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    Lithuania's main airline, FlyLAL, is to cease operations after a plan to sell the carrier to external investors collapsed.

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  • Lithuanian start-up aims to be ready for EU presidency

    News | 10 Dec 2012 12:46 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Lithuanian authorities are aiming to establish a new carrier to serve the Baltic state as it takes over the presidency of the European Union next year. Air...
  • ANALYSIS: Fresh move for CSA privatisation takes shape

    News | 07 Dec 2012 17:09 | Graham Dunn

    Korean Air and Qatar Airways are reportedly showing an interest in the Czech Government's renewed attempts to privatise national carrier Czech Airlines. The...
  • Pan-Baltic flag carrier still ‘ultimate goal’ for Air Baltic

    News | 04 Oct 2012 17:05 | Martin Rivers

    Air Baltic remains interested in exporting its brand across the region to become a pan-Baltic flag carrier, chief executive Martin Gauss says, though the...
  • Jet deals - 9 May

    News | 09 May 2011 09:00 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Orbest Airlines takes eight A320/A330s leases Iberworld rebranded as Orbest Airlines on 1st May and took over lease agreements regarding the lease...
  • Focus: Leisure carriers pack for a strong recovery

    News | 20 Sep 2010 16:14 | Mark Pilling

    <P><B><I></I></B><B><I>Th</I></B><B><I>e leisure sector is quietly confident it has the tools to tap the steadily rebounding holiday market, but only those with brand strength or a unique selling point will be able to generate decent returns, writes Mark Pilling in London</I></B><B><I></P> <P></I></B></P> <P>When Thomson Airways begins flying its Boeing 787s from early 2012 it hopes that, for once, it can boast that the aircraft taking holidaymakers to far-flung points is as much part of the experience as the destination.</P> <P>"We want to offer more and more unique long-haul experiences," says Peter Long, chief executive of TUI Travel, the world's largest leisure travel company with annual revenues of £14 billion ($21 billion). "We don't want to be in the commodity space, which is why we think we can get an advantage with the 787 because it will be a unique flying experience."</P> <P>Thomson, which is one of the seven airlines in TUI's airborne armada, made a rare appearance - fo
  • Jet deals - 13 September

    News | 13 Sep 2010 10:19 | Olivier Bonnassies

    mba arranges Delta's 767 sale Morten Beyer & Agnew (mba) has arranged the sale of a Boeing 767-300 aircraft off lease on behalf of an undisclosed group...