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Russia’s First Boeing 737 MAX Joins the S7 Airlines Fleet

Russia's First Boeing 737 MAX Joins the S7 Airlines Fleet

S7 Airlines has announced that it has received the first Boeing 737 MAX new-generation airliner in Russia. The aircraft will be based in Novosibirsk. The Boeing 737 MAX will start flying this week: passengers on the Novosibirsk to Moscow and Chita routes will be the first to enjoy flying on the new airliner in the S7 Airlines fleet. The Boeing 737-8 MAX joined the fleet ...

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Goa Tourism Minister welcomes onset of charter season

Panaji, Oct 4 (UNI) Goa Tourism Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar on Thursday welcomed the first charter flight from Russia to Goa stating that this arrival officially commenced the tourism season for 2018-19. In a statement, Mr Ajgaonkar today said, ”We are delighted that the number of direct flights from Russia to ...

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Korean Air to use Dreamliner to Prague – PRAGUE.TV

Korean Air to use Dreamliner to Prague - PRAGUE.TV

Korean Air announced that starting Oct. 29, 2018, it will fly a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner between Prague and Seoul. The aircraft is configured for 269 passengers in three classes. The winter flight schedule will continue to fly three times a week: on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. “We are very glad ...

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Could legislation give air travellers more legroom?

Could legislation give air travellers more legroom?

Some Canadians are hoping the federal government will follow the lead of U.S. lawmakers who want to require a minimum amount of legroom on airplanes. A bill currently working its way through Congress would give the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration one year to set minimum seat pitches – a measure ...

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Brexit: Passenger flight compensation rights up in the air

Brexit: Passenger flight compensation rights up in the air

Most airlines have now released their summer flight schedules, which include a number of “Cinderella flights” – flights that leave the Britain while the UK is still an EU member but will arrive at their destination post-Brexit. This means that passengers with British passports will be classed as full EU ...

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