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News Article | May 26, 2017
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OpenJaw Technology has moved its t-Retail platform to Amazon AWS and introduced a range of new features including a booking engine and a marketing tool, all with a China focus. CEO Kieran Branagan launched the new “t-Retail Cloud” at its travel summit in Dublin this week. He  said the move would help airlines “unshackle themselves from inflexible vendors” and that the software-as-a-service model would open up its products to mid-tier airlines. Its API-first approach in developing the components and new features also means that it can bring airlines onto the platform more quickly now that it is on AWS. And another key part of its thinking is focusing developments on China. In a session at the summit which highlighted the role of its Project X innovation team, OpenJaw’s co-founder Sean Mac Roibeaird said “If it doesn’t work in China, it doesn’t work.” Chief technology officer Brian Lewis explained that the “re-platforming” of t-Retail was basically to make sure that everything on offer worked for Chinese customers but could also be adapted, where appropriate, for the international market. “An example of this is the level of self-service, on mobile devices and social channels, that Chinese travellers expect to be able to do once they’ve booked their seat. Not all international airlines need this, but we build it so that it is available if asked for.” OpenJaw was bought by Travelsky a year ago and has been expanding its business in China, building on its relationship with airlines such as Hainan which predated the Travelsky acquisition. At the summit Openjaw confirmed three new Chinese airline customers: Shenzhen Airlines, currently carrying 25 million passenger a year to 74 destinations across Asia; Sichuan Airlines, carrying 20 million domestic passengers a year; and low-cost scheduled and charter operator China United Airlines. Hong Kong Airlines – six million passengers a year – has also signed up. OpenJaw is also creating a new Chinese research and development centre in Dalian which will employ 100 people. Closer to home there will be 50 new jobs at its Dublin and Galway sites. Last week OpenJaw unveiled t-Social, which is one of the five components to the new t-Retail Cloud. t-Social is run in partnership with Ludex and based on Ludex’s position as an IBM Watson Ecosystem  partner. At the summit, OpenJaw demo-ed how t-Social can be used to create an interface with Amazon Alexa. It also talked about how Ludex can tap into Watson’s “Personality Insights” tool to allow airline customers to gauge the “emotional tone and intent” of what customers are saying on Twitter and then integrate this into “a social customer care dashboard”. Another component to the t-Retail Cloud is t-Data. OpenJaw now has chief data scientist, Dr. John Carney, who is developing “a propensity engine” within the t-Retail Cloud which uses machine learning to rank how likely it is that a specific traveller will buy a specific basket of travel products, leading to what he described as “super-personalisation”. Elsewhere, t-Marketing is a component which, Branagan said, “fills the digital marketing gap” and allows clients to promote their merchandised offers more efficiently, potentially reducing reliance on agencies and/or minimising internal costs. t-Supplier meanwhile promises to bring supply partners into the systems more quickly by creating a unified API. The final component is an “out-of-the-box” internet booking engine which allows airlines customers to have their own transactional platform, handled and maintained by OpenJaw and hosted in the cloud. OpenJaw will still offer its core platform to big airlines, carrying out one-off integrations on a bespoke basis and allowing these clients to add their own or third-party booking engine. DISCLOSURE Author’s attendance at the event was supported by OpenJaw.


News Article | February 28, 2017
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BEIJING, Feb. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hainan Airlines Sales Co. Ltd (HNA Sales), a subsidiary of HNA Group, recently deployed an Employee Travel Service system to manage internal business travel of the company. The ETS system, developed and implemented by Baoku Online Inc. (Baoku), is an important tool that helps make the company's business travel automated, transparent and intelligent. Baoku is the leading business travel management company in China. With nearly a decade of experience in the arena, Baoku offers its enterprise clients a cloud-based, end-to-end SaaS solution platform on demand, covering internal process management, supply chain management, booking & reservation, payment and clearing services, data services, and a shared service center for business travelers. Over the years, Baoku has helped thousands of clients including Asiainfo, Sohu.com, China Construction Bank, and China Foods to improve travel efficiency and save cost. Baoku also developed application software for major Chinese airlines and TMCs such as Air China, Shenzhen Airlines, Shandong Airlines, and Sichuan Airlines, and Hainan Airlines. Based on B/S architecture, the ETS system of HNA Sales can support complex organizational structure with up to 200,000 employees' business travel. The system includes a user interface and an administrator interface. Employees can book airtickets and hotels, make payments (cash payment or monthly settlement), reimburse expenses and analyze travel data via user interface. It also supports financial report downloads and data statistics. The administrator interface is designed for call center agents, account managers and administrators, with the functions of manual booking & reservations, order processing, information setting & modification, budget, and personnel management, etc. The operation processes will be much simpler than before, and the user experience a lot smoother. HNA Group has grown very quickly in the past few years. The Implementation of Employee Travel Service system is expected to contribute to the overall business management of HNA Sales. For further information, please contact: To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/baoku-helps-hna-sales-company-build-world-class-travel-management-capabilities-300413761.html


News Article | November 28, 2016
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BEIJING, Nov 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Baoku Online Inc. (Baoku), the leading business travel and expense management company headquartered in Beijing, China, has recently received series-A funding from Matrix Partners China, following an earlier strategic investment in 2014 from CBC Capital and Asiainfo-Linkage. With nearly a decade of experience in business travel management, Baoku revolutionizes the way business travel has been traditionally (and inadequately) managed by launching a cloud-based SaaS solution platform that weaves together enterprises' internal process and suppliers' (and intermediaries') reservation processes. Enterprises have long been challenged by a disjointed internal travel process by having to deal with various suppliers' (airlines, hotels, etc.) different processes and systems (reservation, payment, etc.). As a result, among other issues, enterprises lack the complete data needed to manage their internal processes as well as their suppliers. User experience (of the whole travel process) for their business travelers has also long been a source of employee dissatisfaction. Unlike other solution providers who strive to resolve parts of the challenge, Baoku offers its enterprise clients a one-stop, end-to-end SaaS solution on demand, covering internal process management, supply chain management, booking and reservation, payment and clearing services, data services, and a shared service center for business travelers. Using Baoku, a business traveler can initiate a request for travel, receive his/her manager's approval, make reservations, claim expenses, receive approval, and more, all through one system. Finance and Support departments can monitor suppliers' performance, collect complete data, improve payment efficiency and perform analysis that helps to improve the quality of future travel-related decisions. Baoku was able to achieve this because of its vision and ability to combine its deep insight in business travel gained over the years with technologies offered by the Internet. Over the years, Baoku has developed application software for major Chinese airlines and TMCs including Air China, Shenzhen Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Shandong Airlines, and Sichuan Airlines. "Business travel spending in China is reaching USD 300 billion in scale in 2016, surpassing the US market," said Michael Zuo, Partner, Matrix Partners China. "Baoku Online has been leading the industry to transform and grow in the past 8 years. We believe that Baoku has the potential to become a world-class player." For further information, please contact: To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/baoku-raises-funds-from-matrix-partners-china-300368614.html


— Navigation satellite system or satnav is a system of satellite which provide which provide autonomous geo-spatial positioning. In general terms it helps the electronic receiver devices to determine their location by receiving the geo-spatial frequencies. In United States, this market is been growing very rapidly as US has their own GNSSs (global navigation satellite system) name NAVSTAR GPS. Currently this market is growing with the CAGR rate For the better understanding of the report, this market has been segmented on the basis of application & technology. Applications of GNSS include- Agriculture, Aviation, Location-based services (LBS), Maritime, Road, Rail, Surveying and Timing and synchronization. By Satellite technology market has been segmented as Global constellations and Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS). Global Constellations includes- GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou. Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems includes- EGNOS (Europe), WAAS (North America), GAGAN (India) and MSAS (Japan). Rockwell Collins (US) Qualcomm Technologies International Ltd. (US) AgJunction, Inc. (US) Garmin Ltd. (Switzerland) Furuno Electric Co Ltd. (Japan) Hexagon (Sweden) Raytheon Company (US) Topcon Corporation (Japan) Trimble Navigation Ltd. (US) Rockwell Collins (US) TomTom NV (Netherlands) Industry News In July, 2016, Department of Transportation (USA) calls for more testing of GPS receivers for Adjacent Band Compatibility. On 5th July 2016, Rockwell Collins has been selected by the China based Shenzhen Airlines for advancement in avionics. In July, 2016, ARL (The U.S. Army Research Laboratory) has entered into collaboration with Raytheon Company to develop next generation radar. Test the market data and market information presented through more than 195 market data tables and figures spread over 145 numbers of pages of the project report. Avail the in-depth table of content TOC & market synopsis on “US Global Navigation Satellite System Market Research Report- Forecast to 2027.’’ To provide detailed analysis of the market structure along with forecast of the various segments and sub-segments of the US Global Navigation Satellite System Market To provide insights about factors affecting the market growth To analyze the GNSS market based on various factors- price analysis, supply chain analysis, porter’s five force analysis etc. To provide historical and forecast revenue of the market segments and sub-segments with respect to four main geographies and their countries- North America, Europe, Asia, and Rest of the World (ROW) To provide country level analysis of the market with respect to the current market size and future prospective To provide country level analysis of the market for segment, by application, by satellite technology and sub-segments. To provide strategic profiling of key players in the market, comprehensively analyzing their core competencies, and drawing a competitive landscape for the market At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Services. For more information, please visit https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/us-global-navigation-satellite-system-market-research-report-forecast-to-2027


News Article | December 5, 2016
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A Turkish Airlines, considerada 'A Melhor Companhia da Europa' pela sexta vez consecutiva, segundo o ranking Skytrax 2016, apresenta o novo website em português. Com layout prático e intuitivo e alta qualidade visual dos destinos para onde a companhia aérea voa, a plataforma traz aos usuários brasileiros uma melhor experiência de navegação. A nova tecnologia torna mais fácil e rápido os processos para compra de passagens, check-ins e o acesso às aplicações do Miles & Smiles, com o reconhecimento de datas personalizadas, dados dos cartões de crédito e informações de passageiros que viajam juntos. Novas funcionalidades também possibilitam aos passageiros trocar bilhetes, fazer cancelamentos e solicitar reembolsos diretamente pelo site. Além disso, o sistema mostra o aeroporto mais próximo para o destino selecionado e oferece fácil acesso a acomodações, pacotes de seguros e serviço de aluguel de carros. Também criado para gerar conteúdo personalizado e apresentar oportunidades de desconto em bilhetes com a aplicação do Promocode, o lançamento da nova plataforma confirma o compromisso da Turkish Airlines em trazer continuamente serviços de alta qualidade, com o objetivo de alcançar a plena satisfação dos passageiros. Fundada em 1933 com uma frota de cinco aeronaves, membro da Star Alliance, a Turkish Airlines é uma companhia aérea de quatro estrelas, hoje com uma frota de 336 aeronaves (passageiros e carga) que voam para 292 destinos em todo o mundo com 243 voos internacionais e 49 domésticos. Segundo a pesquisa Skytrax de 2016, a Turkish Airlines foi escolhida a "Melhor Companhia Aérea da Europa" pelo sexto ano consecutivo e "Melhor Companhia Aérea do Sul da Europa" pela oitava vez consecutiva. Depois de ter recebido o prêmio "Melhor Serviço de Bordo da Classe Econômica", em 2010, a Turkish Airlines também ganhou o prêmio Skytrax de "Melhor Serviço de Bordo da Classe Business" do mundo em 2013. Este ano, a companhia foi premiada mais uma vez como "Melhor Restaurante em Lounge de Classe Executiva" e "Melhor Serviço de Refeição em Lounge de Classe Executiva". Mais informações sobre a Turkish Airlines podem ser encontradas nos sites: http://www.turkishairlines.com / http://www.flyturkish.com.br. A rede Star Alliance foi fundada em 1997 como a primeira aliança de linhas aéreas realmente global a oferecer alcance mundial, reconhecimento e serviço inigualável para viajantes internacionais. A sua aceitação pelo mercado tem sido referendada por numerosos prêmios, incluindo o Air Transport World Market Leadership Award e o Best Airline Alliance, ambos concedidos pela Business Traveller Magazine e pela Skytrax. As companhias aéreas membros são: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air India, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines, Austrian, Avianca, Avianca Brasil, Brussels Airlines, Copa Airlines, Croatia Airlines, EGYPTAIR, Ethiopian Airlines, EVA Air, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, SWISS, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, THAI e United. Ao todo, a rede da Star Alliance oferece mais de 18.500 mil voos diários em 1.330 aeroportos em 192 países.


Mit einer der jüngsten Flotten der Welt führt Turkish Airlines neue Ziele ein - und hat dabei die Jugend im Blick. Turkish Airlines, gemäß den aktuellen Skytrax-Ergebnissen "Europas beste Fluglinie" seit sechs Jahren in Folge, die mehr Länder anfliegt als jede andere Gesellschaft, wächst weiter mit der Hinzufügung neuer Ziele zu seinem expandierenden Netzwerk. Zu den bestehenden Services nach Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Bogota, Panama, Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Washington, Boston, San Francisco, Miami und Atlanta hat Turkish Airlines jetzt Flüge nach Havanna und Caracas als seine Ziele Nummer 16 und 17 auf dem amerikanischen Kontinent hinzugefügt. Der Jungfernflug von Istanbul wurden mit einem Salut mit der Wasserkanone auf beiden Flughäfen gefeiert. An der Zeremonie nahmen Mehmet Buyukeksi, Vorstandsmitglied von Turkish Airlines, und die hochrangigen Beamten der Republik Kuba und der Republik Venezuela neben diplomatischen Vertretern, geladenen Gästen und Medienvertretern sowie Mitarbeitern von Turkish Airlines teil. Mehmet Buyukeksi sagte: "Unsere türkische Fluggesellschaft fliegt jetzt Havanna und Caracas an, wichtige Punkte für unsere lateinamerikanische Expansion, und platziert sich damit an vorderster Front, um die Distanz für interessierte Reisende zu verkürzen, die mit vielerlei Erwartungen zur größten Antilleninsel fliegen. Die Eröffnung unserer Gateways in Havanna und Caracas bedeutet außerdem, dass wie jetzt unsere preisgekrönten Services erbringen können, die internationales Reisen in der Region für sowohl Geschäftsreisende als auch Urlauber einfacher und komfortabler machen." Mit den neuen Zielen wird gleichzeitig das Projekt "Bridging Youth" gestartet, eine Initiative zur unternehmerischen Verantwortung von Turkish Airlines. Im Rahmen dieser Initiative erhielten vier Universitätsstudenten aus der Türkei mit unterschiedlicher Herkunft kostenlose Tickets nach Havanna für eine Reihe kultureller Aktivitäten einschließlich geführter Stadttouren mit ihren kubanischen Reiseführern. Die jugendlichen Besucher werden ihre erinnerungswürdigen Momente und Fotos ihrer Reise auf den Social-Media-Konten von Turkish Airlines teilen. gehen drei Flüge pro Woche, am Dienstag, Donnerstag und Sonntag, von und nach Havanna and Caracas. Der Flugplan für die Zielorte Havanna und Caracas  ab dem 20. Dezember; Einführungspreise für Hin- und Rückflüge sind verfügbar für Istanbul nach Havanna - der Hauptstadt und größten Stadt Kubas - und nach Caracas - der Hauptstadt und größten Stadt Venezuelas. Um mehr über die Flugpläne und Preise zu erfahren, besuchen Sie http://www.turkishairlines.com, rufen Sie das Callcenter unter +90 212 444 0849 an oder besuchen Sie eine Verkaufsstelle von Turkish Airlines. Darüber hinaus wird für die ersten sechs Monate des Flugbetriebs zu diesen neuen Zielen ein Sonderangebot für Miles&Smiles-Mitglieder mit einer 25-prozentigen Reduktion der erforderlichen Meilen angeboten, um entweder Bonustickets oder Upgrades einzulösen.* Die brandneuen Services ab Jose Marti International Airport und Simon Bolivar International Airport werden auch Passagiere verbinden, die von Havanna und Caracas 102 weltweite Ziele, einschließlich Paris, London, Madrid, Rom, Moskau, Barcelona, Beirut, Guangzhou, Porto, Frankfurt, Shanghai, Hongkong, Peking, Zürich, Amsterdam, München, Kopenhagen, Berlin und Wien anfliegen. * Turkish Airlines behält sich das Recht vor, diesbezüglich Änderungen vorzunehmen. Das Star-Alliance-Mitglied Turkish Airlines wurde 1933 mit einer Flotte von fünf Flugzeugen gegründet und ist heute eine 4-Sterne-Fluglinie mit einer Flotte von 334 Flugzeugen (Passagier- und Frachtmaschinen), die 295 Zielorte weltweit und 49 im Inland anfliegen. In der Skytrax-Umfrage von 2016 erhielt Turkish Airlines zum sechsten Mal in Folge den Titel "Europe's Best Airline" und zum achten Mal in Folge den Titel "Best Airline in Southern Europe". 2010 hatte Turkish Airlines den weltweiten Titel "Best Economy Catering Service", 2013 und 2014 den weltweiten Titel "Best Business Catering Service" und in der letztjährigen Umfrage die Titel "Best Business Class Lounge Dining" und "Best Business Airline Lounge" erhalten und wurde auch in diesem Jahr wieder für die "Beste Business Class Dining Lounge" und das "Beste Business Class On-Board Catering" weltweit ausgezeichnet. Weitere Informationen über Turkish Airlines finden Sie auf der offiziellen Website http://www.turkishairlines.com oder den Social-Media-Konten auf Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Linkedin und Instagram. Das Star-Alliance-Netzwerk wurde 1997 als erste wirklich globale Fluglinien-Allianz gegründet, um internationalen Reisenden ein globales Streckennetz, gegenseitige Anerkennung des Vielfliegerstatus und nahtlosen Service zu bieten. Seine Marktakzeptanz schlug sich in zahlreichen Auszeichnungen nieder, darunter dem Air Transport World Market Leadership Award und dem Titel "Best Airline Alliance" sowohl vom Business Traveller Magazine als auch von Skytrax. Folgende Fluglinie sind Mitglied der Allianz: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air India, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines, Austrian, Avianca, Avianca Brasil, Brussels Airlines, Copa Airlines, Croatia Airlines, EGYPTAIR, Ethiopian Airlines, EVA Air, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, SWISS, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, THAI und United. Insgesamt bietet das Star-Alliance-Netzwerk derzeit über 18.450 Flüge täglich zu 1.300 Flughäfen in 190 Ländern.


Avec l'une des flottes les plus récentes au monde, Turkish Airlines lance de nouvelles destinations en tenant également compte des jeunes. Turkish Airlines, « Meilleure compagnie aérienne d'Europe » pour la sixième année consécutive selon les récents résultats de Skytrax, et proposant des vols vers plus de pays que n'importe quelle autre compagnie aérienne, continue de se développer en ajoutant de nouvelles destinations à son réseau en constant développement. Avec des services actuels vers Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Bogota, Panama, Toronto, Montréal, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Washington, Boston, San Francisco, Miami et Atlanta, Turkish Airlines vient d'ajouter des vols vers La Havane et Caracas qui deviennent ses 16e et 17e destinations vers les Amériques. Le vol inaugural en partance d'Istanbul a été salué par des jets d'eau dans les deux aéroports, avec une cérémonie honorée par M. Mehmet Buyukeksi, membre du conseil d'administration de Turkish Airlines, et les hauts fonctionnaires à la fois de la République de Cuba et de la République du Venezuela, en présence de représentants du corps diplomatique et protocolaires et des médias, ainsi que des représentants de Turkish Airlines. M. Buyukeksi a déclaré : « Notre compagnie nationale estime que La Havane et Caracas sont des points essentiels dans son expansion en Amérique latine. Elle se positionne donc en pionnière afin de raccourcir les distances pour les voyageurs qui arriveront avec toutes sortes d'attentes dans la plus grande île des Antilles. L'ouverture de nos portes vers La Havane et Caracas signifie également que nous serons désormais en mesure de fournir nos services primés. Ceux-ci rendront les voyages internationaux plus faciles et pratiques, tant pour les voyageurs d'affaires que pour les touristes dans cette région. » Lancé également avec les nouvelles destinations, le projet « Bridging Youth », une initiative de responsabilité d'entreprise de Turkish Airlines, a démarré rapidement, puisque quatre étudiants universitaires de Turquie et de divers horizons ont reçu des billets gratuits pour La Havane, en vue d'effectuer une série d'activités culturelles incluant des visites guidées de la ville avec leurs hôtes cubains. Les jeunes visiteurs partageront leurs mémorables moments et les photographies de leur voyage sur les comptes de réseaux sociaux de Turkish Airlines. les vols vers La Havane et Caracas décolleront 3 fois par semaine les mardis, jeudis et dimanches, dans les deux directions. Horaires des vols pour La Havane et Caracas programmés à partir du 20 décembre ; Tous les horaires sont indiqués en heure locale. Les tarifs de lancement aller-retour sont disponibles d'Istanbul à La Havane (la capitale et plus grande ville de Cuba), et vers Caracas (la capitale et plus grande ville du Venezuela). Pour consulter le calendrier des vols et les tarifs, veuillez visiter le site http://www.turkishairlines.com, contacter le centre d'appel au +90 212 444 0849 ou vous rendre dans une agence de Turkish Airlines. Par ailleurs, pour les 6 premiers mois d'exploitation de ces nouvelles destinations, une offre spéciale est proposée aux membres Miles&Smiles, avec une réduction de 25 % des miles nécessaires pour le rachat des billets ou des surclassements.* Au départ de l'aéroport international Jose Marti et de l'aéroport international Simon Bolivar, les nouveaux services permettront également aux passagers décollant de La Havane et Caracas de rejoindre l'une des 102 destinations mondiales desservies, dont Paris, Londres, Madrid, Rome, Moscou, Barcelone, Beyrouth, Canton, Porto, Francfort, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Pékin, Zurich, Amsterdam, Munich, Copenhague, Berlin et Vienne. * Turkish Airlines se réserve le droit de procéder à des modifications à ce sujet. Établie en 1933 et dotée à l'époque d'une flotte de cinq avions, la compagnie aérienne Turkish Airlines, membre éminent de Star Alliance et compagnie 4 étoiles, compte aujourd'hui 334 avions (passagers et cargo) desservant 295 destinations dans le monde entier, dont 246 vols internationaux et 49 vols nationaux. Selon l'enquête Skytrax 2016, Turkish Airlines a été nommée « Meilleure compagnie aérienne d'Europe » pour la sixième année consécutive, et « Meilleure compagnie aérienne d'Europe du Sud » pour la huitième année consécutive. Turkish Airlines est lauréate du titre mondial « Meilleur service de restauration en classe Économie » en 2010, du titre mondial « Meilleur service de restauration en classe Affaire » en 2013 et 2014, et des titres « Meilleur service de restauration dans un salon de classe Affaire d'une compagnie aérienne » et « Meilleur salon de classe Affaire d'une compagnie aérienne » selon l'enquête de l'année dernière. Turkish Airlines a de nouveau remporté les titres mondiaux « Meilleur service de restauration dans un salon de classe Affaire d'une compagnie aérienne » et « Meilleur service de restauration en classe Affaire » cette année. De plus amples informations concernant Turkish Airlines sont disponibles sur son site Web officiel http://www.turkishairlines.com ou ses comptes de réseaux sociaux sur Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Linkedin et Instagram. Le réseau Star Alliance, créé en 1997, constitue la première alliance véritablement mondiale de compagnies aériennes qui propose des voyages dans le monde entier et des services de prestige complets aux voyageurs internationaux. Sa popularité sur le marché a été saluée par de nombreux prix, notamment les prix Leadership sur le marché mondial des transports aériens et Meilleure alliance de compagnies aériennes par le Business Traveller Magazine et Skytrax. Les compagnies aériennes membres comprennent Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air India, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines, Austrian, Avianca, Avianca Brasil, Brussels Airlines, Copa Airlines, Croatia Airlines, EGYPTAIR, Ethiopian Airlines, EVA Air, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, SWISS, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, THAI et United. Le réseau de Star Alliance offre plus de 18 450 vols quotidiens reliant 1 300 aéroports dans 190 pays. Turkish Airlines Inc. Bureau des relations avec les médias Immeuble principal 34149, Yesilköy-Istanbul Tél : +90-(212)-463-63-63 - 11153 / 11173 Fax : +90-(212)-465-20-78 press@thy.com


Having one of the Youngest Fleets in the World, Turkish Airlines Launches New Destinations With Youths in Mind as Well Turkish Airlines, "Europe's Best Airline" for six consecutive years according to the recent Skytrax results, flying to more countries than any other airline, continues to grow by adding new destinations to its consistently expanding network. With existing services to Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Bogota, Panama, Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Washington, Boston, San Francisco, Miami and Atlanta Turkish Airlines has just added flights to Havana and Caracas as its 16th and 17th destinations in the Americas. The inaugural flight from Istanbul got water cannon salute in both airports with a ceremony graced by Mr. Mehmet Buyukeksi, Member of the Board of Turkish Airlines and the senior bureaucrats both from Republic of Cuba and Republic of Venezuela, in the presence of diplomatic, protocol and media representatives as well as Turkish Airlines' officials. Mr. Buyukeksi said; "Our flag carrier assumes Havana and Caracas are essential points in its Latin America expansion and places itself at the forefront to shorten the distances between desiring travelers who will arrive with all kinds of expectations to the biggest Island in the Antilles. The opening of our Havana and Caracas gateways also means that we will now be able to deliver our award-winning services that will make the international travel easier and more convenient for both business and leisure travelers in this area.'' Also launching with the new destinations, the "Bridging Youth" project, a corporate responsibility initiative by Turkish Airlines, kicked off with a fast start, as four university students from Turkey from varying backgrounds were given free tickets to Havana for a series of cultural activities including guided tours of the city with their Cuban hosts. The visiting youths will share their memorable moments and photographs of their trip on Turkish Airlines' social media accounts. Havana and Caracas flights will be operated 3 times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays in both directions. Havana and Caracas flight times as scheduled from December 20th; All times are in local time. Introductory round trip fares are available from Istanbul to Havana -the capital and the largest city of Cuba- and to the Caracas -the capital and the largest city of Venezuela-. To view the flight schedules and fares please visit http://www.turkishairlines.com, contact the call center at +90 212 444 0849 or visit any Turkish Airlines sales office. Additionally, for the first 6 months of operation to these new destinations, there is a special offer for Miles&Smiles members, with a 25% reduction in the miles needed to redeem either award tickets or upgrades.* Flying from Jose Marti International Airport and Simon Bolivar International Airport, the brand new services will also connect passengers departing from Havana and Caracas to 102 worldwide destinations including Paris, London, Madrid, Rome, Moscow, Barcelona, Beirut, Guangzhou, Porto, Frankfurt, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Beijing, Zurich, Amsterdam, Munich, Copenhagen, Berlin and Vienna. * Turkish Airlines reserves the right to make changes in this regard. Established in 1933 with a fleet of five aircraft, Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines is a 4-star airline today with a fleet of 334 (passenger and cargo) aircraft flying to 295 destinations worldwide with 246 international and 49 domestic. According to the 2016 Skytrax survey, Turkish Airlines was chosen as "Europe's Best Airline" for the sixth and "Best Airline in Southern Europe" for the eighth consecutive time. Having won in 2010 the world's "Best Economy Catering Service", in 2013 and also in 2014 the world's "Best Business Catering Service", and "Best Business Class Lounge Dining", "Best Business Airline Lounge" awards in last year's survey, Turkish Airlines was awarded again the world's "Best Business Class Dining Lounge" and "Best Business Class On-Board Catering" prizes in this year's survey. More information about Turkish Airlines can be found on its official website http://www.turkishairlines.com or its social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Linkedin, and Instagram. The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and seamless service to the international traveller. Its acceptance by the market has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World Market Leadership Award and Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveller Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air India, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines, Austrian, Avianca, Avianca Brasil, Brussels Airlines, Copa Airlines, Croatia Airlines, EGYPTAIR, Ethiopian Airlines, EVA Air, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, SWISS, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, THAI and United. Overall, the Star Alliance network currently offers more than 18,450 daily flights to 1,300 airports in 190 countries.


Com uma das frotas mais jovens do mundo, a Turkish Airlines lança novos destinos a pensar também na juventude. A Turkish Airlines, a "Melhor companhia aérea europeia" durante seis anos consecutivos, de acordo com os mais recentes resultados da Skytrax, voando para mais países do que qualquer outra companhia aérea, continua a crescer pela adição de novos destinos à sua rede que tem vindo a ser consistentemente expandida. Com serviços existentes para Buenos Aires, São Paulo, Bogotá, Panamá, Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Nova Iorque, Washington, Boston, São Francisco, Miami e Atlanta, a Turkish Airlines acabou de adicionar os voos para Havana e Caracas como os seus 16º e 17º destinos nas Américas. O voo inaugural, com partida de Istambul, teve direito a saudações com canhões de água em ambos os aeroportos, numa cerimónia que contou com a presença de Mehmet Buyukeksi, membro do Conselho de Administração da Turkish Airlines, e de quadros superiores da República de Cuba e da República da Venezuela, na presença de representantes diplomáticos, do protocolo e de meios de comunicação, assim como de funcionários da Turkish Airlines. Mehmet Buyukeksi declarou: "A nossa transportadora aérea assume Havana e Caracas como pontos essenciais na sua expansão na América Latina e posiciona-se na vanguarda para encurtar as distâncias dos viajantes que irão chegar com todo o tipo de expectativas à maior ilha das Antilhas. A abertura dos nossos destinos para Havana e Caracas significa também que poderemos agora prestar os nossos serviços premiados, que fazem com que as viagens internacionais sejam mais fáceis e práticas, aos passageiros que viajam para esta região em viagens de lazer ou de negócios.'' Juntamente com os novos destinos, lançámos também o projeto "Bridging Youth", uma iniciativa de responsabilidade social da Turkish Airlines, que foi inaugurada com a oferta de bilhetes gratuitos para Havana a quatro estudantes universitários turcos de diferentes origens, para uma série de atividades culturais, incluindo visitas guiadas à cidade com os seus anfitriões cubanos. Os jovens visitantes irão partilhar as suas fotografias e os momentos memoráveis das suas viagens nas contas das redes sociais da Turkish Airlines. os voos de Havana e de Caracas serão operados 3 vezes por semana, em ambas as direções, às terças, quintas e domingos. As tarifas de ida e volta introdutórias estão disponíveis de Istambul para Havana - a capital e a maior cidade de Cuba - e para Caracas - a capital e a maior cidade da Venezuela. Para ver as tarifas e horários dos voos, visite http://www.turkishairlines.com, contacte o serviço de apoio ao cliente através do telefone +90 212 444 0849 ou visite qualquer escritório da Turkish Airlines. Adicionalmente, nos primeiros 6 meses de operação paras estes novos destinos, haverá uma oferta especial para os membros Miles&Smiles, com uma redução de 25% nas milhas necessárias para trocar milhas por bilhetes ou upgrades.* Voando a partir do Aeroporto Internacional Jose Marti e do Aeroporto Internacional Simon Bolivar, os passageiros que partem de Havana e Caracas poderão também utilizar os novos serviços para fazer a ligação a 102 destinos em todo o mundo, incluindo Paris, Londres, Madrid, Roma, Moscovo, Barcelona, Beirute, Cantão, Porto, Frankfurt, Xangai, Hong Kong, Pequim, Zurique, Amesterdão, Munique, Copenhaga, Berlim e Viena. Fundada em 1933 com uma frota de 5 aeronaves, a Turkish Airlines, membro da Star Alliance, é atualmente uma companhia aérea de 4 estrelas com uma frota de 334 aeronaves  (passageiros e carga) com voos para 295 destinos no mundo inteiro, dos quais 246  são internacionais e 49 domésticos. De acordo com o inquérito de 2016 da Skytrax, a Turkish Airlines foi escolhida como a "Melhor companhia aérea europeia" e a "Melhor companhia aérea do sul da Europa" pela sexta e oitava vez consecutivas, respetivamente. Tendo ganho o prémio "Melhor serviço de catering da classe económica" do mundo em 2010, o prémio "Melhor serviço de catering da classe executiva" do mundo em 2013 e também em 2014, e os prémios "Melhores refeições de lounge da classe executiva" e "Melhor lounge da classe executiva" no inquérito do ano passado, a Turkish Airlines foi novamente premiada no inquérito deste ano com os prémios "Melhores refeições de lounge da classe executiva" e "Melhor serviço de catering da classe executiva a bordo". Para mais informações sobre a Turkish Airlines, visite o seu site oficial http://www.turkishairlines.com ou as suas contas das redes sociais Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Linkedin e Instagram. A rede Star Alliance foi criada em 1997 como a primeira aliança verdadeiramente global de companhias aéreas a oferecer um alcance mundial, reconhecimento e serviço de excelência ao viajante internacional. A sua aceitação no mercado já foi reconhecida com numerosos prémios, incluindo os prémios "Liderança do mercado mundial de transportes aéreos" e "Melhor aliança de companhias aéreas" atribuídos pela Business Traveller Magazine e pela Skytrax. As companhias aéreas membro são: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air India, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines, Austrian, Avianca, Avianca Brasil, Brussels Airlines, Copa Airlines, Croatia Airlines, EGYPTAIR, Ethiopian Airlines, EVA Air, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, SWISS, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, THAI e United. Globalmente, a rede Star Alliance oferece atualmente mais de 18 450 voos diários para 1300 aeroportos em 190 países.


News Article | November 2, 2016
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