Aviation News in brief – 20 October 2014
Aeroflot and Bangkok Airways announced a new codeshare agreement on selected flights in Thailand.
Air France reaches a tentative deal with the pilot’s union aimed at ending a dispute over low cost unit Transavia France. (More)
Alitalia has unveiled a special EXPO Milano 2015 livery in cooperation with Etihad. (More)
Blue Panorama Airlines received their permanent Air Operators Certificate. Prior to this the italian leisure carrier operated with temporary permits.
Croatia Airlines was put on sale by Croatian Government again.
European Regions Airline Association welcomes Air Andorra into membership.
Global Aviation (Libya) has resumed cargo operations from Europe into Libya with Boeing 747-200F.
German authorities suspended an earlier decision to block selected Etihad codeshare flights flown by partner airline Air Berlin.
Icelandair will resume service from Orlando International Airport (MCO) starting September 2015. (More)
Lufthansa’s pilots went on strike again (More)
Qatar Airways has announced Frankfurt as the first route for its A350 Extra Wide Body (XWB) aircraft. (More)
TAP Portugal postponed planned resumption of flights to Bissau „for a period none less than 45 days due to necessary operating conditions, that were not yet fulfilled“ the carrier said in a statement.
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