Top News on Jetairfly

  • TUI Travel commits to 60 737 Max

    TUI Travel has committed to 60 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in a deal valued at $6.9 billion at list prices. These aircraft includes 40 of the 737 Max 8...

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  • Monarch sees possible MRO boost from carbon scheme

    Monarch Aircraft Engineering is confident that the UK's high labour rates can be overcome as it seeks to build its...

  • FARNBOROUGH: Thomson Airways welcomes 787

    The Boeing 787's first touchdown on UK soil was a landmark moment for Chris Browne, managing director at UK launch...

  • Monarch joins Boeing GoldCare team

    <p>Boeing has confirmed the selection of UK maintenance company Monarch Aircraft Engineering as a new partner for its...

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  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 1-8 December 2014

    News | 08 Dec 2014 09:44 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Helvetic Airways to take Niki’s Embraer 190 fleet
  • TUI cites 787 popularity as profit rises

    News | 04 Dec 2014 11:20 | Niall O'Keeffe

    TUI Travel has hailed the contribution of its Boeing 787s after boosting operating profit 4% to £612 million ($959 million) in the financial year ended 30 September.
  • PrivatAir loses ECAir 737 contract to Jetairfly

    News | 03 Dec 2014 14:42 | Kerry Reals

    PrivatAir has lost its Boeing 737 wet-lease contract with Equatorial Congo Airlines (ECAir) to Jetairfly, but will continue to operate Boeing 757 flights for the African carrier and will next year add a 767 to the agreement.
  • ANALYSIS: ​Has the Boeing 787 been a network changer?

    News | 03 Dec 2014 09:02 | Henk Ombelet

    Three years after the Boeing 787's long-awaited entry into service, Henk Ombelet from Flightglobal's Ascend consultancy looks at whether the Dreamliner has changed the market
  • ​Condor to add another 767 next summer

    News | 12 Nov 2014 12:40 | Michael Gubisch

    German leisure carrier Condor will expand its long-haul fleet with an additional Boeing 767 for the summer 2015 schedule.
  • Ryanair in legal bid to halt payments to airlines at Brussels

    News | 22 Oct 2014 12:11 | Oliver Clark

    Ryanair has begun legal proceedings over payments from Brussels airport to Brussels Airlines, Thomas Cook and Jetairfly – which the Irish budget carrier claims constitute illegal state aid.