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TAROM and airBaltic extend codeshare agreement

The agreement was signed for flights in Europe during the 2017-2018 season. The Romanian airline TAROM and the Latvian airBaltic, have extended a codeshare agreement for flights within the European continent that will be valid during the 2017-2018 season. Thanks to the agreement, airBaltic will be able to market airline tickets on the routes operated by TAROM between Bucharest and Munich, and between Bucharest and Paris. Similarly, TAROM will be able to market tickets on airBaltic routes: Tallinn-Amsterdam, Tallinn-Paris, Vilnius-Amsterdam, Vilnius-Munich and Vilnius-Paris.

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Ryanair will launch four routes to Spain next year

Flights will operate for the spring and summer season The low cost airline Ryanair today announced the launch of four new routes to Spain that will start operating from March and April 2018. Denmark, Lithuania, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic will have flights to the Iberian country in the next spring and summer season in the Northern Hemisphere. Ryanair is the preferred low cost airline in Europe and has recently ordered about 280 Boeing 737 aircraft as well as options for 100 additional Boeing 737 MAX 200. The…

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November 15, record day at Dubai Airshow

Today was considered one of the most exciting days in the recent commercial history of aviation. The penultimate day of Dubai Airshow 2017 has already ended, leaving a record figure with two huge orders for Airbus and Boeing. Indigo Partners signed an agreement with Airbus for the purchase of 430 aircraft of the A320neo family, doubling its current order of 427 aircraft of the same family. The aircraft will fly for the fleets of its four low-cost airlines, distributed as follows: Wizz Air of Hungary will receive 72 A320neo and…

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Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines sign agreement for four aircraft

The agreement was carried out at the Dubai Airshow and amounts to 1,300 million dollars. Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines signed an agreement in the Dubai Airshow for four cargo aircraft for a price that amounts to $ 1.3 billion dollars. The aircraft would be delivered to Ethiopian between 2018 and 2019. Two of them were a reaffirmation of a commitment that was announced in the month of June. In addition to freighters, the African airline is debating an option for a long-range 777x passenger plane that must enter service in…

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