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Air Zimbabwe stopped 18 of 25 routes, as carrier faces delinquent debts estimated at US$64 million

posted Dec 21, 2010, 10:42 PM by Rowan Hewitt

Daily News for 21DEC2010            www.aviator.aero

Sukhoi (Russia) completes SSJ rejected take-off test with serial 95003 and evacuation trial with serial 95007, under supervision of Interstate Aviation Committee Aviation Register and EASA.   

Canada and Egypt expand air services agreement, effective immediately and subject to ratification.   

Air New Zealand flights from Rarotonga to Los Angeles and Sydney, also Air Pacific (Fiji) flights between Rarotonga and Fiji, to be underwritten by Cook Islands under 3-years agreement to be signed this week.

TRIP (Brazil) took delivery of additional ATR42-500 on 17 December.

Puma (Brazil) takes delivery of B767-300 for eventual service to Luanda.

Skymark Airlines (Japan) CEO Shinichi Nishikubo considering Rolls-Royce engines for four A380s on order, pending fix of current Trent problems.   

Jetscape (US) acquires new E190 and delivers it on lease to Kenya Airways, with second E190 to be delivered to carrier in May 2011 — both for eight-year term.

Air Zimbabwe stopped 18 of 25 routes, as carrier faces delinquent debts estimated at US$64 million.   

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