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Icelandair to move to Heathrow Terminal 2

01/17/2015

News »  Published: 16/01/2015 - Filed under: News » Icelandair will operate out of London Heathrow Terminal 2 from March 25. The carrier, which is currently located in Terminal 1, flies twice daily service from the UK capital to Reykjavik and then on to 14 gateways in the US and Canada. The airline will next month begin a twice-weekly service to Birmingham (see news, April 2014). Andres Jonsson, Icelandair's UK general manager, said: "This move to Terminal 2 is great news for our passengers as they will get an even higher quality of service in a brand new state of the art terminal. "We are investing in our on-board experience too with wifi being installed across our fleet to enhance the passenger journey. "Icelandair continues growing its route network in… Read More


Aegean to launch Larnaca to Heathrow route

01/17/2015

News »  Published: 16/01/2015 - Filed under: News » Greek carrier Aegean Airlines will launch a new route from Larnaca to London Heathrow in March. The Star Alliance member's announcement follows last week's shutdown of Cyprus Airways (see news, January 12). It will commence the new daily service on March 29. Heathrow will be one of six new Aegean routes from Larnaca set to start on that date, the others being Beirut, Milan Malpensa, Munich, Paris Charles De Gaulle and Rome Fiumicino. The airline is also set to launch a new route from Gatwick to Heraklion, Crete, from June 21 with up to six flights per week during the summer season. Aegean already flies from Heathrow to Athens three times daily and also operates a four-times weekly Gatwick to Athens winter service.… Read More


Lufthansa A380: What you need to know

01/12/2015

News »  Published: 11/01/2015 - Filed under: News » Lufthansa received its first Airbus A380 in May 2010 and launched its maiden scheduled flight from Frankfurt to Tokyo the following month. The German carrier now has 12 superjumbos in its fleet with a further two on order. Following Lufthansa tradition, its first two A380s were named Frankfurt am Main and Munchen. Subsequent superjumbos were named after Star Alliance hub cities like Brussels, Tokyo and Beijing. Lufthansa currently deploys its A380s between Frankfurt and ten destinations - Houston, Miami, San Francisco, New York, Johannesburg, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Mumbai and Delhi. Eight of the airline's 12 A380s are in a three-class configuration accommodating 526 passengers; the remaining four have been fitted with Lufthansa's new fully-flat business seating and have the same layout, except for… Read More


AC Hotels By Marriott opens Copenhagen property

01/12/2015

News »  Published: 09/01/2015 - Filed under: News » Marriott International has opened an AC Hotels by Marriott property in Copenhagen. The 812-room AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen is located ten minutes by metro from the centre of the Danish capital. There is a free shuttle service to and from the airport and the hotel has its own metro stop. Each room contains a king-size bed and floor-to-ceiling windows, while free wifi is available throughout the hotel. There are 48 meeting rooms and direct access to the Bella Centre, Scandinavia's largest conference centre, which can accommodate up to 30,000 people. Drink and foor options include a lobby bar, the Balcony Restaurant serving Nordic classics and grills, and the Sky Bar serves cocktails and Nordic tapas and offers views of the… Read More


Vietnam Airlines to move from Gatwick to Heathrow

01/12/2015

News »  Published: 09/01/2015 - Filed under: News » Vietnam Airlines will move its London-bound services from Gatwick to Heathrow this summer. The national carrier operates two twice-weekly flights to the UK capital, one from Hanoi and the other from Ho Chi Minh, with a B777-200ER. From March 30, both routes will move to London Heathrow, reports airlineroute.net. The airline still plans to roster a B787 Dreamliner onto the services from July 1. Vietnam Airlines launched the first direct, nonstop flights between London and Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in 2011 (see news, December 2011). vietnamairlines.com Graham Smith Read more about... Bookmark with: Gatwick won't be happy about this, but great news that this route is being moved to LHR, won't be long before that route becomes daily, BA… Read More


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01/12/2015

TOP SECTIONS » Budget cuts and choosing safe airlines Putting your questions to corporate arrangers. This month — How can I be sure you select safe carriers?Read more » The biggest business travel stories of 2014 From new aircraft to long-awaited openings, Business Traveller looks back at last year's milestonesRead more » Restaurant check: The Grill at the Dorchester We review the hotel restaurant, which reopened in November following a six-month closure for a full revampRead more » Read More


Indonesia raises domestic fares ‘to boost airline safety’

01/10/2015

News »  Published: 08/01/2015 - Filed under: News » Domestic airline tickets in Indonesia could soon be more expensive. In a bid to improve airline safety in the aftermath of the Air Asia tragedy (see news, December 29), the government is reportedly "cracking down on the sale of cheap tickets for domestic flights to ensure airlines do not cut corners on safety". Local authorities are "raising the floor for economy class domestic flights with airlines prevented from selling tickets at less than 40 per cent of a ceiling price set by the [Transport] Ministry," reports Reuters. By raising fares, the Indonesian government hopes that the increased revenue will enable the airlines to improve their safety. But, of course, that is on the assumption that the extra cash will be used… Read More


Air Berlin joins the slimline club

01/10/2015

News »  Published: 09/01/2015 - Filed under: News » Air Berlin will follow in the footsteps of Lufthansa and British Airways when it introduces "slimline" seating across its Airbus A320 fleet from this spring. Germany's second airline will fit the seats on its short and medium-haul fleet. Details are sketchy at the moment, but the roll-out will finish in 2017. An Air Berlin spokesperson in Berlin told Business Traveller: "The Recaro-manufactured seats will be installed on our short and medium-haul fleet with the installation starting in the spring and will be completed in 2017." Seat pitch remains unchanged at 30 inches (the same as Lufthansa and BA), but Air Berlin claims the seat design allows for 1.5 inches more living space. There will also be a USB slot for passengers to… Read More


Cancellations at Abu Dhabi airport continue

01/05/2015

News »  Published: 03/01/2015 - Filed under: News » The disruption to Etihad Airways' operations as a result of severe fog on Saturday morning will continue until Monday, the airline says. In addition to flights cancelled or delayed today, Etihad Airways has published its restructured flight schedule for tonight (evening of Saturday 3 January / early hours of Sunday 4 January). Some 20 return flights have been cancelled, with a number of flights subject to revised times. Etihad says that passengers  originally booked on cancelled flights will be reallocated to later flights but is urging any passengers who can defer their travel to, from, or through Abu Dhabi, up to and including Tuesday 6 January, to rebook on later flights.  This can also be done through the global contact centres… Read More


US and Germany agree pre-clearance immigration

01/05/2015

News »  Published: 30/12/2014 - Filed under: News » US Customs and Border Protection has agreed a reciprocal arrangement between its US Global Entry programme and Germany’s Easy Pass. Both schemes allow expedited clearance for pre-approved, low-risk travellers. The Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Global Entry programme is available at 42 US airports and 12 pre-clearance locations, has more than 1.8 million members enrolled and approximately 50,000 new applications are filed monthly. Global Entry members are also eligible to participate in the TSA (Transport Security Administration) expedited screening programme. Germany’s Easy Pass is an automated border control system available to registered third-country nationals when entering Germany. Easy Pass uses e-gates as a simple, quick and convenient alternative to traditional border controls. US citizens, US nationals and US lawful permanent residents… Read More


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