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    Aeroput (Serbian Cyrillic: Aeропут, English translation: "Airway") was an airline and flag carrier of Yugoslavia from 1927 until 1948. Society for Air traffic AD Aeroput was the first Serbian company for civil air traffic, which was founded on 17 June 1927 as Društvo za Vazdušni Saobraćaj...
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    Portugal picks Synergy for final TAP airline bid * No deadline yet, deal seen by year-end * Synergy's Efromovich controls several Latam carriers * Brazilian routes TAP's main selling point Reuters http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/18/portugal-tap-idUSL5E8LIII920121018?rpc=401 Thu Oct 18...
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    by Oleg Chaplin/http://www.airliners.net Aeroflot, the leader of Russia’s air fleet, is a member of SkyTeam, the global airline alliance. Aeroflot’s overall flight network comprises 898 locations in 169 countries. In 2010, 11.3 mln passengers used Aeroflot’s services and 14.07 mln used the...
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    I haven't found any thread about LOT here. Some news below:
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    Air Berlin is Germany's second largest airline after Lufthansa. Destinations: 2010 Africa Algeria o Algiers - Houari Boumedienne Airport Egypt o Cairo - Cairo International Airport o Hurghada - Hurghada International Airport o Luxor - Luxor International Airport o Marsa Alam - Marsa Alam...
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    Since air transportation is booming in Turkey for a decade now, it's about time to open a topic about I here. Well the latest exiting development is the sponsorship of Turkish Airlines. Turkish Airlines is going to be a new sponsor of FC Barcelona and Manchester United for 3 years. Both teams...
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    Malév voted best East European Airline 24 Jan 2007 bbj.huThe managing director of Hungarian airlines Malév collected a prize in New York yesterday, after readers of the travel magazine Global Traveler voted Malév the best Eastern European airline of 2006. János Gönci said it was an honor that...
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    I checked to take Czech from Colombo to Prague, but it says no flight scheduled. It's not even on the timetable! Please tell me! I want to take this airline, and I also want it to stay in Sri Lanka!!!!!
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    BA loses transatlantic trade but business class booms Peter Klinger 7 January 2005 The Times British Airways failed to cash in on tourists eager to exploit the weak US dollar as it admitted that transatlantic passenger numbers fell by almost 2 per cent last month. BA's transatlantic route...
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    Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) --------------------------- Founded in 1946 as a consortium of the national airlines of Denmark, Sweden and Norway. HQ: Arlanda (Stockholm, Sweden). Main Hub: CPH (One of the most important airports in Europe, situated in Copenhagen, Denmark) Member and co-founder of...
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    This was translated by google from a german website, so it might be a lousy english the original text can be found at:ard.boerse Lufthansa meets Swiss Fusion discussions on the Huett'n? Only recently the two bosses of Swiss and Lufthansa are to have actually conferred in a ski hut. Today...
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    The Long Haul How does Air France-KLM thrive in a global airline slump? By using its connections - lots of them Michael Freedman and Deborah Orr 28 February 2005 Forbes Global How does the biggest carrier, Air France-KLM, thrive amid a global airline slump? Lots of connections. From his...
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    Time to take a look at Croatian Airports: Split Airport Growing Passenger numbers:
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    September 10, 2004 A Tale Of Two Hubs - The Root Of Alitalia's Woes? Years of reliance on state bailouts and spiralling costs are two reasons Italy's Alitalia is in dire straits. But another major problem is the Italian carrier's failure to develop a real hub, analysts say. With less than a...
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