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FlyBosnia to fly to Rome

FlyBosnia has announced it will add a new route from Sarajevo to Rome (Fiumicino) starting on November 4.

FlyBosnia will fly directly from Sarajevo to Rome on Mondays and Thursdays.

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Etihad Airways to introduce Boeing 787 Dreamliners to Rome and Frankfurt

Etihad Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner A6-BLO (msn 39660) AMS (Ton Jochems). Image: 945941.

From June 1, 2019, Etihad Airways will introduce a new two-class Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner, the largest variant of the technologically advanced aircraft, on its scheduled daily morning service from Abu Dhabi to Rome, complementing the second overnight 777-300ER departure. On July 1, the airline will introduce the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on its two daily services to Frankfurt.

  • Latest 787-10 on morning service to Rome
  • Frankfurt double daily service to go all-Dreamliner on the 787-9
  • Etihad Dreamliners feature industry-leading, award-winning cabins

The two-class 787-9 features Etihad Airways’ next-generation Business and Economy Class cabins, configured with 299 seats – 28 Business Studios and 271 Economy Smart Seats. The 336-seat 787-10 features 32 Business Studios and 304 Economy Smart Seats.

 

 

Boeing 787-10 / 777-300ER schedule to Rome, effective June 1, 2019

Flight

Origin

Departs

Destn

Arrives

Freq

Aircraft

EY 85

Abu Dhabi

02:15

Rome

06:20

Daily

Boeing 777-300ER

EY 86

Rome

11:00

Abu Dhabi

19:05

Daily

Boeing 777-300ER

EY 83

Abu Dhabi

08:50

Rome

13:00

Daily

Boeing 787-10

EY 84

Rome

22:00

Abu Dhabi

06:05+1

Daily

Boeing 787-10

Boeing 787-9 schedule to Frankfurt, effective July 1, 2019

Flight

Origin

Departs

Destn

Arrives

Freq

Aircraft

EY 1

Abu Dhabi

02:10

Frank
furt

06:45

Daily

Boeing 787-9

EY 2

Frank
furt

11:20

Abu Dhabi

19:45

Daily

Boeing 787-9

EY 7

Abu Dhabi

09:35

Frank
furt

14:20

Daily

Boeing 787-9

EY 8

Frank
furt

21:45

Abu Dhabi

06:00+1

Daily

Boeing 787-9

Notes: All departures and arrivals are listed in local time.

Top Copyright Photo: Etihad Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner A6-BLO (msn 39660) AMS (Ton Jochems). Image: 945941.

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Tus Air to add new service to Rome

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Tus Air (Tus Airways) is adding a new route to Rome (FCO) from Larnaca. The new route will operate two days a week with Fokker 100s starting on December 11, 2017.

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Tus Airways is an airline based in Cyprus. The airline received its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) in October 2015 and the Commercial Aviation License in December 2015.

Tus Airways is a scheduled airline and started operations in March 2016.

Tus Airways operates flights to the following destinations:

Cyprus
Larnaca – Larnaca International Airport Base

Israel
Tel Aviv – Ben Gurion Airport

Greece
Athens – Athens International Airport

Italy
Rome – Fiumicino Airport (starting on December 11, 2017)

All photos by Tus Air.

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Delta to add two new European routes from Detroit and Minneapolis/St. Paul

Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) will launch the summer seasonal Detroit – Munich route on May 26 with Boeing 767-400 ER aircraft according to a company press release.

In addition, the airline will also add the seasonal daily Minneapolis/St. Paul – Rome (Fiumicino) also on May 26 with Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft.

In all, Delta will offer five new routes across the Atlantic beginning next summer: Detroit to Munich; Minneapolis-St. Paul to Rome; New York-JFK to Edinburgh, Scotland; Salt Lake City to London-Heathrow; and Raleigh-Durham to Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Copyright Photo: Javier Rodriguez/AirlinersGallery.com. Delta Air Lines’ Boeing 767-432 ER N845MH (msn 29719) in the 2015 The Breast Cancer Research Foundation livery departs from London (Heathrow).

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Eurowings to add four new routes from Vienna

Eurowings (Dusseldorf) in February, through its parent (Lufthansa Group,) announced Vienna, Austria would be its first base outside of Germany:

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“Following close consultation with Austrian Airlines (Vienna) and at the carrier’s own request, two Airbus A320 aircraft are being stationed at VIE initially, offering point-to-point connections on European routes. The aircraft are to fly in the colors of the new Eurowings. The aircraft will be staffed with crews from Austrian. This partnership is possible as a result of Austrian’s new collective agreement, which was entered into in December 2014 and offers additional prospects to the 900 pilots and 2,300 flight attendants.

With the new Eurowings brand, the Lufthansa Group is entering new markets in the price-sensitive leisure travel sector, thereby safeguarding its leading position in its home markets of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium. By the end of 2015, Eurowings and Germanwings along with other European airlines are to be united on a joint platform and should acquire new customers by offering low-cost short and long-haul services.”

In October, Eurowings will be taking over 55 routes from Germanwings along with the appropriate amount of aircraft and crews to fly the newly assigned routes.

Eurowings has now announced a further expansion at VIE with four additional routes starting on  November 9 to Barcelona, London (Stansted), Palma de Mallorca and Rome (Fiumicino).

The new Eurowings will operate the Airbus A320s in Austria under a new Austrian AOC.

Copyright Photo: Andi Hiltl/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A320-214 D-AIZR (msn 5525) approaches the runway at Zurich.

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Alitalia threatens to shift its Rome Fiumicino hub elsewhere

Alitalia (3rd) (Rome) is upset about the airport’s continued focus of attracting low-cost operators at its Rome Fiumicino (FCO) hub and the current neglect for the infrastructure. The flag carrier is now threatening to move its hub elsewhere. The airline issued this statement about the current situation at FCO:

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The damage to Alitalia by the consequences of the fire which broke out on May 7 at Fiumicino Airport amounted to 80 million Euros to date.

The recent reopening of Terminal 3 has marked the end of the emergency phase but not the end of many problems and limitations that continue have heavy effects on airport operations. Alitalia will calculate the total amount of damages only when the airport will operate at pre-fire standards.

FCO Airport Terminal Map

Alitalia is the only airline to have its hub in Fiumicino. About 50% of the total number of flights in Fiumicino are Alitalia. Alitalia is by far the airline most affected from the consequences of the fire.

“We had a difficult period due to an event that affected us deeply. – declared Silvano Cassano, Chief Executive Officer of Alitalia -. In this period we have given up any controversy and we focused entirely on the service to customers, to reduce the inconvenience.”

Alitalia has completed an initial balance of the damages for the cancellation of thousands of flights and for a multitude of operational problems that have highlighted the fragility of the airport infrastructure as a whole. Alitalia will seek compensation for the damage it sustained, which so far totals 80 million euro.

“Our relaunch plan is complex, and in one of the most competitive sectors in Italy and in the world – continues Cassano – Fiumicino Airport in its current state is not an appropriate infrastructure to serve as the hub of an airline with our ambitions“.

“The problems of Fiumicino come from years and years of inadequate investment and planning and are now structural, we hope there will be less attention to finance and more attention to the market and to passengers needs”.

“If Fiumicino will continue to focus on low cost carriers and mediocre services, Alitalia will be forced to shift its growth elsewhere”.

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Top Copyright Photo: Marco Finelli/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 777-243 ER EI-DBL (msn 32781) arrives at the FCO hub wears special “Franciacorta” markings as a salute to Alitalia’s Expo 2015 partner.

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Thai is dropping Los Angeles and Rome

Thai Airways International (Bangkok) is ending two long-haul routes per Airline Route. The flag carrier will drop the Bangkok (BKK) – Seoul (ICN) – Los Angeles route on October 25. The route is currently operated four days a week with Boeing 777-300 ERs. This means Thai will no longer serve the United States.

Thai is also ending the Bangkok – Rome (FCO) route on the same day.

Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 777-3AL HS-TKP (msn 41525) approaches the runway at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

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