 a.m. PDT today. China’s national flag carrier is also celebrating today the first day of the relocation of its airport operations from Terminal 2 to the Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) bigger and newly renovated Tom Bradley International Terminal.
On Monday, Fiji Airways announced the appointment of a new CEO and Managing Director - the current head of Air Mauritius, Andre Viljoen – who will take up the position before October 1, 2015.
Hainan Airlines' HU7961 flight landed at Logan International Airport at 2:35 pm on June 20th local time, marking the official launch of Hainan Airlines' Shanghai-Boston route, its sixth in North America.
Questex Travel Group today announced it has partnered with Travel Link Daily Co. Ltd, a leading publisher and organizer of events in the travel and tourism industry in China, to introduce its Travel Agent University program to the Chinese market.
VistaJet is one step closer to offering point-to-point service within China with the arrival of its first Chinese registered aircraft, a Bombardier1Challenger 8501. A second Chinese registered Challenger 850 aircraft will also arrive in country later this year.
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