June 28, 2022
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Flying Vikings, Low-Cost Style: Norse Atlantic Takes Off

Yesterday, Norse Atlantic Airways’ (N0) first commercial flight entered the competitive long-haul, low-cost market with its inaugural flight between Oslo (OSL) and New York (JFK).

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The Saga of the Emtrasur Boeing 747 Detained in Argentina

This is why a Boeing 747-300 freighter has remained grounded at Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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Good-bye, ‘Turkey’; Hello, ‘Türkiye’!

The change in the Turkish Airlines (TK) name comes as the country moves to rebrand itself away from the “Turkey” moniker.

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Air France-KLM Group Generates €2.25bn

This is how the Air France-KLM Group will free itself from the conditions set by the European Commission for the state aid it received.

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Spanish Ryanair Crew Threaten Walkout in June/July

This is why Spanish Ryanair (FR) cabin crew are calling for a six-day strike later this summer.

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LATAM to Make Falkland Islands Return

The reinstatement of the Falklands Islands service comes as LATAM (LA) operations are 74% of those in June 2019.

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SWISS Terminates Bank Loan facility amid Recovery

This is why SWISS (LX) has terminated its bank loan facility before the end of the term.

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Vistara Eyes Mumbai as New Hub

This is why Mumbai (BOM) could be the secondary hub for India’s premium full-service carrier, Vistara (UK).

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Brussels Airlines Relaunches West Africa amid a Pilot Strike Notice

Brussels Airlines is celebrating the return of two West African destinations to its route map.

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Goodbye to KLM’s Last Boeing 747s?

KLM (KL) will make a final decision as to when its Jumbo jet operations will come to an end.

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