News Listings for Coyne Airways

  • ANALYSIS: Should airlines invest in full freighters?

    News | 20 Mar 2013 13:26 | Peter Conway

    All-cargo operations have been hit hard by the economic downturn, and airlines are making more use of their hold capacity. So does it make sense to invest in freighters?
  • Routes

    News | 04 Dec 2001 00:00

    Adria Airways has begun twice daily services from Frankfurt to Vienna and dropped flights from Ljubljana to Split. The airline has also signed a codeshare deal with Austrian Airlines on services between Ljubljana and Vienna Atlas Air is seeking to boost business by offering partial and fractional aircraft/crew/maintenance/insurance contracts, and to establish a high-frequency air cargo network with hubs initially based in Europe and the USA. The new Atlas Air Partnership Programme will operate through newly selected hubs in Liège, Belgium, and Anchorage and Miami, USA. Emirates is to add five routes from its Dubai hub next year, including Casablanca, Morocco; Khartoum, Sudan; Mauritius; and Osaka, Japan. Osaka will be operated four times a week, with the other routes being flown three times weekly. UK cargo company Coyne Airways has launched twice-weekly Airbus A300 freighter services between Cairo and East Midlands, UK. SAS has delayed introducing daily Copenhagen-San Fr