Aviation News in brief – 21 October 2014

Air Dolomiti Embraer 195
Air Dolomiti Embraer 195 (© Air Dolomiti)

Aeroflot’s new LCC subsidiary “Budget Airline” took delivery of two Boeing 737-800.

Air Berlin will cancel its Berlin – Miami service, effective 04 May 2015.

Air Dolomiti announces a new 4 times weekly service from Bologna to Munich starting 8 December.

Air Transat to replace its direct service from Haifax to London-Gatwick (weekly with A310-300) with a new route via St. Johns (twice weekly with 737-800).

Air Vallee (Italy) will add a second Fokker 50.

Etihad Cargo partners with Avianca Cargo to deploy a frighter flights from Milan to Bogota and from Bogota to Amsterdam (More)

Germania will inaugurate a weekly service from Bergamo to Pristina (Kosovo) effective 29 March 2015 in cooperation with tour operator AirPristina.

Hifly Malta to add an Airbus A340-600 for six years. The aircraft will reconfigured to seat 475 passengers in a single class layout.

Kazakhstan and France signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that allows designated carriers to launch service from Astana to Paris next year.

LAN Cargo is to start a weekly Boeing 777F cargo flight from EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (More)

Lufthansa CityLine will sell twelve Bombardier CRJ700 to Regional One (More)

National Airlines evaluates flights from New York to Dubrovnik in 2015.

Qatar Airways Cargo announces a new freighter service from Doha to Stavanger (Norway) via Brussels. (More)

Ryanair shows interest to commence Amsterdam operations by late 2015.

TUIfly announces new summer services from Frankfurt and Hanover to Zadar (Croatia) and from Dusseldorf and Stuttgart to Izmir (Turkey)

Turkish Airlines will commence operations from Istanbul to Luanda (Angola). The service will start on 23 November but now with Boeing 737-800 instead of Airbus A330.

Wideroe (Norway) may sell its technical unit in effort to cut costs.

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