Aviation News in brief – 22 October 2014

Montenegro Airlines Fokker 100
Montenegro Airlines Fokker 100 (CC BY-SA 3.0 Milad A380)

Aer Lingus to install new lie-flat seats in the business cabin of its seven Airbus A330.

Air Arabia Maroc is mulling expansion plans of its operations to increase the number of points in Europe.

Air France began weekly biofuel flights (More)

Air France KLM, Alitalia and Delta Air Lines, all member of SkyTeam alliance, offered to give up slots at three airports to try to settle an EU antitrust investigation.

Irish Leasing company Avolon took delivery of eight owned and one managed aircraft and sold two aircraft in 3Q 2014. Avolon also committed to acquire six Boeing 787-9s and 15 A330neos.

Blue Air announced new saisonal 3x weekly service from Bukarest to Cologne/Bonn.

Lufthansa introduced its winter time table 2014/15 with 260 destinations (More)

Montenegro Airlines plans new service to Copenhagen via Zagreb in cooperation with Croatia Airlines commencing 2015. Additionaly new saisonal flights are planned to Manchester and Lyon and charter flights to Prague, Warsaw and destinations in Germany.

Russian air carrier UTair is in trouble. The russian carrier negotiates with Airbus and Boeing on new delivery schedules for twelve A321 and 34 Boeing 737-800/-900. As part of a turnaround programme Utair will cut 10% of its workforce and decrease frequencies by 20%.

Wizz Air to connect Skopje with Cologne/Bonn 2x weekly commencing 27 October.

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