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Currently, Singapore Airlines operates two of the flights with A380 superjumbos and one with a Boeing 777-300ER. From June 1, the third daily service will also be operated by an A380.

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American Airlines and British Airways have received approval from the Indian government to place American’s ‘AA’ flight code on British Airways’ flights from London to Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai.

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British Airways will begin offering four classes of cabin service on its route from London Heathrow to Moscow from March 25, when the airline introduces a daily Boeing 747-400 flight on the route, and two daily flights by Boeing 767-300ERs operated by its long-haul division.

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Virgin Atlantic Airways is launching a new, four-times-weekly seasonal route between Vancouver and London Heathrow Airport in May 2012 and in March 2012 is launching a second service between London Heathrow and San Francisco, operating three times a week.

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From June 23, Singapore Airlines’ customers from the Belgian city of Brussels can fly to Singapore and beyond via three European hubs through a codeshare agreement with SIA’s Star Alliance partner Brussels Airlines.

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Through their new transatlantic joint business arrangement, American Airlines and British Airways have created what BA describes as being effectively a transatlantic shuttle service on top U.S.-UK routes by aligning the timing of their summer schedules.

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Delta Air Lines and the Air France-KLM Group begin a sizable international-service expansion this week with new flights connecting Florida with London, Paris and Amsterdam.

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Both airlines’ inaugural services from the Japanese capital’s newly expanded gateway departed within minutes of one another on the morning of February 20, local time.

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The carrier begins nonstop service to Tokyo Haneda from Detroit and Los Angeles on February 19. Delta Air Lines will launch new routes from Boston and Miami to London Heathrow Airport on March 26.

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British Airways will operate Airbus A319s, A320s and A321s between Heathrow and Orly, each aircraft outfitted in two-class configuration.

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Delta Air Lines says the new flights will begin on March 27, 2011 and that it will announce final flight schedules and fares within the next week.

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Continental Airlines is inaugurating a fifth daily flight from its New York hub at Newark Liberty International Airport to London Heathrow Airport on October 30.

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British Airways will operate the service daily from June 1, 2011 between London Heathrow Airport and San Diego International Airport using Boeing 777-200ERs configured to offer three classes of service.

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The five-times-weekly service between Heathrow and Haneda will begin on February 19, 2011. British Airways will operate its Heathrow-Haneda round-trips with Boeing 777-200ERs outfitted in four-class configuration.

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Oneworld alliance members American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia have launched their new joint business on transatlantic routes and say the new business will give their customers increased access to cheaper fares, a bigger choice of flight times and easier connecting journeys.

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Star Alliance member and Lufthansa Group subsidiary British Midland International is launching a new, daily Airbus A319 service from London to Tripoli, the capital of Libya.

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Delta Air Lines has applied to the European Commission and the U.S. Department of Transportation for permission to operate twice-daily, year-round service between London Heathrow Airport and Boston, and daily year-round service between Heathrow and Miami.

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British Airways is helping travelers celebrate the 75th anniversary of Newcastle International Airport with a £1 round-trip fare, plus taxes, fees and charges, on its flights between Newcastle and London Heathrow.

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Introduction of the Boeing 787 to British Airways’ fleet from its 2012-13 financial year may allow it to launch non-stop service on routes to U.S cities which BA has not found commercially viable propositions to date, such as San Diego, says Simon Talling-Smith, executive vice president Americas for British Airways.

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