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Maori is an official language in New Zealand, and a group of language activists wants it to be treated as such. They are campaigning for Maori language signage to be required in all New Zealand airports.
Singapore Airlines is excited about its new Airbus A350s, the first of which was delivered recently after a decade-long wait. The A350-900s will help the Singaporean flag carrier compete on more long haul routes.
Brazil has now officially raised the amount of an airline that a foreign firm can own to 49 percent. This will help the country's struggling airlines get the injection of cash that they need from international investors.
easyJet has now entered the competitive London-Paris market. The European LCC will fly from London Southend airport to Charles de Gaulle four times per week.
Delta has announced a new code sharing deal with KLM subsidiary Transavia. This will increase the number of transit options in Amsterdam for Delta passengers who fly across the Atlantic to the Dutch city.
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