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SAS announce huge route expansion plans

SAS' have announced their new winter program featuring new routes and more frequent departures for all of Scandinavia, domestic, intra-Scandinavian, European and intercontinental routes. SAS plan to:

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Additional Chinese Visa requirements

As of today, the Chinese Visa Application Service Centre in London will capture some applicants’ fingerprints on behalf of the Chinese Embassy, in accordance with Chinese laws and regulations. Applicants, aged between 14 and 70 inclusive applying for the following visa types are required to submit the application in person at the Visa Application Centre:

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British Airways introduce direct Durban service

British Airways will become the only carrier to operate a direct flight between Europe and Durban when it launches a three-times-weekly service from London Heathrow to the South African city on 29th October 2018.

The east coast city sits on a golden mile of sand, warmed by the Indian Ocean and frequented by dolphins. Durban is Africa’s busiest port and South Africa’s third largest city with a mesmeric overtone of African culture mixed with Indian and colonial influence.

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Go further with Virgin Australia

Virgin Atlantic has expanded its codeshare deal with Virgin Australia, creating more travel options between the UK and Australia – and giving customers the opportunity to travel around the world purely on Virgin airlines.

Virgin Atlantic passengers will be able to buy tickets now for flights from 2nd July flying to Sydney, connecting in Hong Kong onto Virgin Australia. The new Sydney service is in addition to Melbourne codeshare flights launched earlier this year.

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Emirates to launch a daily service to Edinburgh

Emirates, the largest international airline in the world, will arrive in Edinburgh later this year with the launch of an Emirates service to Dubai.

The daily year-round service will begin on the 1st October 2018 and will maintain and strengthen Scotland's busiest airport's links with the Middle East ahead of the departure of Etihad's Abu Dhabi route.

Edinburgh will become Emirates’ second destination in Scotland after Glasgow and its eighth in the United Kingdom after the airline starts its daily service to London Stansted in June.

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Turn a layover into a stayover with Qatar Airways

Explore the culture and attractions of Qatar with Qatar Airways' free Transit Visa and enjoy a complimentary stay at one of the many international hotels in Doha on your onward or return journey as you treat your family and loved ones to an extended vacation, courtesy of Qatar Airways and the Qatar Tourism Authority.

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Discover the World with Singapore Airlines A380 services

Discover the world, travel in unsurpassed comfort and enjoy the epitome of service excellence with Singapore Airlines A380 services. Singapore Airlines' fly from Singapore to London three times weekly.

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Flying Blue takes you further

Flying Blue, the frequent flyer program of Air France and KLM, rewards members with points called 'Miles', because that’s exactly what they represent, the actual number of miles you fly. So, the further or more often you fly, the more Miles you earn, simple.

There are two types of Miles: Award Miles and Level Miles. Level Miles determine your level in the Flying Blue programme: Ivory, Silver, Gold or Platinum. By joining Flying Blue you become an Ivory member and benefit from travel options at reduced rates and exclusive discounts even before you fly.

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Emirates introduces Dubai Home Check-in

Emirates has introduced Home Check-in, a new service which allows customers to check in for their flights from anywhere in Dubai. The service is available for customers across all classes travelling on Emirates flights.

The new service enables Emirates passengers to complete the security check and check-in from the comfort of their home, hotel or office and have their luggage transported to the airport prior to their flight.

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United in Scotland

United Airlines has been serving Scotland for almost 20 years and today offers its Scottish customers year-round nonstop flights from Edinburgh to its New York hub, Newark Liberty International Airport and on a seasonal basis from Edinburgh to Chicago and Glasgow to New York/Newark. United Airlines continues to grow the global route network with more choice and convenience to travel to United's popular US hubs and beyond, including the new upcoming route to Washington Dulles International.

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