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World’s first racetrack with AMG branding: AMG Speedway – New Driving Performance in South Korea

Affalterbach. Mercedes-AMG was born on the racetrack more than 50 years ago – for the first time anywhere in the world, a racetrack now bears the successful brand name: The AMG Speedway in South Korea, an important Mercedes-AMG market, marks the beginning of a new era of the AMG community. The track not only adopted the… Read More ›

Hong Kong Airlines Announces Code Share with Air India.

Hong Kong Airlines (HKA), an internationally-acclaimed SKYTRAX 4-star airline, today signed a code share agreement with Air India, one of the most extensive flight service providers in India. Commercial Director of HKA, Mr. Li Dianchun, attended the contract signing ceremony in Delhi and jointly announced the code share with Mr. Pankaj Srivastava, Commercial Director of Air India. Under the code share agreement, HKA… Read More ›

Tianjin Airlines Receives TRUEngine* Designation for CF34 Engines.

GE has awarded Tianjin Airlines its TRUEngine designation for 107 CF34-10E engines powering its fleet of 50 EMBRAER 190s. Tianjin is the first airline in Asia to receive the TRUEngine designation for the CF34.”We are committed to optimizing performance of our engines and maintaining maximum residual value for our assets, and the TRUEngine designation enables… Read More ›

Korean Air Introduces SkyPriority.

Korean Air joins SkyTeam, the global airline alliance, to introduce SkyPriority, the first alliance-wide, red-carpet treatment for all 15 SkyTeam member airlines’ top customers today. This first-of-its-kind concept in the airline industry will allow Korean Air and SkyTeam to offer an unparalleled level of seamless passenger service. This exclusive range of services, which includes priority… Read More ›

Korean Air to Introduce Gatwick Route.

Airline to launch direct flights to Seoul from April Korean Air has confirmed that commencing 29th April 2012 it will add to its daily service between London’s Heathrow Airport and Seoul, South Korea with flights from London Gatwick, which will initially be three times a week. This new service will mean that Korean Air will… Read More ›

Boeing Forecasts $200 Billion Market for 1,250 New Airplanes in Northeast Asia.

Korea’s commercial aviation set for growth – strong demand for twin-aisle airplanes SEOUL, Oct. 18, 2011 – Boeing [NYSE: BA] projects 1,250 new airplanes will be delivered to Northeast Asian carriers valued at approximately US $200 billion over the next 20 years. “The combined effect of liberalization and rapid economic growth is driving passenger traffic… Read More ›

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