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Hellenic Imperial to use 747-200 to USA

Greek carrier Hellenic Imperial has pushed back the launch of their scheduled operations to London, and will be using Boeing 747-200 aircraft to New York due to an inability to source sufficient Airbus A340 aircraft. It has been reported that the airline has a payments issue with regards to the ex Gulf Air Airbus A340, […]

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Hellenic Imperial outlines scheduled network plans

Greek carrier Hellenic Imperial will be launching scheduled passenger flights from 24th June when it begins service to New York and London. The airline will be operating four times weekly service to New York JFK and six times weekly service to London Gatwick at the beginning. This will make it the only Greek carrier to […]

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Arik Air receives approval for Houston flights

 Arik Air of Nigeria, recently received approval from the US DoT to operate flights to Houston, however the airlines viability remains an issue.  The airline recently announced the Houston route on its Facebook page. The airline is likely to route the flights via New York JFK, operating as Lagos – New York – Houston – […]

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Delta to suspend Kiev flights

 Delta Air Lines, effective 17th June will be suspending its flights to Kiev indefinitely. The airline presently serves Kiev from New York, JFK. The move is likely a part of the airline’s cost cutting initiative. The airline will continue to offer code-share service to Kiev via Paris and Amsterdam.  The competition to this route comes […]

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China Eastern Files to End AA codeshare, to Join with Delta

 China Eastern Airlines yesterday filed with the US Department of Transportation to end its 13yr old codesharing accord with American Airlines. The two has been codesharing on each other’s flights between the USA and China since 1998.  The termination of the agreement follows MU’s entry into SkyTeam and AA’s launch of its own Los Angeles […]

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Jet Airways to go nonstop to New York, and to launch Amsterdam

 Jet Airways (IATA:9W) has applied to start nonstop flights to New York area from India. The airline is expected to start the route from either Delhi or Mumbai. Jet’s three Boeing 777-300ERs currently on a wet lease with Turkish Airlines are scheduled to return by October, which the carrier will use for this route. It […]

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Routes of The Week 23-29 January

Routes of The Week 23 – 29 JANUARY 2011 COPA from 15 Jun launches 4 weekly Panama City – Nassau service on board E190. China Southern w.e.f 23 Jan has increased Guangzhou – Kathmandu service from three to six weekly. Service operates with A319 daily except on Tuesdays. South African Airways w.e.f from 1 May […]

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Full Details of the PIA – Turkish JV

Last week on The Networker, we covered the proposed PIA Turkish JV in detail. Today, we have got some extra details on the proposed broad ranging codeshare pact. * The arrangement would be to allocate seat capacity and revenues of both parties in the applicable routes under one pool arrangement, where the earnings would be […]

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Pakistan International to end New York, Chicago. Focuses on connecting from Istanbul.

PIA to end US flights and signs MoU with Turkish

Pakistan International Airlines ( PIA, IATA : PK ) has signed an MoU with Turkish Airlines ( IATA : TK ) in a move that will signal a strategic change in the airline’s direction. Under the new deal, pending government approval, PIA will stop a range of its unprofitable routes to the US and the […]

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Delta Air Lines Early 2011 Changes

Delta Air Lines has updated on the Global Distribution Systems a number of changes to its current flight inventory ( most data applying from Summer 2011 onwards ). The changes are given below. Please note that the aircraft type is not displayed. Only the routes with changes are shown, with frequencies against either current frequency […]

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