Top News on Skyways

  • ATM improvements could cut 13min from each flight, says Airbus

    Fully optimising air traffic management and aircraft systems would cut 13min from the duration of the average flight in Europe and the USA, saving nine million tonnes of excess fuel and cutting 28 million tonnes of CO² emissions each year.

  • Other News for Skyways

  • Nordic states insist SAS rescue package is not illegal aid

    SAS Group's three government owner states believe their proposed participation in the company's restructuring is based...

  • ROUTES: Guide to airline start-ups and groundings in 2012

    High-profile airline groundings may have dominated much of the news this year, but there are a number of new kids on...

  • AeroSvit enters co-operation deal with Sweden's SkyWays

    <p>Ukrainian flag carrier AeroSvit has concluded a package of agreements with Swedish regional operator Skyways to fuel...

  • News Listings for Skyways

  • Used turboprop aircraft transactions: 15-22 September 2014

    News | 22 Sep 2014 20:09 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Flybe to sublease 24 Q400s from Republic Airlines
  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 7-14 July 2014

    News | 14 Jul 2014 09:00 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​United extends 737 leases with SMBC Aviation Capital
  • Used turboprop aircraft transactions: 26 May - 2 June

    News | 02 Jun 2014 08:49 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​NAC acquires ex-Kingfisher ATR 72
  • Used turboprop aircraft transactions: 24-31 March 2014

    News | 31 Mar 2014 08:47 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Eastern Airways to lease three Saab 2000s
  • ANALYSIS: Balkan airlines struggle for survival

    News | 24 Feb 2014 10:02 | Oliver Clark

    When Jat Airways was rebranded Air Serbia late last year, it marked the symbolic end of the concept of a pan-western Balkan national carrier – but who, if anyone, will ultimately replace it as the dominant player in the Balkan aviation market remains an open question.
  • Croatian start-up Adriatic Skyways to launch in April

    News | 18 Feb 2014 16:15 | Oliver Clark

    New Croatian start-up Adriatic Skyways will begin operating flights from Dubrovnik airport in April, offering a mix of scheduled and charter services, says chief executive Berry van Eeuwijk.