Midway Becoming International Gateway: Airline Pulse News and Notes for June 20, 2016
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Uber and Lyft will join the queue alongside taxis and shuttle buses at Phoenix Sky Harbor International. The ride-sharing companies had previously been able to drop off passengers, but only had limited ability to pick up passengers until now.
Citilink and Batik Air have been approved for flights to Europe alongside their Indonesian peer Lion Air. However, none of these three airlines currently have plans to launch flights to Europe.
The autonomous region of Somaliland, which has enjoyed more peace and security than Somalia’s other regions, will invest 11 percent of its total infrastructure budget to developing airports. Additional funding will be given to improve airports in major cities like the de facto capital, Hargeisa.
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