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Icelandair announces Heathrow Terminal 2 move date

Icelandair’s passengers travelling from London Heathrow will soon be able to enjoy the wide range of facilities available at Terminal 2, as the airline moves its operations from Terminal 1 to the Queen’s Terminal on 25 March 2015. 40 more words

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BA to switch to Gatwick South Terminal in 2016

British Airways customers will have an opportunity to take advantage of direct access to trains to and from central London as the airline announces it will be moving to Gatwick’s South Terminal in November 2016. 30 more words

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Boeing Names New Leaders in Oklahoma City and San Antonio

Boeing veteran Mike Emmelhainz is returning to Oklahoma City to lead the company’s operations there while Bryan Scott is succeeding Emmelhainz as head of Boeing’s San Antonio activities. 62 more words

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Find out more about the new BA lounge at Schiphol

With the opening of the new refurbished British Airways lounge at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, customers can now take advantage of an improved range of facilities. 77 more words

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San Diego International Airport offers helpful travel tips this holiday season

With approximately 55,000 passengers expected to pass through San Diego International Airport (SAN) each day between now and the Sunday after New Year’s, the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority has several tips to help travelers navigate quickly and safely through the airport.

Source: Travelandtourworld.

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Gatwick gets fresh as new Wondertree restaurant confirmed for summer 2015

Gatwick Airport today announced that Wondertree, an all-day dining experience from the creators of Giraffe restaurants, is the latest high-quality new restaurant to move to the airport. 30 more words

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Birmingham Airport – A Christmas Gift for British Indians

Birmingham Airport and Air India have celebrated the start of daily flights between Birmingham, Delhi and Amritsar after the carrier took delivery of its 18th Boeing 787 ‘Dreamliner’. 48 more words

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