WestJet and Korean Air have expanded their long-standing codeshare agreement with the placement of WestJet's codeshare on Korean's flights between both Toronto Pearson (YYZ) and Vancouver International (YVR) in Canada and Incheon International Airport (ICN) in Seoul, South Korea.
Cyprus Airways recently announced its ambitious plans for summer 2023 during which it said that it will operate to 11 confirmed destinations with a schedule of at least 43 weekly flights, new destinations, and flights to be announced soon. The Summer 2023 schedule will start on March 26.
United Airlines recently named Jonathan Ireland senior vice president of finance, overseeing the carrier's USD40 billion operating cost structure and USD5 billion capital budget, managing the business planning functions, and leading enterprise financial goal setting.
Cyprus Airways will start operating its winter flight schedule on October 30 with a planned 28 return direct weekly scheduled services to four key airports. Athens will be served with a double daily flight, whilst Tel-Aviv and Beirut will be served with six weekly services.
Delta Air Lines is expanding its South Africa network, introducing a new, seasonal ‘triangular’ route from Atlanta-Johannesburg-Cape Town-Atlanta starting December 02. The four-times-weekly route will complement nonstop service from both Cape Town and Johannesburg to Atlanta and mean both cities will have daily operations to the US by the end of this year.
Emirates, one of the largest international airlines, has 50 Airbus A350-900 aircraft on order with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2024.
Cyprus Airways recently announced its traffic results for this August confirming steady operational progress.
Ethiopian Airlines, one of the largest network operators in Africa has announced that it has finalised all preparations to commence a passenger flight to Amman, Jordan as of September 19, with a thrice weekly flight.
Jazeera Airways reverently announced a new direct service to the Qassim province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, operating four return flights weekly which commenced August 22 to the Prince Nayef Bin Abdulaziz International Airport in the province’s capital, Buraydah.