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South African Airways To Start Operating A340's to Nairobi And Windhoek

posted Oct 28, 2010, 5:25 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 31 JAN 2011
 
 

Congress of Aviation Unions and Professional Associations (NG) calls on federal government to upgrade airports. Source_1

 

LAN (Chile) considering all A320 fleet for subsidiary Aires (Colombia) to align with Group fleet, according to LAN passenger division VP Luis Eduardo Riquelme. First three A320s to be sourced from AerOasis (Colombia), arriving by early 2012. Source_1

 

Fly 540 (Kenya) F27-500 serial 10530 crashes after takeoff from Nairobi on 27 January 2011. Four occupants with minor injuries. Source_1

 

AIRES (Colombia) renews management team, with appointment of new executive director Hernan Pasman, as current company president, Francisco Mendez, exits. Source_1

 

LAN (Chile) to rename subsidiary Aires (Colombia) to LAN Colombia by 1Q 2012. Source_1

 

Air France to launch services on 27 March 2011 from Paris CDG to Phnom Penh via Bangkok with A340-300 and to Freetown via Conakry with A330-200. Source_1

 

Air Mauritius to begin direct flights between Mauritius and Shanghai via Kuala Lumpur from July 2011. Source_1

 

AirBaltic (Latvia) to launch summer 2011 service from Tromso to Oulu on 29 April with Q400. Source_1

 

Alaska Airlines (US) considering use of Horizon Q400s instead of Alaska B737s on low volume routes in state of Alaska, at or after end of 2011. Source_1

 

South African Airways to start operating A340 to Nairobi on 27 February 2011 and to Windhoek on 27 March 2011. Source_1

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