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Turkish Airlines has added a second Canadian destination to its flight roster. Montreal flights will be operated three times per week on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays in both directions.
With existing services to Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Toronto, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Washington and Boston, Montreal is Turkish Airlines' 10th destination in the Americas.
SAS will open its new Café Lounge concept at Trondheim and Tromsø Airport, Norway, in April and May respectively. SAS Café Lounges will complement existing SAS lounges and are designed for SAS' most frequent flyers.
This new lounge concept is designed to meet the needs of the most frequent flyers. Café Lounges will offer a dedicated and relaxing environment where SAS customers can spend time in and work effectively. The lounges will be located close to the departure gates and offer WiFi internet access, tea, coffee and pastries.
ANA will launch a new daily flight from Narita to Kuala Lumpur starting in September. The new service will allow passengers to make easier connections with flights to and from North America during the evening period at Narita.
Starting in July, ANA will also increase the number of flights on the Narita-Honolulu route.
Air New Zealand and Tourism New Zealand have launched a major joint campaign to encourage Japanese travellers to visit New Zealand between April and October.
The campaign, which aims to attract at least 7,000 additional visitors to New Zealand over the upcoming shoulder season, is being driven through a combination of marketing and PR activities including Japanese travel TV shows, newspapers, trade publications and digital channels.