Flight will be disrupted departing from and arriving at Paris-Orly, Marseille and Lyon airports due to the strike by air traffic controllers on March 26 and March 27 For Paris-Orly, the DGAC asked the airlines to reduce operations by 33% of their flights on Sunday, and 20% on Monday. https://www.air...Jump to post
In my opinion, its about MOL realizing the he missed the boat on bargains and people are happily ordering the MAX, so Ryanair better get on with it, or end up far in the back of the line for deliveries.Jump to post
Schedule for Frankfurt published
https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/j ... 88339.html
Well there should be no shortage of potential winter sun destinations - the Caribbean, Mexico, Maldives, Dubai, SE Asia, and so on.Jump to post
It was reported in French newsletter that, DHL Group decided to place 4 more B767F with its Austrian unit by end of 2023.Jump to post
New CEO appointed at Brussels Airlines. Dorothea von Boxberg move to SN from LH Cargo effective April 15.
https://investor-relations.lufthansagro ... lines.html
The supply of kerosene to France’s Ile-de-France region and its Paris Charles-de-Gaulle and Paris Orly airports "is becoming critical" due to strikes at refineries, the Energy Ministry said Thursday. https://www.aa.com.tr/en/europe/fuel-supply-to-french-airports-becoming-critical-ministry/...Jump to post
Brussels Airlines will wet-lease CtyJet CRJ900 capacity for the summer to be utilized on routes to Bordeaux, Geneva, Lyon, Milan and Vienna.
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... mer-offer/
Another round of strikes for Germany. This will impact Frankfurt airport on Monday March 27.
Airport warns of "massive disruptions"
https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/frankfurt-a ... -1.1899509
The update goes into LH internal system on March 23, and will be updated worldwide GDS by the weekend.Jump to post
Details posted in the LH thread
Yes I support providing our good friends interested in tracking aircraft registration changes their own venue to gather and discuss.Jump to post
ATC strike extended till Friday.
Also fuel is running low at Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris Le Bourget. Operators are being encouraged to tanker.
Per the internal schedule advisory first resumed LH A380 service will be LH424 to BOS effective June 1. Followed by JFK LH410 effective July 4.Jump to post
Between Saudia and flydeal adding/resuming 25 markets this year
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FrwdQtoacAE ... name=small
Due ATC strikes 21/22 March, airline have been asked to reduced schedules by 20 percent at ORY and MRS.
So far Transavia published intended cancellation list
Due to the planned ATC strike on Tuesday-Wednesday 21/22March, DGCA has asked airlines to reduce schedules by 20 percent at Paris Orly and Marseille airports.
https://www.air-journal.fr/2023-03-20-g ... 47318.html
QR shared some info regarding plans for A380 fleet. 7 will be used in the schedule, with 1 spare. Two remaining frames will be used as parts spare donors. AAB says the fleet will be flown "only as long as absolutely necessary" and hope they will not be required by 2026 once 777X fleet fina...Jump to post
Group reappointed Michael Trestl as chief commercial officer at OS and member of its executive board for a 5-year term. Was originally to be moved to another assignment within the group. https://www.noen.at/niederoesterreich/wirtschaft/austrian-airlines-michael-trestl-vertrag-um-weitere-fuenf-jahre-...Jump to post
We used to have nice discussions here about various topics and great background information about airlines and airports in Turkey, but now seems this thread has become one mostly about aircraft registrations. How about creating a separate Turkish aviation fleet thread instead, and keeping this one f...Jump to post
US is certainly free to manage actions of its airlines, but seems silly to force other nations to copy. A recent year example are restrictions such as overflight of nations like Iran that US bars its airlines, but virtually the entire world does not care and is ok with transiting Iran. If US seeks t...Jump to post
Reported LH Group intends to reach deal with Italian government by end of March covering the commercial and operational integration of ITA into the group. Per agreement with Italian government back in January, they have until April 21 to finalize details. The reported biggest issues at hand are - In...Jump to post
To aid with Seattle loads, TN will extend its PPT-SEA service to CDG 01June-01September - 2x weekly
TN58 SEA-CDG 1430-0900+1 TuSa
TN57 CDG-SEA 1205-1320 WeSu
Remember late last year it was reported they could be given slots in FRA or CDG as part of the KE/OZ merger so its quite possible we hear about a Europe route this year also as fleet grows.Jump to post
Starting today March 15, China will resume issuing visas to foreigners for tourism and medical reasons.
http://at.china-embassy.gov.cn/det/xwdt ... 041621.htm
Air France announced the full repayment of its remaining €2.5 billion bank loan guarantees by the French state granted during the Covid-19 crisis.
https://www.airfranceklm.com/en/newsroo ... -state-pge
Next strike is Friday 17 March covering the airports of Cologne, Dussledorf, Stuttgart and regional airport at Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden.
https://aviation.direct/in-stuttgart-ko ... streik-auf
SAS announced 10 routes for S23. Also increasing frequencies in some markets including longhaul Tokyo and Shanghai.
https://www.sasgroup.net/newsroom/press ... he-summer/
EK will return A380 A6-EEB to Doric Nimrod Air Finance Alpha at lease expiry in November 24.Jump to post
Binter says it expects to benefit from the merger as slots are released providing growth opportunities.
https://worldnationnews.com/brussels-in ... -purchase/
Atlantic Airways will resume flights to Paris CDG this summer - 3x weekly
https://www.air-journal.fr/2023-03-15-a ... 47191.html
DHL and China Southern Airlines have moved cargo ops to NLU.
Air France protesting cargo move to NLU and may take legal action, while Lufthansa still reviewing options for the July 7 move deadline.
https://theloadstar.com/mexico-city-air ... need-help/
LH Group puts out a policy paper calling ITA takeover a win-win for Germany and Italy.
https://politikbrief.lufthansagroup.com ... march-2023
Jazeera Airways announced its plan establishes a subsidiary in Saudi Arabia to be based in Dammam.
https://www.thenationalnews.com/busines ... -partners/
Another set of strikes on Monday planned by ver.di covering 4 airports - Berlin, Bremen, Hamburg and Hanover https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/german-union-calls-berlin-airport-security-personnel-strike-monday-2023-03-11/ Approximately 200 LH/Eurowings services canceled so far in advance at impac...Jump to post
I have not heard anything. You choice today is either Taxi/Uber or RER B plus Orlyval if you wish to stick with public transit. I am not sure Le Bus Direct made much money between the airports to begin with. I recall during times when AF had its Les Cars Air France service, the CDG-ORY link had the ...Jump to post
Transavia France has unveiled six new routes for S23 adding flights to Algiers, Oujda, Dakar and Gothenburg from Bastia, Strasbourg, Marseille and Nantes respectively.
https://www.pnc-contact.com/2023/03/09/ ... inations-2
Aviator newsletter reports SAS in talks with Hi Fly Malta to lease in two aircraft S23 due fleet shortage needed to cover longhaul opsJump to post
Due national strike planned for 07-08 March, Air France will pre-cancel 20% of flights. They expect to protect longhaul, with cuts focused on short/medium segments.
https://www.air-journal.fr/2023-03-06-a ... 46916.html
The scale at which Ryanair leads the European airline sector in passengers is pretty amazing. All done without the benefit of widebodies.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Fqar7HjWIAI ... me=900x900
Not sure why airlines should have free reign.
Any nation should be able to decide its aviation policy, be it expanding airports, or shrinking them.
Maybe the Netherlands should just decommission some runways and terminal piers at AMS instead which would create the desired capacity cap instead.
Had time to review the financial statements. Below is 2022 breakdown of net EBIT profitability by unit. Austrian - Loss €1m Brussels - Loss €75m Eurowings - Loss €200m Lufthansa - Loss €432m Swiss - Profit €472m Logistics - Profit €1,575m MRO - Profit €456m Catering - Loss €182m Other(IT, training, ...Jump to post
Luxair picking up 4 737MAX-8s.
2 direct from Boeing, 2 under lease
https://boeing.mediaroom.com/2023-03-03 ... g-737-Jets
The next national strike planned 7-8 March.
DGCA has asked operators reduce schedules by 20% at CDG, and 30% at BOD, BVA, LIL, LYS, MPL, MRS, NCE, NTE, ORY, and TLS.
https://twitter.com/airplusnews/status/ ... 3956998154
Entered into sale/leaseback agreement with Aviation Capital Group covering ten A320neos.
https://www.sasgroup.net/newsroom/press ... -aircraft/
Temasek (Singapore national investment arm and holder of majority voting stock in SIA) says its interested in investing in GBA.
https://macaudailytimes.com.mo/ce-holds ... mpany.html
In between the other announcement today, it was confirmed Eurowings would be receiving 10 A321 from LH mainline. The first six will be ceo's transfered by May, and rest will be four new neo by year-end. https://www.aerotime.aero/articles/first-of-eurowings-10-airbus-a321s-is-ready-for-the-summer-sea...Jump to post
I find the whole thing a bit odd that competition authorities would approve.
With VS entering Skyteam and saying they would coordinate the new routes commercial matters wth KE, I dont exactly see how they view this as added competition?
Question: with the restrictions being placed on AMS both in terms of capacity AND new destinations, how much capacity does CDG have to pick up the slack? In 2017 it was published airport terminal design capacity was 80mil, and there was a modernization plan to expand this by a further 40 million by...Jump to post
ScottB wrote:What exactly is 6Q22? (Since there are generally four quarters in a year.)