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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Aug 21, 2012 7:00 pm

Two small tit bits of BA news.
The BA818/819 at CPH will be operated by a B767 for this winter from 28 Oct, except Sat.

And if any ARN travellers want to travel on a long haul B767, the BA780/1 will be operated by a flat bed aircraft from Nov 05 to 18.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Aug 22, 2012 6:34 am

SAS to sell SGS.

The employees was informed yesterday that SAS will put up SGS for sale next monday.
If SAS are unable to find a buyer, SGS will be shot down within a short period of time.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Aug 22, 2012 6:53 am

I was on a long haul 767 from ARN to LHR a couple of months ago... Was cool! Feels a lot more spacious and the crew turned on the entertainment for those that had headphones with them.
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:33 pm

Seems like AC is changing their mind again. First they changed it to 4 weekly (in some weeks). Then those plans were cancelled only to be revised again:

Further revision to planned operation. Service operates 4 weekly instead of 3 from 17DEC12 to 06JAN13 and from 18FEB13 to 29MAR13
AC882 YYZ2055 – 1045+1CPH 763 x357
AC883 CPH1215 – 1450YYZ 763 x146

Service operates Day 246 from YYZ, Day 357 from CPH from 28OCT12 to 16DEC12 and from 07JAN13 to 17FEB13
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Aug 24, 2012 6:19 am

Lufthans reductions for Scandinavia W12/13

Frankfurt – Bergen Service reduces from 3 to 2 daily
Frankfurt – Copenhagen Service reduces from 5 to 4 daily

Hamburg – Stockholm Service reduces from 19 to 16 weekly

Nordic reductions:

Frankfurt – Helsinki Service reduces from 4 to 3 daily
Berlin Tegel – Helsinki Service reduces from daily to 6 weekly

http://airlineroute.net/2012/08/23/lh-europe-w12/
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Aug 24, 2012 9:28 pm

As expected: Ryan has withdraw all their slot applications from CPH  
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Aug 30, 2012 7:56 am

Wizz plan to start a 2x weekly service BEG-TRF from May 31 2013

This will be their 9th route to TRF

[Edited 2012-08-30 00:56:48]
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Aug 31, 2012 7:29 am

Congratulations to Gothenburg Landvetter airport who will receive a new high speed rail link to downtown Gothenburg and Borås.

The decision was made this week to build Götalandsbanan, linking Borås and Gothenburg with to Landvetter Airport.
The journey will take 15 minutes from central Gothenburg.

http://www.gp.se/nyheter/sverige/inr...ik/1.1049340-gladje-pa-flygplatsen
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:52 am

Asiana schedule for OSL

Seoul Incheon – St. Petersburg – Vienna – Oslo – Seoul Incheon
OZ771 ICN2330 – 0310+1LED0610+1 – 0625+1VIE0815+1 – 1020+1OSL 74F 1
OZ772 OSL1310 – 0535+1ICN 74F 2

Seoul Incheon – Moscow Domodedovo – Vienna – Oslo – Seoul Incheon
OZ783 ICN0935 – 1310DME1500 – 1555VIE1750 – 1950OSL 74F 5
OZ784 OSL2145 – 1410+1ICN 74F 5

http://airlineroute.net/2012/08/31/ozc-dfwosl-sep12/
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Sep 01, 2012 8:47 am

Quoting g2scandinavia (Reply 158):

Great to see them at OSL, they are sure needed. But too bad SQ Cargo did not finalize their OSL operations. I also read that Korean Cargo's loads at OSL is over 50 % of their total loades in Scandinavia. Source NewsToDate.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Sep 01, 2012 9:01 am

Norwegian celebrates its tenth birthday today and have published this video on TV (in Norwegian): http://www.norwegian.no/tiaar

"Norway, with a history of explorers and wanting to travel out. But the average Joe has been held back by high prices and poor selection of routes. But this is just the beginning. Norwegian will continue to expand and soon to every continent".

Great ad and well aimed against SAS neglecting the Norwegian market for years. They are also playing Griegs "Åses death" (SAS' bankruptcy...?).
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:13 am

So, apparently a group of investors are going to sue the Danish government, because they've been refused permission to build a competing, privately owned loco terminal at CPH.

The thought that springs to my mind is, has this been done anywhere else in the world? Where you have a privately owned terminal building competing with the airport owners/operators for the flights?
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:27 am

Quoting arn777 (Reply 160):
soon to every continent".

I'm liking that part  

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:01 am

I read somewhere in the past on A.net that SK was going to bring WiFi to their Aircraft. Is that still in the plans, and does any one know when and which type of Aircraft will get it?

The free WiFi on Norwegian makes up for the lack of legroom, and I've started to chose Norwegian over SK for this reason (if flight schedule is similar)
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:44 am

So, today OSL opened the new temporary domestic south pier. Very needed.

Although, I don't think it will be temporary, and the only reason it was 'temporary' is so that they could keep costs down, and not build it with jetways, stores, or anything beyond the basic amenities (which is fine by me, at least something was built quickly, and now they can focus on the real upgrades).

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:40 pm

Quoting CPHFF (Reply 163):
I read somewhere in the past on A.net that SK was going to bring WiFi to their Aircraft. Is that still in the plans, and does any one know when and which type of Aircraft will get it?

They are rolling it out on their fleet as we speak. It's still free. Only 737-800 has been installed with WiFi yet, AFAIK.

Quoting CXfirst (Reply 164):
Although, I don't think it will be temporary, and the only reason it was 'temporary' is so that they could keep costs down, and not build it with jetways, stores, or anything beyond the basic amenities (which is fine by me, at least something was built quickly, and now they can focus on the real upgrades).

Agreed. I do however think jetways would have been a good choice to install. Still understandable that they didn't though, seeing as it's "temporary" and all.

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Sep 04, 2012 8:17 am

Quoting deltamartin (Reply 165):
Agreed. I do however think jetways would have been a good choice to install. Still understandable that they didn't though, seeing as it's "temporary" and all.

Quite a few bridges were removed from the domestic pier to make way for the construction. I don't understand why these couldn't have been recycled in the new temporary pier. They recycled old jetways at TLL when the terminal was extended.

Quoting CPHFF (Reply 163):
I read somewhere in the past on A.net that SK was going to bring WiFi to their Aircraft. Is that still in the plans, and does any one know when and which type of Aircraft will get it?

I was lucky enough to fly on an SAS 737-800 (LN-RCY) from OSL to TRD the other week with free wifi. Was great (and fast). Was taking photos on my phone and iMessaging my friends from the air. Pity it was such a short flight but pretty cool. Also getting onto wifi on SK equipped aircraft is simpler than on Norwegian. Took like 5 seconds.
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Sep 04, 2012 10:53 am

Quoting LN-KGL (Reply 88):
It took over five years to build OSL from scratch - construction start 13 August 1933 and grand opening 8 October 1998.

GDM was not built from scratch. There was already a runway there.

Anybody know how DAT is doing on their routes out of RYG.
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Sep 04, 2012 9:49 pm

Sorry if this has been posted before.

Arlanda airport will have its visitors day next Saturday

http://www.swedavia.net/sv/Arlanda/F...t-hus-pa-Arlanda-den-15-september/
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Sep 06, 2012 5:58 am

Ethiopian switching from 757 to 787 at ARN from September 20!
ARN is first in Scandinavia to get regular traffic with a 787.

[Edited 2012-09-05 23:23:17]
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:23 am

Quoting SAS A340 (Reply 169):
Ethiopian switching from 757 to 787 at ARN from September 20!
ARN is first in Scandinavia to get regular traffic with a 787.

They are not switching. It's a one time visit!
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:57 am

Quoting flyingbird (Reply 170):
They are not switching. It's a one time visit!

My mistake,you are correct
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Sep 08, 2012 10:45 am

Quoting flyingbird (Reply 170):
Quoting SAS A340 (Reply 169):
Ethiopian switching from 757 to 787 at ARN from September 20!
ARN is first in Scandinavia to get regular traffic with a 787.

They are not switching. It's a one time visit!



Yeah, it is only a one time visit, but it will still be the first 787 operated in regular commercial traffic.
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Sep 08, 2012 1:11 pm

What is the possibility of SAS replacing their 330/340s with a 787-9-10 mix? And earliest deliveries would be beyond 2017? One would have to know the current lease agreements on the big buses to determine possible replacement options and timings.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Sep 11, 2012 8:58 pm

OSL passenger numbers for august:

In august 1,992,314 passengers traveled through Oslo Airport. Thats 88 156 passengers or 4.6% more than in August 2011 and a new passenger record for the month of August.

International passengers increased by 59,780 (5.6%), while domestic traffic increased by 28,376 (3.4%) passengers. There was a particularly strong growth in the number of charter passengers to and from abroad in August (10.2%). Year to date passenger growth on OSL has been 5.4%.


Among other major Norwegian airports, growth was greatest at Stavanger Airport, Sola. The number of passengers rose by 14.6 % in August. Bergen Airport, Flesland, had a growth of 4.1 % and Trondheim Airport, Værnes could record a growth of 7.8 %

The regional airports grew an average of 5.5 % in August, and the local airports growth was 7.1 %


Translated from Norwegian:

http://www.osl.no/osl/omoss/_presse/...SASJERVEKST_I_AUGUST&id=181-148760

http://e24.no/naeringsliv/oekt-flytrafikk-i-august/20273196
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Sep 13, 2012 4:36 pm

Seems like EK changed their mind about sending the 3-class 77W to CPH next year and will deploy the 2-class 77W instead. This means the loss of First class service, but an increase in the number of total seats going from 358 to 427!
This doesn't surprise me as I can recall reading that EK themselves said that they had a hard time selling F seats out of CPH.

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Sep 13, 2012 4:49 pm

So, it seems like SK have found an owner for the last of their maddogs.

http://atwonline.com/aircraft-engine...as-sell-four-md-8287-aircraft-0913

good to hear that they will be looked after and remain in the skies, although I will definiely miss their presence in the Danish skies. I always loved flying them
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Sep 14, 2012 9:14 am

Quoting CityAirline (Reply 175):
Seems like EK changed their mind about sending the 3-class 77W to CPH next year and will deploy the 2-class 77W instead. This means the loss of First class service, but an increase in the number of total seats going from 358 to 427!
This doesn't surprise me as I can recall reading that EK themselves said that they had a hard time selling F seats out of CPH.

/Alex



That's impressive, given the relative short time of operation for this service. It's should also bee good news for ARN and OSL. They where both shortlisted this year, but Emirates stated this winter that they hadn't reached their fully potential on their CPH service yet and therefore postponed their plans for a ARN and OSL launch this year. With 427 seats every day, It's tempting to suggest that Emirates should re consider their arguments.

World Routes are soon to be held in Abu Dhabi, but feedback from the Routes Europe conference earlier this spring, gave some interesting view from several airlines regarding potential future IC operations from Scandinavia. They are waiting for DY to launch their IC product and how the market will response to it. Without naming who, it surprises me that several of these are airlines of significant size and importance.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Sep 14, 2012 3:33 pm

First picture of A320-200 in SK colours. http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/7977705163/
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Sep 14, 2012 3:36 pm

Im not a fan. Still prefer SK colours on the 737s
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Sep 15, 2012 5:27 am

The SK livery is still far more interesting than most eurowhite liveries. See also their wetleased ATR72 (http://www.check-in.dk/newselement.cfm?nNewsArticleID=67331)
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Sep 15, 2012 7:03 am

Quoting okobjorn (Reply 180):
The SK livery is still far more interesting than most eurowhite liveries. See also their wetleased ATR72 (http://www.check-in.dk/newselement.cfm?nNewsArticleID=67331)

It looks that way because the previous operater was Azul, like this aircraft. They just slapped a white SAS on the tail and a operated by Cimber besides the pax door.


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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:57 am

Quoting [email protected] (Reply 178):
First picture of A320-200 in SK colours

Looks like the same than the A321-200 and A319... 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sun Sep 16, 2012 10:14 am

Quoting Oby (Reply 176):
So, it seems like SK have found an owner for the last of their maddogs.

http://atwonline.com/aircraft-engine...as-sell-four-md-8287-aircraft-0913

good to hear that they will be looked after and remain in the skies, although I will definiely miss their presence in the Danish skies. I always loved flying them


Seems like they might go to Delta to be used as spare parts
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sun Sep 16, 2012 12:25 pm

Blue1 will cease operations between Helsinki (HEL) - Oulu (OUL) at 1.10.12

http://www.blue1.com/en/fi/Travel-in...-Oulu-route-will-cease-operations/

[Edited 2012-09-16 05:26:51]
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:18 pm

SAS will turn BKK into a seasonal destination, as the capacity is needed on the SFO route during the summer. Not sure if this means that SFO only will be a summer destination or if they will find a way to operate both SFO and BKK next winter.

Source (only in Swedish, sorry): http://www.flygtorget.se/Aktuellt/Artikel/?Id=9428
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:56 am

That's good news for AY. If memory serves me right they got two daily flights to BKK from HEL.
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Sep 19, 2012 5:47 pm

Transavia returns to CPH from April next year. They will open a new route between Eindhoven and CPH with 4 weekly flights.

More info:
http://cphtraveller.dk/nyheder/holla...naste-sommer-tilbage-til-kobenhavn
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Sep 21, 2012 3:16 pm

Widerøe is acquring three, possibly four, former SAS and Malev Q400s

LN-NGE, Norwegian's next 737, is apparently getting delivered in a UNICEF-scheme
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Sep 26, 2012 7:41 pm

Small update about MMX.
Our beautiful Caravelle went under the merciless grind of excavators and has been replaced by an MD-80 with registration OE-LOG.
OE-LOG was stranded when Priority Aircraft Maintenance went belly up several years ago, and has been sitting idle on the tarmac ever since. Guess the owners thought there was no economy in bringing it back to flying status, and it has now replaced the Caravelle at the Fire Training grounds.

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:57 am

Thai service adjustments and reductions for Scandinavia S13

The airline will reverse their 777-300 operations to/from CPH from the end of march. 747-400 to operate with reductions to 5 weekly flihts for the period of 30APR13 - 09JUN13.

http://airlineroute.net/2012/10/02/tg-cph-s13upate2/

Arlanda seems to retain its daily service through out the spring and summer.

Rumor for OSL says daily departures this summer, but this has not jet been confirmed. S13 slots will be presented to the airlines next month.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:08 am

Quoting g2scandinavia (Reply 190):
The airline will reverse their 777-300 operations to/from CPH from the end of march. 747-400 to operate with reductions to 5 weekly flihts for the period of 30APR13 - 09JUN13.

Seems odd to cut back considering SK is not operating during S13. Overall that's quite a reduction in capacity. I suppose their contemplations on increasing to double daily only applys to the winter season and in case SK does not restart in W13.
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:59 am

Quoting EBGflyer (Reply 191):
Seems odd to cut back considering SK is not operating during S13. Overall that's quite a reduction in capacity. I suppose their contemplations on increasing to double daily only applys to the winter season and in case SK does not restart in W13.



I do agree with you, all dough it seems to me that the aviation press are the one who are "demanding" twice daily.
Little have been said from Thai itself regarding a potential double service and the potential seems to me a bit scaled up from the actual reality of potential growth. Don't forget that EK are now moving in close to 850 seats pr day in/out of Copenhagen after just one year of operation with a large percent of Thai bound traffic. Thai are feeling the aggeny from the Gulf carriers and I would be surprised if Copenhagen was an exception.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Oct 02, 2012 9:53 am

Anyone have any idea what the microphones hanging from the ceiling in the gate areas in BLL are for? At least, they look exactly like microphones and nothing else to me...
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:19 pm

Norwegian 50th Boeing 737 800 arrived At OSL today from the factory. It will now proceed into a hangar and get a UNICEF logo on it's tail. Th age of Norwegian aircraft is now under 5 years.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Oct 03, 2012 7:04 am

Quoting g2scandinavia (Reply 190):
The airline will reverse their 777-300 operations to/from CPH from the end of march. 747-400 to operate with reductions to 5 weekly flihts for the period of 30APR13 - 09JUN13.

According to check-in.dk, TG's country manager says Airlineroutes' service note of service reduction is not correct. But, if I recall correctly TG reduced in the same period last year due to maintenance checks on their 744's. Not convinced he is right about Airlineroutes not being right  

Anyway, the service reduction is just for 5-6 weeks. Not a big loss as this period is probably the slowest anyway. They are back to daily service before the summer holiday begins.
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Oct 03, 2012 9:37 am

First official aircraft to Norwegian long haul.

Aircraft LN-NOL (Boeing nr 6000) have been leased from DY to DY LH from 27SEP12 - 27JUN13 to obtain licence for AOC and to ease paperwork. According to the application, the aircraft will be refitted with fewer seats.
The aircraft will have it's base @ ARN and I would not be surprised if its meant to serve DXB exclusively.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:39 pm

Quoting g2scandinavia (Reply 196):
First official aircraft to Norwegian long haul.


It's a B737 800 correct ? Not a B787 ?
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:43 pm

Jupp, while they are waiting for their first 787.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:06 am

I was reading the English/German publication Skyliner (September/October issue) and it stated that SAS transferred a CRJ900 on order to Snowflake and it will have an OY-registration. The aircraft in question is c/n 15272. The information is located in the fleet news section, if anyone is interested to view it.

I thought SAS had taken all of their CRJ900's from Bombardier a few years ago? Also, wasn't Snowflake a shirt-lived LCC with some 737-800's?

Any insights?

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