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South African AirwaysTo Begin Nonstop Flights Between Johannesburg and New York

posted Feb 2, 2011, 4:52 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 1 FEB 2011
 

Bombardier claims CSeries 90 orders and 90 options normal for new aircraft at current stage of development. Source_1

 

Embraer to decide between building new aircraft or re-engining E-Jets after Boeing makes choice on B737, says CEO Frederico Curado. Source_1

 

Mitsubishi Aircraft (Japan) advises MRJ100 to be offered after MRJ90 makes first flight in 2012. Source_1

 

SpiceJet (India) to not raise capital to fund up to 30 Q400s on order from Bombardier, says CEO Neil Mills. Purchase to be funded through cash in hand and credit. Source_1

 

Caribbean Airlines (Trinidad) to utilize new ATR72-600s to replace its fleet of five DHC8-300s and for Air Jamaica route network. Source_1

 

ECC Leasing (Ireland) arranges lease of three ERJ135 from Regional (France) to Air Namibia, under exclusive remarketing mandate. Aircraft to replace some of carrier’s turboprops and are on schedule to be delivered in March 2011. Source_1

 

Republic Airways (US) amends capacity purchase agreement with Delta Air Lines (US) to add eight E170s for placement in-service between May and September 2011 for a term of six yers. Source_1

 

SuperJet International (Italy) releases photo of first SSJ100 in Armavia (Armenia) livery. Go to: http://avtr.co/eJEWWb Source_1

 

Embraer signs five-year agreement with EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering to become authorized service center for E170 and E190 family. Source_1

 

South African Airways to begin nonstop flights between Johannesburg and New York on 01 May 2011 with A340-600. Source_1

 

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