Aviation News in brief – 24 October 2014

Adria Airways Airbus A320-200
Adria Airways Airbus A320-200 (GNU 1.2 K.v.Wedelstaedt)

Adria Airways has phased out its last Airbus A320.

Aeroflot is launching its own regular flights to Georgia and Molodova. (More)

Atlasjet is in the final stage of talks on order of 50 airplanes.

Czech Airlines received a commitment for financial support from Korean Air and from the Czech state to stabilize the loss-making company.

Flybe reintroduces a daily service to Exeter Airport from Newcastle. (More)

Greenland Express considers to acquire used A320 on 3-6 year lease.

KLM renewed the leases of four Embraer E190s (More)

Lufthansa’s pilots restarted talks with the management over early retirement benefits

Lufthansa announced new services from Frankfurt to Aalborg and to Reykjavik (More)

Norwegian will phase out its older Boeing 737-300 next year.

Russia says production of MS-21 components may be launched in Indonesia.

Sukhoi will withdraw three SuperJet 100s from SKY Aviation of Indonesia

TAROM is considering setting up a low-cost subsidiary with four Boeing 737.

The Cargo Airlines (Georgia) has added two Airbus A300-Freighter to its fleet of two Boeing 747-200F.

Turkish Airlines will restart service from Istanbul to Misrata on 27 October

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