The launch of Indian start-up airline Akasa Air is set to slip by a couple of months until July. Delivery of the carrier’s first aircraft seems to take more time, delaying the launch of its first services. Launch Akasa Air slips to July as it waits for first...
Norse Atlantic Airways is delaying its first services until June, citing uncertainties in international air travel that have been caused by the war in Ukraine. The Norwegian start-up now plans to launch ticket sales to the US in April, it said in an update on March...
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has delayed the launch of its third airline AirJapan until late 2023 or early 2024. That’s about a year later than the original plan, which mentioned the first services to start ‘around fiscal 2022’, which is the March 2022-March 2023 period....
Lufthansa plans to launch a new regional and domestic airline in Germany that should operate alongside its regional subsidiary CityLine. The airline will most likely get a dedicated Airline Operator Certificate (AOC) and should begin services in early 2023. Lufthansa...
The Mexican freighter airline MasAir is Airbus’ launch customer of the A330-200P2F (passenger-to-freighter) in the Americas, it was announced today. For MasAir, the country’s largest freighter airline, the reception of the converted aircraft represents a milestone...
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