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KLM ERJ 190

KLM To Offer Rail Option Between Brussels And Amsterdam in 2020

On many occasions, environmentalists would comment that short haul routes are not climate friendly. This compounds when there are rail alternatives available that could shorten the total travel time. Recognizing environmental concerns, KLM will begin offering air-rail options starting March 29, 2020 for passengers looking to reduce carbon footprint.

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Airline Loyalty Programs

Airline Loyalty Programs Of Tomorrow Part 1 – Yesterday And Today

Airline loyalty programs have been around since the 1950s when airlines like United Airlines started tracking customer travels.  In this series of insights, we will examine how these programs evolved over the past 65 years and discuss future innovations for them to remain relevant and effective in an age where loyalty is fragmented and increasingly hard to maintain.
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Singapore Airlines Airbus A350-900

Singapore Airlines Reclaims Title With Singapore To Newark Flight

Singapore Airlines held the title for the world’s two longest flights between June 2004 to November 2013 when it operated non-stop from its hub in Singapore (SIN) to Newark, USA (EWR) and Los Angeles, USA (LAX) with specially configured four-engined Airbus A340-500 aircrafts. While this title have seesawed between Middle Eastern airlines over the past three years, the title returns to Singapore Airlines with the re-start of the Newark flight on October 11, 2018.
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