2021 March

China Southern Airlines signs new cooperation agreements with 20 international partners in 2020

China Southern Airlines stated (30-Mar-2021) it signed new cooperation agreements with 20 international partners in 2020, including with American Airlines, Etihad Airways and Aeroflot. The

Air Premia receives first aircraft

Air Premia received (31-Mar-2021) its first aircraft, a Boeing 787-9, from Air Lease Corporation (ALC). The aircraft is equipped with Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines and

Japan MLITT: Domestic pax down 56.2%, intl pax down 81.4% in 2020

Japan MLITT reported (31-Mar-2021) the following traffic highlights for the 12 months ended Dec-2020: Passengers: Domestic: 46.7 million, -56.2% year-on-year; International: 4.4 million, -81.4%; China:

Viva Aerobus to launch Guanajuato-San Antonio service from 01-May-2021

Viva Aerobus announced (28-Mar-2021) it will launch twice weekly Guanajuato-San Antonio service with A320neo from 01-May-2021. San Antonio Airport System director of airports Jesus H Saenz Jr commented: “This new

Southwest Airlines places firm order for 100 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

Southwest Airlines placed (29-Mar-2021) a firm order for 100 Boeing737 MAX aircraft, as well as 155 purchase options across the 737 MAX 7 and 737 MAX 8. The new purchase agreement takes Southwest‘s order book to

United Airlines resumes services from New York JFK to Los Angeles and San Francisco

United Airlines resumed (29-Mar-2021) five times weekly services from New York John F Kennedy International Airport to Los Angeles and San Francisco. The carrier is operating the services with

Sangster Airport partners with TPT Global Tech on COVID-19 health passport

TPT Global Tech reported (29-Mar-2021) Montego BaySangster International Airport partnered with the company and its TPT MedTech subsidiary to deploy the ‘QuikLAB’ and ‘QuikPASS’ technology platforms as the

Brussels Airport and partners sign onto the ‘Circular Economy Commitment’

Brussels Airport signed (24-Mar-2021) onto the ‘Circular Economy Commitment’, created within the Sustainable Transition Chair, an initiative of Antwerp Management School and the University of Antwerp. Five companies within

Macau Government outlines support for aviation and tourism sector

Civil Aviation Authority of Macau stated (23-Mar-2021) the government expects that Macau‘s aviation sector will take a “considerable period of time” to gradually recover from

Bamboo Airways receives slots to operate Heathrow services from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh

Bamboo Airways, via its official Facebook account, announced (30-Mar-2021) it has been granted slots to operate six weekly flights to London Heathrow Airport from Hanoi

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