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Spain's Air Horizont focuses on Italy charter flights

21APR2017

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Camair-Co acquires two B737-700s

21APR2017

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Mozambique charges LAM execs over Embraer corruption

21APR2017

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Dominican Republic's Sky High eyes US, Puerto Rico flights

20APR2017
Sky High Aviation Services (Santo Domingo Las Américas) has announced plans to begin scheduled passenger charter flights to the United States, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.

In its application to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for exemption authority as well as a Foreign Air Carrier Permit (FACP), the Dominican carrier said it plans to operate the flights 3x weekly using its sole Beech 1900D, HI1007 (cn UE206).

As such, it is seeking DOT authority to engage in charter ...

MAG Aerospace acquires Discovery Air Fire Services

20APR2017
Air charter and surveillance specialist MAG Aerospace has announced its acquisition of Discovery Air Fire Services (Dryden) (DAFS). The acquisition will allow MAG to add aerial forest fire management and environmental monitoring to its list of offerings.

Virginia-based MAG Aerospace offers a diverse range of services including manned and unmanned aerial surveying; aviation training, maintenance, and logistics; and chartering of its fleet of Beech (twin turboprop) King Air 200s throughout the ...

France and China pen new BASA, increase flights

20APR2017
The civil aviation authorities of France and China have agreed to a new bilateral air services agreement (BASA), opening the way for more flights operated by more carriers between the two countries. France's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) and the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) signed the deal on March 31.

Le Figaro reports that that the new agreement will see flights between the two countries more than double from 50 per week (each) to 126 over the next three ...

Russia court reduces VIM's debt to M-Bank

20APR2017

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American Airlines cuts charter flights to NFL teams

20APR2017
American Airlines (AA, Dallas/Fort Worth) will cut charter flights currently provided to American football teams, citing a shortage of aircraft. Forbes reports that an employee memo says that American will no longer fly the Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers for the forthcoming 2017-18 season.

Three teams that remain on American's charter books are Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia ...

Spain's Globalia susses out Argentine market

20APR2017

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Alaska's Misty Fjords Air to launch scheduled int'l ops

20APR2017
Misty Fjords Air (Ketchikan Harbor SPB) has announced that it will launch flights from Ketchikan Int'l, Alaska to Seal Cove Waterdrome, Canada 3x weekly. The schedule will allow passengers to connect with Air Canada (AC, Montréal Trudeau) flights from Prince Rupert to Vancouver Int'l.

According to the FAA registry, the seaplane operator has a fleet of three De Havilland Canada turboprops – one DHC-2 Beaver MK 1 (N241MF msn 880), one DHC-3 (N6868B msn 274), and one DHC-2 Beaver L-20A (N7336 ...

Philippine customs authorities seize SkyJet aircraft

20APR2017
The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has announced that it has seized a Skyjet Air (M8, Manila Ninoy Aquino Int'l) aircraft, following an inspection into its ownership and tax status.

During an inspection at Pasay domestic airport on March 29, Skyjet representatives were unable to provide documentation proving the ownership of the aircraft, its tax status, and operations.

The press release notes that Magnum Air, Skyjet's owner, has been delisted from the Subic Bay Freeport List of ...

Mega Maldives Airlines denies sale, confirms restructure

20APR2017
Mega Maldives Air (LV, Malé) has issued a statement denying rumours that it is set to sell off a majority stake.

A report in Avas Online claimed that Maldivian businesses had expressed a desire to take a major interest in the airline, with an official announcement to be "made very soon". The same source said that the share structure of the company would also be affected.

Another site, Sun.mv, went so far as to name businessman Mohamed Manik as the buyer. Sun claimed that Manik will take ...

Lufthansa Cargo, United ink partnership deal

20APR2017
Following two years of talks, Lufthansa Cargo (LH, Frankfurt Int'l) and United Airlines (UA, Chicago O'Hare) have signed a joint venture agreement concerning cooperation in cargo services on routes between the United States and Europe.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, April 19, the Lufthansa Group unit said the two sides plan to cooperate on the availability of their capacity and through the alignment of their booking and handling processes.

"The carriers’ joint venture route ...

Virgin America becomes A321neo launch operator

20APR2017
Virgin America (VX, San Francisco, CA) has become the launch operator of the A321neo following the delivery of N921VA (msn 7589) on Thursday, April 20, 2017.

The Alaska Airlines (AS, Seattle Tacoma Int'l) unit is leasing ten of the CFM International LEAP-1A-powered twinjets from GECAS. Assuming no alterations are made to the agreement, the entire compliment of ten is to be delivered by the end of the third quarter of 2018.

“After Virgin America having been the first customer signing for ...

Russia's VIM Airlines acquires Bratsk airport firm

20APR2017

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Royal Jordanian's second share capital increase due in 2H17

20APR2017

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WestJet plans to establish own ULCC; eyes 4Q17 launch

20APR2017
WestJet (WS, Calgary) has announced its intention to launch a new, ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) in Canada subject to agreement with its pilots and any required regulatory approvals.

The carrier said in a statement that the yet-to-be-named ULCC is expected to start in late 2017 with an initial fleet of ten high-density B737-800s.

"We have built WestJet from its low-cost, regional roots into a renowned, international airline with service to 21 countries and today it's all about disrupting ...

Norfolk Island Airlines schedules late 2Q17 launch

20APR2017
Norfolk Island Airlines (Norfolk Island) has delayed the launch of regular commercial flights to each of Australia and New Zealand until the end of the current quarter.

The start-up said in a posting that weekly Saturday flights from Norfolk Island Airport to each of Brisbane Int'l (Australia) and Auckland Int'l (New Zealand) would now only commence from June 17 onwards as opposed to the previously stated May 27. Operations are onboard a B737-300 chartered from ...

Nigeria's First Nation Airways resumes ops in late 1Q17

20APR2017

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Mexican lower house okays foreign ownership cap revision

20APR2017

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Jordan's Royal Wings expands into scheduled services niche

20APR2017
Royal Wings (JO, Amman Marka) has ventured into the scheduled services sector with the launch of regular passenger flights out of the Jordanian Red Sea resort town of Aqaba.

Having already commenced flights to Beirut earlier this year, the charter specialist has now announced the launch of a 2x weekly return service to Cairo Int'l beginning April 21.

"Along with serving the tourists and merchants of the two countries, this flight will serve thousands of Egyptian workers in Aqaba," it said. ...

Afghanistan's Safi Airways leasing an MD-87

20APR2017

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Ukraine's Windrose Airlines to lease A321s this summer

20APR2017

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Kenya's Jetways Airlines chartering in Fokker equipment

20APR2017

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Romania's Blue Air to develop Tel Aviv focus city in 2Q17

20APR2017

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