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27 Jan
Qantas said on Tuesday it would remove fuel surcharges from its international flights but keep overall ticket prices the same, as chief executive Alan Joyce added that the fall in petrol prices was helping the airline's bottom line. The move means base prices will rise to absorb the surcharges, although the Australian flag carrier's frequent flyer passengers will benefit from the restructured ...
27 Jan
Tokyo stocks closed 1.72 percent higher Tuesday thanks to a weak yen, and after US and European markets rose on hopes Greece's new anti-austerity government will thrash out a fresh bailout deal with its ...
26 Jan
German rail operator Deutsche Bahn said Sunday it has been joined by several companies in a 2.9 billion euro ($3.2 billion) lawsuit against Lufthansa and other airlines for fixing air cargo prices. A Deutsche Bahn spokesman told AFP the companies involved in the lawsuit were "big corporations", but declined to give the exact number or their identities. The company had announced in December it ...
25 Jan
FlightStats,Inc., the leader in global flight data services, solutions and technology for the travel industry has released the winners for the 6th Annual Airline On-Time Performance Service Awards. (PRWeb January 25, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/01/prweb12468228.htm
25 Jan
The apparent execution of Haruna Yukawa, one of two Japanese hostages being held by Islamic State militants, marks one of the darkest moments in Japan's experience of kidnapping. Here are some key hostage crises that have embroiled Japanese nationals abroad in the past: September 1977: Five armed Japanese Red Army (JRA) members hijack a Japan Airlines plane with 156 people on board, en route ...
23 Jan
TOKYO - The deadline set by Islamic militants threatening to kill two Japanese hostages unless Tokyo pays a US$200 million ransom passed Friday with no news of their fate. Here are some key hostage crises that have embroiled Japanese nationals abroad in the past. September 1977: Five armed Japanese Red Army (JRA) members hijack a Japan Airlines plane with 156 people on board, en route from Paris ...
21 Jan
Over the next seven days, Bill Kizorek will circle the globe on oneworld, flying American Airlines, Japan Airlines, Cathay Pacific and British Airways. Reporting from Phoenix, Dallas, London, Barcelona, ...
31 Dec
Qantas faces greater competition on flights between Australia and Japan next year as speculation mounts that All Nippon Airways will resume flying on the Sydney-Tokyo route.
31 Dec
Qantas faces greater competition on flights between Australia and Japan next year as speculation mounts that All Nippon Airways will resume flying on the Sydney-Tokyo route after a long absence.
30 Dec
Tokyo/Bangkok, Dec. 30 (ANI): Alps Electric is a multinational corporation producing a variety of electric components such as units for car device, touch panels for smartphones, censors and switches.
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