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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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    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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    Skymark wins over Japan Bloomberg News 21 September 2007 TOKYO -- Skymark Airlines, the largest discount carrier in Japan, came back from two years of losses by doing something the country's biggest airlines have failed to do: win new domestic customers. Skymark is attracting passengers with...
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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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    How would this work? I think it would be god for Air Canada to expand its international routes, and have a greater feeder, but how would America West and US Airways would from this? Everything would have to be routed through Vancouver or Toronto... I don't think unless Open Skies is more open...
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    Published: 14/3/2005, 08:13 (UAE) Gulf Air poised to break even By Stanley Carvalho, Staff Reporter Berlin: Gulf Air is on course to break even and wipe out its net loss of 20 million dinars when the airline announces its 2004 financial results next week, a spokesman said. However, he said...
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    Argentina Airline Union Protests Lan Accord With LAFSA 11 March 2005 BUENOS AIRES (Dow Jones)--The Argentine Association of Airline Workers called for a boycott of Chilean airline Lan (LFL) Friday to protest the company's agreement with the Argentine government to absorb all workers of state...
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    Brazil's low-cost Gol airline adding Bolivia as second international destination 21 January 2005 SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) - A month after starting its first international flights to Argentina, Brazil's Gol airline announced Friday that it will soon add service to Bolivia. The low-cost carrier...
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    South American Airlines Face Bumpy Ride Amid Legal Woes 15 October 2004 Dow Jones International News By Amy Guthrie MEXICO CITY (Dow Jones)--Political and legal hurdles are taking some major South American airlines on a bumpy ride. Government interventions, foreign ownership limits and...
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    AirAsia seen to grow 80% a year BY C.S. TAN BUDGET airline AirAsia will be able to grow its passenger numbers, fleet size and net earnings by about 80% a year over the next three years, an analyst says. The airline, including 49%-owned Thai AirAsia, carried 2.8 million passengers in its...
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    Tuesday September 21, 10:59 AM Air New Zealand, QANTAS Face Stiff Competition From Asian Rivals SYDNEY, Sept 21 Asia Pulse - Air New Zealand Ltd and Qantas Airways Ltd face the prospect of intensifying competition on its trans-Tasman route from other airlines now that a proposed alliance...
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    Boeing 747 Airbus 330? Airbus 340 Boeing 777
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