Month: April 2017

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Malaysia Airlines signs up for state of the art satellite flight tracking

Malaysia Airlines signs up for state of the art satellite flight tracking

Malaysia Airlines will be the first SITAONAIR airline customer to benefit from a revolutionary flight tracking partnership. Under the agreement, all Malaysia Airlines aircraft will have access to minute-byminute, 100% global, flight tracking data, delivered by SITAONAIR’s AIRCOM® FlightTracker. This solution will enhance the existing SITAONAIR AIRCOM® FlightTracker by adding Aireon’s space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast...

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Delta joins forces with ‘The Uber for Helicopters’ in New York

Delta joins forces with ‘The Uber for Helicopters’ in New York

The fastest way to travel between Manhattan and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport just became even easier for Delta customers. Delta will enable a fully integrated, streamlined airport transfer experience through an exclusive partnership with BLADE, a digitally powered aviation company that arranges on-demand helicopter service between its Manhattan heliport lounges and JFK....

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Air New Zealand has #1 reputation on both sides of the Tasman

Air New Zealand has #1 reputation on both sides of the Tasman

Air New Zealand has taken out the number one spot in AMR’s 2017 Corporate Reputation Index in both Australia and New Zealand. This is the first time in the airline’s history the airline has been named as the most reputable company in Australia and the second year in a row the company has taken out...

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Airport launches search for owner of lost cuddly dog

Airport launches search for owner of lost cuddly dog

Sydney Airport has launched an online campaign to reunite a lost cuddly dog with its owner. I say owner, but anyone (like me) who has a teddy bear, or a cuddly dog knows that you are their friend, not their owner. The airport tweeted that it was left near Gates 59/60 at terminal 1 on...

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AirNZ shows off new economy seat design (and they are wider)

AirNZ shows off new economy seat design (and they are wider)

Air New Zealand has revealed a new Economy seat design at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg. The new design will be introduced on the airline’s Airbus A320/A321neo’s. Air New Zealand worked with UK aerospace seating company Acro Aircraft Seating on the slim-line design, a key feature of which is wider seats. The window and...

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Hawaiian Airlines celebrate huge growth in NZ market

Hawaiian Airlines celebrate huge growth in NZ market

Hawaiian Airlines marked its fourth year of service in and out of Auckland today, and they had a reason to celebrate. Since entering the market, tourist numbers to Hawaii have more than doubled. According to Hawai‘i Tourism Authority figures, fewer than 26,000 New Zealand travelers visited Hawai‘i in 2012. Following Hawaiian’s arrival on the route...

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