Aviation News in brief – 28 October 2014
Aeroflot’s new budget carrier will operate from Moscow Vnukovo Airport.
Air Alps (Austria) may lift-off once again (More)
AirBaltic today inaugurates a new service between Tallin and Paris. (More)
Air Berlin will add 14 Airbus A320 (ex-Alitalia) to its fleet.
Alitalia closed reservations for service Venice – Tokyo for travel after March 29 2015. Additionally the airline will cut back its workforce by nearly 1000 jobs
Austrian Airlines to expand its regional fleet by four Bombardier Dash-8Q-400
Biman Bangladesh will suspend its service between Dhaka and Frankfurt from November 1st.
CSA Czech Airlines will wet-lease an ATR72-500 to Air Mauritius.
Eurowings begins to operate four Airbus A320 on behalf of germanwings effective March 29 2015.
Flybe negotiates with a number of european carriers about contracts to operate their regional flights.
Jetairfly (Belgium) announced new services from Antwerp to Milan Malpensa, Berlin Tegel and Barcelona effective April 2015.
Jettime (Denmark) took delivery of a new ATR72 from Air Lease. The danish carrier will wetlease this turboprop aircraft to SAS Scandinavian.
Rimini Airport (Italy) is forced to suspend operations with effect from November 1st. The airport operator is facing imminent bankruptcy, the Aviation Authority told.
Ryanair today opened its 3rd Scottish base (69th in total) in Glasgow with one based aircraft, seven new routes for winter 2014/15 and nine new routes for summer 2015
SmartWings (Czech Rep.) announced seasonal service from Warsaw to Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Las Palmas and Tenerife South effective November.
Transaero will boost its network with 10 more routes this winter (More)
Transavia introduced a new service from Amsterdam to Tel Aviv effective April 2nd 2015.
Turkish Airlines and other turkish carriers have been given unlimited acces to Adler/Sochi (Russia).
United will launch a new seasonal flight from Newark to Newcastle (UK) (More)
Wizz Air today inaugurates a new service between Katowice and Maastricht and between London/Luton and Poprad (Tatry)
VLM (Belgium) to buy-out by management. (More)
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