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Malaysia Airlines Launches “Fly Confidently” Campaign

Passenger activity is continuing to pick up again in Malaysia following the downturn due to the coronavirus pandemic. With the climate slowly changing, Malaysia...

US ponders TikTok ban, apps see a record Q2, iOS 14 public beta arrives – TechCrunch

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Austrian Airlines To Double Its Flight Schedule By October

Earlier this week, Austrian Airlines announced that it would be doubling its flight schedule by October. The airline is planning a series of new...

Remote dealmaking, rapid-fire IPOs, and how much $250M buys you – TechCrunch

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Alitalia Adding Over 1,600 Flights In August– Including Tokyo-Haneda Launch

In a press release issued yesterday, Italian national flag carrier Alitalia said that it would be adding over 1,600 flights in August, including a...

Who Gets the Banhammer Now?

In banning the Trump’s campaign Twitch channel, the company said that “politicians on Twitch must adhere to our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines.”...

Meet Blue Islands: An Airline Stepping In To Fill Flybe’s Gap

With Flybe’s exit from the airline industry earlier this year, there has been no shortage of airlines looking to profit from its routes and...

Middle East Airlines Takes Delivery Of Its First Airbus A321neo

Lebanese national flag carrier Middle East Airlines has taken delivery of its very first Airbus A321neo. In a statement released yesterday by the European...

Etihad Returns To Serving India Today

Since March 23, no international scheduled flight has departed from or landed in India. Almost all of the services until now have been specifically...

Emirates Set To Cut 9,000 Positions In Total

Emirates has plans to reduce its workforce by 15% of pre-pandemic levels – more specifically, the airline will ax 9,000 of the 60,000 jobs...

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