New York (AirGuide - Airline News Asia / Pacific) Aug 22, 2010
Air Canada Air Canada said that it is boosting service to Tokyo by adding a new daily, non-stop flight between Vancouver and Haneda Airport, conveniently located near the Japanese capital. The new route begins Jan. 29 aboard a 767-300ER, and will complement existing daily flights to Narita International airport, meaning Air Canada is doubling daily service between Vancouver and Tokyo as part of its international expansion strategy. Flights are timed to offer convenient connections in Haneda to and from Bangkok and Singapore, and connections in Vancouver to and from various points across Western Canada and US west coast served by Air Canada. Aug 18, 2010
Pacific Blue Pacific Blue increased five-times-weekly Melbourne-Denpasar services to daily and will increase four-times-weekly Melbourne-Christchurch services to daily Oct. 31, twice-weekly Perth-Phuket service to thrice-weekly Aug. 19 and thrice-weekly Brisbane-Dunedin service to four-times-weekly Sept. 17. Aug 18, 2010
QantasLink, Bombardier Australian flag-carrier Qantas has grounded five Bombardier Q400 turboprops over concerns centred on...