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Korean Air Set To Increase Its Flights from March 31

by Richa G 18. February 2013 01:25

Korean Air has decided to increase its international flights to several US, Japan, Canada and China destinations from March 31. This news comes after the airline has bought seven new aircrafts.

The airlines announced that it will now fly daily between Seoul and Seattle and Dallas and Toronto and will fly four times a week between Seoul and Las Vegas. It also stated that post all the changes come into being the airline will be flying 115 times per week to North America.

Incheon-Tokyo Narita service will be increased to five daily from four daily and will double its flights between Narita and Busan. And in China the airlines will now be flying between Hangzhou and Cheongju to four times a week, this sector was earlier operated only once a week. Also Korean Air has added a new route to china and now it plans to fly between Nanjing and Busan from March 31.

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WestJet Launches Daily Flights To Calgary

by Richa G 15. February 2013 03:55

Canada's leading airlines, WestJet has decided to service daily flights between Calgary International Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. This will be a seasonal service beginning April 29, 2013 and will continue till the summer season.

Gregg Saretsky, President and CEO, WestJet said, that this new daily service between DFW and YYC great news for both the airline and the airport. He said that the airlines is delighted to offer its service to Texan passengers and they are sure that with their low-cost air tickets, great customer service, and superb amenities they will be able provide outstanding connectivity to the Pacific Northwest and Canada.

WestJet is the seventh passenger carrier in last two years to start its service in DFW. DFW Airport has shown exemplary growth in these two past years. Not only seven passenger carriers have added DFW to its destination list, but even 3 cargo and thirteen international and thirteen domestic cities have also been connected with it.

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Frontier Offers Special Fares on Denver Bellingham Flight

by Richa G 15. February 2013 03:55

Frontier Airlines has introduced special fares on Denver-Bellingham flight. Cheap fares are available from $134* one-way. Passengers interested in the exclusive can grab this offer latest by February 18, 2013.

This low fare deal is valid on travel from Ma 17 through June 9, 2013. Roundtrip purchase is not mandatory. May 23-24 and May 27, 2013 are the blackout dates. 10 -Day advance purchase is compulsory to avail this offer.

What are your waiting for book this nonstop Frontier airlines flight from Denver to Bellingham, your access pass to Vancouver.

*Fares shown in one-way from Denver to Bellingham and is inclusive of taxes and transportation fees. Other charges are applicable.

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KLM Offers Super Deals from Several US Cities

by Richa G 15. February 2013 01:25

KLM Airlines is offer Pack and Go Super Deals to top European cities from the USA. Cheap flights to cities like Istanbul, London, Barcelona and Amsterdam from Washington, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco can be booked latest by February 20, 2013.

These exclusive fares are valid for travel through March 31, 2013. Blackout dates are from March 20 to 23, 2013. 14-Day advance purchase is mandatory. To avail these cheap tickets passengers can stay for a minimum of 10 days and a maximum of 1 month.

Fare Details:

  • Washington to Istanbul from $568*
  • New York to London from $856*
  • New York to Amsterdam  from $861*
  • San Francisco to Barcelona from $908*
  • Los Angeles to Amsterdam from $1,031*

*Fares are round trip, per person, and include all applicable government taxes and fees. Other terms and conditions are applicable.

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Finnair Refurbishes Its Business Class Seats

by Richa G 15. February 2013 01:25

Finnair has announced that it is upgrading its business class section. The airline has decided to give away with angled lie-flat business class seats. These seats will be replaced by wide and comfy fully flat beds.

Finnair will roll out these fully-flat bedded seats in all its long-haul flights from the beginning of autumn 2014. At present Finnair has only four Airbus A330 featuring fully-flat beds with 79-inch length and 23 inch width.

The airline said that business class section of all its Airbus A330 and A340 will be upgraded and will cost them nearly €29 million. Senior vice president, Anssi Komulainen said that, the airline believes that by providing this upgraded service they will be able to differentiate themselves from the other competitors and also provide their customers more comfort. As fully-flat seats are the new benchmark for both the passengers and the airlines.

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KLM to Start Charging For Checked Baggage

by Richa G 15. February 2013 01:25

KLM, flag carrier airline of the Netherlands will now be charging passengers for checked-in baggage. In a press announcement the airline said, that it will soon be charging its short-haul passengers a fee of €15 when payment is made in advance or €30 when payment is made at the airport for every piece of baggage checked-in.

The airlines also said that it will not be passing the burden on passengers taking long-haul international flights. The airlines will also not levy any kind of charges on hand luggage and to passengers flying under KLM’s Flying Blue loyalty scheme.

The airlines will also impose strict rules on its hand baggage policy. Under this the size of the hand baggage must not increase beyond 55x25x35 cm or weigh more that 12 kgs. If any one of the two conditions is not met then the airlines will be charging the passenger with an additional €30 at the gate.

The new rule will come into existence for flights booked on or after April 22, 2013. Hence passengers interested in saving to some quick buck should go ahead and make the booking on KLM airlines before April 22.

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JetBlue Adds Second Daily Flight to San Francisco

by Richa G 15. February 2013 01:25

JetBlue announced recently that it will soon begin its second daily flight between San Francisco and Fort Lauderdale. The airlines also mentioned adding seasonal flights to Austin from SFO. Both the services will commence from May 21, 2013. Seasonal flights to Austin will fly through September 2, 2013.

Scott Laurence Vice President Network Planning and Partnerships for JetBlue said that airlines in confident with facilities such as extended leg room, superb in-flight services and no charge on first check-in baggage, passengers will love to fly with JetBlue for this long-haul flight.

JetBlue flight will leave Fort Lauderdale at 1040 hours and arrive at San Francisco by 1330 hours. And the return flight will leave San Francisco at 1425 hours and arrive in Fort Lauderdale by 2300 hours. Flights to Austin will leave at 2100 hours and reach San Francisco by 2255 and the return flight will leave at 2340 hours and reach Austin next day at 0500 hours.

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Spirit Airlines Starts Flights from Huston to Orlando

by Richa G 15. February 2013 01:25

Spirit Airlines will be starting an all new flight between Huston and Orlando. This new daily nonstop flight touched the sky as per schedule on Valentine’s Day at 0945 hours from Houston.

Barry Biffle Chief Marketing Officer for the airlines said that Spirit provides passengers a chance to fly with its ultra low fares. And it is this that has made Spirit successful in the past few years. He said with the start of this new nonstop flight, passengers will also get to fly to Dallas/Fort Worth, as this flight will operate a one-stop flight as DFW-Houston-Orlando and Orlando-Houston-DFW.

Spirit Airlines flight will leave Houston Bush Intercontinental daily at 9.45 a.m. and reach Orlando International Airport by 1.10 p.m. Return flight will leave Orlando by 2.00 p.m. and reach Houston by 3.20 pm.

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American-US Airways merger to impact Qantas frequent flyers

by Richa G 14. February 2013 05:55

Frequent flyers booking Qantas Airways flights are likely to be impacted by the merger of American Airlines with US Airways. The American Airlines has however preferred to keep its present name intact as well as its oneworld alliance membership.

Qantas Airways frequent flyers traveling to the U.S. and beyond have began to ask how the new combined airline, following American Airlines and US Airways merger, is going to affect their status, miles and points.

The frequent flyers of Qantas Airways have already started to see some benefits. Some marginal additional options while internally connecting on Qantas Airways and other oneworld partners in the United States is being anticipated. It is also hoped that there would be somewhat better business class seats on the combined airline.

The frequent flyers also hope that they will continue to earn points and other privileges that go with oneworld member airlines. Qantas Airways is also a oneworld alliance member just like American Airlines.

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Philippine Airlines accounts for 20 percent domestic traffic

by Richa G 14. February 2013 05:55

Media reports recently said that Philippine Airlines flights account for a total of 20 percent domestic traffic in the Philippines.

The reports said that the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) of Philippines conducted a study and indicated that the domestic air passenger traffic increased 9.6 percent to 20.57 million in the year 2012.

According to CAB, Philippine Airlines alone accounted for a total of 20 percent of domestic traffic.

However, a low-cost Filipino carrier Cebu Pacific with a total of 46 percent garnered the biggest market share in terms of domestic passenger traffic. The airline increased its domestic passengers to 9.48 million in 2012, from 8.48 million in 2011.

The CAB report said that AirPhil Express, a low-cost subsidiary of Philippine Airlines, gained a total of 21.9 percent market share in domestic air travel. AirPhil Express will soon be renamed as PAL Express.

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