Armenia’s CAC suspends Atlantis Armenian Airlines’ licence

Armenia’s Civil Aviation Committee (CAC) suspended Atlantis Armenian Airlines’ (a light aircraft specialist) licence on the 11th of August for 7 months. The Head of the CAC’s Airworthiness Department, Karen Gyurjyan, told local media outlet Hetq that the reason for the airline’s suspension had nothing to do with safety issues, but with financial issues. Atlantis […]

Montenegro Airlines has lost over €15 million in revenue

Montenegro Airlines has lost a total of over €15 million in revenue, while it is yet to estimate full losses generated by the coronavirus. The airline has said that since the pandemic is still going on, it is impossible to asses the complete losses that have come from the coronavirus. Montenegro Airlines resumed flights on […]

Alaska Airlines announces 8 new routes from LAX

Alaska Airlines has announced that it will be adding 8 new routes to its current 27 out of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Earlier this year, the airline began to fly to Spokane (Washington State), Missoula (Montana), Boise (Idaho) and Redmond (Oregon). Of course, these routes were suspended due to the coronavirus. These are Alaska […]

Jet2 has sold its logistics business

Dart Group, the parent company of Jet2 (a UK low-cost airline mainly based at Leeds Bradford Airport), has sold its sister logistics group to investor Culina Group (the UK’s leading food and drink logistics provider). The airline has suspended all operations since mid-March due to the coronavirus crisis. The divestment of Fowler Welch (another UK […]

Aurigny flights suspended

Aurigny, the flag carrier of the Bailwick of Guernsey, has suspended all flights until the end of summer. It will continue to offer lifeline services to Southampton (a city in the south-west of England) and Alderney. Anyone arriving in Guernsey will have to self-isolate during a period of 14 days. A spokesman for the airline […]