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Encore Jets to launch trans-Mediterranean ops in early 3Q18

14JUN2018
Encore Jets (Teterboro) has announced it will launch a scheduled service connecting Ibiza in Spain and Mykonos in Greece, with connecting onward helicopter services to Athens Int'l and Santorini. The first flight has been planned for July 12, 2018.

The flights will be operated by one of the Encore Jets' partners using either Cessna 560 XL/XLS or Challenger business jets, depending on the day of operations. They will become the maiden scheduled and direct route connecting the two popular ...

Germany's EAT applies for a FACP in the US

14JUN2018
EAT Leipzig (QY, Leipzig/Halle) has applied to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for a Foreign Air Carrier Permit (FACP) as it prepares to launch direct scheduled full-cargo services between Leipzig/Halle and New York JFK.

"EAT plans to begin operating scheduled all-cargo air service between Leipzig, Germany, and John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York, New York, as soon as it has obtained all necessary governmental approvals. EAT requests expedited approval of this ...

Ryanair to open London Southend base in 2Q19

14JUN2018
Ryanair (FR, Dublin Int'l) has announced it will open its third base in London at London Southend in Summer 2019 using three B737-800s. It already maintains bases at London Luton and London Stansted.

Ryanair said in a statement that effective April 2019, it will roll out 13 new routes, including Alicante (5x weekly), Reus (2x weekly), Bilbao (4x weekly), Brest Guipavas (2x weekly), Kerkyra (2x weekly), Cluj-Napoca (3x weekly), Dublin Int'l (2x daily), Faro (5x weekly), Kosice (3x weekly), ...
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LATAM to drop LATAM Brasil's code on US ops

14JUN2018
LATAM Airlines Group has applied to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) seeking to amend the exemption and statement of authorization previously granted to the group by allowing LATAM Airlines Brasil (JJ, São Paulo Congonhas) to use the common LA code for its US services.

"With the May 21, 2018, entry into force of the U.S.-Brazil open skies agreement, LATAM Brasil intends to join LATAM Airlines, LATAM Airlines Perú, and LATAM Airlines Colombia in using a single brand name and common ...

Thai Airways to set up Rolls-Royce MRO centre at Don Mueang

14JUN2018

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Germania loses court case against Swiss tour operator

14JUN2018

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Ireland's CityJet to add ex-Cimber CRJ-900s

14JUN2018

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Thailand's Jet Asia Airways set for renewed AOC

14JUN2018

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Comoros' Air Ylang secures AOC, preps for launch

14JUN2018

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Royal Jordanian to finalise narrowbody order by early 4Q18

14JUN2018

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Royal Jordanian dismisses seeking an investor, LCC unit

14JUN2018

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Fiji Link to complete Twin Otter upgrade in late 3Q18

14JUN2018

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Russia's Pegas Fly mulls B767-300s replacement

14JUN2018

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TAP eyes cargo bridge from China to Brazil with HNA

13JUN2018

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Mexico's Aeromar to add A320neo - Efromovich

13JUN2018

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New Zealand's Air Chathams eyes subsidy at Kapiti

13JUN2018
Kāpiti Coast District Council is mulling offering a subsidy to Air Chathams (3C, Chatham Island) in order to reestablish the link between Paraparaumu and Auckland Int'l, Manawatu Standard has reported.

The city is expected to offer NZD50,000 dollar (USD35,000) in marketing support, while the airport operator, privately-owned Todd Property Group, has offered a significant discount on the lease of premises.

The service connecting the city in the southern part of New Zealand's North Island ...

Poland's Lublin to regain domestic ops with LOT

13JUN2018
LOT Polish Airlines (LO, Warsaw Chopin) has announced it will launch a new service connecting Lublin with Warsaw Chopin on September 3, 2018. The route will become Lublin's maiden domestic service.

The service will be operated 5x weekly with Dash 8-400 equipment.

Lublin will become LOT's tenth domestic destination, after its main hub at Warsaw Chopin and the regional airports at Szczecin, Gdansk, Poznan, Wroclaw, Katowice, Kraków, Zielona Góra, and Rzeszow.

The airport in eastern ...

China's Spring Airlines outlines A320neo Family plans

13JUN2018

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Spain's Evelop Airlines eyes China market for growth

13JUN2018

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SAA preps for redundancies; execs hire bodyguards

13JUN2018
South African Airways (SA, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) chief executive Vuyani Jarana has confirmed the ailing state-owned carrier will be undertaking job cuts as part of its restructuring plans.

While he did not put a figure to the proposed redundancies, Reuters cites informed sources as saying SAA will cut between 1,000 and 1,500 people via a combination of layoffs and voluntary redundancies.

The numbers include about 300 flight attendants, according to one of the sources. Another source ...

Air Lebanon secures ERJ-145s ahead of planned 4Q18 launch

13JUN2018

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Turkish Airlines considering B777X for ultra-longhaul ops

13JUN2018
Turkish Airlines (TK, Istanbul Atatürk) is considering placing an order with Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) for the B777X Family of aircraft, airline chairman Ilker Ayci has revealed.

"We’re still making our calculations and working very closely with the OEMs on the feasibility of the new generation aircraft for the ultra-overseas," he told The National newspaper in Sydney last week. "After we’ve seen the clear feasibility of that aircraft’s performance, we’ll make our decision."

As with the ...

Alaska Seaplanes secures licence to launch ops to Canada

13JUN2018
Alaska Seaplanes (J5, Juneau Int'l) has been granted a licence to operate scheduled and non-scheduled flights between the United States and Canada by the Canadian Transportation Agency, paving the way for the Alaskan regional specialist to launch its maiden international services.

The carrier intends to launch a 3x weekly scheduled service connecting its main base in Juneau Int'l, the capital of Alaska, with Whitehorse Int'l in the Canadian state of Yukon. The flights will be operated with ...

Air India seeks alternative funding means

13JUN2018
The Indian Government is ready to "re-examine" the terms of Air India Ltd's privatization after an initial bid, wherein a 75% stake was offered in Air India (AI, Mumbai Int'l), failed to attract any bidders.

Economic Affairs Secretary in the Indian Ministry of Finance, Subhash Chandra Garg, told Bloomberg that Narendra Modi's government was not fixated on the need to retain a stake in the airline.

“There’s no fixed objective that government should have 24%. It can be re-examined," he ...

Air New Zealand to dry-lease two B777s, mulls widebody order

13JUN2018
Air New Zealand (NZ, Auckland Int'l) will dry-lease two B777-200(ER)s, one more than previously planned, to cover for the downtime of the B787-9s related to the inspections of the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines, CEO Christopher Luxon has told Reuters at the IATA AGM.

The carrier has previously announced that it will dry-lease one B777-200(ER) from Singapore Airlines. ZK-OKI (msn 32336, ex 9V-SVL) is currently undergoing pre-delivery maintenance at Singapore Changi. The aircraft will be ...