Aviation News in brief – 30 October 2014

Vueling Airbus A320 at Barcelona El Prat Airport
Vueling Airbus A320 at Barcelona El Prat Airport (© European-Aviation.net)

airBaltic signs agreement with tour operator SunCharter (Denmark) to enter charter market. In spring 2015 the carrier will start with flights from Aalborg to Rhodes and Crete with Boeing 737-300.

Airbus plans to start production at its first US factory with A321 instead of A320 as originally planned.

Air Lituanica has announced a new service from Vilnius to Stockholm Bromma Airport. (More)

Alitalia is cancelling Rome – Osaka Kansai service, as the airline closes reservation for this 5 weekly service in Summer 2015 season. Instead the carrier once again increases Milan Malpensa – Tokyo Narita route from 5 weekly to a daily flight. Boeing 777-200ER aircraft operates this route.

Blu-express (Italy) announced service from Milan Bergamo to Moscow Domodedovo commencing 20 March 2015. On 26 October Blu-express launched Genoa – Tirana (Albania)

British Airways has launched a three times weekly direct service from London Heathrow to Singapore using an Airbus A380.

Cargolux may launch joint airline, Cargolux China

Enter Air (Poland) received a new European Air Operators Certificate (AOC)

Greenland Express may resume operations in late November or early December

Jetairfly added new routes to Morocco: Eindhoven – Nador, Cuneo – Marrakech, Toulouse – Oujda and Dole – Casablanca.

Lufthansa’s planned A380 service to Delhi is now scheduled to start from 07NOV14

Orenburzhye (Russia) will take delivery of three leased Embraer jets in June 2015.

Qatar Airways will use its Airbus A380 on flights to Paris effective November 5th.

Ryanair today launched a new service between Cardiff and Tenerife.

TAP Portugal announces that the operation to Guinea-Bissau is delayed for a period none less than 45 days (More)

Ural Airlines inaugurated from Moscow – Samarkand on 27 October 2014.

Vueling has unveiled Bari as its seventh base in Italy with one Airbus A320 to be based.

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