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Airways Weekly Briefing: Oct 17-23, 2022
Here are this week's most-read articles, including British Airways replacing Aer Lingus' Heathrow flights; United Airlines axing historic Hilo flights; and Conviasa ending the world's last A340-200 passenger service.
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British Airways (BA) will ramp up operations at Belfast's BHD to compensate for Aer Lingus (EI) discontinuing service to LHR.
United Airlines (UA) filed plans to discontinue service to Hilo, Hawaii, effective January 7.
Lufthansa Lockheed Superstar, JU 52 to Go on Display — airwaysmag.com Lufthansa's (LH) historic Lockheed Superstar and JU 52 aircraft will be given a new home for the airline's 100th anniversary.
Qatar Airways Cuts Destinations to Take in World Cup Fans — airwaysmag.com Qatar Airways (QR) has withdrawn flights to DOH from 18 destinations to make room for airlines flying in World Cup fans.
Qantas (QF) is set to remove the first-class cabin on the A380 Melbourne-Los Angeles route.
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Conviasa to End World’s Last A340-200 Passenger Service — airwaysmag.com Venezuelan carrier Conviasa (V0) is scrapping its only Airbus A340-200 aircraft, ending the last passenger service for the type in the world.
United Airlines (UA) flew its latest Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to China to be reconfigured with new Polaris cabins.
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Created at the end of World War Two, the Flying Tiger Line became one of America’s most successful all-cargo carriers. Boeing 707-349C N322F is pictured.