Aviation News in brief – 27 October 2014

Air Berlin Boeing 737-800
Air Berlin Boeing 737-800

Air Baltic announces four new routes in winter 2014/15 (More)

Air Berlin have to cut back 200 more jobs to save money. But the airline won’t cut back its MRO division despite it plans to operate a single narrowbody fleet in the future.

Air Frances serves Abidjan 3 times a week with Airbus A380 (More).

Alitalia has launched a new service from Rome to Marseille (More)

Russian airline Aurora will take delivery of three used Bombardier Q400s in earyl 2015.

Austrian Airlines plans to inaugurate new summer service from Innsbruck to Kos starting 18 may 2015.

Baltia Air Lines, which plans nonstop flights from the U.S. to Europe, announced C4 check of its Boeing 747. (More)

Brussels Airlines expands its network in summer 2015 (More)

Eurolot inaugurated Warsaw – Zagreb and Warsaw – Stuttgart.

Emirates is now flying daily between Dubai and Budapest with A330. (More)

Flybe now flies from London City Airport to Aberdeen, Belfast City, Edinburgh, Exeter, Dublin and Inverness. Additionally the regional carrier opened a route from Birmingham to Berlin Tegel Airport.

Flynas (Saudi Arabia) suspends service to London due poor load factor.

Iberia Express launched new services from Madrid to Stuttgart and Hanover.

Ryanair Boeing 737-800
Ryanair Boeing 737-800 (© Ryanair)

KLM operated its last scheduled MD-11 passenger flight.(More)

Monarch have to cut back its fleet from 43 to 34 aircrafts (More)

PGA Portugalia will use ATR42-600 or Embraer 145 as a replacement for its Fokker 100 fleet.

Ryanair moved from Lubeck to Hamburg. First destinations are Lissabon and Porto.

SAS now flies from Oslo to Hamburg.

SkyWork has moved its Bern – London City Airport service to London-Southend

Sun-Air now connects London City Airport with Hamburg and Dublin.

Wizz Air inaugurated Bukarest – Basel service and Skopje – Cologne.

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