LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of February 12, 2020 It happens that, Every time he has played, Alavés has achieved good results. “After being away for a long time, that the results accompany is always good news. The last weeks have been difficult but you have to keep your head up and never lower your arms “he added.On Saturday’s clash against Mallorcanoted that “It will be very important for us since adding something to that clash can give us a lot of confidence. They are showing strength in their field and I think it will be a good match. It will be harder than in the first leg so we will have to stay focused. The points are increasingly decisive and the personality with which we are going to play will determine the side by which the final result is decided “. Lisandro Magallán has appeared this morning before the media. He took advantage of his appearance to ask about the possible interest of Barcelona in Lucas Pérez. “He is a very important player for us but right now he is here and you have to enjoy it. We must demand even more to bring us its quality. Right now he is doing it, “he observed.He took two weeks ago the absence of Rodrigo Ely in the initial eleven against Sevilla for five yellow and has chained two consecutive clashes as a starter. In that regard, he said that “This is football, we are many and only eleven play. What you have to do is work to be prepared. If the team needs us, we have to respond. “
A growing Chinese airline is to bolster its flight scheduling functions through partnership with a leading global distribution systems (GDS) provider. Shenzhen Airlines has contracted with Sabre Airline Solutions via the Sabre AirFlite Planning and Scheduling suite of solutions to enable the airline to benefit from a system that looks to provide the best combination of flights for customer needs and to allow the rapid deployment of aircraft to new routes.Shenzhen is one of China’s largest private carriers, having developed a fleet of 50 aircraft since the Chinese aviation market opened up to private ownership in 2004. Sabre Airline Solutions’ regional vice president-Asia/Pacific said: “The close proximity of Shenzhen to Hong Kong gives Shenzhen Airlines a great opportunity to provide a competitive alternative for mainland Chinese passengers travelling to and from Hong Kong or taking connecting flights through Hong Kong.”Meanwhile, Dr. Peter Liu, chief information officer of Shenzen Airlines, added: “Shenzhen Airlines has a clearly defined growth path for the next nine years. One of the key enablers of this growth involves the adoption of technology and industry best practices in all parts of the airline.”ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedSilverjet spreads fares on SabreSilverjet has announced a new agreement that will see its airfares launched onto further global distribution systems.VRG seeks Sabre Solutions connectivityBrazilian airline VRG has taken a further step toward integrating itself with fellow international airlines.Saudi Arabian Airlines secures Sabre packageFour separate deals have been signed between Saudi Arabian Airlines and Sabre Airline Solutions.