2018 February

SaudiGulf Airlines to commence Riyadh-Dubai service; set to acquire Boeing widebodies

SaudiGulf Airlines confirmed (26-Feb-2018) plans to commence twice daily Riyadh–Dubai service on 01-Mar-2018. Dubai will be the airline’s first international destination. The carrier will operate the service with A320 equipment

Laudamotion registers first A320

CAPA – Centre for Aviation stated (26-Feb-2018) Laudamotion registered its first A320 (OE-LOF, serial number 4329) as recorded by the CAPA Fleet Database. This is the first A320 to be

American Express GBT: Business Travel outlook ‘bright’ for 2018, particularly in Asia driven by China/India

The outlook for international business travel in 2018 is ‘bright’ says American Express Global Business Travel (GBT), particularly in Asia driven by China and India. Demand

MyWay Airlines receives AOC

Georgia‘s Civil Aviation Agency issued (26-Feb-2018) an air operator’s certificate (AOC) and operating licence to MyWay Airlines. The carrier met insurance requirements and passed a financial position assessment.

Airport Insight: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the

Widerøe to expand service from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport

Widerøe announced (28-Feb-2018) plans to expand service between Copenhagen and Kristiansand and Sandefjord, effective, 01-Aug-2018. The carrier planned the increase in light of lower airport charges at Copenhagen Kastrup Airport slated to become

Gulf Air to commence six international services in Jun-2018

Gulf Air plans to commence the following services in Jun-2018 (Airline Route, 26-Feb-2018): Bahrain–Alexandria Borg El Arab: Three times weekly with A320 equipment, effective 10-Jun-2018; Bahrain-Casablanca:

Airline Insight: Volotea

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the

Airports Company South Africa: Passenger growth held steady in 4Q2017

Airports Company South Africa published (Feb-2018) traffic figures for its nine airports in 4Q2017, with the following highlights: Growth in passenger numbers held “steady” at just over 3%;

French Government renounces plans to divest 10% stake of Toulouse Blagnac Airport

France‘s Government renounced plans to divest 10.01% of its capital share of Toulouse Blagnac Airport to Casil Europe, arguing it is not in the public interest to do so (BFMTV/Le Figaro/AFP, 26-Feb-2018).

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