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    US Considers Allowing Scheduled Flights to Cuba

    Image credit: AFP Photo/ Joe Raedle United States and Cuba have taken huge steps to normalize the relations between the two countries which were officially came to an end with the closing of U.S. embassy in Havana in 1961. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reopened the embassy 4 days ago hoisting the American flag […]

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    No Survivors in Trigana Air Plane Crash

    Image credit: Press TV Indonesian rescue workers reached the crash site of the Trigana Air Service plane which was reported missing on Sunday. According to the report of the officials, none of the 54 people on board survived the crash. All of the deceased were Indonesian nationals. The plane went missing en route from Jayapura […]

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    Emirates Plans to Launch World’s Longest Non-Stop Flight

    Photo credit: InSapphoWeTrust Intercontinental travels are quite easy thanks to high-technology aircrafts that dot the sky attracting our attention whenever they pass by. However, long flights can be overwhelming rather than fun if you fly in the economy class. Fortunately, luxurious airline companies offer first class services even if you do not fly in the business class. […]