Mortyman wrote:So if they decide in 2018, how quick will the first Aircraft arrive ? What is the timeframe ?
Still nothing official from Delta.....Jump to post
Aftenposten says DY and SK will increase competition in Norway with 1000000 more seats in the market combined. If the article is accurate they will increase 500000 each. https://www.aftenposten.no/okonomi/i/1knm1M/Norwegian-og-SAS-oker-kraftig-i-Norge_-reisetopp-advarer-mot-miljokonsekvensene Artic...Jump to post
Kikko19 wrote:As much as I like the crj I think it is time to move on.
It is the older 737's that will be replaced first. These are mainly of the -600 and -700 variant, while the -800 are newer. If SAS places an order for new 737's, it will be the only legacy EU-carrier that has the 737 on order. (?) By the time any aircraft from this coming order is delivered, all -6...Jump to post
From what I understand from the article they are only considering Boeing 737 or Airbus 320 series Correct, both the SAS' CEO and their fleet director as late as Yesterday said the decision is between the A320neo-series and 737-MAX series. They have even said thay haven't decided if they go for only...Jump to post
andymartin wrote:What is happening with SAS Ireland? A320N EI-SIA was delivered to ARN on 30th Nov but it hasnt moved since then?
What? I've had the time to rehearse the Messiah three times and to play it in concert once, and there is still no picture of the QR A35K FF? What could be taking so much time? There are many photos on other forums, twitter etc https://twitter.com/THOFBOSS/status/938738610475585536?ref_src=twsrc%5Et...Jump to post
Jump to postBombardier CS 300 55015 HB-JCF Swiss International delivery 28nov17 YMX-ZRH ex C-FOVK
Is Terminal C now used by anyone else than Lufthansa and their widebodies? Yes, AFAIK a number of airlines that already used it before AB's collapse are staying there for the time being. Today's departures from Terminal C, for instance, include Alitalia, Finnair, SAS, Iberia Express, Aer Lingus, Lu...Jump to post
Next for Lufthansa
Jump to postAirbus A320 -271N 7735 D-AINJ Lufthansa delivery 27nov17 XFW-SXF ex D-AXAT
Wizz is starting 3x weekly Sibiu-Copenhagen from June 22
https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... june-2018/
Yes, they flew several routes via Germany in the 70s, with traffic rights This is from 1972 https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/257181/1972-sas-inter-continental-network/ The airline marked looked different back then and those routes via other countries with traffic rights was not unco...Jump to post
Next for Qatar is being delivered, their #21
Jump to postAirbus A350 -941 90 A7-ALT Qatar Airways delivery 24nov17 TLS-DOH ex F-WZNT
Statistics for scheduled passenger air traffic between India and the Nordics (Q3/Jul-Sep 17) City-pair and PAX Delhi - Copenhagen 1,858 Delhi - Stockholm 6,448 Delhi - Helsinki 18,556 Note: all cities served 3x weekly, DEL-ARN was launched on 15 Aug 2017 and DEL-CPH on 16 Sep 2017. Link to the stat...Jump to post
Different AC type but LOT related news, the airline has just ordered 6 additional E195 jets from Embraer for delivery starting next year. No news yet whether they are intended to replace the E170s or for fleet growth. Meanwhile the first MAX is expected to enter service on the 7th of December on th...Jump to post
S7 will fly 2x weekly LED-ARN and LED-CPH with E170 next summer https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/275730/s7-airlines-expands-european-network-from-st-petersburg-in-s18/ St. Petersburg – Copenhagen 02JUN18 – 29SEP18 2 weekly Embraer E170 St. Petersburg – Stockholm Arlanda 03JUN18 – 30...Jump to post
mjoelnir wrote:The L2 door was to near the engine and never used for boarding.
Could Finnair /Norra/OneWorld make Bromma as their focus airport in Stockholm and leave Arlanda completely? Or is there something in Arlanda that requires their presence there? Capacity probably. Considering Finnair fly to ARN, something around 8x daily and that BMA is limited when it comes to allo...Jump to post
I could see LCCs ordering the C-series, both the CS100 and CS300, and then quipping them with six abreast seating. In a six abreast configuration, at 30 pitch 1-class, the CS100 and CS300 would carry 150 and 180 passengers respectively. AFAIK the CS100 and CS300 is certified for max 130 and 160 pas...Jump to post
Seems like TUI Nordic's first 737-8MAX will be based at HEL http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/275602/tui-nordic-outlines-1q18-boeing-737-max-8-operations/ Helsinki – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 01MAR18 3 weekly (Day 346) Helsinki – Lanzarote eff 02MAR18 2 weekly (Day 15) Helsinki – Te...Jump to post
There is a few examples in Norway. Scheduled flying time Kirkenes-Vadsø is 25 minutes, i.e. actual flying time is less something like 20is minutes, Driving is 3,5 hours. And there is a lot of outher examples in Norway, ofter 5-7 hours by car or 40 minutes by planeJump to post
I suspect SAS. They have some old 736s and 737s...and some may upgauge CR9 routes. Agree with you about the 736/737 - but they do not own any CR9 any more - i think it is Cittilink that makes this production for them. . Cityjet But they are used partly 736 replacement, it just operated by Cityjet i...Jump to post
I hate all these undisclosed orders....even LoIs like here.
And what is really a "firm LoI" ?
My last flight from OSL (to ARN) was fully automated. Printed bag tags from the check-in machine, used the self-service bag drop, the boarding card check at security is automated, although of course the actual security is being staffed. Entered the SAS lounge which has automatic gates, and then the ...Jump to post
The table shows that all 13 B736 will stay in the fleet until 2027 - that's impressive. They must have found a route structure they are economical on. What are their plans with the MAX 7? Will it be a 150-seat trans-Atlantic bird? Or will they squeeze in 172 seats, which is the new 7 max seat count...Jump to post
PPVLC wrote:Fourteen different flights to Brazil, they are really going for it...
What?! According to marketwatch.com, Finnair is in finacial problems, as well as Turkish Airlines. Also, the website shows Finnair is a candidate for bankruptcy. This cannot be true :lol: marketwatch.com What a joke of a website. This one claims SAS is better financially safe than Lufthansa :laughi...Jump to post
Beijing Capital obviously is the designated Chinese carrier on Beijing-Copenhagen and Beijing-Helsinki. However, they have to fly it within 2 years, if not they loose their route authority from the Chinese government. And this may also affect their possibility to be awarded other routes between Chin...Jump to post
Seems like it is aiming for the ski-traffic to the alps, when Blue Air is starting 1x weekly Stockholm-Turin Jan-Mar this winter
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... m-in-1q18/