Anne Paylor

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Fastjet A319
Fastjet adds fourth international destination
African low-cost airline Fastjet will launch flights to its fourth international destination in the middle of September, inaugurating the first direct air link between Tanzania and Uganda.
UK Airports Commission rejects ‘Boris Island’ Thames Estuary airport 
The UK government-appointed Airports Commission has ruled out an inner Thames Estuary airport as an option for providing new airport capacity by 2030.
Cebu Pacific Air A320
Cebu Pacific gets green light for five new international routes
Philippine low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air has been granted entitlements to operate five additional international routes by the country’s Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB).
Fastjet A319
Fastjet introduces premium, luggage upgrade fare packages
African low-cost airline Fastjet has introduced two new services—“SmartClass” and “Freighty” packages—to tailor services with market demand, following a growing trend among Europe’s low-cost operators.
Aegean Airlines A321
Aegean 1H results boosted by Olympic Air synergies
Greece-based Aegean Airlines reported an after tax profit of €15.9 million ($21 million) for the half year ended June 30, down marginally from the €16.5 million reported for the same period the previous year.
ATW/Arthur D. Little 2014 World Airport Report
Asia, the world’s largest air passenger market, pulls further ahead of North America and Western Europe
Ryanair 737-800
Ryanair among bidders for Cyprus Airways
Low-cost carrier Ryanair confirmed Friday it had submitted a non-binding offer for ailing Cypriot national carrier, Cyprus Airways.
MAG confirms 10-year contract with NATS at Manchester and Stansted
UK air navigation services provider NATS has signed an agreement with Manchester Airports Group (MAG) confirming a 10-year contract to provide air traffic control and engineering services at both Manchester and London Stansted airports.
Dubai International 1H traffic grows 6.2% despite runway revamp
Dubai International Airport has recorded its 18th consecutive month of handling more than five million passengers despite the refurbishment of two runways, which resulted in a 26% reduction in flights during May and June this year.
Mongolia to reduce radar separation standards in September
Mongolia will reduce radar separation standards between aircraft from 90 to 30 km in September.
European July traffic highest for five years
Air traffic in European airspace in July grew 2% compared to the same month last year, making it the highest July traffic level for five years, according to Eurocontrol’s Network Manager (NM).
EASA urges caution for flights in Syrian airspace
Following FAA’s decision to prohibit US airlines from flying in Syrian airspace earlier this week, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued its own Safety Information Bulletin.
Estonian Air Canadair Bombardier CRJ900
Estonian Air continues to narrow losses in 1H
Baltic flag carrier Estonian Air reported a first-half net loss of €5 million ($6.65 million), narrowed from a net loss of €6.1 million reported for the same period last year.
Air Asia X Airbus A330-300
AirAsia X net losses deepen in 2Q on capacity and network expansion 
Malaysia-based AirAsia X reported a second-quarter net loss of MYR128.9 million ($40.9 million), widened from the MYR32.3 million net loss reported for the year-ago period.
Heathrow, Gatwick airports support wider infrastructure oversight 
London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports have expressed support for the proposed creation of a permanent infrastructure authority to address the UK’s long-term strategic infrastructure requirements, including airport capacity.

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