American Airlines is adding two new American Eagle domestic routes from two hubs:
Charlotte – New Haven, CT – weekly CRJ200 service effective December 22, 2018, operated by PSA Airlines
Dallas/Fort Worth – Cheyenne, WY – daily CRJ200 service effective November 4, 2018, operated by SkyWest Airlines
Top Copyright Photo: American Eagle (2nd)-PSA Airlines (2nd) Bombardier CRJ200 (CL-600-2B19) N228PS (msn 7897) CLT (Jay Selman). Image: 403749.
American Eagle-SkyWest aircraft slide show:
SAS Group has issued its annual report:
SAS has simplified its aircraft fleet considerably over the last few years; today, it has three aircraft types under SAS’s own traffic license. The aircraft fleet consists of Boeing 737 NGs, the Airbus A320 family and Airbus A330/A340s. In addition, SAS wet-leases 33 aircraft through strategic business partners.
As of October 31, 2017, SAS had aircraft orders for 18 Airbus A320neos and eight Airbus A350-900s for delivery up through 2021.
Of the remaining aircraft order for 18 Airbus A320neos, SAS has financed eight aircraft through sale and leaseback. In addition, SAS has begun financing the remaining ten Airbus A320neos and the eight Airbus A350s.
In January 2017, SAS decided to establish a new air operator certificate (AOC) in Ireland (see photo above). SAS also decided to establish bases in London and Malaga, where a total of nine Airbus A320neos are planned for deployment. The first AOC was granted in December 2017, and the first flight took place that same month from the base in London. The first flight from the base in Malaga is planned for the summer of 2018.
Read the full report: CLICK HERE
Top Copyright Photo (all others by SAS): Scandinavian Airlines-SAS (Ireland) Airbus A320-251N WL EI-SIA (msn 7897) LHR (SPA). Image: 940744.
SAS aircraft slide show: