Someone83 wrote:Austrian is restarting GOT-VIE, with 3x weekly from June 2
http://www.austrianairlines.ag/Press/Pr ... sc_lang=en
cityairline wrote:Starting in May, KLM will add a daily flight to their AMS-GOT operations for a total of six daily flights! They will also upgauge two of the flights from E190 to B737.
To sum it up, operations will increase from five daily E190, to four daily E190 and two daily 737.
This addition of the sixth daily flight puts GOT in the same league as the capitals, for KLM:
6 Daily: GOT/ARN/CPH/OSL
5 Daily: SVG/BLL
4 Daily: BGO/AAL
3 Daily: LPI/TRD/KRS
2 Daily: TRF/AESSomeone83 wrote:Austrian is restarting GOT-VIE, with 3x weekly from June 2
http://www.austrianairlines.ag/Press/Pr ... sc_lang=en
I reported this last November
Tuesday, March 14 at 03-09 am strike would include air traffic at several airports. We are able to estimate the effects in more details later.
Friday, March 17 at 15–19 We are able to estimate the effects in more details later.
Wednesday, March 22 at 14–18 We are able to estimate the effects in more details later.
Thursday, March 23 at 14–18 We are able to estimate the effects in more details later.
Friday, March 24 at 14–18 We are able to estimate the effects in more details later.
HELyes wrote:Blue Air OTP-HEL sounds good, Finnair hasn't been that interested in SE Europe, except the leisure destinations. Yes hopefully SOF next.
JetBuddy wrote:Bostrom wrote:JetBuddy wrote:I'm glad to hear it's only a proposal, but still very bad news for the air travel industry if implemented. A nearly 50USD tax on intercontinental routes is huge, and would be a severe disadvantage for ARN against CPH/OSL/HEL.
The tax has been proposed by the government, but I'm not sure how great their chances are on getting the parliament to pass it. The government (Social democrats + Green party) only has 138 out of 349 seats in the parliament. The Left party are likely to support the government, and the four Alliance parties (Moderate party, Centre party, Liberals and Christian Democrats) will probably oppose the tax. So it probably boils down to the Sweden democrats.
The Sweden Democrats are a fairly protectionistic party, right? Anti-EU, anti-immigration - but varying between the Moderates and Social Democrats regarding the rest of their political agenda? I doubt they'll vote for this tax. I hope it doesn't pass the parliament, I'd love to see those C-Series here in Scandinavia.
ThReaTeN wrote:Just to clarify here: Since the government will include the new tax in the next budget proposal, the tax will pass parliament this autumn regardless of the stance of the Sweden Democrats. The reason is, as described above in my post, the deal between the minority center-left government and the center-right opposition that assures that the budget proposal of the government always will pass in its entirety.
ThReaTeN wrote:Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos interviewed by Swedish business daily Dagens Industri: http://www.di.se/nyheter/norwegian-hota ... i-sverige/
He says, most importantly, that the aviation tax as implemented would "definitely" put a stop to Norwegian's expansion at ARN. He also predicts that airports in Sweden, specifically Skavsta, will go out of operation. Another fun part of the interview is where he offers dubious praise for SAS, in reference to their announced equity issuance: "They're a good competitor and I hope they get all the money they need. Any company with high costs and [high] prices is a good competitor".
In other news, the EU has reversed its earlier decision that relieved SAS from a 70 million euro anti-trust fine:
https://www.thelocal.no/20170317/eu-hit ... trust-fine
https://www.avanza.se/placera/pressmedd ... rules.html
D81640 EDI1125 – 1410OSL 7M8 D
D81641 OSL1450 – 1540EDI 7M8 D
Canadair CRJ 900 15429 EI-FPM CityJet delivery 16mar17 YMX-KEF-HEL, SAS cs
Someone83 wrote:Croatia Airlines is starting new routes from Zagreb to ARN (3x weekly from May 19), OSL (2x weekly from May 21) and HEL (3x weekly from May 22) using CRJ-1000 leased from Air Nostrum. CPH where they already fly will also get the CRJ-1000
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... ns-in-s17/
At least for OSL, they will be the only CRJ-1000 operator
As a replacement for Jet Time, SAS has concluded an agreement with Regional Jet OÜ, which will be flying four ATR72-600 aircraft for SAS from August.
Someone83 wrote:Ethiopian is having their first flight to/from OSL, and their ADD-ARN flight now is extended to OSL. ET-ATJ is currently between ARN and OSL, and will spend most of the day at OSL, before returning this afternoon
B747forever wrote:Someone83 wrote:Ethiopian is having their first flight to/from OSL, and their ADD-ARN flight now is extended to OSL. ET-ATJ is currently between ARN and OSL, and will spend most of the day at OSL, before returning this afternoon
Real shame that ET won't have local rights on ARN-OSL-ARN. Is that something that can change in the future?
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