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AirlinesAirbus delivers first A-321LR aircraft to Air Transat
With configuration allowing for installation of additional fuel tanks
Air Transat took delivery of its first A-321LR aircraft; this is one of 15 the Montreal-based carrier is scheduled to receive. Air Transat leases the A-321LR from AerCap.The A-321LR, with its Airbus Cabin... more
AirlinesAir Italy inaugurates new service; fifth route to North America
The carrier launches first non-stop flight to Canada
Air Italy announces the launch today of its first direct flights to the Canadian city of Toronto, becoming the carrier’s fifth new North American destination served from its Milan-Malpensa hub. The airline’s fir... more
AirlinesPlanes. Emirates announces code-share with Latam Brazil
On 17 Brazilian routes
The new agreement will increase the choice, flexibility and ease of connection for the passengers of the Emirates airline that travel to/from Brazil more
AirlinesFlyBosnia makes its first inaugural flight
From Sarajevo to Kuwait City
Short news from the world. FlyBosnia, the Bosnia-Herzegovina carrier that received the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) only last January, inaugurated its first connection yesterday taking off from Sarajevo... more
AirlinesPlanes. FlyArystan created from a rib of Air Astana
Kazakh domestic low-cost but with international ambitions
It's called FlyArystan and was officially launched yesterday by the CEO of the parent company Air Astana Peter Foster. Born as a carrier for national connections but with international ambitions: by... more
AirlinesAircraft and transport in Italy: 24 hours of strike on May 21st
The Alitalia issue will be central
One mights say and yet it moves! (see AVIONEWS). This because after many expectations on May 21st in Italy the transport workers (excluding flight attendants) will cross their arms for 24 hours. A strike... more
AirlinesSAS (2). Gustafsson: "Willing to find an agreement with the unions"
The CEO of the carrier asks for an end to the strike
The prolongation of the strike by the pilots of SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) is creating many difficulties for passengers due to the many cancellations, but it is generating a potential financial danger... more
AirlinesAlitalia. Who wouldn't enjoy closing the company?
Union is strength
The events and the various declarations of the last weeks and the last few days are clearly demonstrating the state of difficulty of Alitalia as regards the extraordinary administration and the negotiations,... more
AirlinesAirplanes and transport. SAS: the pilots' strike continues
1200 more flights cancelled today and tomorrow
The problems continue for the carrier SAS that after having cancelled most of the flights during the week-end, also for today and tomorrow has predicted that 1200 connections will not be operated due to... more
AirlinesB-737 MAX aircraft (2): US pilots request training changes
Adding hours to the simulator will result in a delay in returning to flight operations
While waiting for the Boeing B-737 MAX to be re-certified by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) and other worldwide civil aviation regulators, American Airlines pilots -through the Allied Pilots... more
AirlinesAlitalia: previous debt of EUR 18 millions with Italian ENAV
Probably similar situation also abroad
Short news from Italy. There is not only the question of the increase in fuel in the near future, the return of the EUR 900 million of the bridge loan and the identification of the composition of the newco's... more
AirlinesAlitalia (2). Di Maio and his flops
What is true about Toto's negotiations with the government?
The hypothesized entry by Riccardo Toto into the Alitalia shareholder is the last of the coup de théâtre in the carrier telenovela. The news is to be taken with the springs also in consideration of the n... more
AirlinesNorwegian Air: without B-737 MAX aircraft, expenses increased by € 51.73 million
It would serve for "wet leasing" in the summer season
If the Boeing B-737 MAX planes continue to be grounded until the end of August, the low-cost carrier Norwegian Air could lose up to 500 million Norwegian crowns (51.73 million Euros) since they would increase... more
AirlinesAir Italy: farewell to Olbia airport
A story that began 55 years ago with Alisarda ends
After 55 years of flights from Olbia, first as Alisarda and then as Meridiana, the leadership of Air Italy has decided to abandon the "Costa Smeralda" airport, which has always been the driving force of... more
AirlinesAlitalia. Vestager: "We continue the bridge loan analysis"
The EU-Italy dispute continues
In an interview given to various newspapers in EU countries, European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager spoke about Italy and the future moves that the Government intends to make, both for... more
AirlinesAeroflot: half of the aircraft in Russian-produced fleet from 2030
A goal that seems difficult to reach
"By 2030 half of the aircraft in Aeroflot's fleet will be Russian-made". Thus the Russian industry minister Denis Manturov speaking today to journalists in an event during which he gave his word about... more
AirlinesJet Airways: withdrawn all expressions of interest for the carrier
Close negotiations with SBI and the government to decide the future
According to what has been declared in an interview at "ET Now" by the Chief Executive Officer of Jet Airways Vinay Dube, the management of the carrier is constantly negotiating with the government and... more
AirlinesNorwegian Air: French staff strike for April 24-26
New problem on the horizon for low-cost?
New problems in sight for the low-cost carrier Norwegian Air that from 24 to 26 April will suffer a strike from the staff present in France, where the flight attendants union has called a protest to ask... more
AirlinesAsiana Airlines: will the carrier sold soon to creditors?
It is ready a $ 1.4 billion rescue plan
To avoid liquidity problems to the carrier Asiana Airlines Hong Nam-ki, South Korea's Minister of Finance, announced -speaking to the local press- that a $ 1.4 billion (1.6 trillion won) support plan... more
AirlinesAlitalia: the crucial week for the future begins
With no progress in the negotiations, the date of April 30 could not be postponed
Will the deadline for Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) to present the final offer to the Alitalia special commissioners be extended further? A hypothesis that would be taking more and more feet in government... more
AirlinesSpiceJet. Priority to Jet Airways employees in hiring
About 600 outgoing workers have already been hired
Speaking to the press, SpiceJet president and CEO Ajay Singh said he had already offered work "to more than 100 pilots, 200 flight attendants and 300 technicians from Jet Airways". An intervention by the... more
AirlinesAir Italy answers to the "allegations" of Delta, United and AA carriers
"We are proud to serve the US market with a new brand and a new livery"
Air Italy replies to Delta, United and American Airlines, Delta and United allegations with this declaration that we receive and publish it:"American Airlines, Delta and United have waged a years’ long w... more
AirlinesAvianca Brasil: Azul will not present offers for the carrier
Despite the preliminary agreement signed in March
Speaking at a press conference yesterday, the managing director of Azul John Rodgerson said that the air carrier has decided not to present any offer for the purchase of certain assets of Avianca Brasil,... more
AirlinesAlitalia: will not expire the return of the bridge loan?
Norm contained in the draft of the "decreto legge Crescita"
After three extensions granted to the Alitalia carrier for the return of the 900 million Euro bridge loan (plus interest) granted by the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) following the commissioner,... more
AirlinesJet Airways: airport slots will be temporarily assigned
Move to avoid creating an unmanageable situation
To avoid chaos in the aircraft transport sector due to the cessation of all Jet Airways activities, the Indian government will in the next few days form a commission of experts to temporarily assign to... more
AirlinesJet Airways: all the aircraft fleet grounded
Without an investor, soon the end of the company
Jet Airways aircraft will remain grounded from today until it will be found an investor to take over the majority of the shares of the Indian airline, capable also to inject new funds into the cash necessary... more
AirlinesJet Airways: all aircraft grounded from tomorrow
Flight operations will be suspended
According to what was reported by the Indian press the credit institutions would have rejected the request of the air carrier Jet Airways for a new loan, which will probably cause the company to stop all... more
AirlinesEtihad Airways: Chief Financial Officer Mark Powers resigns
New problems for the carrier?
For Etihad Airways there are not only problems related to the economic situation, since yesterday the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Mark Powers resigned after about a year of work in the Abu Dhabi carrier.... more
AirlinesAviation report (2). Ryanair welcomes EC Group recommendations on reform of European ATC
The note issued by the Irish low-cost carrier
The Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair issued the following note regarding the publication of the recommendations by the EC:"Ryanair welcomed yesterday (April 15) the publication of the 10 recommendations... more
AirlinesAsiana Airlines: soon the sale of the low-cost Air Busan and Air Seoul?
It could be a prerequisite for new financing
Asiana Airlines' creditors are evaluating a plan to maintain financial support for the Korean carrier, which due to the debts accumulated in recent years is about to face a period of corporate restructuring... more