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MERIDIANA FLY
by: Ramsey Qubein

Meridiana Fly, the new union between the regional Italian carrier Meridiana and long-haul charter company Eurofly, continues to operate its seasonal service between JFK and Palermo and Naples [Napoli]. The service has heavy appeal to Italian expats and families living in the USA and stays popular as it is the only nonstop option between the US and these cities.
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American Airlines, Chicago to Helsinki
by: Anne Spiselman

American Airlines launched seasonal (May 1-October 29) nonstop service from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport to Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in 2011. It’s the second nonstop route from the USA to Finland, complementing oneworld partner Finnair’s existing JFK-HEL flight. In 2012, ORD-HEL service resumes April 1 and continues through October 30.
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American Airlines to Haneda
by: Christopher Pittman

Before the signing of a USA-Japan open skies agreement in 2010, US airlines were restricted to serving only Tokyo-Narita. American Airlines won one of four slots available at Tokyo-Haneda, more convenient to downtown.
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Aer Lingus
by: Trent Nickson

Cosseted and well fed flying from New York to Dublin with Aer Lingus.
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American Airlines to Beijing
by: Christopher Pittman

The new service to Beijing is part of an important shift for American Airlines to focus on its hub cities and strengthen international service, especially in Asia.
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Air New Zealand Business Premier
by: John Wegg

Business Premier is Air New Zealand's top-drawer long-haul product, one that matches the airline's reputation for superior service delivered in unique Kiwi-style.
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Babooflyer
by: Luigi Vallero

Baboo (FlyBaboo) is now flying to Rome twice a day with recently delivered 100-seat ERJ 190s. In only a few years, this dynamic Swiss company has built a solid reputation as a quality air carrier, providing a consistent and contemporary product for its customers.
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British Airways London City trans-Atlantic service
by: David C Forward

British Airways has launched all-business class service between London (City) and New York (JFK) using two new 32-seat Airbus A318s.
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American Airlines Means Business to Madrid
by: Christopher Pittman

May 1, 2009, saw the start of new daily nonstop service between Dallas/Fort Worth and Madrid, marking the most westerly origination for such flights from the USA to Spain. Airways sampled the new Madrid service in the business class cabin.
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American Airlines-Biz Flyer
by: Anne Spiselman

My connecting flight was late leaving Chicago. It was supposed to depart ORD at 1320 and arrive at AA’s new Terminal 8 at JFK at 1635, a comfortable hour before the departure for MXP. But as the scheduled departure time came and went, and we sat on the tarmac awaiting our turn to take off, I began to get anxious…
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‘A345’ Ultra-long-haul
by: Christopher J Varady

After trying to use ‘LH Miles & More’ points to fly in SQ’s ‘new Business Class’, I was half-disappointed, half-afraid to hear that the only flight available was its A340-500 ‘LeaderShip’ service. Later, the opportunity arose to sample Thai’s ‘A345’ ultra-long-haul experience.
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Austrian Airlines
by: Anne Spiselman

Austrian Airlines’s business class was on a par with some other carriers’ international first class, at least in my experience.
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British Airways (trans-Atlantic)
by: Luigi Vallero

To my great pleasure, the dedicated check-in desks in Area D for ‘Club World’ passengers were deserted. In no time I received my boarding pass, as well as all the information on how to go to the BA Lounge.
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Condor
by: Andreas Rohde

With its seasonal (northern summer), thrice-weekly service from Anchorage to Frankfurt, Condor offers the only nonstop link between Alaska and Europe.
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Delta Air Lines
by: Luigi Vallero

Sometimes travel plans simply don’t turn out as expected, and this was one of those days.
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British Airways
by: Trent Nickson

As most European airlines do not offer a continental business class product, the fact that British Airways does automatically puts the airline a step ahead of the competition.
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MiMa by Eurofly
by: Luigi Vallero

The new MiMa by Eurofly service offers a hip and unmatched experience that other carriers flying between Milan and New York City do not currently offer to their high-yield customers.
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Air Canada
by: Haas Mroue

Air Canada’s Executive Class is an excellent product for business travel and service is highly professional, blending European efficiency with North American friendliness.
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Etihad Airways
by: Haas Mroue

I checked in for this flight in Dubai [Dubayy], 90 minutes away from AUH. Etihad offers through check-in from Dubai provided you drop off luggage six hours before departure time. As the check-in location is close to most of the major hotels on Sheikh Zayed Road (Dubai’s Fifth Avenue), it is very convenient to check out of your hotel at noon, drop off your suitcase, and receive your boarding pass.
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