Iberia To Fly Barcelona – Sao Paulo From June 2011

Travellers looking to fly between Barcelona and Sao Paolo will soon have more options when searching for a flight. Spanish airline Iberia has announced it will commence twice-weekly nonstop flights between both cities from 19 June 2011, complementing its existing double-daily Madrid-Sao Paolo flights and boosting Spain’s connectivity with South America.    Flight IB 6853 will … Continue reading

Lufthansa To Upgrade B747-400 Cabins

German airline Lufthansa has announced that it will be refurbishing the cabin of 10 Boeing 747-400 jets from April to November 2011, complementing its upcoming Boeing 747-8Is and Airbus A380s fitted with new cabin products. The airline is promising a significant improvement over the existing onboard product, featuring greater comfort and entertainment options in all classes … Continue reading

Lufthansa To Restart Frankfurt – Rio De Janeiro

Lufthansa has announced that it will return to Rio de Janeiro later this year, taking advantage of the city’s popularity with business and leisure travellers drawn to its dynamic economic growth and world-famous landmarks such as Sugar Loaf Mountain and Copacabana Beach. Beginning 30 October 2011, the German airline will fly 5 times weekly to Brazil’s second largest city … Continue reading

KLM Set For Return To Buenos Aires

Following a 10-year absence from Argentina, Dutch airline KLM has announced it will return to Buenos Aires from 31 October 2011 with a 3 times weekly service from Amsterdam. The new flights will provide increased travel options for travellers from Europe to the Argentinian capital, one of the most important commercial and tourist destinations in South … Continue reading

Singapore Airlines To Launch Flights To Sao Paulo

Singapore Airlines has announced it will launch 3 times weekly flights between Singapore and the Brazilian city of Sao Paolo, via Barcelona in Spain. To be launched in March 2011, the service adds South America to the airline’s route network, making it one of the few carriers in the world operating services to 6 continents.   New Singapore – … Continue reading