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Dubai became the first intercontinental destination for Uganda Airlines on October 04, with the arrival of its inaugural flight from Entebbe into Dubai International's Terminal 1.

Latvian airline airBaltic has recently launched direct flights between Dubai and Riga, Latvia.

Vietnam’s private carrier Bamboo Airways is working with IBS Software to power its passenger service system (PSS) and its fast-growing Bamboo Club loyalty programme, as it continues its focus on crisis recovery and enhancing the digital customer experience.

Kim Daenen has been appointed as the new head of corporate communications at Brussels Airlines, directly reporting to Peter Gerber, CEO of the company. She hereby succeeds Wencke Lemmes who has taken up the role of head of customer experience, product and marketing since May 15. In her new role, Wencke will remain responsible for public affairs and lobbying, a function she took on recently.

flynas, a Saudi Arabia air carrier,  has scored yet another remarkable achievement by winning two major Skytrax awards for 2021 as the Best Low-Cost Airlines in the Middle East 2021 (for the fourth consecutive year), and the Most Improved Airline in Middle East 2021.

Starting next spring, WestJet will provide guests with more options to connect from the airline's Toronto hub with new flights between Toronto and Dublin.

RwandAir and Qatar Airways have signed a comprehensive codeshare agreement to offer travellers more choice, enhanced service, and greater connectivity to more than 65 destinations across Africa and the rest of the world. As part of the deal, the Rwandan flag carrier will also launch new non-stop flights between their Kigali hub and Doha in December.

During a challenging period for tourism worldwide, Zela Aviation has announced its cooperation with Kenyan airline, Jambojet, operating Bombardier DHC-8Q400 aircraft.

Following increased signs of recovery across many European markets, Air Malta recently announced that it has brought forward its resumption of flights between Malta and London Gatwick to December of this year. The Airline had previously announced that it will start operations to the London airport in summer 2022.

Etihad Airways recently announced three new quarantine-free destinations for the coming winter season. This November, the airline will begin flying to Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa, and the beautiful Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar. The new additions to Etihad’s network mean the UAE’s national carrier will be operating to 70 destinations across 47 countries.