As one of two growing airlines actually based at Brussels Airport, Brussels Airlines must constantly evolve its network and its service offering carefully in order to compete sensibly with the sizable forces now ranged against it at its only hub.

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Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. has became the world’s first certified ‘allergy-friendly’ airline, by meeting the criteria of the European Center for Allergy Research Foundation. In May, SWISS will introduce ground and in-flight products designed to make air travel more comfortable for allergy sufferers.

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Delta Air Lines is launching hourly, non-stop Delta Shuttle service between Los Angeles International and San Francisco International airports on September 3. The Delta Shuttle services on the Los Angeles-San Francisco route will offer 14 daily round-trips and a service product tailored to business travelers.

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Together with a new corporate tag-line displayed prominently on its aircraft exteriors, Japanese carrier ANA is introducing new in-flight services and standards in its premium-class cabins from September.

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Frontier Airlines will begin charging a fee for carry-on bags to passengers who buy discount tickets on the airline through all external booking channels, including third-party booking sites. This change will take effect this summer, according to Frontier Airlines, which says it will announce later this spring the start date for its new policy.

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From spring 2013 all Finnair aircraft will feature a ‘Marimekko for Finnair’ collection of textiles and tableware, featuring Marimekko’s classic patterns. The Marimekko for Finnair collection is designed to add a new dimension to the onboard experience and lighten the airline’s carbon footprint.

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Airberlin is a well-run, passenger-friendly, forward-looking airline, known in Europe for affordable fares. It flies to seven U.S. destinations: New York JFK, Chicago O’Hare (from March 2013), Fort Myers in Florida, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, and, in summer, San Francisco.

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American Airlines has launched an entrée reservations program, saying it has become the first U.S. airline to offer premium-class domestic passengers the opportunity to review menu options and pre-select their desired meals prior to departure of their flights.

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