Alan Dron

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Jazeera Airways A320
Jazeera Airways to build dedicated airport terminal
Kuwait’s Jazeera Airways will build its own dedicated terminal at the Persian Gulf nation’s international airport, to improve the passenger experience.
Air France Boeing 737-300
Air France-KLM deepens losses in 1Q
Air France-KLM has recorded another heavy deficit for the first quarter, with a restated net loss of €504 million ($547 million), compared to a figure of €485 million a year ago.
British Airways and Iberia aircraft at London Heathrow Airport
IAG continues to narrow losses in 1Q; operating profit back in black
International Airlines Group (IAG)—parent company of British Airways, Iberia and Vueling—has reported a first-quarter net loss of €26 million ($29.1 million), narrowed from a €184 million loss for the year-ago period.
Aer Lingus A330-200
Aer Lingus 1Q results stable as long-haul prospects strengthen
Aer Lingus has reported a first-quarter operating loss of €48.4 million ($54 million), almost identical to its €48.5 million loss for the same period last year.
Air Arabia Jordan A320
Air Arabia Jordan launches services
Low-cost carrier (LCC) Air Arabia Jordan will commence operations from its Amman Queen Alia International Airport base on May 19.
Norwegian Boeing 737-800
Norwegian eyes UK, Spanish AOCs
Low-cost carrier Norwegian is seeking a UK air operator’s certificate (AOC) as it continues to expand its route network. It is also reportedly seeking a Spanish AOC.
AirBaltic bolsters share capital 
Latvian national carrier airBaltic is set to receive an increase in its share capital following a decision at its annual general meeting.
Rotana Jet Embraer ERJ-145
UAE’s Rotana Jet outlines expansion plans
Rotana Jet plans to “aggressively” expand its route network, following the launch of services between its Abu Dhabi base and Beirut on Thursday.
The A330neo’s Sharklets
Airbus turns to Korean manufacturer to supply A330neo Sharklet
Airbus has selected Korean Air Aerospace Division (KAL-ASD), the manufacturing division of the Korean Air Group, to supply the new Sharklet wingtip for the A330neo.
The Little Turboprop That Could
While the success and large order backlog of the ATR 72 turboprop is well established, ATR insists that the smaller, 50-seat ATR 42 remains a viable product.
Back in the Game
As rebrand projects go, the transformation of what is now Air Serbia could well make the case studies folder at Harvard Business School.
Emirates A380
Emirates places $9.2 billion engine order with Rolls-Royce 
Emirates Airline announced a $9.2 billion order for Rolls-Royce Friday, choosing the UK powerplant manufacturer to equip the 50 Airbus A380s it ordered at the 2013 Dubai Airshow.
Royal Jordanian board confirms new CEO 
Royal Jordanian has confirmed Haitham Misto as its president and CEO.
Norwegian 787
Norwegian pilot strikes cost $43 million 
Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle has estimated that March’s 11-day pilot strike cost NOK350 million ($43 million) in additional expenses and lost future revenue, the airline said Friday.
Irish investigators studying Ryanair collision at Dublin Airport  1
Officials from Ireland’s Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) are studying the circumstances that led to two taxiing Ryanair aircraft colliding at Dublin International Airport on April 1.

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