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    FCO more non-European eGates

    Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) in the last two months has been expanding the number of extra-European countries accessing its eGates. The USA was the first in early June and Canada the latest several days ago. Australia, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea were added previously. FCO is currently...
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    $20 Changi Airport Voucher

    Have a Changi Airport Dollars $SGD20 Cosmetics & Perfumes and Liquor & Tobacco voucher to be used by end of March 2017. Anyone who would like it please PM me asap. Cheers
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    FCO gates G, H now E

    On the 1st of December there was a renaming of boarding gates at Rome's Fiumicino Airport. Gates G - H have now been denominated as E. The change has taken place in view of the impending opening of a new boarding area at Terminal 3, scheduled for the end of the year. During the transition...
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    Aegean Airlines Miles+Bonus introduces miles purchase

    Aegean Airlines have introduced a new service for Silver and Gold members of Miles+Bonus frequent flyer programme where you can now purchase award and tier miles to top up your balances. From Aegean Airlines Miles+Bonus website: Cheers
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    Lufthansa launches new pricing concept for Europe

    Lufthansa will introduce three tiers of Economy Class from 1 October 2015: ‘Light’, ‘Classic’ and ‘Flex’, for domestic and European flights. Quoted from Travel Weekly. Cheers
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    Thai carriers face ban to US

    According to reports in today's Bangkok Post and The Nation, Thai Airways International and Bangkok Airways are facing flying bans to the United States. The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been investigating the Thai aviation sector after an ICAO downgrade on June 18. The FAA has...