Singapore Airlines will launch non-stop flights from Singapore to San Francisco, California, on 23 October 2016. Air China will launch nonstop flights between Shanghai, China, and San Jose, California on 1 September.
Under a new agreement 20 flights a day will be allowed to link US cities with Havana, the Cuban capital. Up to 10 flights will also be allowed for flights linking the US with 9 other cities with international airports.
Northern California travelers flying to London, England, will soon have 3 airports to choose from : Oakland Airport, San Francisco Airport, and San Jose Airport as well as 2 in London: Gatwick and Heathrow..
Emirates Airline will add a 4th daily flight on 1 December 2015 between its hub at Dubai International Airport in the United Arab Emirates and Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand.
JetBlue Airways is making it possible for baseball fans to watch Major League Baseball (MLB) games free of charge on their laptops and supported smartphones and tablets thanks to the MLB.com At Bat mobile app.
Etihad Airways will spread its wings to Hong Kong International Airport on 16 June 2015, the airline's 4th travel destination in Greater China. The route will link Hong Kong with the airline's hub at Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where passengers can transfer to travel destinations throughout Africa, the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East.
With 16 extended range Boeing 777-300ERs on order, can Aeroflot Russian Airlines start to challenge dominance of Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar in East-West travel market?
Qatar Airways launches a new route linking its Doha hub with Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. It is the Middle Eastern airline's 34th European travel destination. Service begins 16 June.
Qatar Airways will spread its wings in 2016, adding 3 US travel destinations to its growing global network: Atlanta, Georgia; Boston, Massachusetts; and Los Angeles, California.
Low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacific spreads its wings, with the launch of non-stop flights between Hanoi and Hong Kong on 7 September 2015. Flights will initially operate 4 times a week.