Aviation News in brief – 16 October 2014

Air Malta Airbus A320
Air Malta Airbus A320 (© O. Pritzkow)

Aeroflot will receive three new Boeing 777-300ER under a lease agreement in 2015.

AirBridgeCargo Airlines took delivery of its sixth Boeing 747-8-Freighter (More)

Air Europa (Spain) will launch a new service from Madrid to Tel Aviv on 30 March 2015 with Boeing 737-800.

Air Malta starts a new service from Malta to Algiers on 27 October 2014.

Air Moldova wants to o lease an Airbus A321.

Air Transat announced that it is adding Budapest, to its transatlantic program for 2015, as well as increasing seats and frequencies on many of its European routes (More)

Alitalia announces new service from Rome to Marseille (More)

Austrian Airlines could replace its Fokker fleet with Bombardier CSeries jets

Blue Air has announced a service from Bacau to Liverpool starting on 31 March 2015 with Boeing 737.

CSA Czech Airlines could lease two A320 to Groznyavia.

The Swiss regional carrier Darwin Airline, which operates under the Etihad Regional brand, has written to Switzerland’s Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) questioning the legality of plans by Swiss International Air Lines to engage Austria’s Tyrolean Airways to operate Swiss domestic flights. (More)

GambiaBird has to cancel plans for London-Freetown service because of the health situation

Lufthansa to suspend Frankfurt – Abu Dhabi in 2015. The carrier flies 7x weekly. Etihad and its partner Air Berlin flying 49x weekly from Germany to Abu Dhabi.

Monarch has announced Leeds/Bradford – Alicante and Leeds/Bradford – Naples starting late March 2015.

Thomson Airways announced London – Liberia (Costa Rica) beginning in November 2015.

Transaero will serve 165 routes during the winter 2014/2015 operational season, 16 routes more than the previous winter.

Turkish Airlines expands its flight map and opens a new destination in Ukraine. (More)

VIM Airlines (Russia) sells 8 Boeing 757-200 to Aerolease (US) and leases new narrowbody jets.

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