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  • French probe Onur A321's low approach


    ​French investigators are looking into a low-altitude incident involving a Turkish-registered aircraft which descended to less than 50ft above runway height while still 3nm from landing.


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  • French probe Onur A321's low approach


    ​French investigators are looking into a low-altitude incident involving a Turkish-registered aircraft which...


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  • Aegean to add 16 international destinations in 2015

    News | 18 Nov 2014 16:34

    ​Aegean Airlines will add 16 new international destinations to its network in 2015 as part of its strategy to help further develop the Greek tourism trade.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Aegean-to-add-16-international-destinations-in-2015-406208/
  • French probe Onur A321's low approach

    News | 11 Dec 2013 09:28 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​French investigators are looking into a low-altitude incident involving a Turkish-registered aircraft which descended to less than 50ft above runway height while still 3nm from landing.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/French-probe-Onur-A321s-low-approach-393993/
  • Letters

    News | 13 Sep 2004 23:00

    <p>Fares fair on sixth freedom Re &quot;British Airways fare battle with Italian authorities escalates&quot; (<i style='mso-bidi-font-style:normal'>Flight International</i>, 17-23 August). As you may know, in standard bilateral agreements, agreed tariffs for sixth-freedom routes do not have to be lower than those for non-stop flights operated by the national carrier based at the journey's start. These agreements have been quite often disregarded, not being in harmony with the accepted objective of liberalisation in the air transport sector. Nevertheless, when some civil aviation authorities, in particular the UK, German, Spanish, Dutch and others, requested that Alitalia equalise its sixth freedom tariffs with those for their national airlines' non-stop connections, ENAC felt it was reasonable to require that 30 other carriers do the same relative to Alitalia's non-stop services. Among those who have received the request, only British Airways took a complaint to the European Commissiohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Letters-187424/
  • Air Liberte signs allies in major consolidation

    News | 30 Sep 1997 23:00

    <p>Julian Moxon/Deauville </p> <p>France's second-largest airline, Air Libert&eacute;, has signed deals with American Airlines, Regional Airlines and three smaller French regionals in what company president Marc Rochet describes as the "first steps" in a major consolidation aimed at "strengthening our position in an extremely tough operating environment". </p> <p>Rochet revealed the moves on 25 September at the TOP-RESA travel-industry gathering at Deauville, northern France. He also said that from 26 October, when the winter season opens, the majority-owned British Airways subsidiary would drop TAT European Airlines from its name, becoming just Air Libert&eacute;. </p> <p>TAT was the airline Rochet originally headed, and which became British Airways' first purchase in France. It was also the vehicle used to take over the bankrupt Air Libert&eacute; earlier in the year. "We plan a relaunch in the new year to take account of all the developments," says Rochet. </p> <p>The agreementhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Air-Liberte-signs-allies-in-major-consolidation-23779/