Other News for Sun-Air of Scandinavia

  • Pictures: Final BA ethnic tail leaves Heathrow service as BMed Airbus A320 returned to lessor

    The final British Airways ethnic design tailfin left the fleet on Monday, with the retirement of a 12-year old Airbus...

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  • Pictures: Final BA ethnic tail leaves Heathrow service as BMed Airbus A320 returned to lessor

    News | 26 Apr 2006 14:45

    The final British Airways ethnic design tailfin left the fleet on Monday, with the retirement of a 12-year old Airbus A320-200 operated by BA franchise partner BMed (formerly British Mediterranean).http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Pictures-Final-BA-ethnic-tail-leaves-Heathrow-service-as-BMed-Airbus-A320-returned-to-lessor-206207/
  • AvCraft inks $8m deal

    News | 20 Jul 2004 23:00

    <p>It's a deal! Sun-Air of Scandinavia is to buy two Dornier 328 turboprops from new owner AvCraft in a deal worth $8 million, it was announced yesterday. Avcraft chief executive Ben Bartel (above left) and Sun-Air chief executive Niels Sundberg inked the deal at the show yesterday. Sundberg plans to use the aircraft as part of an expansion programme. The aircraft are scheduled for delivery in October and will probably be used on the Oslo-Manchester route.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AvCraft-inks-8m-deal-184676/
  • Oslo-Billund hots up

    News | 31 Mar 2002 23:00

    <p>SAS-owned Norwegian carrier Wider&oslash;e is introducing an Oslo-Billund service for the summer season, replacing a service previously operated by Norwegian carrier Braathens. The latter was recently purchased by SAS. British Airways franchisee SUN-AIR of Scandinavia is also adding a third daily frequency on the same route.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Oslo-Billund-hots-up-145323/
  • Airlines fined after breaching European competition rules

    News | 23 Jul 2001 23:00

    <p>JUSTIN WASTNAGE / LONDON </p> <p>EC sends strong signal to alliances after collusion between SAS and Maersk is exposed</p> <p>The European Commission has fined SAS Scandinavian Airlines and Maersk Air more than €52 million ($44 million) for anti-competitive behaviour. </p> <p><img src='../Assets/GetAsset.aspx?ItemID=5851' /></p> <p>The code-share partners breached European competition rules and colluded to create a cartel on several routes, significantly Copenhagen to Stockholm, says the EC. </p> <p>SAS describes its €39.375 million share of the fine as "politically motivated" and the company's chief executive J&oslash;rgen Lindegaard says: "We accept we have to be punished, but this sum is totally disproportionate and is designed to warn alliances from doing similar deals across Europe." </p> <p>Mario Monti, the EC's competition commissioner, says in a statement: "The Commission is determined to ensure that the liberalisation achieved in European air transport in the last dechttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Airlines-fined-after-breaching-European-competition-rules-134130/
  • Routes

    News | 01 Feb 2000 00:00

    Calgary-based low-cost carrier WestJet Airlines has revealed details of its new east Canadian operation, based in Hamilton, Ontario. Launch routes will serve Thunder Bay and Winnipeg from 9 March, with Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax to be added by mid-2000. Sabena has added the Slovenian capital Ljubljana to its network, with the introduction of a daily return flight from Brussels which is operated by subsidiary DAT using an Avro RJ85. Sabena has also begun serving Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. There are now two weekly flights by Sabena Boeing 737-300s between Brussels and Kiev under a codeshare programme. Oneworld alliance partners American Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways have concluded a comprehensive codeshare agreement which they hope to introduce by the middle of this year, pending governmental approvals. The codeshares include American on Cathay flights between the USA and Hong Kong, and on Cathay's intra-Asian services from Hong Kong. Cathay's code will appear on Americanhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Routes-61473/
  • Identity crisis

    News | 01 Nov 1998 00:00

    <p>Europe's regional airline executives could be excused for feeling pleased with themselves as they gathered in Hanover for the annual meeting of the European Regions Airline Association (ERA). </p> <p>The industry is again heading for double digit growth this year, expanding at around twice the speed of the majors. Load factors are holding steady at record levels and aircraft orders stand at a high of over 600. </p> <p>Financial returns are also beginning to look more healthy for a sector unusually exposed to the rollercoaster ride of the airline cycle. And a series of high profile stock-market listings among both long-standing regionals and the new breed of low-cost start-ups has only helped to underline a sense that the industry is coming of age. </p> <p>But the industry presidents and chief executives, meeting at ERA's general assembly in September, also face some tough question over where they plan to go from here. Should they remain independent or throw in their lot with onehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Identity-crisis-44416/