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Air France La Première presents its new dishes signed by Jean-François Rouquette

Dishes to discover on departure from New York, Tokyo and Shanghai Starting October 1st 2018, Air France is for the first time entrusting the creation of two signature dishes per month in the La Première cabin to Jean-François Rouquette, the famous Michelin-starred head chef at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme hotel. For even more culinary delights… Read More ›

Huawei High-Density Router NE40E-M1A Awarded Interop Tokyo Special Prize

At Interop Tokyo 2018, Japan’s largest ICT exhibition this year, Huawei NE40E-M1A won the Best of Show Award 2018 Special Prize in recognition of its series of innovative advantages, such as occupying just 1 U of space while boasting 2 Tbit/s of forwarding capacity, flexible and diverse port modes, programmability, scalability, and an energy-saving design…. Read More ›

Air New Zealand calls for tighter regulations on drones

Air New Zealand is advocating for tighter regulation for the illegal operation of drones after a near miss with an international flight approaching Auckland Airport on Sunday afternoon which potentially put the safety of 278 customers and crew at risk. Pilots operating Air New Zealand flight NZ092 from Haneda, Tokyo encountered a drone estimated to be just… Read More ›

American Airlines Welcomes New Onboard Chefs.

  As the world’s largest airline, we reach global destinations like no other. And to celebrate the many places we serve, we’re offering new premium cabin meals with locally-inspired cuisine on some of our long-haul international flights. We’re excited to introduce the creations from two new chefs: JUN KUROGI We know how important a traditional… Read More ›

Federal Aviation Administration Dedicates New Tucson Control Tower.

FAA Administrator Michael Huerta today joined federal and local officials in dedicating the new, environmentally friendly air traffic control tower at Tucson International Airport. The new tower is 252 feet tall – about double the height of the old tower, which served the airport for 58 years. It provides air traffic controllers with better airfield… Read More ›

Singapore Airlines To Operate Seasonal Services To Sapporo.

Singapore Airlines will operate seasonal services to Sapporo during December 2014 and January 2015 to meet expected demand during the peak winter travel season. A total of 14 flights will be operated to the capital of Hokkaido, a vast island accounting for about a fifth of Japan’s total area. A renowned skiing and snow sports… Read More ›

HANEDA, THE NEW AIRPORT IN TOKYO SERVED BY AIR FRANCE.

As from 30 March 2014, Air France will be offering a new service to Tokyo-Haneda airport, in addition to its flights to Tokyo-Narita. In this way, Air France will offer two daily frequencies – one day flight and one night flight – to Tokyo-Haneda and one daily frequency to Tokyo-Narita, providing customers with a wider… Read More ›

JAL Places Order for Twenty Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.

  The JAL Group (JAL) has announced an order of twenty Boeing 787-9 aircraft, which it intends to deploy on medium to long haul international routes after fiscal year 2015, as part of its Mid-Term Management Plans for fiscal years 2012 to 2016. The twenty orders comprise ten new purchases and a conversion of ten… Read More ›

JAL Expands Use of User-Preferred-Routes to Vancouver

The JAL Group (JAL) plans to utilize User Preferred Routes (UPR) on its daily flight between Tokyo (Narita) and Vancouver starting from December 19, 2011. JAL first introduced the use of UPR in Japan, on its Japan = Hawaii routes in August 2008 and later on routes to Australia in June 2009. Airlines flying between… Read More ›

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