Although British Airways has now scheduled a couple of reconfigured 777 aircraft (complete with its new Business Class cabin) to operate between London and New York later this year, Virgin Atlantic has managed to steal a march on its competitor by scheduling its first four A350 aircraft to serve the New York market....and it's stolen a march in another US market too.
Hawaiian Airlines has announced that it will be launching a new non-stop between Las Vegas and Hawaii from later this year and, to celebrate the new route, the airline is offering special promotional fares for bookings made by 14 August (today!)
As of 15 September 2019, Norwegian is discontinuing all of its routes between Ireland and North America and is contacting customers with offers to accommodate them on other Norwegian flights or offering refunds.
Over the weekend, American Airlines posted the schedules for its 5 new routes so the remaining unknowns surrounding last week's announcement have been cleared up. Also, as of today, American Airlines has opened up bookings for the 4 seasonal routes with bookings for the Tel Aviv route expected to be taken from 10 October 2019.
Qatar Airways keeps adding and adding to the routes on which it offers its highly-lauded Qsuites Business Class cabin and the latest destination to benefit from this expansion is Cape Town.
In a recent schedule change, Qatar Airways has significantly increased the number of flights it will be offering between Doha and Northern Europe and, considering the Business Class fares the airline frequently offers out of these destinations, this is very good news for bargain hunters.
American Airlines has just announced that it will be launching 5 new international routes in 2020 with a strong focus on what was once known as "Eastern Europe", its first flight to Africa and a route that's going to please a significant number of people.
Lufthansa Group has today announced that two of its airlines will be adding significant new services to the US as the aircraft monolith looks to expand its flights out of Munich and Seattle from 2020.
Marriott has today announced that it plans to expand its already sizeable portfolio and significant accommodation options to include all-inclusive resorts. The corporation has confirmed that it has already signed management contracts for 5 brand new all-inclusive properties which are expected to open their doors between 2022 and 2025.
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