Viva Air, a proposed low-fare startup based in Macao, expects to announce a fleet decision within the next 10 days. The carrier is looking for up to 12 widebodies to support an international long-haul route network with service commencing in the June/July timeframe. "We are looking to Berlin, Lisbon or Milan with around three to four weekly flights," CEO Andrew Pyne told ATWOnline at the third Low Cost Airline Symposium in Singapore. The carrier has traffic rights out of Macau on 15 routes. ...

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