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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:59 am

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So Air Algerie is trying to develop the same hub as RAM next door? I wonder how successful they will be. Is there any local demand from Algeria to countries in western and south-western Africa or will they have to rely mostly on transfer passengers?


With it is geographical situation, Algiers is more "natural" Europe/West, South Africa Hub than CMN

In the seventies, Algiers was linked to many west-African cities and had even traffic rights between many African countries

The demand from Algiers is important to some Arabic or French speaking cities like NKC, BKO, NIM and OUA. Business is also increasing with DKR and ABJ. Next AH routes will be LBV and DLA. Of course putting in place a competitive Hub means opening new routes to Africa / increase frequency and adapt flight timing to attract transfer passengers


I understand that it's geographical location is quite good but it's not like their competitors will sit idly by. They will also have to compete with European carriers as well as Turkish Airlines. Not to mention that the market in many of these African markets might not be large enough for all those players...yet.
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Jun 05, 2019 12:43 pm

During coming W19 season, AH will open two new routes from CZL

CZL-LIL 2 flights per week (resumption of a route that was operated only in summer during the 90s)
CZL-ETZ 1 flight per week (This route was previously operated only during summer)
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jun 06, 2019 10:29 pm

Today 1st Transavia flight between Nantes and Oran

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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:43 pm

1st AC YUL-ALG flight arrived this morning
AC810 A333 C-GEFA

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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jun 09, 2019 4:03 pm

Algiers new terminal "Terminal Ouest"

Is used for international flights by AH, SF and all foreign airlines expect : AT, TU, BJ, MS, SV, QR, EK, RJ and TK. These airlines will stay in the current T1

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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Jul 03, 2019 9:29 pm

Air Algerie adds weekly Dalaman flight in August 2019

Air Algerie during the month of August 2019 is adding limited-time service on Algiers – Dalaman route, on board Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The scheduled charter is will be served on Thursdays from Algiers, between 01AUG19 and 30AUG19.

AH3688 ALG2030 – 0145+1DLM 73H 4
AH3689 DLM0245 – 0430ALG 73H 5


https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... gust-2019/
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jul 18, 2019 5:27 pm

30 flights will transport Algerian football fans to Cairo for the final of the African Nations Cup tomorrow between Algeria and Senegal
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jul 18, 2019 11:28 pm

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30 flights will transport Algerian football fans to Cairo for the final of the African Nations Cup tomorrow between Algeria and Senegal

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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:18 am

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dabc wrote:
30 flights will transport Algerian football fans to Cairo for the final of the African Nations Cup tomorrow between Algeria and Senegal

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Nice, anyone know what airlines and carriers were booked for these flights? I assume Air Algerie sent its A330?
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jul 19, 2019 8:29 am

Blerg wrote:
dabc wrote:
dabc wrote:
30 flights will transport Algerian football fans to Cairo for the final of the African Nations Cup tomorrow between Algeria and Senegal

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Nice, anyone know what airlines and carriers were booked for these flights? I assume Air Algerie sent its A330?


Air Algerie : 16 flights (A330, 737-800) including 2 regular flights
Tassili Airlines : 7 flights (737-800)
Algerian Air Force : 9 flights (Il-76)
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jul 19, 2019 12:41 pm

Two additional flights added this morning

Air Algerie 17 flights (A330, 737-800) including two regular flights
Tassili Airlines : 8 flights (737-800)
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jul 19, 2019 12:52 pm

Algerian Air Force operated passenger flights with the Il-76? :D
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jul 19, 2019 3:45 pm

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Algerian Air Force operated passenger flights with the Il-76? :D


Yes, 9 flights from 9 different cities in Southern Algeria
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Jul 23, 2019 5:36 am

2019 Summer charter flights from Algerian cities or by Algerian Airlines

Algiers-Istanbul : Tassili Airlines (in addition to the regular flights by Air Algerie & Turkish Airlines)
Algiers-Antalya : Tassili Airlines (in addition to the seasonal flights by Air Algerie & Turkish Airlines)
Algiers-Dalaman : Air Algerie
Algiers-Sharm El Sheikh : Air Algérie, Tassili Airlines, Egyptair
Algiers-Monastir : Tassili Airlines, Nouvelair
Algiers-Djerba : Tassili Airlines

Oran-Sharm El Sheikh : Air Algerie
Oran-Djerba : Tunisair

Constantine-Antalya : Air Algerie
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Aug 26, 2019 8:42 am

dabc wrote:
2019 Summer charter flights from Algerian cities or by Algerian Airlines

Algiers-Istanbul : Tassili Airlines (in addition to the regular flights by Air Algerie & Turkish Airlines)
Algiers-Antalya : Tassili Airlines (in addition to the seasonal flights by Air Algerie & Turkish Airlines)
Algiers-Dalaman : Air Algerie
Algiers-Sharm El Sheikh : Air Algérie, Tassili Airlines, Egyptair
Algiers-Monastir : Tassili Airlines, Nouvelair
Algiers-Djerba : Tassili Airlines

Oran-Sharm El Sheikh : Air Algerie
Oran-Djerba : Tunisair

Constantine-Antalya : Air Algerie


Update

Algiers-Istanbul : Tassili Airlines (in addition to the regular flights by Air Algerie & Turkish Airlines)
Algiers-Antalya : Tassili Airlines (in addition to the seasonal flights by Air Algerie & Turkish Airlines)
Algiers-Dalaman : Air Algerie

Algiers-Sharm El Sheikh : Air Algérie, Tassili Airlines, Egyptair
Algiers-Hurghada : Egyptair

Algiers-Monastir : Tassili Airlines, Nouvelair
Algiers-Djerba : Tassili Airlines

Oran-Sharm El Sheikh : Air Algerie
Oran-Djerba : Tunisair

Constantine-Antalya : Air Algerie
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Aug 26, 2019 12:49 pm

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I don't understand why Algeria does not allow visa free access for EU passport holders like Morocco or Tunis do. That would increase those numbers.

I would love to know what the security situation is like. My understanding is a foreigner can’t really walk around unescorted without fear of kidnap, violence etc. I’d love to see Algiers but every time I raise the suggestion with an Algerian they tell me it isn’t really a good idea.

Also, this airline don’t do transit traffic at all. I’ve tried to book it and it can’t be done, you need a visa etc.

Can anyone expand on these issues?
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Aug 26, 2019 1:02 pm

cedarjet wrote:
My understanding is a foreigner can’t really walk around unescorted without fear of kidnap, violence etc.


The things you read. I did not feel that at all last time I was in Algiers and Oran a couple of months ago. Some areas aren't safe but unless you are working in Oil and Gas you don't have any reason to go there.
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:35 pm

cedarjet wrote:
SCQ83 wrote:
I don't understand why Algeria does not allow visa free access for EU passport holders like Morocco or Tunis do. That would increase those numbers.

I would love to know what the security situation is like. My understanding is a foreigner can’t really walk around unescorted without fear of kidnap, violence etc. I’d love to see Algiers but every time I raise the suggestion with an Algerian they tell me it isn’t really a good idea.

Also, this airline don’t do transit traffic at all. I’ve tried to book it and it can’t be done, you need a visa etc.

Can anyone expand on these issues?


The civil war ended in 1999, 20 years ago, and even during what Algerians call the black decade (the 90s), some tourists visited Algeria during that period especially the south

Unlike some poor countries in North Africa, Algeria, is the only country in the region where a tourist can walk without any problem as no one will disturb him or ask him for money
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Aug 27, 2019 7:28 pm

cedarjet wrote:
I would love to know what the security situation is like. My understanding is a foreigner can’t really walk around unescorted without fear of kidnap, violence etc. I’d love to see Algiers but every time I raise the suggestion with an Algerian they tell me it isn’t really a good idea.

Also, this airline don’t do transit traffic at all. I’ve tried to book it and it can’t be done, you need a visa etc.

Can anyone expand on these issues?


I've traveled to Algeria a number of times, in major cities (Algiers, Oran, Constantine, Annaba, ...) as well as secondary cities, each time with a rental car, lots of driving, lots of walking in cities, staying overnight in small towns, and can tell you for a fact that the country is not dangerous, certainly not to the point that a foreigner can’t really walk around unescorted without fear of kidnap, violence etc.

Like everywhere else, some places can have their problems but the country as a whole isn't unsafe, and its citizens are very welcoming. Use common sense to figure out which areas to avoid, especially at night. The main danger in my opinion are the sometimes crazy driving habits, but even then, a little bit of caution will save you from trouble.

Oh and, it helps a lot to at least have a basic understanding of the culture and customs, people will be friendly and helpful if they feel that you care about that.

Be aware that the accommodation/restaurant scene, while vastly better than it was a couple of years ago, is still lagging.

The various new routes mentioned in this thread show that the situation is normal and the demand is growing. Many of these routes are aimed at VFR (namely, for the huge Algerian diaspora in France/Belgium), but business is growing as well in Algeria (although it still has a long way to go to meet decent standards and be investor-friendly).

Regards
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:02 am

cedarjet wrote:
SCQ83 wrote:
I don't understand why Algeria does not allow visa free access for EU passport holders like Morocco or Tunis do. That would increase those numbers.

I would love to know what the security situation is like. My understanding is a foreigner can’t really walk around unescorted without fear of kidnap, violence etc. I’d love to see Algiers but every time I raise the suggestion with an Algerian they tell me it isn’t really a good idea.

Also, this airline don’t do transit traffic at all. I’ve tried to book it and it can’t be done, you need a visa etc.

Can anyone expand on these issues?


Fearmongering. A lot of Algerian diaspora have this idea that Algeria isn’t safe but I’d say you’re just as safe in Algeria as you would be in Morocco.

With regards to tourist/transit visas in Algeria, my understanding is that the regime remains very weary about about foreign influence/access to Algeria - for whatever reason. The visa process is fairly long and complex.
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:21 am

BrusselsSouth wrote:
I've traveled to Algeria a number of times, in major cities (Algiers, Oran, Constantine, Annaba, ...) as well as secondary cities, each time with a rental car, lots of driving, lots of walking in cities, staying overnight in small towns, and can tell you for a fact that the country is not dangerous, certainly not to the point that a foreigner can’t really walk around unescorted without fear of kidnap, violence etc


A friend went to Algiers recently and posted pictures and it looked like quite an OK city. It reminded me of Marseille. Apparently it even has even a modern metro. The only one in Maghreb.

brodeurprice wrote:
With regards to tourist/transit visas in Algeria, my understanding is that the regime remains very weary about about foreign influence/access to Algeria - for whatever reason. The visa process is fairly long and complex.


That is a very bad sign. Before the Arab Spring the Middle Eastern/Arab countries that had the most complex visas were Syria, Libya and Saudi Arabia. The two first... look at how they ended. Saudi is "stable" because of the US but even they are now liberalising tourist visas.
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Sep 11, 2019 5:46 pm

After the shutdown of ZI, Air Algerie added capacity to the following routes

ALG-LYS : 10 flights per week (9 during summer pic)
ORN-ORY : Daily => 11 flights per week
BJA-ORY : Daily => 10 flights per week
ALG-MLH : New, 2 flights per week

This program is valid till end of September

Tassili Airlines also opened ALG-ORY, daily till end of September
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:44 am

Flynas adds Algiers from end Oct 19

JED-ALG : Friday
MED-ALG : Tuesday, Sunday
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Sep 25, 2019 5:58 pm

Transavia will increase Nantes-Algiers to 4 weekly in S20

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https://www.air-journal.fr/2019-09-24-t ... 15159.html
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Sep 26, 2019 3:30 pm

AC Rouge YUL-ALG Daily 763ER during S20 vs 5 weekly AC 333 in S19
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 27, 2019 8:56 am

dabc wrote:
After the shutdown of ZI, Air Algerie added capacity to the following routes

ALG-LYS : 10 flights per week (9 during summer pic)
ORN-ORY : Daily => 11 flights per week
BJA-ORY : Daily => 10 flights per week
ALG-MLH : New, 2 flights per week

This program is valid till end of September



The above program is now valid till end of October

Also, AH1006 ALG-ORY will continue to be operated on daily basis
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 27, 2019 11:00 am

What is the latest development of Tassili Airlines?
Are they restructuring their route network?
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 27, 2019 10:56 pm

Rom1 wrote:
What is the latest development of Tassili Airlines?
Are they restructuring their route network?


Many charter flights this summer : Istanbul, Antalya, Sharm El Sheikh, Djerba, Monastir

The international program for the coming winter season is still unclear. No confirmation yet if new routes will be opened to France following the collapse of Aigle Azur
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 5:05 am

During coming winter season, VY will close AGP-ALG (2 weekly) and increase BCN-ALG from 12 to 14 flights per week
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 6:16 am

dabc wrote:
During coming winter season, VY will close AGP-ALG (2 weekly) and increase BCN-ALG from 12 to 14 flights per week


do they offer connections in BCN or are they purely relying on O&D?
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Oct 03, 2019 5:10 pm

Blerg wrote:
dabc wrote:
During coming winter season, VY will close AGP-ALG (2 weekly) and increase BCN-ALG from 12 to 14 flights per week


do they offer connections in BCN or are they purely relying on O&D?


Both O&D and connection traffic
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Oct 03, 2019 8:49 pm

I see from 9 October to 2 November, the only serviceable runway 09/27 at Algiers Airport (05/23 still being resurfaced), will be closed every night from 22:30 to 04:00 am for maintenance.

A2577/19 - RWY 09/27 CLSD DUE TO WIP. MEN AND EQPT PRESENCE. OCT 09-NOV 02 2230-0400, 09
OCT 22:30 2019 UNTIL 02 NOV 04:00 2019. CREATED: 02 OCT 15:20 2019
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:01 pm

ALG-MLH new regular service by Air Algerie

The new route was opened temporarily in September after the collapse of Aigle Azur

Now the route becomes permanent

During coming winter season, AH will have 2 flights per week

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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Oct 24, 2019 5:36 pm

During W19/20 season, Air Algerie is increasing ALG-LYS from 7 to 10 flights per week
In addition to the daily morning AH1032 flight, the afternoon flight AH1034 will link ALG with LYS 3 times Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Departure from ALG : 16h00
Arrival in LYS : 17h50
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Oct 24, 2019 9:42 pm

TUifly S20 Algerian Network change

CRL-TLM will be replaced by LIL-TLM, 1 weekly

CRL-BJA will be replaced by LIL-BJA, 1 weekly

CRL-CZL, no change, 1 weekly

CRL-ALG, increase from 2 to 3 weekly

CRL-ORN, increase from 2 to 3 weekly
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Oct 30, 2019 12:52 pm

Tuifly will start LIL-BJA and LIL-TLM earlier that expected

Lille - Tlemcen : starting 17/02/2020, 1 weekly, Monday

Lille - Bejaia : starting 18/02/2020, 1 weekly, Tuesday. From May 3rd, the weekly flight will move to Sunday
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Oct 30, 2019 12:52 pm

Air Algerie started today Constantine-Lille (2 weekly)
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:12 pm

Air Algerie to increase frequency on the following routes in S20 compared to S19

ALG-AYT 4 weekly => Daily
ALG-LYS 9 weekly => 10 weekly
ALG-VLC 2 weekly => 3 weekly
ALG-MLH 2 weekly (new)
ALG-CAI 4 weekly => 5 weekly
ALG-ABJ 3 weekly => 4 weekly
ALG-OUA 2 weekly => 3 weekly
ALG-NIM 2 weekly => 3 weekly


ORN-CDG 12 weekly => 13 weekly

CZL-LYS 4 weekly => 5 weekly
CZL-ETZ 1 weekly => 2 weekly
CZL-LIL 2 weekly (new)
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:53 am

Are these increases arranged in such a way in order to maximize connections or are they added randomly?
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:44 am

Blerg wrote:
Are these increases arranged in such a way in order to maximize connections or are they added randomly?


Frequency increase to ABJ, OUA and NIM will allow additional connection possibilities via ALG from several French and European AH destinations
The increase to CAI, AYT, LYS or VLC from ALG is mainly to adapt to increasing demand for these routes in summer
New ALG-MLH by AH is replacing ALG-MLH by ZI. AH was before only landing in MLH from CZL

Additional frequencies from Other Algerian cities to France is also to adapt to the disappearance of ZI. AH is taking this opportunity to consolidate its leading in several markets
CZL-LIL was a seasonal route in the 90s. Now it is an annual route. AH is in competition with Tuifly in LIL and CRL
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:58 am

Air France will start Paris Orly <=> Algiers January 2nd 2020 with 4 flights per week
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Nov 17, 2019 6:24 pm

Air Algerie will move all domestic flights from Algiers T2 to T1/Hall 1 by Monday November 25
This move will facilitate the transit of AH passengers domestic <=> International flights as the T1/Hall 1 building is connected to the new T4 (Terminal Ouest)

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Currently
T4 : AH international flighlts + All international airlines except north African, ME and Turkish airlines
T1/Hall 2 : North African, ME and Turkish airlines
T2 : AH and SF domestic flights
T3 : Omra, Hadjs and charter flights

Starting November 25

T4 : AH international flighlts + All international airlines except north African, ME and Turkish airlines
T1/Hall 1 : AH and SF domestic flights
T1/Hall 2 : North African, ME and Turkish airlines
T2 : Omra, Hadjs and charter flights
T3 : Will be scrapped
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Nov 22, 2019 6:52 pm

From Dec 1st 2019 to End of February 2020, Air Algerie will add a 6th ALG-CDG rotation, each Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

During this 3 months period, AH will have 38 weekly flights ALG-CDG (up to 6 per day) and 25 weekly flights ALG-ORY (up to 4 per day) for a total of 63 weekly flights (9 per day)

Seems that Algeria and France have agreed to add 7 flights per week during 3 months till ZI trafic rights will be re-attributed

AH will have 3 extra ALG-CDG flights per week (Dec-Feb)
AF will start 4 weekly ALG-ORY (Jan-Mar)
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Nov 25, 2019 12:19 pm

From AFRAA 2019 Annual report

https://www.afraa.org/wp-content/upload ... t_2019.pdf

Air Algerie in 2018 became the 4th airline in Africa

AH 2017 : 6.253M
AH 2018 : 6.595M => +5.46%

SF 2017 : 0.837M
SF 2018 : 0.943M => +12,66%

There is a mistake in the table about SF (Tassili Airlines). SF has no regional routes. The domestic number has been copied in the regional field

2018
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2017
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Nov 25, 2019 4:14 pm

Starting end of March 2020, AH will add a new afternoon flight between BJA and ORY, 4 times a week

AH1114 BJA-ORY 1356

Total number of flights between BJA and ORY will increase from 6 to 10
AH will also have 1 weekly BJA-CDG

Starting June 15, All the 11 weekly flights between BJA and PAR will land in ORY
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:00 pm

in S20, Air Algerie will increase the number of flights between Oran (Second largest city in Algeria) and Paris

Currently, AH offers 1 daily between ORN and ORY, 9 weekly between ORN and CDG

Starting end of March 2020, AH will add 3 additional flights per week between ORN and ORY and increase ORN-CDG from 9 to 10 weekly
Total of flights between ORN and PAR will be 20 per week (10 ORY and 10 CDG) vs 16 weekly (7 ORY and 9 CDG) during current winter season

from June 15 to September 12, 2020, AH will have 8 weekly between ORN and ORY and 2 daily between ORN and CDG for a total of 22 flights per week
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:32 pm

in S20, Air Algerie will add a new flight, AH1232, ALG-CDG, 5 times a week. This new flight will be added to the 5 daily ALG-CDG flights from June 15 to September 12

During this period, AH will propose 40 flights per week ALG-CDG + 28 flights per week ALG-ORY => Total = 68 flights per week between Algiers and Paris
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Nov 26, 2019 2:48 pm

Transavia will double the number of flights between Lyon and Algiers

Starting December 17, TO will add a 3rd flight LYS-ALG

Then a 4th flight will be added starting January 6th
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Nov 27, 2019 7:57 am

Starting end of March 2020, Air Algerie will delink VIE and BUD

ALG-VIE 2 weekly 36
ALG-BUD 2 weekly 15

Currently AH is operating 2 weekly flights ALG-VIE-BUD-VIE-ALG
 
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Re: Algerian Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Nov 27, 2019 12:42 pm

From June 14, 2020 to September 12, 2020, Air Algerie will add an extra flight to the following routes :

Algiers-Istanbul : double daily vs 13 weekly in S19
Constantine-Istanbul : 4 weekly vs 3 weekly in S19

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