Start-Ups News

Start-Ups German start-up Yourways to commence operations

A new German airline plans to connect mainland Germany and North Sea islands.

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Start-Ups Group Dubreuil rebrands French Blue

The French start-up carrier French Blue has announced the renaming into “French”.

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Start-Ups Start-Up airline Canada Jetlines announces base in Halifax

Canada Jetlines has announced Halifax Stanfield Internationals Airport as operational base. The ultra-low-cost carrier targets to commence flights in Summer 2018.

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Start-Ups Flybondi receives first Boeing 737

Argentinia’s start-up airline Flybondi has received its first aircraft. The Boeing 737-800, registered LV-HKS, was introduced during an event in Córdoba, Argentina.

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Start-Ups Greece carrier Air Mediterranean commences operations

The Greece start-up carrier Air Mediterranean has commenced operations in November. The new airline connects its hub Athens Airport with several destinations.

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Start-Ups Powdair cancels commence of operations

The Irish virtual carrier Powdair has announced it will not commence operations this winter as carrier did not manage to find a new investor.

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Start-Ups FlyValan receives first ATR 72-500

The Romanian start-up FlyValan has received its first ATR 72-500. The start of commercial operations from its home base at Genoa, Italy, is planned for December 11, 2017.

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Start-Ups Powdair facing financial problems

Start-up airline Powdair has announced it is facing financial problems as the most important investor gave up for personal reasons. The carrier states that the management could be forced to postpone the start of operations if no new investor is found in the next days. If the virtual airline does not find an investor for at least 1 million pounds until the end of this week it will not commence operations. 

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Start-Ups Young Malaysian start-up FlyGlobal plans to expand its fleet

The young Malaysian airline FlyGlobal, a Charter wet lease/ACMI operator, has announced plans to expand its existing fleet by up to ten Boeing 777-200ER by 2021. FlyGlobal’s CEO Shami Law stated the aircraft should be leased to different interested companies.

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