Authorities open probe into FlyArmenia B737 Tehran diversion

Authorities open probe into FlyArmenia B737 Tehran diversion

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Bulgaria's GullivAir gets the go-ahead for US plans

Bulgarian start-up GullivAir (G2, Sofia) has been awarded a Foreign Air Carrier Permit and Exemption Authority for a two-year period by the US Department of Transportation, which will enable it to proceed with...

South Sudan Supreme Airlines grounded after fatal crash

South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit has ordered the grounding of South Sudan Supreme Airlines (Juba) after the fatal crash of a Let 410 turboprop on March 2, 2021.

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Introducing the historical dimension

Overview of worldwide airports by most aircraft grounded – February 2021

Here is an updated version of the Top 25 by each continent, with the most aircraft in temporary storage at the beginning of February 2021.

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We just launched a new News search and filtering tool to enable you to stay ahead of the competition with the latest industry updates. In times like these, it’s all about the news.

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Slovenian police file charges over Adria's demise

Slovenian police file charges over Adria's demise

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Jet Airways denied old slots, new owner eyes Uzbek start-up

A revived Jet Airways (JAI, Mumbai Int'l) will not have recourse to airport slots it had held before its April 2019 collapse and will therefore have to apply for them afresh as would...

Saudi Arabia clears B737 MAX to resume operations

Saudi Arabia became the second country in the Gulf region to permit B737 MAX operations after the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) cleared the type on February 28, 2021.

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Take a look at the top 25 lessors with the most active aircraft in their fleet

We have also analysed the top 25 lessors (counting more than 50 aircraft in their fleet), with the most active aircraft in their portfolio at the beginning of February 2021. Full update available in our new blog post.

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Introducing the historical dimension: ch-aviation fleets history module available now

We're really excited to let you know that we've just launched the largest data release since we started ch-aviation PRO in 2012 - ch-aviation fleets history module.

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Thyme’s takeover of flybe. assets needs speedy slot transfer

Thyme’s takeover of flybe. assets needs speedy slot transfer

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New Caledonian CAA briefly attaches Air Vanuatu B737

Air Vanuatu (NF, Port Vila) has reached an agreement with the New Caledonian civil aviation authority (Direction de l'Aviation Civile - DAC-NC) over outstanding ground handling bills stretching back more than two...

Delta Air Lines to cut more than half its focus cities

Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) will reduce the number of its focus cities from five to just two, Austin Bergstrom Int'l and Raleigh/Durham, in the post-pandemic recovery period,...

The worldwide active fleet is decreasing in February

At the beginning of February, the total global fleet size numbers 27,512 aircraft, out of which 7,679 aircraft remain grounded, and 19,833 aircraft are active at this moment. Full update available here.

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Airline capacity is shrinking in February 2021

At the beginning of February, capacity numbers keep dropping, and at the moment, the Industry’s global size counts 51.5 million seats per week. Click here for the full update.

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Garuda Indonesia won't replace CRJ1000s - CEO

Garuda Indonesia won't replace CRJ1000s - CEO

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India’s GoAir takes $110mn bank credit line - report

GoAir (G8, Mumbai Int'l) has received an INR8 billion rupee (USD110 million) credit line from banks, designed to help it cope with the ongoing aviation crisis, finance industry sources have told the...

US' Via Airlines gets tentative nod of approval

The US Department of Transportation has found Via Airlines Inc. t/a Sterling Airways (Jacksonville Craig, FL) to be “fit, willing, and able” to resume commuter air services, inviting interested parties to...

ch-aviation fuels newly-founded Institute of Aviation & Tourism (IAT)

We’re proud to announce a partnership with the Institute for Aviation & Tourism (IAT) of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences.

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ch-aviation provides access to the Haaga-Helia University of Applied Science

ch-aviation announces cooperation with Haaga-Helia University, a strong, business-oriented university of applied sciences, providing access to more than one hundred Aviation Business Administration students.

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AirAsia Group reveals $39.1m funding to Philippines AirAsia

AirAsia Group reveals $39.1m funding to Philippines AirAsia

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Icelandair to resume B737 MAX ops in late 1Q21

Icelandair (FI, Reykjavik Keflavik) has announced it will resume B737-8 operations on March 8, 2021, becoming the third European airline to do so after TUI fly (Belgium) and Smartwings (Czechia)...

Korean Air sends B747-8 for VIP conversion

Korean Air (KE, Seoul Incheon) has ferried one of its ten B747-8s to Hamburg Helmut Schmidt for conversion into a VIP transport ahead of a planned five-year lease to the...

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