Aviation News in brief – 29 October 2014
Aeroflot has named their new budget carrier „Pobeda“ (Victory) (More)
Air Malta halved its losses during the financial year ending March 2014 (More)
Air Serbia evaluates destinations in North America.
EasyJet today inaugurated flights between Glasgow and Marrakech
Emirates today inaugurates A380 service to Frankfurt.
Farnair (Switzerland) to acquired by irish ASL Aviation (More)
Gulf Air has launched direct flights between Bahrain and Moscow. (More)
Intersky will increase its service from Friedrichshafen to Hamburg and Berlin Tegel next summer.
Norwegian has launched direct flights between Warsaw and the Canary Islands.(More)
Ryanair today opened new services from Hamburg to Lissabon and Porto. Additionally the carrier announced Copenhagen as its 2nd danish base (No. 70 in total) effecitive March 2015. Ryanair will base up to four aircafts and starting three new routes to London, Milan and Warsaw with an additional 10 more new routes to be announced in the New Year.
SAS completes Sale and Lease back for one A330 (More)
SkyWork relocates from London City to Southend (More)
Thomas Cook Airlines will wet-lease additional Airbus A319/320 from Brussels Airlines during summer 2015.
Virgin Atlantic may exercise its four Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner options and is looking at the larger 787-10 variant as a replacement for leased Boeing 747.
VLM Airlines (Belgium) has signed a letter of intent to lease two Sukhoi SSJ-100 (More)
4You Airlines (Poland) has abandoned plans to launch scheduled operations from Rseszow and Lodz to Western Europe and Israel.