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BBC: SriLankan Airlines is accused of a "culture of corruption"

Srilankan Airlines‘ (Colombo) management is coming under a criminal investigation by the Sri Lankan government according to the BBC. The current government is alleging “shocking” corruption under a previous government. 38 more words

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Yemenia suspends all operations until further notice

Yemenia-Yemen Airways (Sana’a) has suspended all operations until further notice due to the “current crisis and for safety reasons”.

Fighting is on-going in the country and was recently expanded with a 10-nation coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the Royal Saudi Air Force with airstrikes against Iranian-backed Houthi rebels near Sana’a International Airport. 20 more words

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KLM will now launch new service to Edmonton on May 19

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (Amsterdam) was due to commence a new route to Edmonton on May 5, but the new route was postponed. Now the company will launch the new route with Airbus A330-200 equipment under flight numbers KL 675 and KL 676 on May 19. 208 more words

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Stockholm - Doha - Bangkok - Hua Hin and back - Day 1

One day after my 33rd birthday the journey began.

We flew with Qatar Airways and altough there is some extra space even in economy, which is really nice, it is always a good idea to bring an extra foot rest and neck pillow with you. 246 more words

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Air China to open a Beijing - Minsk - Budapest route

Air China (Beijing) plans to start Beijing – Minsk – Budapest services from May 1, 2015. The will be the only direct route from China to Belarus and Hungary. 186 more words

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Transat A.T. Inc. (Air Transat) reports a fiscal first quarter adjusted net profit of $32.4 million

Transat A.T. Inc. (the parent of Air Transat) (Montreal) posted revenues of $788.6 million for the quarter ended January 31, 2015, compared with $847.2 million in 2014, a decrease of $58.6 million, or 6.9%. 219 more words

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Turkish Airlines orders four additional Airbus A330-200F freighters

Turkish Airlines (Istanbul) has signed a firm order for the purchase of four additional A330-200F freighter aircraft. Operated by Turkish Cargo, a brand of Turkish Airlines, the additional aircraft will help to further boost the company’s expansion in the cargo market. 104 more words

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