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Wizz Air launches Bacau base in W20

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Wizz Air in June 2020 announced new base launch in winter 2020/21 season, as the airline plans to introduce 12 new routes from Bacau in Romania....

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American Airlines NS21 Inter-continental changes as of 05JUL20

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American Airlines in the last few weeks filed changes to its planned Northern summer 2021 operation, on Inter-continental routes. As of 05JUL20,...

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Etihad re-opens global network

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Gulf carrier aims to “gradually” resume services with the goal of operating 45% of its pre-COVID capacity by August.

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LOT Polish Airlines outlines Summer 2020 LOTnaWakacje Holiday program

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LOT Polish Airlines last week unveiled “LOTnaWakacje” program, for summer 2020 season. The Star Alliance member’s holiday...

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Air Serbia resumes Italy service in July 2020

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Air Serbia in July 2020 plans to resume service to Italy, including Milan, Rome and Venice. Following operation is for the month of July 2020, as...

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WestJet removes planned Calgary – Rome service in S20

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WestJet in the last few days removed operational schedule for Calgary – Rome service, previously scheduled to commence in summer 2020...

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Wizz Air to open seventh Romanian base

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While many airlines are fighting for survival, Wizz Air is continuing its bold expansion plan with the opening of a seventh base in Romania.

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airBaltic S20 operation changes as of 11JUN20

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airBaltic in the last few days further revised planned summer 2020 operations, which sees the airline restores additional routes from Vilnius. The...

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Alitalia asked to rethink relaunch plan

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The Europrean Commission says an alternative plan is needed.

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United to ramp up international routes

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The airline's network will grow beyond London Heathrow, its only current international destination.

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