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Argentine CAA set to award 135 route authorities

Argentina's civil aviation authority (Administración Nacional de Aviación Civil - ANAC) is set to grant 135 route authorities to five local operators including established carriers Andes Líneas Aéreas and American Jet (Argentina) as well as start-ups Alas del Sur, Flybondi, and Avian Líneas Aéreas (also known as Avianca Argentina).

In an official opinion published Monday, February 13, ANAC's route determination board (Junta Asesora del Transporte Aéreo - JATA) recommended the following ...

Russia's IrAero begins Buryatia flights

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Air India Express defers Tehran flight launch

Air India Express (IX, Mumbai Int'l) will postpone its plan to commence flights to Tehran Imam Khomeini blaming uncertainty under Trump's administration, reports the Press Trust of India, citing a 'highly placed' source.

The low cost subsidiary of Air India (AI, Mumbai Int'l) had considered launching 3x weekly direct flights from Delhi Int'l to the Iranian capital after sanctions were relaxed in late 2016. However, Donald Trump's administration has already begun imposing new economic ...
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Cyprus's Cobalt studying Paphos hub

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China's YTO Express orders three B737-300 P2Fs

YTO Express Airlines (YG, Hangzhou) has signed an agreement with PEMCO World Air Services (PEMCO) for three B737-300 passenger-to-freighter conversions.

The US-based conversion specialist said in a statement the redelivery of the three aircraft would take place through to the last quarter of the year.

YTO Express currently operates five B737-300(F)s on cargo and express delivery flights throughout China from its hubs at Guangzhou, Chengdu, Xi'an Xianyang, Yiwu, and, in the interim, ...

Asiana Cargo inks B747 freighter deal with Atlas

Asiana Airlines (OZ, Seoul Incheon) has entered into an agreement with Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc.wherein its Atlas Air (5Y, New York JFK) unit will operate one of its B747-400(F)s for Asiana Cargo.

The US firm said in a press release the contract is initially for one aircraft to be provided and operated by Atlas Air and to be flown on key global routes across the transpacific, connecting Korea with several destinations in the U.S.

Service is scheduled to begin this ...

The Flyers Club leasing a Kodiak 100

The Flyers Club (Lawrence) has leased a Quest Kodiak 100 turboprop from SkyQuest International with plans to introduce an amphibian variant later on, the North Carolina-based aircraft broker/dealer has announced.

Located in North Andover, Massachusetts, The Flyers Club offers members practical and cost-effective private aviation solutions for frequent short-range flights through the co-ownership and leasing of their aircraft.

Myanmar's Air KBZ to add maiden Fokker 70s

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El Salvadorean CAA temporarily suspends VECA's AOC

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Taiwan's FEAT inks LOI for four ATR72s

Far Eastern Air Transport (FE, Taipei Sung Shan) has announced it has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Nordic Aviation Capital for the lease of four ATR72-600s.

A statement to The China Post says the Avions de Transport Régional turboprops, FEAT's first such aircraft, will be delivered during the course of the current year.

FEAT is currently an all-McDonnell Douglas operation employing five MD-82s and three MD-83s on flights to sixteen destinations throughout Taiwan as well as China, ...

Emirates considering adding narrowbody capacity

Emirates (EK, Dubai Int'l) is considering narrowbody aircraft given their 'tighter cabins and fewer amenities' airline President Tim Clark has told CNN.

In an interview with Richard Quest, Clark said three studies had been submitted to the carrier for consideration. As such, over the next eighteen months, a decision will be made on whether to add aircraft such as the A320 from Airbus Industrie or the B737 from Boeing, combining that with an order for smaller widebody jets, or continuing to ...

Syrianair takes delivery of maiden A340

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Garuda's GMF AeroAsia eyes 2017 IPO

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Serbia and Kosovo to resume flights?

The Serbian Ministry of Defence has announced that the government has formed a working group to re-establish air services between Belgrade and Pristina. There have been no scheduled flights between the two capitals for almost twenty years.

This is not the first time the governments of Serbia and Kosovo have been in talks to resume air operations. During reconciliation discussions in 2015, flights were expected to resume within months. However, nothing eventuated.

The working group is ...

Arik Air drops London, Jo'burg as liquidity constraints bite

Having assumed control of the airline late last week, the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) says Arik Air (W3, Lagos) requires over NGN10 billion naira (USD31.7 million at the official bank rate) for it to resume full and uninterrupted operations.

The state-owned firm's Head of the Corporate Communications, Jude Nwauzor, said in a statement that the “mess” met on ground was actually greater than anticipated.

“It appears that unlike previously recorded, Arik has debts in ...

Vietnam Airlines concludes B777-200 operations

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Indonesia's Susi Air to add maiden Let 410

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Brazil's Passaredo to switch Sinop ops for Sorriso

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Branson, MO to resume scheduled ops in mid-2Q17

ViaAir (VC, Orlando Int'l) will start regular passenger flights to the southern Missouri town of Branson later this summer ch-aviation research has revealed.

From May 25 until early September, the Floridian carrier will begin gradually rolling out flights to each of Austin Bergstrom Int'l (3x weekly), Chicago Midway (3x weekly), Dallas/Fort Worth (2x weekly), Denver Int'l (2x weekly), and Houston Hobby (3x weekly) using ERJ-145 equipment.

In the past, Branson saw seasonal service from ...