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Etihad Airways to start flying to Copenhagen and Düsseldorf

Etihad Airways has announced that it will start flying to Copenhagen and Düsseldorf later this year, thereby adding two European destinations on its network.

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Air Canada to suspend Doha route indefinitely

Air Canada will suspend its Doha route indefinitely. The carrier will operate its last outbound flight to Doha, Qatar on 29th January 2023.

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Etihad to go double-daily on Bangkok route

Etihad Airways has announced that it will go double-daily on Bangkok route at the start of summer schedule 2023.

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Emirates to restore pre-pandemic frequency to Oslo

Emirates has announced that it will restore its pre-pandemic frequency to Oslo, Norway.

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Vistara announces Muscat as its next Middle Eastern destination

Vistara has announced that it will add a new destination to its network: Muscat, Oman.

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Emirates and Air Canada activate their codeshare partnership

Emirates and Air Canada have announced that they have launched and activated their codeshare partnership. The airlines announced the formation of a “strategic partnership” in July 2022.

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Emirates expands South African flight schedule

Emirates has announced that it is expanding its South African schedule with additional frequencies to Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.

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United to add Dubai to its network as part of a new agreement with Emirates

United Airlines has announced that it will add Dubai to its network with nonstop flights from Newark as part a new agreement with Emirates.

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Etihad to launch flights to Guangzhou in October

Etihad Airways has announced that it will add the Chinese city of Guangzhou in October. Guangzhou will be the third city in China to be served by Etihad after Shanghai and Beijing.

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Emirates to install Next-Generation Inflight Entertainment systems on new A350 fleet

Emirates has announced that it will invest over US$ 350 million to install Next-Generation Inflight Entertainment systems on its new Airbus A350 fleet.