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by sn26567
23 Jun 2021, 18:24
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Ryanair (Holdings) in 2021
Replies: 54
Views: 6322

Re: Ryanair (Holdings) in 2021

Ryanair expands in Finland this winter with 9 new routes (incl. one to Brussels South Charleroi), 14 routes in total

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/ryan ... -in-total/
by sn26567
23 Jun 2021, 15:43
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Impact of the coronavirus crisis on aviation
Replies: 1088
Views: 294153

Re: Impact of the coronavirus crisis on aviation

TUI Airways (UK) is joining Virgin Atlantic and British Airways in supporting legal action against the UK government’s travel restrictions.
by sn26567
23 Jun 2021, 15:40
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Austrian Airlines in 2021
Replies: 11
Views: 1937

Re: Austrian Airlines in 2021

Austrian Airlines is ending its “Prachter” operation (passenger aircraft used as freighters). Two B777s registered OE-LPA and OE-LPC with removed passenger seats and thus increased cargo capacity formed the backbone of the cargo operation. The B767 fleet also carried out cargo-only operations.
by sn26567
22 Jun 2021, 17:10
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: TUI fly in 2021
Replies: 34
Views: 5136

Re: TUI fly in 2021

TUI fly Netherlands took delivery of one Boeing 737 MAX 8, MSN 44652.
by sn26567
22 Jun 2021, 17:04
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Jet Airways temporarily suspending their ops, is it definitive ?
Replies: 100
Views: 51796

Re: Jet Airways temporarily suspending their ops, is it definitive ?

Jet Airways is getting a plan in place to resume operations flights and may start operations within six months of approval from the NCLT. Jet Airways can resume operations under a new owner more than two years after it collapsed, according to the NCLT. The carrier plans to begin operations by 2021 e...
by sn26567
22 Jun 2021, 16:53
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Start-up, new airlines
Replies: 206
Views: 84907

Re: Start-up, new airlines

Air Premia of South Korea is expected to receive an AOC and acquire a B787-9 in February 2021. Air Premia to introduce its first aircraft, a B787-9, as early as April 2021, with two more due in the year when it launches operations. The carrier recently secured US$57 million investment to help finan...
by sn26567
22 Jun 2021, 16:51
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Airline bankruptcies, ceased operations, restructurations
Replies: 218
Views: 97606

Re: Airline bankruptcies, ceased operations, restructurations

Aeromexico asked the New York Southern District Court for a couple of extensions, each of up to 120 days to 25 October 2021, to finalise its reorganisation plan under Chapter 11. Aeromexico asked the New York Southern District Court to modify the requested extension period to present its final rest...
by sn26567
22 Jun 2021, 16:49
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Impact of the coronavirus crisis on aviation
Replies: 1088
Views: 294153

Re: Impact of the coronavirus crisis on aviation

Aer Lingus needs a few hundred million euros in extra liquidity due to COVID-19 disruptions and does not expect the easing of Irish travel curbs in July 2021 to provide a significant near term bounce. Aer Lingus has warned that the airline’s operations in Ireland will be smaller “ for some time to ...
by sn26567
22 Jun 2021, 15:54
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: WOW Air bankrupt, restarts as PLAY
Replies: 79
Views: 34300

Re: WOW Air bankrupt, restarts as PLAY

Michele Ballarin's company, USAerospace Partners Inc, yesterday requested that testimonies be taken from 11 people connected to the fallen airline WOW Air, to seek evidence of where the company's flight manuals ended. When WOW Air went bankrupt, in March 2019, one of the most valuable assets was the...
by sn26567
19 Jun 2021, 23:25
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Boeing 737 (MAX) news
Replies: 729
Views: 442525

Re: Boeing 737 (MAX) news

The Boeing 737 MAX 10 successfully completed its first flight. But what is so extraordinary about the MAx 10? It has barely 12 seats more than the MAX 9. I don't understand the guys at Boeing making such a big effort to add only two rows of seats! https://www.aviation24.be/manufacturers/boeing/737/m...
by sn26567
18 Jun 2021, 17:12
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Impact of the coronavirus crisis on aviation
Replies: 1088
Views: 294153

Re: Impact of the coronavirus crisis on aviation

Emirates will have recovered close to 90% of its pre-pandemic network by the end of July 2021, operating 880 weekly services across 124 cities. The airline will resume services to seven cities in July including: Venice, Phuket, Nice, Orlando, Lyon, Malta, and Mexico City. https://www.aviation24.be/...
by sn26567
18 Jun 2021, 17:10
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Trivia 2021 (miscellaneous news)
Replies: 39
Views: 6820

Re: Trivia 2021 (miscellaneous news)

sn26567 wrote: 18 Jan 2021, 21:17 De Havilland Aircraft of Canada will pause DHC8-400 (ex-Q400) production later in 2021, once the backlog of at least 17 aircraft is assembled.
De Havilland Canada has started “decommissioning” its DHC8-400 manufacturing site in Toronto and will soon pause production.
by sn26567
18 Jun 2021, 17:08
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Start-up, new airlines
Replies: 206
Views: 84907

Re: Start-up, new airlines

Airhub took delivery of one A340-300, MSN 668, the first A340 of four to be added to its Maltese AOC fleet. The aircraft will begin flying in July 2021, and may be utilised for cargo operations. Airhub has the capacity for up to 10 additional mixed type aircraft in the fleet by end of 2021.
by sn26567
18 Jun 2021, 17:06
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Boeing 787 news
Replies: 1145
Views: 531320

Re: Boeing 787 news

Air New Zealand announces a delivery date for the first of eight new B787s. The first aircraft will now arrive in fiscal 2024.
by sn26567
18 Jun 2021, 14:13
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: History of Air Afrique
Replies: 1
Views: 178

Re: History of Air Afrique

Air Afrique was a great story of international cooperation. It was a pity to see it collapse, mainly because of nationalist trends in several countries. I don't see such a project come up again, because of the same nationalist feelings (and the situation is the same in Europe: transnational airlines...
by sn26567
18 Jun 2021, 14:06
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brussels Airlines in 2021
Replies: 83
Views: 19917

Re: Brussels Airlines in 2021

Poiu wrote: 18 Jun 2021, 12:06 Let’s hope they can finally pay back the tickets from last year’s cancelled flights.
I had two SN flights cancelled this year (cancelled by me because of changes in schedule). I was reimbursed in 3 days for the first one and in 12 hours for the second one.
by sn26567
17 Jun 2021, 22:08
Forum: Airline experiences and trip reports
Topic: Where will you fly in 2021?
Replies: 36
Views: 12825

Re: Where will you fly in 2021?

Finally flown BRU-SPC TB B38M (First flight on a 737 MAX 8) SPC-MAD IB A321 (Using a voucher close to its expiration date) MAD-BRU IB A20N (First flight on an A320neo) Booked BRU-RHO SN A320 for testing the new EU Covid certificate BEFORE 1 July as Greece is a rare country already accepting it RHO-...
by sn26567
17 Jun 2021, 21:45
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Belarus forces diversion to Minsk of Ryanair flight carrying a dissident in order to arrest him
Replies: 75
Views: 4801

Re: Belarus forces diversion to Minsk of Ryanair flight carrying a dissident in order to arrest him

A flight (between 2 Schengen countries) is forced to divert outside of EU and a passenger is detained. How much protection have we seen? None. The EU doesn't have a lot of competencies in the military field. NATO is the right body to protect our countries, but what could NATO have done in this case...