Denmark-based charter airline Jet Time has discontinued its cargo and ACMI business units for SAS Scandinavian Airlines in an effort to save the carrier.
Flying Enterprise A/S was the first charter company in Denmark. The company was founded by former SAS (Scandinavian Airlines System) employees; Hans Linde, Finn Nielsen and Jessen in July 1959 due to that SAS rejected charter operations (afraid of looseing the companys right to the monopoly) and therefore this was a daring challenge.
Today, May 16, 2018, SAS is launching new high speed WiFi on its short and medium haul routes between Scandinavia and Europe. The new WiFi system from SAS is the best product on the market.
Dave Shirk (Sabre): The biggest challenge for the airline industry is how to deal with their customers; Bill Lally (Mode:Green): The tech we’ll benefit from – but won’t see – in tomorrow’s hotels Global construction pipeline projects have been ascending for 4.5 years and have reached record highs. RJ operates 448 extra and charter
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Jun 30, 2017 · Norwegian is world’s second airline to get Boeing’s new 737 Max. The airline will become the first to put the jet into regular service in the United States this summer.
Enter Air (E4, Warsaw Chopin) has signed an estimated USD51 million deal with Itaka Holdings for the provision of charter capacity during the Summer 2018 and Winter 2018/2019 seasons.. The current contract between Enter Air and the Polish tour operator, valid for summer 2017 and winter 2017/2018, is worth USD49 million, the carrier said in a disclosure.
Effective April 30th, 2018, the partnership between Air France and Alaska Airlines has come to an end. Our other global partners serve all of the top destinations members have earned miles to in the past with Air France, but we recognize that this change leaves a …
And that is the one reason I see to object to this. Sharing passenger data on passengers flying to/from the US makes sense. They’re just going to have to provide that info to customs when the passenger arrives anyway, getting the info ahead of time is a smart security move and is not an invasion of privacy.
“We are very pleased to be offering IFE on board our flights now, just ahead of the peak summer and family holidays,” said Andrew Madar, CEO at Cobalt Air. “From the outset, we were clear that we didn’t want to have any disruption to our extremely busy fleet that a fitted system would incur.