Articles Tagged ‘Route of the week’

China Southern Airlines links Guangzhou to Adelaide and Toronto

China Southern Airlines links Guangzhou to Adelaide and Toronto

China Southern Airlines launches three times weekly flights to both destinations.

Air India celebrates India-Spain non-stop route

Air India celebrates India-Spain non-stop route

Air India introduces three times weekly flights between Delhi and Madrid.

JetBlue Airways reaches 100 destinations with Havana launch

JetBlue Airways reaches 100 destinations with Havana launch

JetBlue Airways begins daily flights between New York JFK and Havana – the US airline’s 100th destination.


Aeroflot gains London Gatwick link

Aeroflot gains London Gatwick link

Aeroflot adds to its existing 25 times weekly London Heathrow service with a new service across town.

Sichuan Airlines gives Zhengzhou its first North American service

Sichuan Airlines gives Zhengzhou its first North American service

Sichuan Airlines starts twice-weekly service to Vancouver from Zhengzhou.

Singapore Airlines redirects Houston service via Manchester

Singapore Airlines redirects Houston service via Manchester

Singapore Airlines now serves Singapore and Houston non-stop from Manchester.


Iberia reintroduces Tokyo Narita to its network

Iberia reintroduces Tokyo Narita to its network

Iberia resumes Japanese connection for the first time in 18 years.

Air Moldova begins flying to Brussels

Air Moldova begins flying to Brussels

Air Moldova begins twice-weekly service between Chisinau and the Belgian capital.

Allegiant Air avoids Hurricane Matthew mayhem by launching seven routes

Allegiant Air avoids Hurricane Matthew mayhem by launching seven routes

Hurricane Matthew may have caused severe damage across the Caribbean and Florida, but it was not enough to stop Allegiant Air launching seven new routes, four of which connect to the Sunshine State.


Singapore Airlines starts Capital Express

Singapore Airlines starts Capital Express

Singapore Airlines starts flights to Canberra and Wellington, linking the two capital cities of Australia and New Zealand.

Nordica links Groningen to the world via Copenhagen

Nordica links Groningen to the world via Copenhagen

Nordica begins an 11 times weekly service between Copenhagen and Groningen – latter airport’s only hub connection.

Belavia becomes the first airline to serve Moscow Zhukovsky

Belavia becomes the first airline to serve Moscow Zhukovsky

Belavia is the first carrier to operate scheduled flights into the Russian capital airport, with it launching a daily link from Minsk.