Aviation News in brief – 10 October 2014
Air Astana (Kazakhstan) plans to commence saisonal service from Kostanay to Hanover starting may 2015 with A320.
Air Berlin and Etihad will loose traffic rights for 34 codeshare flights (More)
Air Explore (Slovakia) took delivery of a first Boeing 737-800.
Air Transat will terminate its services from Canada to Germany. (More)
Emirates evaluates Barcelona as an intermediate hub for onward flights to the Americas.
FLY Leasing (Ireland) now remarks an Airbus A320 that was returned by Livingston (Italy)
FlyVista (Georgia) welcomed a used A320
Ilyushin sold an Antonov 158 to a leasing company in Panama.
Nordic Aviation Capital (Denmark) has leased a sixth ATR72-600 to Jettime (Denmark)
Norwegian will wetlease a Boeing 787 from LOT Polish Airlines for five weeks. The Dreamliner will fly from Copenhagen to destinations in the United States.
Pegasus Airlines (Turkey) announced a new service from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen (SAW) to Mailand-Malpensa (MXP) with Airbus A320. The route will commence on 28 March 2015.
Thomson Airways unveiled its five year vision to change the face of holiday flying. (More)
Virgin Atlantic took delivery of its first Boeing 787-9. (More)