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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Mon Oct 06, 2014 10:12 pm

6 Esbjerg companies has gone together and started ES-Air. They will start operating between Esbjerg and Copenhagen 15 times weekly with a Jettime ATR-72. The Ticket prices are DKK 499, 999 and 1499.
http://www.jv.dk/artikel/1847937:Esb...bjerg-og-KOebenhavn-er-en-realitet

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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 07, 2014 6:38 am

JetTimes 7 out of 8 ATr-72 to be operated for SAS under the current agreement is being delivered to CPH today

Quote:
ATR 72-212A(600) 1171 OY-JZG, JetTime delivery 07oct14 TLS-CPH, SAS cs "Njal Viking" ex F-WWEL

The 8th an final should also arrive during October
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 07, 2014 3:26 pm

From December SK starts two new routes from GOT to Umeå (UME) and Luleå (LLA)

http://www.swedavia.se/landvetter/om...ll-umea-och-lulea-fran-landvetter/

[Edited 2014-10-07 09:09:23]
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 07, 2014 4:02 pm

Quoting PhilInBRN (Reply 149):
The connecting times in ZRH are not that good. Flight times are as follows:

LX 1226/1227 ZRH 06.30 – 08.50 GOT 09.30 – 11.55 ZRH AR1 13
LX 1226/1227 ZRH 17.10 – 19.30 GOT 20.10 – 22.35 ZRH AR1 2457

True, I noticed aswell.
Eventhough LX wants the Business O/D traffic, we can just hope that the route performs well, and by "just" adding four new weekly frequencies, they would be able to offer double daily flights on weekdays (except one day), thus maximizing connection opportunities. The schedule could look something like this:

LX 1226/1227 ZRH 06.30 – 08.50 GOT 09.30 – 11.55 ZRH AR1 1234xxx
LX 1226/1227 ZRH 17.10 – 19.30 GOT 20.10 – 22.35 ZRH AR1 12345x7
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 08, 2014 8:26 am

OSL, is joining ARN and CPH by having Aegean starting a 2x weekly OSL-ATH next summer

http://airlineroute.net/2014/10/08/a3-s15update3/

eff 21JUN15 Athens – Oslo 2 weekly A320
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 08, 2014 2:05 pm

The LX route to GOT looks more to be ZRH biz friendly. So much for wanting to feed the beast at ZRH.   
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 08, 2014 8:02 pm

Norwegian will lease a 787 from LOT feom 27/10 to 30/11 to operate their IC routes from CPH til FLL, JFK and LAX
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Fri Oct 10, 2014 9:26 am

AAL came in second in a customer survey including 228 companies about service and loyalty in Denmark. Only losing to Georg Jensen - a design company.

Georg Jensen scored 76 points, with AAL coming in close behind at 75. Next in the travel industry was BLL scoring 62. Other mentions from the travel industry: KL (43 points), DY (40 points), U2 (25 points) og FR (13 points)

Link in Danish only
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Sat Oct 11, 2014 8:16 am

Growth continues at CPH.

International traffic was up 6.7%, domestic traffic 3.4% and the important transfer traffic was up 14.5%. compared to September 2013.

Check the numbers and more here:
http://www.cph.dk/en/about-cph/press/news/traffic-september/

Cheers

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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Mon Oct 13, 2014 5:51 am

Seems like Air Berlin is about to cease TXL-OSL as the route in no longer bookable after January 5.

OSL-TXL is currently flown 3x daily by AB
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Mon Oct 13, 2014 10:23 am

The EU puts additional pressure on the DOT to approve the application of Norwegian Air International:

http://worldairlinenews.com/2014/10/...on-of-norwegian-air-international/
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 14, 2014 12:27 am

Quoting harmonium (Reply 157):
KL (43 points), DY (40 points), U2 (25 points) og FR (13 points)

Relevant to mention that SK scored highest among airline companies (51 points).
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 14, 2014 6:52 am

Qatar Cargo is starting a weekly freigther route from SVG to DOH each Monday. Primarily A330F will be used the the routing will be BRU-SVG-DOH
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 14, 2014 7:48 am

Quoting prebennorholm (Reply 161):
Relevant to mention that SK scored highest among airline companies (51 points).

Absolutely, my mistake! I started the copy/paste from the article too late.
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 14, 2014 2:51 pm

Quoting someone83 (Reply 159):
Seems like Air Berlin is about to cease TXL-OSL as the route in no longer bookable after January 5.

OSL-TXL is currently flown 3x daily by AB

Wow, didn't see that one coming. Has the route been performing that bad?!
They deploy the same capacity (3 daily) to GOT, ARN, CPH.

But I assume competition has been fierce with DY, FR and SK (summer) on Oslo-Berlin aswell.

AB states that they will leave Norway altogether to invest further in their other Nordic markets.
http://travelnews.no/2014/10/13/fly/...berlin-legger-ned-rutene-pa-norge/
Does anyone know what they have up their sleeves?
I heard about DUS-ARN/GOT a while back, but nothing ever happened?

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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 14, 2014 7:50 pm

AB has struggled with the yield.

However I think they have had a fair share on transfer on their flights from OSL

Quoting cityairline (Reply 164):
AB states that they will leave Norway altogether to invest further in their other Nordic markets.

I think this is just marketing talk. AB is struggling all over, so can't see much expansion in the Nordic from them
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:56 am

Quoting someone83 (Reply 165):
Quoting cityairline (Reply 164):
AB states that they will leave Norway altogether to invest further in their other Nordic markets.

I think this is just marketing talk. AB is struggling all over, so can't see much expansion in the Nordic from them

Seems like I was right sooner than expected as AB has announced CPH-VIE and CPH-PMI will be closed as well
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 15, 2014 8:11 am

Question re. the Oslo expansion. Why has 2017 been set as an opening date? The building works already look quite far advanced. Could it be opened earlier?
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 15, 2014 8:23 am

Quoting SKAirbus (Reply 167):
The building works already look quite far advanced. Could it be opened earlier?

It is the inside, not the outside, which is time consuming. To erect a wall and lay a roof is fairly quickly done
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:31 am

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 132):
Just curious. With the elections over in Sweden how does this affect BMA?

http://www.svd.se/nyheter/stockholm/...tyre-haller-presstraff_4011689.svd
(Scroll down to 10.49 and upwards for the mention of BMA)

The new majority in Stockholm city council wants to close BMA by 2022 and convert the airport
grounds to a residential area. However Stockholm city council does not have the right to decide
it by themselves since the government also have a saying in the matter.

A study will start by spring 2015 and it will be presented in the autumn 2016.

They also say that they don't want that any more investments are being made at BMA
but that those investments should be made at ARN. They also think that the new railway line
called ostlänken (the east link), which build start is planned to 2017,
will make it easier to get to/from NYO.

[Edited 2014-10-15 02:32:04]

[Edited 2014-10-15 02:32:32]
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 15, 2014 10:43 am

Another 737-800 delivered Norwegian this week

Quote:
Boeing 737 -8JP 43878 5123 LN-NIG Norwegian Air Shuttle delivery 14oct14 BFI-OSL

The -800 fleet is now counting 84 aircrafts
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Thu Oct 16, 2014 9:57 am

Quoting someone83 (Reply 170):
Another 737-800 delivered Norwegian this week

Quote:
Boeing 737 -8JP 43878 5123 LN-NIG Norwegian Air Shuttle delivery 14oct14 BFI-OSL

The -800 fleet is now counting 84 aircrafts

Flying its first commercial flights today:

DY1736 16.10.2014 OSL PMI LNNIG 1335 1705
DY1737 16.10.2014 PMI OSL LNNIG 1745 2120
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Mon Oct 20, 2014 1:53 pm

Lufthansa Cargo has announced one of their weekly IAH-FRA flights will be routed IAH-SVG-FRA. It will be operated by 777F leasing SVG-FRA each Saturday from November 8th. This will also be the only non stop US-Norway freighter connection
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 22, 2014 8:49 am

JetTime's 8th and final ATR-72 under the current contract to be operated for SAS has now been delivered

Quote:
ATR 72-212A(600), 1177 OY-JZH, JetTime, delivery 22oct14 TLS-CPH, SAS cs ex F-WWER
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 22, 2014 1:28 pm

LH starts AAL-FRA twice daily from 30MAR15

Departure FRA-AAL 0815
Departure AAL-FRA 1035
Departure FRA-AAL 1555
Departure AAL-FRA 1815

Link in Danish only
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Fri Oct 24, 2014 10:46 am

Brussels Airlines will start BLL-BRU 2x daily on weekdays and 1x in weekends from end of March 2015. The route will be flown with Q400s

http://www.standby.dk/billund-faar-ny-rute-til-bruxelles/
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 28, 2014 10:26 am

Norwegian has now parked all their remaining 737-300s. Several has left the fleet the last few days, while 5 still are stored at OSL at the moment. While there is a change we might see some of them return to service, most likely they have done the final scheduled passenger flight for Norwegian
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 28, 2014 10:50 am

An article in New York times about "remote tower" in OER/SDL
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/28/bu...-control.html?ref=technology&_r=2#
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Oct 28, 2014 5:02 pm

Quoting thunderboltdrgn (Reply 177):
An article in New York times about "remote tower" in OER/SDL
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/28/bu...-control.html?ref=technology&_r=2#

We have a similare system being tested out in Norway  
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Oct 29, 2014 9:31 pm

I think the new Ryanair base at Copenhagen Airport, announced this morning, deserves to be mentioned in this Scandinavian thread.

Base opens at the end of March 2015 with one aircraft and 3 routes to London, Milan and Warsaw. The base is expected to expand to four aircraft and 13 routes during 2015.

PR from CPH: http://www.cph.dk/en/about-cph/press/news/ryanair/

Schedule for the first 3 routes can be found here:
http://cphtraveller.dk/nyheder/ryana...benhavn-med-ny-base-fra-marts-2015
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:27 am

Quoting Mortyman (Reply 178):

We have a similare system being tested out in Norway

Ok, at which airport?

Quoting thunderboltdrgn (Reply 177):
An article in New York times about "remote tower" in OER/SDL

The remote tower system at OER / SDL have now been approved by Swedish Transport Agency
(transportstyrelsen) according to press releases from Saab and Transportstyrelsen.

Quote:
Defence and security company Saab, along with the Swedish Air Navigation Service
Provider (LFV), have received final operational approval from the Swedish Transport
Agency for the remote operation of Örnsköldsvik Airport from Sundsvall, Sweden.
This achievement means the world’s first airport remotely controlled by Remote
Tower Services (RTS) will commence shortly, paving the way for more efficient,
safe and cost-effective delivery of air traffic control services.

This milestone indicates that all technologies and operational procedures meet
key industry and regulatory criteria for providing air traffic control services. This
includes the use of Saab sensors and equipment for air traffic services and LFV’s
existing procedures, enabling a streamlined approval process.

http://www.saabgroup.com/en/About-Sa...ish-Transport-Agency/#.VFdkXWfYDq4


Transportstyrelsen's press release (in Swedish):
http://transportstyrelsen.se/sv/Pres...arrstyrda-flygledartornet-godkant/
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Mon Nov 03, 2014 1:53 pm

 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Mon Nov 03, 2014 4:10 pm

Quoting thunderboltdrgn (Reply 180):
Ok, at which airport?
Quoting LN-KGL (Reply 181):
Værøy Heliport
http://www.saabsensis.com/saab-remot...site-acceptance-testing-milestone/

Seems like we have operated it longer in Norway. From 2012 it seems ...

http://www.dinside.no/908078/dette-er-et-fjernstyrt-flytaarn
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 9:24 am

SAS announces quite a big expansion at GOT next year. Previously there has only been seasonal routes going for a few weeks during summer.

This time we will have those aswell, although we get a more serious expansion too.

GOT-CPH will increase from 6 to 8 daily.
GOT-BGO will be launched 3 times a week (looks like year-around)
GOT-DUB will be launched once/twice a week

Link in Swedish:
http://www.swedavia.se/landvetter/om...-fran-goteborg-landvetter-airport/

(Just a few weeks ago SAS also announced both UME and LLA from GOT)

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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 9:49 am

Quoting cityairline (Reply 183):
SAS announces quite a big expansion at GOT next year.

Hmm isn't the terminal too small for all this expansion at the moment?
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 9:58 am

SAS has alse announced several other new routes for next summer in addition to the ones from GOT

CPH: Edinburgh, Ankara
ARN: Ankara, Budapest, Faro
OSL: Salzburg

Except for Edinburgh, does the other seems to be seasonal

They will also OSL-BGO, ARN-GOT, SVG-TRD, ARN-LLA, BGO-AES
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 10:00 am

SAS are demanding compensation from Forsvarsbygg, who own the runway at BOO. They claim that the newly resurfaced runway has caused premature damage and wear to the tires of their aircraft, costing them an extra NOK 1.5 million a month. Forsvarsbygg have rejected these claims.

The new surface is made of a so-called "epoxy" material, which increases friction and has a longer lifespan. Unfortunately, the friction is more than they bargained for. Widerøe have also said they have noticed far more wear to their aircraft as a result of the new runway surface.

Norwegian has not noted any issues, citing the way they rotate their aircraft through different routes.

Source (in Norwegian):

http://www.nrk.no/nordland/sas_-_-ru...-dekkene-pa-flyene-vare-1.12023763
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:01 pm

Quoting SKAirbus (Reply 186):
Norwegian has not noted any issues, citing the way they rotate their aircraft through different routes.

In the article (it might be updated), Norwegian says they also are considering demanding compensation.

"Hos Norwegian forteller informasjonssjef Lasse Sandaker-Nielsen at de har registrert problemstillingen.

– Vi har merket ekstra slitasje på våre fly, og også vi vil vurdere å søke erstatning, sier han."
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:19 pm

Quoting JetBuddy (Reply 187):
In the article (it might be updated), Norwegian says they also are considering demanding compensation.

"Hos Norwegian forteller informasjonssjef Lasse Sandaker-Nielsen at de har registrert problemstillingen.

– Vi har merket ekstra slitasje på våre fly, og også vi vil vurdere å søke erstatning, sier han."

Flaut! They have updated the article since I published then. Before they were almost boasting about how they did not have any damage but noted the issue.

Oh well... Maybe they spoke to maintenance after becoming aware of it.

If SK, WF and DY club together to ask for compensation then Forsvarsbygg is going to be in a very tricky situation.
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 1:50 pm

Quoting SKAirbus (Reply 188):
Maybe they spoke to maintenance after becoming aware of it

..or suddenly saw an opportunity to claim some money.
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 2:07 pm

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 185):
They will also OSL-BGO, ARN-GOT, SVG-TRD, ARN-LLA, BGO-AES

Could you please elaborate what you meant with that. Will they increase those, or what? Source?
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Tue Nov 04, 2014 2:10 pm

Quoting jox (Reply 190):
Could you please elaborate what you meant with that. Will they increase those, or what? Source?

Seems like the word "increase" was left out  

Source: Today's press release from SAS
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Wed Nov 05, 2014 7:37 am

SAS will increase the number of ATRs from JetTime from 8 to 11 during the summer 2015 schedule. However, unlike the first 8 which are brand new ATR-72-600s, the 3 additional ones contracted for flying during summer 2015 schedule are older 72-500 models
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Thu Nov 06, 2014 7:25 am

I am planning a trip to the US for next year. I checked out www.flysas.com and found some pretty good prices out of ZRH on the way to the US (DEN in particular) in C. SK is much cheaper than any ohter airline out of ZRH. How likely will it be to get their new C class products? I didn't find anything on their webside. The trip is gonna take place in late May / early June
July 2018, A3 C-Class ZRH-ATH-TLV-ATH-VIE
July 2018, OS C-Class VIE-ZRH
September 2018, ZRH-MXP-VIE-YYZ-LGA / JFK-VIE-ZRH on OS, LX and AC in Y and C
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:10 am

Quoting agrflyer (Reply 193):
How likely will it be to get their new C class products? I didn't find anything on their webside. The trip is gonna take place in late May / early June

Their A330s should be done by the end of Q1 2015, while only one of their A340s is scheduled to be upgraded by late may/early June
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Fri Nov 07, 2014 7:48 am

Etihad Regional (Darwin) is to begin 4x weekly CPH-DRS from next summer using ATr-72-500

http://www.etihadregional.com/docs/E...gional_SummerSchedule_EN_final.pdf
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Fri Nov 07, 2014 8:53 am

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 194):

thanks for your help. I think I have to make sure that I will get an A330 to raise the chance of having the new C class product.
July 2018, A3 C-Class ZRH-ATH-TLV-ATH-VIE
July 2018, OS C-Class VIE-ZRH
September 2018, ZRH-MXP-VIE-YYZ-LGA / JFK-VIE-ZRH on OS, LX and AC in Y and C
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:13 am

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 194):
Their A330s should be done by the end of Q1 2015, while only one of their A340s is scheduled to be upgraded by late may/early June
Quoting agrflyer (Reply 196):
I have to make sure that I will get an A330 to raise the chance of having the new C class product.

Yes, that would be a good idea. SK909/SK910 from CPH usually is operated with a 333 (with a few exceptions) as well as the flights from ARN. OSL operates with a mix (at least it seems recently). I found this plan for upgrades on flyprat:

330's:
LN-RKN - Completed 10 Jan
LN-RKH - Completed 1 Feb
LN-RKM - Completed 1 Mar
LN-RKO - Completed 29 Mar

340
OY-KBM - Completed 11 May
OY-KBA - Completed 9 Jun
LN-RKF - Completed 25 Oct
Future flights: CPH-BOS; CPH-SVG; CPH-PVG-HKG-MNL-DVO; CPH-CDG; CPH-NRT; CPH-MIA; CPH-PVG
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:53 am

Quoting EBGflyer (Reply 197):
OSL operates with a mix (at least it seems recently).

This winter it is 4 of 6 weekly with A340 due to A330 refurbishment, but it should revert back to 330 only from the summer season
 
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RE: Scandinavia Aviation 2014 - Part 6

Mon Nov 10, 2014 8:01 am

Wizzair will start a 2x weekly TRF-TZL from June 28th 2015


According to the latest MSN allocations for the A330 line the three first of the four 330-300HGW ordered by SAS last year will be MSN1660, 1665 and 1673, where 1665 is a new allocation not previously shown

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