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Croatia Airlines to Launch Direct Flights to Athens and Venice

posted Oct 20, 2010, 4:01 AM by Elaine Bell   [ updated Oct 20, 2010, 4:11 AM ]

Aviator.aero Daily News 19 OCT 2010

19 OCT 2010

Croatia Airlines to launch direct flights from Dubrovnik to Athens and Venice on November 1.

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (Russia) reports net loss fell in 2009 by 20.5 percent year-on-year to US$91.17 million, while revenues rose 110 percent year-on-year to $7.2 million.

Bahrain plans to inject US$1.1 billion more capital into Gulf Air after loss of US$502 million in 2009, with plan to break even by 2012 or 2013.

Aerosvit (Ukraine) to launch new services from Kiev to Tashkent on October 30 with E195 and to Minsk on November 1 with ERJ145.

US Airways and Mesa Air Group (US) sign non-binding term sheet which outlines agreement in principle for extension of 39 months from current scheduled expiration in June 2012, for operation of 38 CRJ900s under companies’ codeshare and revenue sharing agreement.

British Airways converts two options on two E190 into firm orders. Aircraft to be operated by subsidiary BA CityFlyer on routes from London City Airport, following planned delivery in 1Q 2011.

UAE reports air traffic movements up 12.8 percent in September 2010 to to 52,693, compared with year earlier.

AON Risk Solutions (UK) aviation leader Simon Knechtli comments that, despite 3Q 2010 losses, underwriter competition for market share expected to blunt higher prices during 4Q 2010.

O2 Aviation Services (US) lists two Q400s available for sale with immediate delivery. See www.aviator.aero for details.

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