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United Air­lines has launched four new aboard United’s new Boe­ing 787-9.

ser­vice be­tween San Francisco and Narita In­ter­na­tional Air­port. From its Guam hub

For more in­for­ma­tion visit united.com.

Another low cost car­rier en­ters the in­ter­na­tional mar­ket. Ice­landic bud­get air­line WOW Air plans ser­vice to Bos­ton in March and Bal­ti­more-Wash­ing­ton In­ter­na­tional in June with con­nec­tions to London.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit wowair.us.

Flights will op­er­ate three times a week aboard the 787 Dream­liner. It will be the only di­rect ser­vice con­nect­ing Africa with Ire­land and the West Coast of the US.

To learn more visit ethiopi­anair­lines.com.

Ecuador’s na­tional car­rier, TAME Air­lines has launched new daily ser­vice be­tween Quito, Ecuador and Fort Laud­erdale, FL. The new route takes only four hours aboard Air­bus 320s Air­bus 319s.

Visit tame.com for de­tails. of Mu­nich’s ter­mi­nal has be­come an event des­ti­na­tion for the air­port re­gion. In the sum­mer, it hosts a huge ar­ti­fi­cial ocean wave tank with com­pe­ti­tions based on the time that surfers can ride the waves. Dur­ing the five weeks lead­ing up to Christ­mas, the plaza be­comes a mag­nif­i­cent Christ­mas mar­ket where shops and restau­rants stay open un­til 11:00 PM. A large Ger­man beer gar­den op­er­ates through­out the year.

One finds fore­courts and other nearby air­port prop­er­ties host­ing grow­ing num­bers of tra­di­tion­ally met­ro­pol­i­tan cen­tral business dis­trict func­tions. There are over 2 mil­lion square feet of cor­po­rate of­fices – in­clud­ing the Euro­pean head­quar­ters of Mi­crosoft – a short walk from Am­s­ter­dam Schiphol’s ter­mi­nal, ac­cord­ing to Schiphol’s se­nior ur­ban plan­ner, Mau­rits Schaaf­sma. Of­fice space in Schiphol’s fore­court area is among the most val­ued in the Nether­lands, de­mand­ing pre­mium rents.

London Heathrow’s Sof­i­tel ho­tel with di­rect ac­cess to Ter­mi­nal 5 has be­come a business hub. In ad­di­tion to overnight tran­sit pas­sen­gers, it at­tracts wealthy in­ter­na­tional and ex­tended-stay business trav­el­ers to its suites, which have rates as high as $4,000 per night. With 45 meet­ing rooms, a 180-seat theater and a con­ven­tion cen­ter ac­com­mo­dat­ing 1,700 del­e­gates, the air­port ho­tel pro­vides key business in­fra­struc­ture.

Rois­sy­pole, at the core of Paris’Charles de Gaulle air­port (CDG), is the mul­ti­modal cen­tral business dis­trict of CDG’s ex­pand­ing air­port city. It has 2.5 mil­lion square feet of of­fices and 1,700 ho­tel rooms, all eas­ily reached by free air­port shut­tle.

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