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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Oct 25, 2012 3:03 pm

apparently, there is some problems at Landvetter at the moment due to a power outage.
There is still traffic going on at the airport but check-ins are very limited.

According to Göteborgs Posten it was a f blasting operation that went wrong
and caused the airport and tens of thousands of people to be out of power.

http://www.swedavia.se/landvetter/
http://www.gp.se/nyheter/goteborg/1....prangarbete-slackte-ned-landvetter
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Oct 25, 2012 3:59 pm

DY at Gatwick

Fantastic news for Gatwick !!!

Any one any idea when schedules and the ability to book these flights will be realeased ?

Good to see some serious competion for Easyjet From a quality airline with excelent service
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Oct 25, 2012 6:01 pm

Quoting b735 (Reply 249):
It appears that IB did not get the government approval for letting IB express fly some of their European routes. IB reacted by cancelling the routes to Amsterdam (3 daily), Berlin (2 daily) and Stockholm (1 daily).

According to airlineroute.net they are to be transfered back to Iberia mainline operations from 28OCT.

http://airlineroute.net/2012/10/25/i2-w12update2/

[Edited 2012-10-25 11:11:19]
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Oct 25, 2012 6:03 pm

Quoting bagmanlgw (Reply 251):
DY at Gatwick

Fantastic news for Gatwick !!!

Any one any idea when schedules and the ability to book these flights will be realeased ?

Good to see some serious competion for Easyjet From a quality airline with excelent service

My guess is that they will be released after 16th of october when S13 slots will be presented to the airlines.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Oct 26, 2012 11:21 am

Quoting g2scandinavia (Reply 253):
16th of october

November?
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Oct 26, 2012 11:52 am

Quoting EBGflyer (Reply 254):
November?

Yes, correct. Thanks for correcting the error 
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Oct 26, 2012 7:33 pm

Norwegian Air Shuttle has just loaded:
DY1326 SVG-MAN 09:30-10:00 Mondays and Fridays
DY1327 MAN-SVG 10:30-12:55 Mondays and Fridays
Start up 1 April 2013
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:48 am

For those of you interested in route development, the below link covers a large interview with head of Route Development at Copenhagen Airport, Ole Wieth Christensen. It's about Copenhagen Airport's participation in the World Routes 2013 conference in Abu Dhabi and route development in general at CPH (Sorry only in Danish but google can probably help translate if needed).

http://cphtraveller.dk/baggrund/kobe...jagt-efter-nye-ruter-i-orkensandet
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:52 am

Apparently Iberia will discontinue MAD-ARN from the 10th of January 2013, leaving CPH as the only Iberia destination in Scandinavia. They have recently been sniffing at OSL, but now it seems they will decrease their presence in Scandinavia in favour of expansion - sad.

In other news Italian Meridiana Fly will next summer open new routes between Olbia and OSL/ARN. 2x weekly flights to each destination with one weekly flight flown as a combination between OSL&ARN.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:35 am

SQ increases on CPH from 3 to 5 weekly (from 31 March 2013).

http://www.singaporeair.com/jsp/cms/...UK/press_release_news/ne121101.jsp
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:49 am

SK has started to fly to ARN - ALC again, Norwegian had a monopoly there for a while and prices doubled.. Don't know how profitable routes like these are, mostly golfers and older swedes that stay in Spain for the winter months
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:09 am

Quoting SAS767 (Reply 258):
Apparently Iberia will discontinue MAD-ARN from the 10th of January 2013, leaving CPH as the only Iberia destination in Scandinavia. They have recently been sniffing at OSL, but now it seems they will decrease their presence in Scandinavia in favour of expansion - sad.

Is the closure actually firm? From what I have understood, both Amsterdam, Berlin and Stockholm have stranded in the middle of an internal Iberia operational conflict, regarding who should fly where, based on agreements that few seems to understand or agree on.

I really do not know why you are concluding on service reduction to Scandinavia. Iberia did apply for daily OSL-MAD departures for the W12/13, but the launch was postponed and expected to be opened for the summer of 2013 with Iberia Express. From the dialogue this autumn, nothing has changed and there is an great expectancy for the service to be launched.

We will probably know shortly when S13 slots are released.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:31 pm

The County Administrative Board of Stockholm have released their analysis of
how Stockholm could increase its global attractiveness and attract more global investors.

The analysis say that Stockholm have lost competitiveness compared to cities like Copenhagen,
Helsinki and Berlin because ARN have fewer direct flights to globally important cities
compared to the other cities mentioned.

The analysis says that Stockholm there fore needs some 10 new direct flight to increase the
attractiveness, Cities like San Francisco, LA. Tokyo, Hong Kong and Sydney
are mentioned in the analysis/article.

http://www.dn.se/sthlm/arlanda-behover-tio-nya-direktlinjer
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 2:48 pm

Singapore Airlines finally increases CPH to 5x weekly starting April 3 next year. The new flights Will operate at a slightly different schedule. Good news, this is.
What was the last being said about a new service to ARN?

/Alex
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 3:28 pm

I think for a person living close to ARN not super loyal to SK, a direct flight is more appealing than connecting through CPH. Its probably a lot of business lost just so our smaller neighbour can have their beloved HUB.

I know how I vote in this matter..
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:46 pm

SAS Finland is born today....

In Swedish: http://svenska.yle.fi/artikel/2012/11/01/blue1-blev-sas-finland

From SAS press release:

"From November 1, SAS will be taking over responsibility for commercial operations in Finland. This is taking place in line with SAS's 4Excellence strategy and strengthens SAS's position on the Finnish market. Finnish subsidiary Blue1 is being converted to a production company, with the primary task of delivering operational flight services to meet SAS's route network needs.
Finland is our fourth Nordic home market and we have been restructuring our route network in Finland since the beginning of the year."

http://se.yhp.waymaker.net/sasgroup/release.asp?id=260650
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:30 pm

Quoting g2scandinavia (Reply 261):
Quoting SAS767 (Reply 258):
Apparently Iberia will discontinue MAD-ARN from the 10th of January 2013, leaving CPH as the only Iberia destination in Scandinavia. They have recently been sniffing at OSL, but now it seems they will decrease their presence in Scandinavia in favour of expansion - sad.

Is the closure actually firm? From what I have understood, both Amsterdam, Berlin and Stockholm have stranded in the middle of an internal Iberia operational conflict, regarding who should fly where, based on agreements that few seems to understand or agree on.

I really do not know why you are concluding on service reduction to Scandinavia. Iberia did apply for daily OSL-MAD departures for the W12/13, but the launch was postponed and expected to be opened for the summer of 2013 with Iberia Express. From the dialogue this autumn, nothing has changed and there is an great expectancy for the service to be launched.

We will probably know shortly when S13 slots are released.

AFAIK the closure of the route from the 10th of January has been communicated to ARN. You don't know why I am concluding a service reduction - if the route to ARN is terminated from January, meaning Iberia will go from two to one destinations in Scandinavia, yes then I call it a service reduction.

In this picture I can't take a potential route to OSL into consideration and I am pretty sure that if the ARN route do not return from S13 then you won't see OSL either - yes I know OSL had a meeting with Iberia Express at Routes in Abu Dhabi, but from there.....
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:58 pm

Because reports says that Iberia mainline takes over the service from 10JAN.
Hence my question of how it can possibly be an reduction unless its confirmed that mainline does not take over.

Regarding Iberia, the process goes Far deeper and longer than whan world routes are concerned.
I can't really see what OSL and ARN share in common when it comes to a route closure and openingd, but please fill me in!
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:07 pm

Quoting g2scandinavia (Reply 267):
Because reports says that Iberia mainline takes over the service from 10JAN.
Hence my question of how it can possibly be an reduction unless its confirmed that mainline does not take over.

Read my post - I will be surprised to see mainline take over... The closure has been communicated, but not public - and reservations has been closed for flights after the mentioned date. But let's wait and see - we are talking about Iberia so you never know how the day tomorrow looks like.


Quoting g2scandinavia (Reply 267):
I can't really see what OSL and ARN share in common when it comes to a route closure and openingd, but please fill me in!

LOL - come on...
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:39 pm

Quoting SAS767 (Reply 257):
For those of you interested in route development, the below link covers a large interview with head of Route Development at Copenhagen Airport, Ole Wieth Christensen. It's about Copenhagen Airport's participation in the World Routes 2013 conference in Abu Dhabi and route development in general at CPH (Sorry only in Danish but google can probably help translate if needed).

http://cphtraveller.dk/baggrund/kobe...jagt-efter-nye-ruter-i-orkensandet

CPH promotion video from World Routes 2012 in Abu Dhabi now also available:

http://kinth.dk/cph/airline/
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Nov 02, 2012 7:37 am

When I flew the MAD - ARN route it was some strange Finnair code on it, a code share? Don't they fly to Helsinki from MAD? Really sad that they wont fly this route, I liked IB it is a nice airline.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:52 am

Quoting sweair (Reply 270):
When I flew the MAD - ARN route it was some strange Finnair code on it, a code share? Don't they fly to Helsinki from MAD? Really sad that they wont fly this route, I liked IB it is a nice airline.

This probably won't answer your quastion, but I remember that AY flew HEL-ARN-MAD a few years ago. Now, there won't be any player at all left on the route?

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Nov 02, 2012 2:42 pm

IB has not flown directly to HEL for years. I used to clean airplanes as a summer job at HEL, during summers -97 and -98. IB then flew to HEL with MD87, I remember it well as the configuration of the Mad Dog was unusual, it had 3 seats on the left side and 2 on the right hand side. IB code shares with AY on the AY HEL-MAD route.

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Nov 02, 2012 5:21 pm

Quoting SAS767 (Reply 268):
Read my post - I will be surprised to see mainline take over.

Are you talking about ARN?
It was meant to go to Iberia Express on 28 Oct, but this did not happen.It is presently operated by mainline Iberia with A320. We have been told it will discontinue on 10 Jan.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Nov 02, 2012 6:35 pm

Quoting Tristarsteve (Reply 273):
Quoting SAS767 (Reply 268):
Read my post - I will be surprised to see mainline take over.

Are you talking about ARN?
It was meant to go to Iberia Express on 28 Oct, but this did not happen.It is presently operated by mainline Iberia with A320. We have been told it will discontinue on 10 Jan.

Yes I am talking about ARN, but based on the assumption that Iberia Express would operate the route until the 10th of January - they don't I can see. Based on the situation as of today it doesn't look like Mainline or Express will continue the route after the 10th of January - as also indicated in your post...
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Nov 02, 2012 6:37 pm

When I flew that route a week ago it was on a mainline A321. ARN - MAD was also mainline and A321.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Nov 03, 2012 12:40 pm

Quoting AY" class="quote" target="_blank">okAY (Reply 272):
I remember it well as the configuration of the Mad Dog was unusual, it had 3 seats on the left side and 2 on the right hand side.

AY had that kind of configuration on their DC-9/MD-80 series too  
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Nov 03, 2012 1:00 pm

Quoting teme82 (Reply 276):

When facing the flightdeck?

okAY
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Nov 03, 2012 1:28 pm

SAS is starting OSL-BUD (3x weekly), CPH-BUD (6x weekly) and CPH-PRG (6x weekly) from the summer 2013
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Nov 03, 2012 6:54 pm

Quoting someone83 (Reply 278):
SAS is starting OSL-BUD (3x weekly), CPH-BUD (6x weekly) and CPH-PRG (6x weekly) from the summer 2013



Interesting and good news for OSL and CPH.
Also nice to see that SK is fighting back against their competitors, it is the only way to go.
BTW what is your sources?
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Nov 03, 2012 7:24 pm

Quoting okAY (Reply 277):
When facing the flightdeck?

okAY

Ah I thought that you meant from flightdeck  My bad ... Yeah that is unusual configuration. Perhaps they wanted top be different 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sun Nov 04, 2012 3:10 pm

Quoting someone83 (Reply 278):
SAS is starting OSL-BUD (3x weekly), CPH-BUD (6x weekly) and CPH-PRG (6x weekly) from the summer 2013

Yes SAS will start three new European routes from CPH. Newcastle (5x weekly) from the 4th of February and the two mentioned routes to Budapest and Prague from the 31st of March.

On the negative side the route to Katowice will be cancelled from the start of December this year, and it also seems like the route between CPH and Lyon will be cancelled from the end of March 2013.

Source:
http://cphtraveller.dk/nyheder/sas-a...-nye-ruter-fra-kobenhavns-lufthavn
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:42 pm

Quoting teme82 (Reply 280):

  Maybe so. But I thought it was actually a good solution, as it could carry the same amount of seats as the usual configuration, but the aft galley was bigger as it could stretch out more. So, it must have been nicer for the crew at the back to work in. The aft galley of the Mad Dogs were normally really tiny!

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:00 pm

Another new route to Copenhagen - Jönköping in Sweden will be served (2x daily) by the small Swedish airline Flyglinjen from January 2013:

http://cphtraveller.dk/nyheder/svens...rekte-rute-mellem-jonkoping-og-cph
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Nov 07, 2012 11:27 am

Guess it was not a rumor after all:


http://www.cincodias.com/articulo/em...elos-invierno/20121029cdscdsemp_2/

Sorry - link in Spanish only.

Iberia/Iberia Express has announced the suspension of services to Amsterdam, Berlin-Tegel and Stockholm-Arlanda, from January 10, 2013, and a reduction in frequencies in domestic services to Malaga, Sevilla, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Mallorca and Alicante. According to the Spanish media, this is a way to pressure Iberia pilots' unions since IAG wants to execute thousands of layoff notices.


Bad news for ARN for sure...

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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 08, 2012 11:25 am

Also presented in this thread:

Norwegian Opens OSL-BKK/JFK And ARN-BKK/JFK (by g2scandinavia Nov 8 2012 in Civil Aviation)

Norwegian presented their New long haul concept and product at a press conference in Oslo today.
the routes are now open for booking on Norwegian.no/.com

Norwegian will present even more destinations this winter.

According to the rumors, candidates are

OSL/ARN- Rio de Janeiro
OSL/ARN- Kuala Lumpur
OSL/ARN- Miami
OSL/ARN- Seoul

Press release:

Today Norwegian will commence the ticket sales for its long-haul flights to New York and Bangkok from Oslo and Stockholm. The company's first long-haul flight will take place between Oslo and New York on May 30, 2013; the first flight between Oslo and Bangkok is on June 1, 2013.

“This is a major milestone in our company’s history and I am very pleased that it is now possible to book tickets to our flights to New York and Bangkok. We look forward to welcoming our passengers on board the brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the most modern and technologically advanced long-haul aircraft in production today,” said CEO Bjørn Kjos.

“Freedom of choice is an important part of Norwegian's business philosophy – also on the intercontinental routes. As we know that travelers have a greater need for ‘that little extra’ on longer flights, we will give those who want the option to order a product which includes larger seats, more leg room, a three-course meal with drinks and checked baggage,” said Kjos. With departures from Bangkok and New York from both Oslo and Stockholm, it is possible to fly Norwegian from Scandinavia to both cities six days a week.

Eight 787 Dreamliners on order so far
Norwegian will take the delivery of its first 787 Dreamliner in April 2013. The second and third Dreamliner will enter the fleet in June and November respectively. Norwegian will take delivery of an additional four aircraft in 2014 and one in 2015.

Oslo - New York three times a week
During the period May 30 to June 24, Norwegian will fly from Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) to New York (JFK) twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays. From June 25, the number of weekly flights increases to three; on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Departure from OSL is 17:30, arriving JFK at 19:30 local time. Departure from JFK is at 21:00, arriving OSL at 10:20 the next day.

Oslo - Bangkok three times a week
Starting June 23, Norwegian will fly twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, between Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) and Bangkok (BKK). Departure from Oslo is at 09:00 on Wednesdays, arriving BKK at 00:30 local time the next day. On Saturdays departure is at 14:30, arriving BKK at 06:00 local time the following day. From June 25 the number of weekly flights increases to three; on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Departure time is 14:30 from OSL, arriving BKK at 06.00 the following day.

Stockholm - New York three times a week
From May 31 to June 25, Norwegian will fly twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, between Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) and New York (JFK). Departure from ARN is at 17:05 with arrival JKF at 19:30 local time. Departure from JFK is at 21:00 with arrival ARN at 10:45 the next day. From June 26, the number of weekly flights increases to three; on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Stockholm - Bangkok three times a week
From June 20, Norwegian will fly three times a week; on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, between Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) and Bangkok (BKK). Departure from ARN is at 14:50, arriving BKK at 06:00 local time the next day. The return flight will depart BKK at 07:30, arriving ARN at 13:45.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:50 am

Hi All,

I have a question about the Swedish website "Flygtorget".

Do they use censorship in their forums? I have written many answers to topics, but they never get published. And no, I haven't offended any one or stated anything untruthful.

Per
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Fri Nov 16, 2012 2:43 pm

If anyone is interested,a Delta B777 has just arrived at ARN.
N862DA has brought an hockey team in.
It is parked on Deice pan M and will leave Sat at 1100.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Nov 21, 2012 4:03 pm

Do anyone know if or when SAS are moving there domestic flights,from terminal 4 to terminal 5? At ARN. BA and AY are moving back to terminal 2 in Mars. Will they close the T5B non schengen and have all non schengen at T5F?
/ Sukhoi
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Nov 21, 2012 7:31 pm

SAS is due to announced a few dozens of new routes tomorrow after agreeing with new working conditions with the employees and creditors
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:05 pm

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 289):
SAS is due to announced a few dozens of new routes tomorrow after agreeing with new working conditions with the employees and creditors

I thought it was on Friday?
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:57 am

Børsen (Danish financial newspaper) today has an article on why SAS re-registrered their A330's to Norway.
http://borsen.dk/nyheder/virksomhede...reste_fly_vaek_fra_kreditorer.html (in Danish only).

One of the banks supporting SAS, Credit Agricole, required this as Norway has signed the Cape Town convention on protection of the assets in case of bankruptcy.

So here we have our explanation. My next question is then: Why not have all airplanes in the fleet on LN-registration?
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 22, 2012 8:20 am

Quoting okobjorn (Reply 291):
My next question is then: Why not have all airplanes in the fleet on LN-registration?

I suppose it's only relevant for the planes that are leased.
Future flights: CPH-BOS; CPH-SVG; CPH-PVG-HKG-MNL-DVO; CPH-CDG; CPH-NRT; CPH-MIA; CPH-PVG
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 22, 2012 8:33 pm

Quoting okobjorn (Reply 291):
SAS re-registrered their A330's to Norway

From what I read in the Norwegian media, it was only two of their A330's. Their most valued ones.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 22, 2012 9:24 pm

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 289):
SAS is due to announced a few dozens of new routes tomorrow after agreeing with new working conditions with the employees and creditors

This article says up to 45 new routes from Norway.

http://www.newsinenglish.no/2012/11/...new-sas-targets-flying-norwegians/
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Thu Nov 22, 2012 10:11 pm

bjorn14, the 45 new routes will be from the whole Nordic area, not only Norway - most of them in competition with Norwegian Air Shuttle.
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:41 pm

Looks like DY's pilots for their Asian routes will be based in Bangkok:
http://www.rishworthaviation.com/Opp...-type-rated-captain-norwegian.aspx
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:10 am

Another two MD-80s is due to leave the SAS fleet this week

LN-RLF leaving OSL 28NOV to IGM
SE-DIL leaving OSL 29NOV to BYH

And last week another 737-700 arrived in ARN. SE-REX, a former Virgin Australia aircraft.

And it is not many weeks untill the first A320 is in traffic with SAS

http://www.planespotters.net/Aviation_Photos/photo.show?id=332953

http://www.planespotters.net/Aviation_Photos/photo.show?id=333361
 
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RE: Scandinavian Aviation 2012 - Part 3

Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:26 pm

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