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September 2018
Dear Customer,
As we celebrate our 10th anniversary this year, we are excited to welcome you to the latest issue of Applehouse Travel's monthly newsletter. In this month's edition learn about the launch of several new flight routes and the unveiling of new airport lounges; also, find out about Air Canada and United Airlines' Business Class products. We hope you find the information interesting and useful in managing your corporate travel better. Enjoy your reading!
Yours Faithfully,
The Applehouse Travel Media Team
Stansted reveals images of its new Arrivals terminal
  • Stansted airport is in the first phase of a reportedly £600 million transformation project with a brand new check-in zone, a restaurant to seat 350 people, and car parks for short-stay opening over the summer. The airport has revealed computer-generated images its forthcoming new arrivals terminal which will open in 2020. The images are the latest concepts from the architect Pascall+Watson which was selected to design the new £130 million terminal in March.
    Paul Willis, transformation director at the airport, said: "The arrivals terminal is the centrepiece of our £600 million transformation programme and these latest images really whet the appetite of what the new and improved London Stansted airport will look like when the facility opens in 2020".

Jet Airways adds more flights to Manchester-Mumbai route ahead of launch
Jet Airways, India's second largest airline has increased the frequency of its new route to Mumbai from Manchester, ahead of its launch in November this year. Originally intending to operate four flights per week, the airline has now said it will operate five flights a week using an Airbus A330, with both Business Class and Economy class available on all flights.

American Airlines to start London-Phoenix flights
  • American Airlines will begin flights between Heathrow and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Arizona from 31 March 2019. American Airlines' first transatlantic route from Phoenix, the flights will complement those operated by its partner British Airways. The service will be operated by the B7770-200 aircraft, which features the Flagship Business Class lie-flat seats equipped with Bose noise-cancelling headphones, bedding by Casper and elaborate menus.
Edinburgh Airport records busiest ever month
  • Edinburgh Airport, the UK's sixth busiest carrying around 13m passengers each year, had its busiest ever month on record in July, with more than 1.5m passengers travelling through the airport. The figure represents a rise of more than 6% on the same month last year.

    Gordon Dewar, Edinburgh Airport chief executive, said: "These are fantastic figures for the airport, for Edinburgh and for Scotland, and they show an increase in passenger demand of 60 per cent over the past 5 years - that is phenomenal growth and easily makes us one of Europe's fasting growing airports."
British Airways to expand London City services
  • British Airways will be expanding its services from London City Airport. The airline will be introducing four additional Embraer E190 aircraft to its London City fleet in 2019, bringing its total at the airport to 26. From 11 November, the British carrier will add a year-round service to Rome, as well as a fifth daily flight to Zurich on weekdays.

    Tom Stoddart, managing director of BA Cityflyer, said: "It is an exciting time for us at London City airport. The four new aircraft shows our commitment to giving our customers an even bigger range of destinations and flight times."
Qantas to refurbish its international lounges at Sydney, Auckland and Tokyo
  • Qantas' international first class lounge in Sydney will have 15% more seating while the Business Lounge will be redesigned to add 30% more seats and have a new signature dining experience for business class passengers, Gold-level frequent flyers and Qantas Club members. The airline will merge Auckland's existing Business Class and First Class lounges into a single space for all passengers. For the airline's Narita lounge, improved dining options among other works are being suggested.
Hobart Airport is refurbishing its departures lounge
  • Hobart Airport, Tasmania, Australia will soon start the massive refurbishment of its departures lounge. As per reports, the refurbishment is scheduled for completion by mid-December 2018, ready in time to accommodate higher number of passenger during the peak summer period. The refurbished lounge will have 170 additional seats, a bar and café, new food and beverage options and renovated amenities in the main departures area.
    Airport CEO, Sarah Renner said: "We appreciate the departures hall is in need of a refresh. Whilst planning is continuing for the longer-term redevelopment of our terminal, we will be completing our enhanced departures project prior to Christmas in order to deliver an improved customer experience over the peak season."
British Airways signs codeshare agreement with Indian carrier, Vistara
  • British Airways has extended its interline agreement with the Indian carrier Vistara to a full codeshare partnership, allowing seamless travel to flyers on the networks of both airlines. As part of the new agreement, Vistara customers travelling on the codeshare flights will now be able to check their bags straight through to the final destination in Europe, while BA passengers will be able to enjoy the same on destinations served by Vistara.
United Airlines offers enhanced business class flying and lounge experience
  • United Airlines' Polaris Business Class hopes to transform how business class travellers fly! From premier access check-in and boarding, chef-designed menus, award-winning wines and champagnes to 180 degree flat-beat seats providing 6'6" of sleeping space kitted out with Saks Fifth Avenue luxury bedding, flyers have a lot to look forward to on United Polaris® Business Class.
    Moreover, United Polaris customers have access to private lounges that feature extensive food and beverage choices, shower facilities, resting areas and more. United Polaris lounges offer a modern, elegant space to unwind, eat, relax and work.
    United Airlines offers unrivalled access to the U.S. with nonstop flights from four UK airports and onward connections to over 280 destinations across the Americas. United has nonstop flights from London Heathrow to many U.S. cities including Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
Air Canada unveils new Signature Class business class
  • Air Canada has introduced Air Canada Signature Service, its new end-to-end premium travel experience featuring the Air Canada Signature Class cabin, which was earlier known as International Business Class. Air Canada Signature Service ensures a seamless experience at the airport with dedicated check-in counters, expedited security clearance, lounge access, exclusive boarding lanes, priority baggage handling and more. On board, Air Canada Signature Class customers can enjoy exclusive service and amenities.
    Air Canada provides more daily non-stop flights UK to Canada than any other airline.

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