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Aviation

IATA: Passenger Demand Accelerates in June

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baggage claimThe International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for June showing that demand (measured in total revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose by 7.8% compared to June 2017.

Aeroflot starts sales for flights to Nalchik

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aeroflot landingAeroflot has started selling tickets to Nalchik, the capital of the Kabardino-Balkaria region in southern Russia. Regular flights from Moscow to Nalchik will launch from 28 October 2018.

ACI: global passenger traffic grew by 5.6% in May

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flights schedule listAirports Council International (ACI) World reported global passenger traffic grew by 5.6% in May on a year-over-year basis. While this was close to one percentage point below its year-to-date growth figure, it remains a robust demonstration of resilience considering the global climate of increasing geopolitical tension.

Most popular destinations and busiest airports in Greece during the first half of 2018

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greece sunset restaurantAccording to the latest statistics, international arrivals are increased 14.6% at major airports (+18.0% ytd), and 8.4% increase at international road arrivals (+3.1% ytd). The SETE Intelligence's July 2018 Monthly Statistical Bulletin shows most popular Greek destinations and busiest airports in the country in the first half of 2018.

SWISS introduces program for doctors

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Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) has adopted the “Doctor on Board” programme of the Lufthansa Group. Doctors who register to participate in the programme are clearly indicated on the passenger lists of SWISS flights, and are personally welcomed aboard.

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airBaltic will continue to fly between Riga and Nice during the winter season

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Nice CoastLatvian airline airBaltic has made a decision to continue its flights connecting Riga and Nice also during the upcoming winter season. The route will offer travellers from Nice and Riga a convenient connection between the two cities until early January and then restart already in early March.

United to launch non-stop Washington, D.C. - Tel Aviv flights

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Telaviv City BeachUnited Airlines will begin a new nonstop flight between its hub at Washington Dulles International Airport and Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport starting May 22, 2019 - subject to government approval. The new flight will be the first to be operated by a U.S. carrier between the two cities.

United adds new Service to Mammoth Lakes from Denver and Los Angeles

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united b737Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes Tourism and United Airlines announced the addition of two new flights to Mammoth Lakes from United’s Denver and Los Angeles hubs. The new flights complement United’s existing seasonal service to Mammoth Lakes from San Francisco.

airBaltic Improves Hand Luggage Size Allowance

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The Latvian airline airBaltic has increased the size of the cabin bag each passenger is allowed to carry on board. The cabin bag can now reach 55x40x23 centimetres and is effective from August 1, 2018.

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