Showing posts with label City Jet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label City Jet. Show all posts

Saturday 29 December 2018

Thai Kom Airlines shows an interesting the Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100 as the Russian planemaker looks like it will lose its only European customer next year

Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100                       Photo CityJet
Thai Kom Airlines Company has signed a letter of intent (LOI)  with the Russian aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi Civil Aircraft for six Sukhoi Superjets SSJ100's. The LOI was signed at the presence of the Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov on December 27th.

The deal, once confirmed, would see the aircraft configured with 100 seats and delivered to the carrier during 2019-20. The super efficient and comfortable aircraft would be used on the carriers local and regional routes. 

It is expected Thai Kom will confirm the order during the first two months of 2019 and would be good news for the Russian planemaker, who may be in the process of losing its sole European customer. 

Saturday 1 September 2018

Aer Lingus takes over CityJet's Dublin - London City route, sort of

The Irish airline, Aer Lingus, part of IAG announced this week that it was joining forces with another Irish airline, CityJet to expand its operations to London and build on CityJet's long-established presence at London City Airport. 

The expansion will see Aer Lingus operations between Dublin and London increase to up to 50 daily flights from October 2018.

From 28th October 2018, Aer Lingus will operate six daily round trips from Dublin to London City Airport on weekdays, with a reduced service at the weekend. These flights will continue to be operated on an Avro RJ85 of CityJet but it will be under the Aer Lingus brand. These flights will be in addition to the current extensive services between Dublin and London Heathrow and London Gatwick airports the Irish carrier already flies.

The new schedule is tailored to provide competitive travel options across the day for both business and leisure travellers. The fares start at €44.99 one way from Dublin and £49.99 one way from London City Airport, plus a steep booking fee of £16 per person if booking directly with Aer Lingus.
  

Wednesday 21 March 2018

Chorus Aviation Announces Leasing Transaction with CityJet

Chorus Aviation Inc. announced today the acquisition of two Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft for lease to CityJet of Dublin, Ireland. The aircraft were purchased from CityJet pursuant to a sale and leaseback transaction. These aircraft are two years old and constitute incremental additions to Chorus Aviation Capital's growing regional aircraft fleet.


Monday 4 December 2017

SWISS top poll of short-haul operators

The readers of the UK's Telegraph Newspaper have been sending in their opinions of airlines and the airlines topping the polls may surprise you.

Considering the Telegraph.co.uk is a London based British Newspaper you might well have thought British Airways, once the claimed to be The Worlds Favourite Airline, would be in the top ten, if not taking the number one spot. However, that is not the case and the full listings of the airlines making the top ten may very well surprise you.

Looking at European or short-haul services, taking the top slot was SWISS, followed rapidly by Icelandair and tiny little Channel Island's operator Aurigny Air scoped third in the awards, compiled by the Telegraph from the opinions of 90,000 readers! 


Here is the short haul top ten.

1   Swiss
2   Icelandair
3   Aurigny Air
4   Jet2 
5   KLM 
6   Austrian Airlines 
7   Lufthansa 
8   Air Malta
9   Aer Lingus
10 CityJet 

Nick Trend, the Telegraph's travel consumer expert said: "No-frills airlines may continue to expand, but they have yet to win over readers’ hearts. Instead, Swiss - the national carrier for Switzerland -  tops the table."

"Of course, this result is a tribute to that old cliche of 'Swiss efficiency' but there is no doubt that service on board is slick and passenger-focused and it is this which has helped Swiss maintain its distance from the no-frills carriers."







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