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China increase flights to New Zealand

China increase flights to New Zealand

China Airlines is adding an extra 15,000 seats on its Taipei–Brisbane–Auckland route during the peak summer season. 
WestJet gear up for future expansion

WestJet gear up for future expansion

WestJet has announced a 2014–2015 winter schedule featuring two new destinations, one new flight and increased frequency on 19 routes.
Air Uganda ceases all operations

Air Uganda ceases all operations

Air Uganda has indefinitely suspended all operations following the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority’s decision to withdraw operating licenses for all carriers.
Flying east

Flying east

Saudi low-cost carrier Flynas has an ambitious long-haul expansion strategy, underpinned by new flights to the UK, writes Justin Burns.
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Hainan Airlines aims for Boston flights

News Thursday, 14 November 2013 23:35 Written by 

Hainan Airlines is planning a new service from Beijing to Boston next year.

The carrier, the fourth largest in China, hopes to launch a four-times weekly flight in the second half of 2014.

 

It plans to operate a B787 Dreamliner on the route and the planned service is subject to regulatory approval in the US.


The news comes after the airline delayed its B787 service to Chicago to November 26.

 

The airline launched twice-weekly service to O’Hare in September, operating an A340. It plans to up the Chicago flights to four times weekly in December and daily by June next year.

 

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