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Thomas Cook, Hawaiian Airlines, Adria and more…

Weekly check is coming back after a “short break”! The reason for this absence is quite simple…

unfortunately day have only 24 hours and people have to sleep sometimes. I am sure you forgive me. I will do my best to keep running these series in upcoming weeks! Have a look on most interesting news from last days!

 

Thomas Cook declares bankruptcy

the unfortunate series continues, sadly we have to add another airline to the list of “non-existing anymore.” After WOW air, Germania, Air Berlin, Aigle Azur and some others… in the very short period of time – the next airline could not handle the burden of profitable functioning. More here

Adria Airways barely breathing

Next one in the queue…After announcing ceasing of operations due to unsecured access to fresh cash, Slovenia national carrier received a one-week time to introduce to national authority plan for restructuring airline and bring their aircrafts back in the air. Otherwise Adria will join to Thomas Cook and will disappear from the market. More here

Hawaiian Airline considering flights to Europe!

As it’s reported by blueswan the SVP revenue management & network planning of Hawaiian Airlines – Brent Overbeek declared during World Routes 2019 in Adelaide it’s quite possible that after receiving by this airline new B787 they will think about connecting Hawaii with Europe. I have to say…that would be something!

Russian airlines double flight frequency to Japan!

This is an unprecedented event! Russia and Japan signed a memorandum of understanding. From now on the number of flights between those two countries will increase from 80 to 176 per week. What is incredible in that story?  Japan never before agreed for the “fifth freedom right” for the passengers service (the fifth freedom allows an airline to carry revenue traffic between foreign countries as a part of services connecting the airline’s own country.) More here

 

Virgin Atlantic presents new  B747 “Star Wars” livery 

At the end something truly good for AvGeeks. 

 

 

Stay Tuned!

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