Aviation News in brief – 14 October 2014

Rhein-Neckar Air Dornier 328
Rhein-Neckar Air Dornier 328 (© O. Pritzkow)

Air Berlin and Alitalia sign codeshare agreement. Air Berlin will switch from Mailand-Malpensa to Linate in December. (More)

Air Europe will add a fourth weekly flight from Madrid to Santa Cruz/Bolivia commencing 14 December.

Air France-KLM will press on with its plan to redevelop Transavia and Transavia France into a new budget carrier.

B&H Airlines considers resumption of flights to both Podgorica and Skopje by early 2015.

British Airways to launch London Heathrow – Chennai on 27 October with Boeing 787.

Borajet (Turkey) has retired its last turboprop plane, an ATR72.

Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it has finalized preparations to start flights to Dublin (More)

European Coastal Airlines (Croatia) will acquire an additional four DHC-6 next year and another four in 2016.

Gambiabird resumes flights from Sierra Leone to United Kingdom on 17 October.

Quick Duck (Slovakia) will commence lease/charter operations on 1 November with a single ATR72-600.

Rhein-Neckar Air (Germany) today commenced operations from Mannheim to Hamburg with Dornier 328.

Sukhoi is in talks with customers in Southeast Asia for its SSJ100 Business Jet.

SunExpress announces new services from Leipzig to Varna (Bulgaria), Dubrovnik and Split (Croatia) commencing in May 2015. Additionaly the carrier will connect Dusseldorf and Stuttgart with Varna.

Turkish Airlines cut its forecast for passenger numbers in 2014 to 55.6 million from 59.5 million due to lower-than-expected demand at subsidiary AnadoluJet. Also, fleet expansion expected to slow to 262 aircraft at end of 2014, instead of 267.

Vienna Airport said that IFM Global Infrastructure Fund (Australia) aimed to buy a non-controlling minority stake of between 20-29.9% of the share capital.

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