Thai Airways, in its latest schedule update, has revealed that it will resume flying to Istanbul for the first time in 25 years. The airline last operated flights to Türkiye’s biggest city in 1998.
American Airlines has revealed new destinations and routes worldwide for next summer. This will see the airline’s largest expansion in Europe since 2019.
German flag carrier Lufthansa has revealed that it will deploy Boeing B787-9 Dreamliners on flights to Mumbai. This will be the first time that this particular aircraft type in Lufthansa’s fleet will have scheduled flights to Asia.
Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus has announced that it will launch flights to Denver and also resume flights to Minneapolis-Saint Paul next year.
Ultra-luxury hospitality brand Six Senses has announced that it will open a new resort in Greece’s Porto Heli, located at a distance of 200 kilometres from the Greek capital, Athens.
Korean Air is increasing flights to Japan and China as well as resuming some pre-COVID routes. The airline is also increasing flights to Europe and North America.
Air France has announced that it will add Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates to its network this winter.
Airbus has announced that it has inaugurated one more Airbus A320 family assembly line in Toulouse, France.
Low-cost carrier Norwegian has announced that it will acquire Norway’s major regional carrier, Widerøe Airlines. Norwegian has entered into an agreement with WF Holding AS for the same.
Marriott has announced the opening of Moxy Tromsø, the hospitality group’s northernmost property.