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Air Canada adds new passage to India

Where? Toronto (Canada) to Mumbai (India)
When? Four times a week, effective immediately
Who? Air Canada
Why? National carrier continues international expansion; it is launching 11 new overseas routes in the space of a month, including three to Asia
Anything else? The Mumbai flights will be operated by Air Canada’s new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft

Iran’s Qeshm Air spreads wings in Europe

Where? Tehran (Iran) to Brussels (Belgium)
When? Once a week, effective immediately
Who? Qeshm Air
Why? Iranian carrier takes advantage of eased restrictions on travel between Iran and the European Union
Anything else? Brussels becomes the first western European destination in Qeshm Air’s network

Shanghai Airlines connects to Krabi

Where? Shanghai (China) to Krabi (Thailand)
When? Six times a week, effective 1 August 2017
Who? Shanghai Airlines
Why? Providing direct services for Shanghai citizens to some of Thailand’s most desirable destinations, such as Phi Phi Island and Railay Bay
Anything else? Krabi becomes Shanghai Airlines’ fourth Thai destination, following Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai

Shenzhen Airlines to debut in the Philippines

Where? Shenzhen (China) to Manila (Philippines)
When? Three times a week, from 2 August to 1 October 2017
Who? Shenzhen Airlines
Why? New seasonal service taps rising demand for Chinese outbound travel to Manila and the Philippine archipelago
Anything else? This route will mark the first time Shenzhen Airlines has flown to the Philippines
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