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Airlines & airports

Philippine Airlines (PAL) says it has stopped flying shark fin cargoes

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Philippine Airlines joins a number of other Asia-Pacific carriers in taking a stand for marine conservation.

UK airports initiate new security checks

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Passengers leaving or entering UK, USA, Middle East and Africa more likely to be affected

Cathay Pacific named airline of the year

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First airline to win the award four times

Its Official: US Airports Suck

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US airports conspicuously absent from recent top 100 list

Qantas named world's safest airline

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Top ranking retained despite recent series of safety incidents

American Airlines deal creates world’s largest airline

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Deal is latest in a succession of US airline mergers

Garuda Indonesia bans transport of shark fins

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Commitment represents major step in curbing global shark fin trade.

Soon you may use your phone on planes

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An advisory committee formed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has recommending that most devices should be allowed as long as they are in airplane mode.

EU updates list of banned airlines

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The European Commission has updated on 10 July for the 21st time the European list of airlines subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the European Union, better known as "the EU air safety list".

Air New Zealand joins ban on shark fin cargo

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Air New Zealand have confirmed that the airline will no longer transport shark parts effective immediately. “Given the small quantity of this product that is offered for carriage and the difficulty of confirming whether the source is sustainable or not, the decision has been taken to no longer accept shark fin for carriage.”
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