»»BA and JAL Start Codesharing on Routes Between London and Tokyo

British Airways and Japan Airlines have started London-Tokyo codeshare flights.
Both airlines, members of the oneworld alliance, will market each other’s services between London and Tokyo.

Also, aligned fares applicable for flights operated by British Airways and Japan Airlines on the routes between Tokyo and London, originating from either city, will be available from both airlines.

That will give passengers more flight options. They will be able to use a combination of BA and JAL in a single round-trip, choosing the itinerary that better suits their needs — i.e. BA one-way and JAL the other, or viceversa.

Reservations for the new codeshare flights will be possible starting from September 5, 2012, for travel from October 1st, 2012.
Aligned fares will also be offered starting from the same date.

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»»Qatar Airways To Start Non-stop Service Between Doha and Chicago

Beginning April 10, 2013, Qatar Airways will start daily non-stop service from Doha to Chicago.

The airline will use its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on the route, which features 335 seats in a two-class configuration of 42 seats in Business Class and 293 in Economy.

Business Class comes with a 2–2–2 configuration and offers seats that convert into fully-flat horizontal beds.
The Economy Class configured in a 3–3–3 layout offers a seat pitch of up to 34 inches.

Qatar Airways, which began operations to North America five years ago, already offers daily service to Houston (IAH), New York (JFK), and Washington (IAD).
Also, the carrier already operates twice-weekly cargo flights to Chicago O’Hare, with an approximate flying time of 15 hours.

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»»Hong Kong Airlines To Discontinue Flights To London

Hong Kong Airlines will be discontinuing its all-business class flights to London.

The economic uncertainty in Europe was the reason behind the carrier’s move, which will be effective from September 10, 2012.

The airline will provide every assistance for re-booking the flight.
Customers will also have the option to get a full refund.

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»»American Airlines Introduces Baggage Delivery Service

Beginning this week, American Airlines passengers will be able to have their baggage delivered directly to a destination they choose.

This baggage delivery service will be available at more than 200 airports in the United States and even at some airports abroad.

Passengers who want to use the service will have to pay a fee varying on delivery location and number, size and weight of the bags.

Prices: $29.95 to $49.95, depending on the amount of luggage, for locations up to 40 miles from the airport. An additional charge of one dollar a mile will be charged for locations further than 40 miles.
Delivery time: one to four hours; from four to six hours for destinations more than 40 miles away from the airport.

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»»New Nonstop Service Between Chicago and Beijing

China’s carrier Hainan Airlines announced it will begin nonstop service between Chicago O’Hare and Beijing in the second quarter of 2013.

The airline will fly four times per week on the route using Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
It will be the first Chinese carrier to give Chicago its first-ever regularly scheduled nonstop service to Beijing.

Earlier 2012, Hainan Airlines agreed to a codeshare alliance with American Airlines.

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