China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 April

Aeroflot to Expand China-Russia Flights Aeroflot ¬†will launch more direct flights between China and Russia as a result of increasing passengers traveling between the two countries. The airline currently operates direct daily flights connecting Moscow to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong. The airline last year transported nearly 1.4 million passengers between Russia and China, […]

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India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 April

Air India to offer WiFi-based inflight entertainment Air India is planning to install WiFi-based in-flight entertainment (IFE) across its entire fleet, reducing its dependence on providing IFE through seatback screens. In the tender document seeking bids from original equipment manufacturers or proprietary solutions providers to provide streamable IFE through WiFi. The carrier said it would […]

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North America Newsletter 29 April

Allegiant Files Application With U.S. Department Of Transportation To Offer Scheduled Service To Mexico Allegiant 22 April signaled its next phase of growth as the industry leader in offering affordable, non-stop flight options for leisure travelers by filing an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation to offer scheduled service between the United States and […]

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Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 April

The information contained is sourced from a variety of sources, though particular credit must be given to the following sites, which are very highly recommended. Chris Witt/Skyliner : http://www.skyliner-aviation.de/ Dublin Movements Blog: http://notam-ireland.blogspot.ie/ Irish Spotters & NLSPOT Yahoo Lists Planespotters.net : http://www.planespotters.net/ EI-EPG Boeing 737-8AS c/n 34985 Sun Express Deutschland Acceptance flight Montpellier-Valencia-Montpellier 23/04/19 to […]

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Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 April

Arctic Aviation Assets DAC Reaches Agreement on Restructuring of Airbus delivery schedule Arctic Aviation Assets DAC, a subsidiary of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA announced 24 April that it has reached an agreement in principle with Airbus regarding a restructuring of the fleet delivery schedule, including both A320neos and A321LRs. This restructuring remains subject to contractual […]

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