The relationship between Canada and the United Arab Emirates is softening amid media reports that the UAE may restrict Canada from using a military base in the UAE.
Canada will not allow Emirates Airline to operate more than six flights a week into Canada. Emirates says this is not enough capacity to handle the demand.
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Copyright Photo: Karl Cornil. Operated by Atlas Air, Boeing 747-47UF N415MC (msn 32837) prepares to land at Amsterdam.
Air Astana Boeing 767-306 ER P4-KCA (msn 27612) BRU (Karl Cornil), originally uploaded by Airliners Gallery.
Air Astana (Almaty) recorded a first half pre-tax profit of $33.5 million.
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Copyright Photo: Karl Cornil. Ex-KLM Boeing 767-306 ER P4-KCA (msn 27612) approaches Brussels for landing.
Delta Air Lines Airbus A330-323X N801NW (msn 524) AMS (Karl Cornil), originally uploaded by Airliners Gallery.
Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) yesterday launched the industry’s first social media ‘Ticket Window’ enabling bookings directly from its Facebook page and other social media sites. The Delta Ticket Window, along with a newly designed home page at delta.com introduced earlier this week, offers the first visual cues of the airline’s planned transformation in customer-facing technology.
Delta’s Ticket Window allows any of Facebook’s 500 million users to complete a full travel booking using a dedicated “tab” at facebook.com/delta without navigating to delta.com. Delta plans to expand its Ticket Window to other sites, including online banner ads to allow full booking capabilities within the airline’s advertisements.
The redesign of Delta’s home page is the first step toward a larger redesign which will continue to improve the online experience on delta.com and its affiliated technology, including airport kiosks, to offer more functionality to customers. The immediate home page changes include easier access to flight booking, status updates, online check-in and SkyMiles account information.
Copyright Photo: Karl Cornil. Airbus A330-323X N801NW (msn 524) approaches Amsterdam for landing.
RAK Airways Boeing 757-256 A6-RKA (msn 29311) BRU (Karl Cornil) (to resume operations), originally uploaded by Airliners Gallery.
RAK Airways (Ras Al Khaimah) is planning to restart scheduled operations before the end of the year with new Boeing 737-800s.
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Copyright Photo: Karl Cornil. RAK Airways previously operated Boeing 757-200s. 757-256 A6-RKA (msn 29311) prepares to land at Brussels.