Airline & Terminal News

 

Second Swiss Chalet opens at Pearson

HMSHost yesterday held the grand opening of Swiss Chalet at Toronto Pearson International Airport in the pre-security departures level of Terminal 1.

ADAC launches quarterly magazine for airport

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) this month published the first issue of its own Abu Dhabi International Airport magazine - AUH - hailing it “the first airport magazine in the UAE and the Middle East.”

YYZ is location of first Freshii airport outlet

Freshii and SSP opened the newest Canadian location of the healthy food chain, and first airport location, at Toronto Pearson International Airport’s Terminal 3.

Qantas linking East-West domestic routes with widebodies

Qantas announced today it would deploy a 767 aircraft with new interiors and individual in-flight entertainment on all weekday flights between Brisbane and Perth starting at the end of March, and speed up deployment of its A330 service between Sydney and Perth by more than a month from its scheduled May start.

Snook named SVP Customer Service at American

American Airlines announced last week that Jonathan D. Snook will be Senior Vice President – Customer Service, managing all aspects of the customer experience – from reservations and airport operations to inflight service and baggage handling.

Common Use VIP lounge opens at SJC

Airport Lounge Development (ALD) has opened its fifth “common use” airport VIP lounge, this one at Mineta San José International Airport in Terminal A, across from Gate A15.

Changi program puts voucher bucks in hands of transiting passengers

Singapore Airlines and SilkAir passengers transiting in Singapore can participate in the recently introduced Changi Transit Programme.

First remodeled 777 flies for Austrian Airlines

The first Austrian Airlines long-haul 777 aircraft to feature the carrier’s completely remodeled long-haul cabin was scheduled to embark on its maiden flight January 9 from Vienna to Malé, capital of the Maldives.

United Airlines changes boarding process, increases boarding lanes

The airline has been testing this concept at a variety of airports including Chicago O’Hare, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, and New York.

AAPA calls 2012 a good year for aviation safety

According to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) 2012 was one of the safest years in aviation history.

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