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Congo DR And Uganda Sign Air Services Agreement.

posted Dec 6, 2010, 12:43 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 2 DEC 2010
 
 

Sukhoi (Russia) SSJ100 deliveries to start by end of January 2010, advises senior official at project partner Finmeccanica (Italy), as manufacturer finalizes last certification issues. Source_1

Congo DR and Uganda sign air services agreement. Source_1

Fokker Aircraft Services (Netherlands) becomes member of MEBAA (UAE), due to rising interest in its VIP conversions from Middle East and North African customers. Source_1

Bombardier reports 3Q 2010 earnings down 15 percent to profit of US$143 million from $168 million year earlier. Revenue down to $4 billion from $4.6 billion. Source_1 Source_2

Bombardier ends 3Q 2010 with backlog worth US$32.7 billion and 23 net orders, up from seven year earlier. Deliveries fell to 53 from 61, of which 19 were commercial aircraft. Source_1 Source_2

Nordic Aviation Capital (Denmark) purchases and leases back eight Q400s NextGen to airBaltic (Latvia). Five aircraft purchased by NAC directly from Bombardier and three purchased from airBaltic. All financing completed by carrier and delivery of final five by end of 2010. Source_1 Source_2

Qantas (Australia) to receive three A380s deliveries during December 2010. Source_1

Air India to lease up to 57 aircraft from early 2011 — 10 A330s, 14 A320s B737-800s, CRJ700s and ATR42s — to increase capacity. Source_1

SkyQuest International (US) lists one SF340A available for sale with immediate delivery. Source_1

Tradecraft Airlines (NG) launches operations of B767-300 at Malam Aminu Kano International Airport in Kano. Source_1

Air Namibia indicates possible start of domestic services in Ghana, says acting managing director Theo Namesis. Source_1

Tradecraft Airlines (NG) launches operations of B767-300 at Malam Aminu Kano International Airport in Kano. Source_1

 

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