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Japan Airlines Flight 516 Fire at Tokyo Haneda, What We Know

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As reported by NHK news, a Japan Airlines aircraft caught fire at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport. Remarkably, all 379 passengers and crew safely evacuated the aircraft. Firefighters are still extinguishing the flames. Japan Airlines Flight 516 departed from New Chitose Airport in Hokkaido on 16.15 JST and caught fire after landing… 

Dubai Airshow: EGYPTAIR Orders 10 Airbus A350-900 Aircraft

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EGYPTAIR has announced an exciting development for its customers – adding new Airbus A350-900 aircraft to their long-haul fleet. The airline’s order for 10 of these advanced planes was announced during the Dubai Airshow. With the introduction of the A350-900s, EGYPTAIR aims to achieve several benefits. Firstly, these aircraft will… 

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Corendon’s New “Adult-Only” Zone: What You’ll Find Inside the Plane

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In a first-of-its-kind initiative, Dutch airline Corendon announced it will introduce an “Adult-Only” zone on its leisure flights between Amsterdam and Curaçao, starting November 3.

But is this decision a clever ploy by the leisure carrier to boost ancillaries, or will it benefit passengers? Let’s have a look inside the plane.

Philippine Airlines Signs MOU for 6 A350s as the Aircraft Struts its Wings at Singapore Airshow

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Airbus and Philippine Airlines announced at the Singapore Airshow a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for six A350-900s, with options for another six purchase which will support Philippine Airlines future long haul fleet.

Philippine Airlines further confirmed that its A350-900s will feature a premium three class layout and will operate on non-stop flights from Manila to the US west coast and New York, as well as new destinations in Europe.

The aircraft continues to grow in popularity around the world and Airbus reports is particularly popular among Asia Pacific carriers.

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