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Bulgaria's BH Air provisionally ends A330 operations

22MAR2017
BH Air - Balkan Holidays Air (8H, Sofia) has ended Airbus (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac) widebody operations for the meantime following the return of its sole A330-200 to AWAS last week. According to Skyliner Aviation, LZ-AWA (msn 255) was ferried from Sofia to St. Athan late last week.

Founded in 2001, BH Air now operates a fleet of one A319-100, five A320-200s, and one A321-200. Operationally, it offers scheduled passenger flights between Varna and Burgas in Bulgaria and various destinations in ...

Air Mauritius outlines initial A350 ops due in mid-4Q17

22MAR2017
Air Mauritius (MK, Mauritius) is planning to begin commercial A350-900 operations during the last quarter of the year. Airline Route reports the Mauritian national carrier will deploy the type into service from November 18 onwards with a 3x weekly Mauritius-Johannesburg O.R. Tambo, South Africa, service initially. Thereafter, 3x weekly A350 flights to London Heathrow will begin on December 2 (through to December 15) followed by a daily service to Paris CDG starting December 16.

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India's Alliance Air considering int'l ops

22MAR2017
Alliance Air (India) (9I, Mumbai Int'l) is planning to make its international debut in the coming months with flights to Sri Lanka.

The regional director of parent carrier Air India's southern region, Captain S Arulman, told The New Indian Express flights from Madurai to Colombo Int'l are currently in the planning process.

Alliance Air currently operates two ATR42-300s and eight ATR72-600s on scheduled passenger flights to thirty-four destinations across India.
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Hong Kong Airlines invests in Chek Lap Kok groundhandling

22MAR2017
Singapore Changi-based ground-handling and in-flight catering service provider SATS has entered into sale and share purchase agreements with Hong Kong Airlines (HX, Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok) through its wholly-owned investment units Voltaire Capital Investment Limited (VCIL) and Holistic Capital Investment Limited (HCIL).

Filings with the Singapore Stock Exchange indicate the agreements pertain to the sale of issued shares in SATS’ Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok-based subsidiary SATS HK and its ...

Taxman goes after Air Armenia for $3mn in unpaid duties

22MAR2017

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AKFED seeks to exit Air Burkina

22MAR2017

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Latvia's airBaltic considers Q400 replacement options

21MAR2017

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China Express Airlines' IPO secures regulatory nod

21MAR2017

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Brescia, Italy set for maiden scheduled int'l cargo flights

21MAR2017

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Russia's Izhavia secures five-year Rosneft contract

21MAR2017

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Camair-Co eyes Q400s, B777s, B787s for fleet renewal

21MAR2017

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Domestic flights to resume at Weeze airport

21MAR2017

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Air Berlin to wet-lease Alitalia A320s, loses mail contract

21MAR2017

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Malaysia's Malindo Air named B737 MAX 8 launch operator

21MAR2017
Malindo Air (OD, Kuala Lumpur Int'l) chief executive Chandran Rama Muthy has announced his carrier will be the B737 MAX 8's launch operator beating out Norwegian (DY, Oslo Gardermoen) and Southwest Airlines (WN, Dallas Love Field).

“Malindo Air is very honoured and proud to be the world’s first carrier to fly passengers on this state-of-the-art innovation,” he said in a statement issued during the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA’17). "This new aircraft, which ...

Southwest outlines initial B737 MAX ops due in early 4Q17

21MAR2017
Southwest Airlines (WN, Dallas Love Field) is planning to begin scheduled B737 MAX 8 operations during the last quarter of the year.

Airline Route reports the Texan LCC will deploy nine aircraft of the type into service from October 1, 2017, from cities that include Albuquerque, Baltimore Thurgood Marshall, Boston, Chicago Midway, Columbus John Glenn, OH, Dallas Love Field, Denver Int'l, Houston Hobby, Las Vegas McCarran, Los Angeles Int'l, Nashville Int'l, Orlando Int'l, Phoenix Sky Harbor, ...

Iraqi Airways to resume new-build Boeing deliveries

21MAR2017

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Virgin Australia selects Melbourne for Chinese market debut

21MAR2017
Virgin Australia (VA, Brisbane Int'l) has confirmed Melbourne Tullamarine as the first city in Australia it will connect with Greater China when it launches flights to Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok later this year.

Having secured interim approval from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for its proposed alliance with HNA Group unit HNA Aviation, Hong Kong Airlines, and HK Express, Virgin Australia said in a statement its 5x weekly service would commence on July 5 with sales ...

Air India awarded $10mn in Dynamic Airways Hajj dispute

21MAR2017
An arbitration proceeding in Delhi, India, has awarded Air India (AI, Mumbai Int'l) INR657.1 million (USD10.06 million) in its case against Dynamic International Airways (2D, Greensboro) concerning a failed Hajj pilgrimage contract.

Air India contracted Dynamic to provide it with India-Saudi Arabia charter capacity in 2013 and 2014. However, problems arose in 2014 when Dynamic allocated four instead of five aircraft to carry out the charter agreement, relying on a clause that Air India would ...

Swiss confirms another C-Series order revision

21MAR2017
Swiss (LX, Zurich) has confirmed it will indeed convert to CS300s, five more CS100s it has on order from Bombardier (BBA, Montréal Trudeau). In a statement to ch-aviation, airline spokesman Stefan Vasic said that with the revision, the Lufthansa Group unit's CSeries order book with the Canadian manufacturer would constitute ten CS100s and twenty CS300s by the end of 2018.

Swiss currently operates six CS100s, all of which are leased from its Swiss Global Air Lines (LZ, Zurich) subsidiary. The ...

Australia's REX grounds five Saab 340s over prop incident

21MAR2017
REX - Regional Express (ZL, Wagga Wagga) has announced it has grounded five Saab 340Bs following an incident last week in which a prop on-board VH-NRX (msn 291) detached while in mid-flight.

The aircraft was en-route from Albury to Sydney Kingsford Smith on Friday, March 17, with sixteen passengers and three crew on-board when the starboard propeller sheared off. An emergency was declared with the aircraft making a safe landing at Sydney Kingsford Smith.

While the Australian Transport ...

South Korea's Jin Air begins IPO process

21MAR2017

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Turkey's Pegasus Airlines sells seven B737s to ALC

21MAR2017
Pegasus Airlines (PC, Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen) has announced it will sell seven B737-800s to US-based lessor Air Lease Corporation as it accelerates its transition to an all-Airbus fleet.

In a filing to the Borsa Istanbul, the Turkish carrier valued the sale at TRY644.4 million lira (USD178.7 million). Proceeds will go towards the purchase of A320/A321neo aircraft as well as other pending needs.

"Our company is acting in line with the aim of bringing the planned Airbus deliveries to the ...

Baicheng, China set to see maiden commercial traffic

21MAR2017

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Denmark's DAT resumes Saab 340 operations

21MAR2017

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India's Yuva JetLines Airways eyes existing AOC

21MAR2017

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