Niki aircraft IAG 

IAG will buy Niki for 36 million euros

International Airlines Group reported in Vienna that it will acquire the Austrian airline. Yesterday, January 2, it was announced that IAG (International Airlines Group) will buy the airline Niki, after the latter declared bankruptcy last December. The IAG group, which also owns airlines such as British Airways, Vueling and Iberia, was the only one that maintained its offer for the acquisition of Niki. In this way, IAG will disburse some 20 million euros for Niki’s assets, which include 15 Airbus A320 aircraft and numerous airport slots in the cities of Vienna, Düsseldorf, Munich,…

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Airbus received the largest order in its history from Indigo Partners

The historic agreement was confirmed yesterday and includes some 430 A320neo aircraft. Indigo Partners, the group that owns four low-cost airlines, signed a historic agreement with the manufacturer Airbus. The order had already been announced at the Dubai Air Show held in November and was finally confirmed yesterday. The order includes 274 A320neo aircraft and 156 A321neo aircraft valued at USD 49.5 billion at the list price. Indigo Partners will use the aircraft in its four low cost airlines: Frontier Airlines (United States), Wizz Air (Hungary), JetSMART (Chile) and Volaris…

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Qatar Airways will buy 50 Airbus A321neo

The agreement was signed today in Doha and includes 30 options. In the capital of Qatar, Doha, an agreement was signed today between Airbus and Qatar Airways for the purchase of 50 A321neo. The CEO of the Qatar Airways group, Akbar Al Baker, and Airbus operations director and President of Commercial Aircraft, Fabrice Brégier, signed the agreement, in the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron and Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani. The order is for 50 A321neo ACF aircraft and replaces the one signed in 2011. “To meet our need for…

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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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