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Toronto Pearson’s Airport to go through a food and beverage concession revolution

Toronto Pearson’s Airport to go through a food and beverage concession revolution

Toronto’s busy Pearson International Airport have announced that they are making major changes in their food and beverage concession set up, with a number of new dining option plans open by international restaurant concessionaire, Host Marriott Services Corporation, generally known as HMSHost. Among the brands to be opened by HMSHost at Pearson International Airport are

Ryanair signs an $11 billion deal to buy 100 Boeing 737s

Ryanair signs an $11 billion deal to buy 100 Boeing 737s

Expansion Ryanair have confirmed their decision to acquire a minimum of 100 of Boeing’s second generation short-haul aircraft designed to seat up to 200 people, which a spokesman for Ryanair, Europe’s largest budget airline disclosed as be a “game-changer”. The recent announcement marks the culmination of years of persuasion by Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s CEO, to


Scandinavian Airlines’ Houston to Stavanger route gets underway

Scandinavian Airlines’ Houston to Stavanger route gets underway

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) recently instigated their non-stop service between Houston, Texas and Stavanger- the only airline in the world to operate the route between the two oil cities. Flights between the two cities will be made using Boeing 737-700 aircraft, fitted with 44 lie-flat business-class seats arranged in a 2-2 configuration, making for ample comfort

JetBlue Airways open a new route between Washington DC and Jacksonville, Florida

JetBlue Airways open a new route between Washington DC and Jacksonville, Florida

JetBlue Airways have recently announced their plans to instigate a new, non-stop route operating between Washington, D.C. and Jacksonville, Florida. The new route will get underway on December 18th and will operate twice daily. Flights from Reagan National airport in Washington, D.C. will depart at 9:25. and 16:10 respectively, and are scheduled to arrive at


Air China release details of their latest First- and Business-Class meal options for their Paris Routes

Air China release details of their latest First- and Business-Class meal options for their Paris Routes

Air China continues to expand on their international scene by announcing that they have added the choice of a number of French cuisine gourmet meals to their in-flight dining menus on international flights between China and France. The menu has been created as a result of a partnership recently formed between Air China and internationally

IFA 2014 opens in Berlin in September- signalling the start of the Autumn exhibition season

IFA 2014 opens in Berlin in September- signalling the start of the Autumn exhibition season

“Internationale Funkausstellung” of IFA to give the exhibition its more widely known title is scheduled to open its doors at the famous Messe exhibition grounds in Berlin, Germany from Friday the 5th of September, wrapping up on Wednesday 10th. IFA is regarded as being among the World’s most influential global trade show for consumer electronics

Finnair to launch their Premium Economy Class

Finnair to launch their Premium Economy Class

Finnair, the flag carrier and largest airline of Finland have unveiled their plans to launch a premier economy class to the marketed under the name of Economy Comfort. Economy Comfort will be available for passengers starting from the autumn on long-haul flights. The new Economy Comfort section will offer seats with an additional four inches