Emirates has announced that it is ramping up Sydney and Melbourne services as demand to/from these cities continues to soar.
United has announced plans to resume its San Francisco-Hong Kong service. This will mark the airline’s return to Hong Kong for the first time since the onset of COVID-19 pandemic.
Air India has announced that it will lease six Boeing B777-300ERs to expedite expansion. This is in addition to the already announced lease of B777-200LRs.
Singapore Airlines has announced that it will increase Airbus A380 services to Australia while also ramping up East and South Asian services. The airline is making these changes based on the “strong projected demand to these destinations”.
After announcing Mumbai-San Francisco route, Air India has announced new flights from Mumbai to New York JFK, Frankfurt and Paris in addition to strengthening its European network from Delhi.
Emirates has announced that it will restore its pre-pandemic frequency to Oslo, Norway.
Cathay Pacific has today (11th October 2022) launched flights from Bengaluru, India. With this, Bengaluru becomes the third destination for the airline in India.
Air India has announced that it is expanding its presence in San Francisco in the United States and in London and Birmingham in the United Kingdom.
United Airlines has announced that it will add Dubai to its network with nonstop flights from Newark as part a new agreement with Emirates.
Who were once one of the fiercest rivals in the aviation industry are now having a codeshare partnership. This is the story of Emirates and United. *** And curtain*** 😉. Jokes aside, this new partnership will enhance each airline’s network and give their passengers easier access to hundreds of new destinations within the United States […]