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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Fri Jun 02, 2017 10:22 pm

Nami wrote:
Finnair has taken the delivery of the 9th A350 (OH-LWI), first one with high-density 336 seat configuration. Two more to come later this year.

Lentoposti



The new configuration 32J/304Y (currently 46J/251Y) has 14 less J seats, make sense especially on the 'leisure routes' to Thailand, Cuba, Mexico etc where A350 is also used.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 05, 2017 6:38 pm

Some visions of future HEL: At the beginning of 2020 new check-in and arrivals halls will be completed in front of the current terminal. The wooden roof and the central square in front of the new terminal are meant to become landmarks of the airport. This is a part of the 100K m2 terminal extension, at the moment the non-Schengen terminal is being expanded, where the first part will be opened this summer.

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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 05, 2017 7:04 pm

Looks beautiful! I love the wooden ceiling, reminds me of OSL.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 05, 2017 7:08 pm

Pengaea wrote:
If AY open a fifth(!) destination in Japan, I would imagine that it would have to be Sapporo (really, where else could they go, Hiroshima? Okinawa?). I personally think it would be very interesting if they open Sapporo as a winter destination, though I have a feeling that seasonal affective disorder and a large number of skiing options in Europe might limit that market.


Sendai? A wealthy high-tech industrial city north of Tokyo

Tokyo Haneda? Probably too expensive, maybe night slot.

But Sapporo has a large catchment area, all Hokkaido and northern Honshu, and is underserved if even unserved to Europe, so it may be the next destination, though it is not the wealthiest part of the country.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 06, 2017 12:40 am

JetBuddy wrote:
Looks beautiful! I love the wooden ceiling, reminds me of OSL.


Yes got the same OSL feeling, all very Nordic
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 06, 2017 10:59 am

Interesting little detail, by the way, is that the handrails seem like an homage to Eero Saarinen's TWA Flight Center.

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Not too sure about the practicality of all those stairs at an airport though.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 06, 2017 10:16 pm

HELyes wrote:
Some visions of future HEL: At the beginning of 2020 new check-in and arrivals halls will be completed in front of the current terminal. The wooden roof and the central square in front of the new terminal are meant to become landmarks of the airport. This is a part of the 100K m2 terminal extension, at the moment the non-Schengen terminal is being expanded, where the first part will be opened this summer.

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It made me think of Kilden Concert Hall in Kristiansand:

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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 07, 2017 5:59 am

Kuusamo to become the fourth Lufthansa Lapland destination

Starting from 23 December 2017, there will be a flight every Saturday from Frankfurt to northern Finnish Kuusamo. Due to its nature and the ski sports centre Ruka, Kuusamo has become one of the major tourist centres in Finland. Together with Tromsø, Ivalo and Kittilä, (Lufthansa offers Kittilä from Munich only), Kuusamo is now the fourth Lapland destination to be included by Europe’s largest airline, due to its popularity among winter sports lovers and fans of the Northern Lights.

Frankfurt (FRA) – Kuusamo (KAO)
Once a week (Saturday from 23.12.2017)
LH872: FRA 10:05 – 14:10 KAO
LH873: KAO 15:15 – 17:30 FRA
Price: from EUR 199 including taxes and fees
Distance: 2,134 km (1152 nautical miles)
Airbus A319

Source:
http://newsroom.lufthansagroup.com/en/n ... fixed.html
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 07, 2017 8:18 pm

oslmgm wrote:

It made me think of Kilden Concert Hall in Kristiansand


The same architecture firm is behind both projects, ALA Architects. Their new Helsinki Central Library that's under construction shares some similarities as well.


Nice to see Lapland getting some non-chartered flights.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:31 am

Their 10th A321 to WOW has been delivered

Airbus A321 -211 7715 TF-NOW Wow Air delivery 08jun17 XFW-TLS ex D-AYAP



SAS May traffic numbers

ASK: +6,6%
RPK: +7,4%
Load factor: 75,4% +0,6pp
Passengers: 2.686 +3,3%
Yield: 0,92 0% (-3% FX adjusted)
PASK: 0,68 +1% (-2% FX adjusted)

http://mb.cision.com/Main/290/2283511/685427.pdf
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Thu Jun 08, 2017 11:40 am

There was a long interview with WOW air CEO and sole owner Skúli Mogensen yesterday in the Icelandic newspaper Fréttablaðið: http://www.visir.is/g/2017170609317/wow ... fir-hafid-

Some points from the interview:
* WOW Air will start expanding into Asia in 2018, they have a shortlist of destinations under consideration
* Direct flying to Asia will induce a lot of tourism to Iceland from Asia just like direct flying to California increased tourism from there by "hundreds of percent".
* Expansion into Asia is WOW's response to increasing competition on the TATL market
* Increased point to point flying across the Atlantic by Norwegian and soon also by JetBlue puts great pressure on WOW's TATL hub model.
* Four A330 neo to be delivered next year.
* Icelandic authorities are lacking vision regarding building up KEF as an international hub, they focus to much on tourism to Iceland.
* It might be sensible to privatize KEF, at least partially to speed up its development.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Thu Jun 08, 2017 7:17 pm

HEL recruits 200 test "passengers" to assess the new airport facilities in July:

https://www.finavia.fi/en/news-room/new ... airport-a/
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Fri Jun 09, 2017 10:06 am

“Nations have no permanent friends or allies, they only have permanent interests.”
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Sun Jun 11, 2017 6:27 pm

Some movement in SAS' CRJ fleet as Cityjet takes over Cimber ops going forward:
OY-KFB is now transfered to Cityjet, while OY-KFM as left the fleet, and will go to Nordica

Canadair CRJ 900 15211 OY-KFB CityJet ferried 10jun17 MST-CPH, SAS cs, on transfer
Canadair CRJ 900 15250 ES-ACJ Nordica in basic SAS cs 09jun17 at MST prior delivery ex OY-KFM
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Sun Jun 11, 2017 8:39 pm

JetBuddy wrote:
Looks beautiful! I love the wooden ceiling, reminds me of OSL.


OSL has wooden beams but not a wooden ceiling.

Much to my annoyance SK have downgraded OSL MOL to a bloody CRJ900 gurrrrrrr!!!!!
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:31 am

Traffic figures OSL for May

OSL: 2 398 104, + 5,5%
Domestic: 1 044 253, +2,9%
International: 1 353 851, +8%


Kiwirob wrote:
JetBuddy wrote:
Much to my annoyance SK have downgraded OSL MOL to a bloody CRJ900 gurrrrrrr!!!!!


Just some of the flights, mainly off-peak flights were the 737s are too big. Think today, there are 2 SAS OSL-MOL departures with 737 and 1 with CRJ-900
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 12, 2017 9:59 am

HEL 5/2017

Total: 1 620 529 (+11.1%)
Domestic: 210 691 (-2.0%)
International: 1 409 838 (+13.3%)

Total YTD +8.2%

Finavia
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 13, 2017 2:30 pm

Stockholm Arlanda traffic figuers for May 2017;

ARN total: 2 431 000 (+10%)
International: 1 908 000 (+11%)
Domestic: 523 000 (+8%)
Fan of Aviation. Operational train scheduling is my work.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 13, 2017 3:14 pm

X2K wrote:
Stockholm Arlanda traffic figuers for May 2017;

ARN total: 2 431 000 (+10%)
International: 1 908 000 (+11%)
Domestic: 523 000 (+8%)

ARN grows as projected;)
It's not what u do,it's how u do it!
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 13, 2017 4:38 pm

Copenhagen Airport traffic figures for May 2017;

CPH total: 2 584 083 (+2,7%)
International: 2 436 712
Domestic: 147 371
Fan of Aviation. Operational train scheduling is my work.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:54 pm

CPH, ARN, OSl, HEL MAY 2017

1. CPH 2 594 083 (+ 1,3%)
2. ARN 2 431 249 (+ 10,0%)
3. OSL 2 398 104 (+ 5,5%)
4. HEL 1 620 529 (+11.1%)
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 14, 2017 12:19 pm

The old ground control tower at ARN has been converted into a flat and you now have the opportunity to win a night there for you and up to three friends or family. A guided tour of the airport is also included. https://www.homeaway.se/lp/arlanda/?
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 14, 2017 2:03 pm

Personally I think it's more interesting to look at the international passenger numbers and growth:

CPH: 2 436 712 (+1.8%)
ARN: 1 908 211 (+11.0%)
HEL: 1 409 838 (+13.3%)
OSL: 1 353 851 (+8.0%)

I've been following the little "battle" between OSL and HEL when it comes to international passengers after last year ended in almost equal numbers (difference of just 38 903 in favour of OSL). I'm expecting OSL to edge ahead with a slightly bigger margin than last year.

Jan-May International YTD:

HEL: 6 030 784 (+9.3 %)
OSL: 5 859 393 (+11.0%)
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 14, 2017 8:59 pm

LN-RRA was the first of 66 SAS shorthaul aircraft that will get the same seats and interior details AS the new A320neo. While wifi and USB ports will come, this will not be implementere untill the coming Autumn
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Thu Jun 15, 2017 5:52 am

Cityjet has taken delivery of their 13th CRJ-900 for SAS ops. In addition there are 10 Cimber CRJ-900s, which one has been transfered to Cityjet already, making it total 23 CRJ-900 currently in SAS ops

Canadair CRJ 900 15434 EI-FPO CityJet delivery 14jun17 YMX-KEF-TRD, SAS cs
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 20, 2017 5:07 pm

Keflavik Airport traffic figures for May 2017;

KEF total: 659 524 (+22,8%)
YTD: 2 842 341 (+46,7%)
“Nations have no permanent friends or allies, they only have permanent interests.”
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:42 pm

While looking for flights from Amsterdam to Stockholm I discovered that on July 6th 2017 the morning flight of Norwegian is operated by a Privilege Style Boeing 757. It seems Norwegian is using this aircraft for the entire month of July. Does anyone know of other routes, preferable with dates, the 757 will fly on?
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 20, 2017 10:04 pm

MartijnNL wrote:
It seems Norwegian is using this aircraft for the entire month of July. Does anyone know of other routes, preferable with dates, the 757 will fly on?


No dates, but you are correct that the 757 will be leased for an entire month. It will be based in Stockholm (ARN) and used on the routes to Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Faro, Helsingfors, Kreta (Chania), Malaga, Nice, Olbia, Rhodos and Split.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:26 am

Norwegian in launching 2 new 1x weekly routes from ARN the coming winter: Funchal/Madeira and Fuerteventura. In addition Tel Aviv and Marrakech from ARN is increased from 1x weekly to 2x weekly
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:44 am

WOW Air has taken delivery of their first A321neo

http://www.airleasecorp.com/press/air-l ... to-wow-air
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 21, 2017 10:43 am

Norwegian is launching a seasonal 1x weekly service from HEL to Marrakech next winter
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 21, 2017 10:50 am

Someone83 wrote:
WOW Air has taken delivery of their first A321neo

http://www.airleasecorp.com/press/air-l ... to-wow-air

This is the third A321neo with LEAP-1A33 engines, flying to LBE later today for display at PAS17
“Nations have no permanent friends or allies, they only have permanent interests.”
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 21, 2017 11:20 am

kelvin933 wrote:
Someone83 wrote:
WOW Air has taken delivery of their first A321neo

http://www.airleasecorp.com/press/air-l ... to-wow-air

This is the third A321neo with LEAP-1A33 engines, flying to LBE later today for display at PAS17


I think it is already in PAS?
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 21, 2017 12:59 pm

It appears that British Airways will be ceasing LHR-SVG and LHR-BGO from oct 28

https://forum.flyprat.no/showpost.php?p ... tcount=157
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Wed Jun 21, 2017 6:10 pm

Today Finnair celebrate the 70th anniversary of cabin crew training:

https://twitter.com/Finnair/status/877469025248444418

Finnair style 1969, DC-8 First Class FinnHostess :)

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Current look:

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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Thu Jun 22, 2017 9:49 am

Air France is changing aircraft on OSL-CDG the coming winter. From 3x daily E190 with Hop! (sometimes the E170 also shows up) to 2x daily A318 with Air France and 1x daily E190 with Hop!
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Thu Jun 22, 2017 10:23 am

It seems Norwegian has increased CPH-AMS from 6x to 8x weekly this month, with 2x NEW morning departures on THU and SUN.

- CPH 08:15 - AMS 09:40 D83538 B737 Thu = NEW
- CPH 08:25 - AMS 09:50 D83538 B737 Sun = NEW
- CPH 16:35 - AMS 18:00 D83540 B737 Mon-Fri
- CPH 17:00 - AMS 18:25 D83540 B737 Sun

This brings Norwegian on all three OSL-AMS (DY), ARN-AMS (DY) and CPH-AMS (D8) to 8x weekly, HEL-AMS (D8) is 2x weekly.

D8 = Norwegian Air International
DY = Norwegian Air Shuttle
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Thu Jun 22, 2017 2:30 pm

The Next Boeing 787-9 from Norwegian will have English aviation pioneer Amy Johnson on the tail. Picture below:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/woodysaero ... otostream/


Amy Johnson CBE (1 July 1903 – 5 January 1941) was a pioneering English aviator and was the first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amy_Johnson
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Sun Jun 25, 2017 5:58 pm

Does anyone know what is being built at gate E10 at OSL, the old airbridge and infrastructure has been removed, and something new is being constructed..
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Sun Jun 25, 2017 6:14 pm

Kiwirob wrote:
Does anyone know what is being built at gate E10 at OSL, the old airbridge and infrastructure has been removed, and something new is being constructed..


The passport controll is being moved and E10 (and E12) is being rebuilt to non-schengen/Schengen flexigates. AFAIK at the same time some of the gates are also being adjusted to being to handle widebodies.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 26, 2017 6:19 am

Passport Control has already moved, I went through it two weeks ago, it's a much better setup than before.

Will the new gates look like the existing gates or the new gates in terminal C?
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:13 pm

Hundreds of people are stranded worldwide after Norwegian crew shortage. It's mostly a lack of pilots. Norwegian has cancelled several flights because of this. Seemingly extremely poor planning. The same thing happened last June as well, when more than 30% of departures were cancelled.

In Norwegian:
https://www.nrk.no/norge/norwegian-kaos ... 1.13576414
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:49 pm

JetBuddy wrote:
Hundreds of people are stranded worldwide after Norwegian crew shortage. It's mostly a lack of pilots. Norwegian has cancelled several flights because of this. Seemingly extremely poor planning. The same thing happened last June as well, when more than 30% of departures were cancelled.

In Norwegian:
https://www.nrk.no/norge/norwegian-kaos ... 1.13576414


Similar headlines in Finland, last weekend Norwegian had Finnish pax stranded in Croatia. Hopefully they'll get back on tracks quickly.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:06 pm

Mortyman wrote:
The Next Boeing 787-9 from Norwegian will have English aviation pioneer Amy Johnson on the tail. Picture below:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/woodysaero ... otostream/


Amy Johnson CBE (1 July 1903 – 5 January 1941) was a pioneering English aviator and was the first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amy_Johnson


Interesting, easyJet's A320 G-EZTL is also named after her (flew on it myself KEF-LTN last December).
Nothing compares to taking off in an empty 757 with full thrust!
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Mon Jun 26, 2017 11:57 pm

Faroe-based football club NSI Runavik are on the road tomorrow, flying with Atlantic Airways from Vagar to Billund and switching onto a Sun-Air of Scandianvia Dornier 328JET for their trip to Minsk there:

http://footballcharters.blogspot.com/20 ... -2017.html
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 27, 2017 12:37 am

HELyes wrote:
Similar headlines in Finland,

Also in Denmark. Monday all Danish domestic flight by Norwegian (AAL-CPH roundtrips) were cancelled. The first morning flight was cancelled after pax had boarded the plane. So far only Tuesday early morning flight has been cancelled - let's see.

European flights operate with massive delays. For instance this evening's flight from Copenhagen to Barcelona is now scheduled to tomorrow at noon.

Skytrax had luck with timing. It was last week they awarded Norwegian as "Best European LCC".
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 27, 2017 6:11 am

The simple solution to the DY issue is fly SAS, you get what you pay for, DY really don't give a monkeys about there passangers.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:00 am

Novair is also struggling. As they are waiting for their first A321neo, they have leased in A320 som Titan. One of them had a hard landing a fe wdays back, so several flight from OSL are either 15-24 hours delayed or cancelled
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 27, 2017 3:31 pm

WOW Air had an ad in Icelandic newspapers today for the positions of 115 pilots and 70 captains. These numbers are actually a clear shot at Icelandair which had just announced that they were laying off 115 pilots and demoting 70 captains before the winter. This is actually not unusual for Icelandair which has a large seasonal fluctuation in their business so they have had this practice for years to hire a bunch of pilots in the spring and laying them off in the fall. It's an annoying practice for sure but it is also expected by anyone involved. WOW Air meanwhile say that they are growing so fast that all of these laid off pilots can apply with them. It's a good PR move at least.
 
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Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:41 pm

Just out:

"The SAS board authorized an RFP (request for proposal) last week. This means that both Airbus and Boeing will be asked for prices of up to 40 new aircraft which will replace the aging B737 fleet. The final decision is expected to take place at the end of the year."
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