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Icelandair’s Antarctic Boeing 767 Flight Continues From Cape Town

26.02.2021 12:30UTC

After stopping in Cape Town (South Africa) to pick-up a team of Norwegian researchers, Icelandair’s Boeing 767 is…

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Gallego sees Air Europa deal more likely to close in late 2020

26.02.2021 12:29UTC

IAG chief executive Luis Gallego expects completion of the group’s planned acquisition of Spanish carrier Air Europe to be nearer to year-end, having set a second-half target to close the delayed deal.IAG chief executive Luis Gallego expects completion of the group’s planned acquisition of Spanish carrier Air Europe to be nearer to year-end, having set a second-half target to close the delayed

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Gallego sees Air Europa deal more likely to close in late 2021

26.02.2021 12:29UTC

IAG chief executive Luis Gallego expects completion of the group’s planned acquisition of Spanish carrier Air Europe to be nearer to year-end, having set a second-half target to close the delayed deal.IAG chief executive Luis Gallego expects completion of the group’s planned acquisition of Spanish carrier Air Europe to be nearer to year-end, having set a second-half target to close the delayed

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MonoCoque Diversified Buys 3 Austrian Airlines Boeing 767s

26.02.2021 11:56UTC

Austrian Airlines announced today that it had found a buyer for all three of its oldest Boeing 767s.…

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United and Landline to offer bus service from DEN to Breckenridge and Fort Collins

26.02.2021 11:37UTC

United Airlines announced today that it is making it easier for customers to travel to Breckenridge and Fort Collins, Colorado with convenient year-round ground transportation service connecting through its Denver hub. This is the first time Breckenridge has ever been served by an airline and will be Fort Collins’ first global network carrier service in 25 years. Beginning March 11

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IATA: Airlines to remain cash negative through 2021

26.02.2021 11:27UTC

IATA issued this report: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released new analysis showing that the airline industry is expected to remain cash negative throughout 2021. Previous analysis (November 2020) indicated that airlines would turn cash positive in the fourth quarter of 2021. At the industry level, airlines are now not expected to be cash […]

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Condor starts flying for DHL Express with 4 Boeing 767-300 freighters

26.02.2021 11:23UTC

Condor has made this announcement: Packages instead of passengers: Germany’s most popular leisure airline Condor is now taking off with four Boeing 767-300s on behalf of DHL Express, the world’s leading provider of express services. The first cargo flights under the partnership took off this week. The Condor aircraft will be handled at Europe’s largest […]

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Safran advances hydrogen studies as part of future-fuel evaluation

26.02.2021 11:21UTC

Safran has launched a study alongside Ariane Group and Airbus examining the potential for hydrogen as a future fuel source for aviation.Safran has launched a study alongside Ariane Group and Airbus examining the potential for hydrogen as a future fuel source for aviation. Called Hyperion, the project will evaluate the “hydrogen energy chain”, says the French aerospace supplier. Ariane Group, w

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A Grounded Boeing 727 Will Disrupt Traffic Tomorrow

26.02.2021 11:15UTC

In recent months, we have been following the exciting developments in the UK surrounding a new lease of…

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Fly Leasing downgraded to hold from buy at Deutsche Bank

26.02.2021 11:13UTC

Other News Press Releases FLY Leasing Ltd. is a holding company, which engages in purchasing and leasing of aircrafts. It focuses on acquiring and leasing the modern fuel-efficient commercial aircraft, which are in strong demand around the world. Its portoflion includes Airbus A319, Airbus A320, Airbus A330, Airbus A340, Boeing 737, Boeing 747, Boeing 757, and Boeing 767 aircraft. The company was

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Swiss to expand schedules from mid-summer onwards

26.02.2021 11:11UTC

Swiss International Air Lines has made this announcement: In view of the continuing travel restrictions, Swiss does not now expect to see any tangible resumption of air travel activity until mid-summer at the earliest. So in the second quarter in particular, Swiss’s schedules will be substantially less extensive than originally planned. The company expects to […]

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