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    Alberto Galassi quickly sketches two graphs on the whiteboard in his Rome office. The first - a sharp downward curve stubbornly anchored at the bottom - represents the business aviation market's sharp fall from grace during the past three years and current stagnation.


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  • IN FOCUS: Piaggio pushes into special mission with P180

    News | 25 Jun 2012 13:00 | Murdo Morrison

    Alberto Galassi quickly sketches two graphs on the whiteboard in his Rome office. The first - a sharp downward curve stubbornly anchored at the bottom - represents the business aviation market's sharp fall from grace during the past three years and current stagnation.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/IN-FOCUS-Piaggio-pushes-into-special-mission-with-P180-373121/
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    News | 15 Jun 1999 23:00

    Northwest Airlines Cargo will introduce its ninth Boeing 747-200 freighter on 1 September on transpacific services, enabling the carrier to upgrade services from Chicago and New York from shared capacity on a single freighter to full aircraft capacity. The Australian Government has agreed to allow Emirates to introduce an additional 14 flights between Australia and Dubai. The airline, which serves Melbourne daily via Singapore, will be able to fly 21 services a week to Australia. It will add daily flights to Sydney, four a week to Perth and three to Brisbane. Start dates have not been finalised. French Caribbean airlines Air Guadeloupe and Air Martinique are launching services to Miami and Puerto Rico from their island bases. Lufthansa CityLine is launching three times-daily services between Hamburg and London Stansted. Delta Air Lines inaugurated daily non-stop services on 8 June from Atlanta to Athens, Barcelona, Istanbul and Rome, using Boeing 767-300ERs and MD-11s. Beginning ohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Routes-52652/
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    News | 08 Jun 1999 23:00

    Australia has decided not to open its domestic market to foreign carriers, but is to increase the number of overseas carriers allowed to serve gateways such as Cairns and Canberra. Singapore Airlines regional subsidiary Silk Air has launched its first Indian route, with twice-weekly Airbus A320 services to Trivandrum. US charter operator Sun Country has launched into the domestic scheduled market with low-fare services out of Minneapolis/St Paul. Destinations served daily are Boston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New York JFK, Orlando, Phoenix, San Francisco and Seattle, with fewer frequencies to Anchorage, Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit, Houston, San Antonio, and Washington Dulles. British Airways' franchise partner CityFlyer Express will launch weekday (plus Sunday) services on 22 October between London Gatwick and Shannon, using British Aerospace Avro RJ100s. A Saturday service will begin in the second quarter of next year. CityFlyer will also increase daily services to six frohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Routes-52033/
  • Routes

    News | 30 Apr 1999 23:00

    BM's Russian accord - British Midland has outlined an agreement in which with its Russian partner, Transaero, will fly one weekly to Moscow while BMwill fly four services. British Midland has just been designated as the second carrier, after British Airways, on the London-Moscow route. US Air goes to UK - US Airways is seeking to break British Airways' monopoly on flights from London Gatwick to Pittsburgh with an application to fly the route. This requires a new UK-US bilateral. The carrier, which flies to Gatwick from Philadelphia, obtained slots at the London airport to fly the transatlantic route from its Charlotte hub in March. Change in Middle East - KLM will launch flights from Amsterdam to Saudi capital Riyadh via Jeddah in June. It is using capacity from a route it is cancelling to Sana'a, capital of Yemen, which has been suffering from falling revenues and high costs. Alliance partner Alitalia is starting flights to Tripoli in May out of Rome and Milan Malpensa. Debohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Routes-50732/