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TLspotting wrote: 05 Mar 2021, 22:08 Last post about HiSky, they launched their first commercial service, from Chisinau to Hurghada this morning.
HiSky to start Satu Mare - Frankfurt on 1 May 2021.
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Alliance Airlines of Australia to launch commercial service with its E190s, out of Adelaide and Darwin. So far 18 E190s have been delivered, with the remaining 12 arriving by November 2021.
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sn26567 wrote: 15 Mar 2021, 21:19 Bees Airline obtains its license to operate flights. The carrier to begin charter flights on 18 March 2021 from Kyiv to Sharm el-Sheikh and Marsa Alam, with one B737-800. A second B737-800 is due soon, and two more in May 2021.
Bees Airline starts Kyiv Zhuliany to :

Yerevan, from 29 April, 1--4---
Tbilisi, from 30 April, -2--5--
Batumi, from 9 June, 1-3-5-7

And Odesa - Yerevan, from 14 June, 1---5--
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sn26567 wrote: 23 Nov 2020, 17:02 Ego Airways obtained its Italian AOC and was assigned EGW as its ICAO operating code. The carrier will launch domestic operations in early 2021 with two aircraft based out of Milan Malpensa. The fleet is expected to grow to six in a short time.
EGO Airways launched operations on 30 March 2021, flying one E190 from Catania to Parma, Lamezia Terme, and Forli. Not exactly the plan that was devised when the airline got its AOC.

Flybondi of Argentina began flights from Buenos Aires Aeroparque to 12 domestic destinations with its two B737-800s. The carrier plans to expand its fleet with two more aircraft, pending demand.
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TLspotting wrote: 09 Mar 2021, 12:27 Another interesting airline :

Pragusa.one wants to launch operations in long-haul from both Prague and Dubrovnik, launch expected in June 2021, using first 2 A330 and 2 A359, now AOC yet, to be applied next month.
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Personally, start ops at PRG is good but DBV, I have many doubts.
Pragusa.One (based in Croatia) plans to start off as a tour operator selling tour packages to Dubrovnik and Prague, and then offer point-to-point flights to New York and Los Angeles with wet-leased A330s and A350s. The carrier plans to convert the wet-lease into a dry-lease by 2024, and secure from Airbus new A350s in a single class all premium economy configuration by 2024.
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TLspotting wrote: 09 Mar 2021, 12:27
sn26567 wrote: 08 Mar 2021, 15:50
sn26567 wrote: 19 Feb 2021, 17:34
Montenegro launched a tender for the delivery of consultancy services to ToMontenegro. The consultant will support obtaining a new AOC, building the airline’s foundations and organizational structure, and more. Bids due 24 February 2021.
ToMontenegro hopes to launch operations ahead by the summer 2021 season, with at least two aircraft — E195s.
They have asked for a new name/brand so it is probably a temporary name.
ToMontenegro will be branded as Air Montenegro when launched, following a review of over 500 proposals.
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Hala Air obtained its AOC from Libya CAA.

Sky Mali plans to begin international flights in April 2021 from Bamako to multiple destinations in West Africa.
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TLspotting wrote: 01 Apr 2021, 22:55
sn26567 wrote: 15 Mar 2021, 21:19 Bees Airline obtains its license to operate flights. The carrier to begin charter flights on 18 March 2021 from Kyiv to Sharm el-Sheikh and Marsa Alam, with one B737-800. A second B737-800 is due soon, and two more in May 2021.
Bees Airline starts Kyiv Zhuliany to :

Yerevan, from 29 April, 1--4---
Tbilisi, from 30 April, -2--5--
Batumi, from 9 June, 1-3-5-7

And Odesa - Yerevan, from 14 June, 1---5--
They plan Montenegro and Croatia flights : https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/04/be ... oatia.html
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Air Leap of Sweden to establish two local brands in Sweden — Air Halland and Air Skane Angelholm — while Air Leap Scandinavia will continue to focus on the commercial offerings.

Why should they make things simple when they can make them complicated?
sn26567 wrote: 30 Mar 2021, 17:17 Flyr will take delivery of its first B737, registration LN-FGA, in early May 2021. Flyr has signed LOIs for its first two B737-800s, and is in final talks for more aircraft. The first aircraft will be delivered in May, while the next ones will arrive in early June. The fleet will expand throughout the autumn.
Flyr will start selling airline tickets in early June and the company’s very first flight will go to Tromso on 01 July 2021 with B737-800. The start-up date (previously set at 1 June) is adapted to the government’s plan for reopening Norwegian society.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/flyr ... -late-may/
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sn26567 wrote: 09 Apr 2021, 16:31 Flyr will start selling airline tickets in early June and the company’s very first flight will go to Tromso on 01 July 2021 with B737-800. The start-up date (previously set at 1 June) is adapted to the government’s plan for reopening Norwegian society.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/flyr ... -late-may/
TC-CPI & TC-CPJ are to become LN-FGA & LN-FGB
TLspotting wrote: 27 Mar 2021, 16:45
sn26567 wrote: 25 Mar 2021, 17:51 Air Lease Corp. announced a long-term lease placement for one used A320-200 with HiSky Moldova. Scheduled to deliver in April 2021, this is ALC’s third A320 family aircraft placement with the Moldovan startup airline.
This new aircraft is to be registered YR-BEE, ex OE-IRQ, A320-232SL, according to BoardingPass.ro.
YR-BEE is being painted : https://www.facebook.com/hisky.aero/pos ... 5796987598
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sn26567 wrote: 14 Jan 2021, 18:01 World2fly will have three planes to fly to Punta Cana, Cancun and Havana. One A330-300 and one A350-900 will begin operations in summer 2021 and a third Airbus to be delivered in 2022.
World2Fly plans to base one of its two A350s in Lisbon from May 2022.

Aero-K of South Korea) has commenced domestic operations, five years since the establishment of the airline. The carrier is seeking support from the government and local governments, as it is urgently needed.
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sn26567 wrote: 09 Apr 2021, 16:31 Air Leap of Sweden to establish two local brands in Sweden — Air Halland and Air Skane Angelholm — while Air Leap Scandinavia will continue to focus on the commercial offerings.
Air Leap sets up another brand out of Malmo, called Air Skane Malmo.

Will they open a new subsidiary at every Swedish airport?
sn26567 wrote: 08 Mar 2021, 15:50 ToMontenegro hopes to launch operations ahead by the summer 2021 season, with at least two aircraft — E195s.
Montenegro’s government said it would increase the capital of the country’s new flag carrier, ToMontenegro, to US$27.5 million.
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