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16APR2013: TUIfly to launch Cape Verde, Canary Islands, Agadir flights from Nuremberg
TUIfly (Germany) (X3, Hanover (HAJ)) is planning to station a B737-800 aircraft in Nuremberg (NUE) during winter 2013/2014 with flights planned to Fuerteventura El Matorral (FUE), Las Palmas Gran Canaria International (LPA) and Tenerife Sur (TFS). New flights to Sal Amilcar Cabral International (SID) and Boa Vista Rabil International (BVC) in the Cape Verde Islands, off West Africa's coast, are also planned along with a once weekly Agadir Al Massira (AGA) flight. Air Berlin (AB, Berlin Tegel (TXL)) currently uses Nuremberg as a hub for leisure services though plans to abandon it by the end of summer 2013.
15APR2013: Initial B737-700 routes announced by RwandAir, replacing B737-500s
RwandAir (WB, Kigali Kanombe (KGL)) has taken delivery of its first of two ex-TUIfly (Germany) (X3, Hanover (HAJ)) B737-700s (9XR-WJ / MSN 30717) on lease from aircraft lessor ILFC. The aircraft are scheduled to replace RwandAir's two B737-500s by the end of May with initial services scheduled from Kigali via Brazzaville Maya Maya (BZV) and Libreville Leon M'Ba (LBV) to Douala (DLA) as well as to Johannesburg Oliver Reginald Tambo International (JNB) and Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International (NBO). Once the transition from -500s to -700s is completed, RwandAir will operate two CRJ-900s, two B737-700s, two B737-800s and a Dash 8-100 wet-leased from Kenyan operator ALS - Aircraft Leasing Services (K4, Nairobi Wilson (WIL)).
18MAR2013: TUI to launch long-haul charters from Hamburg with Arke Fly
Arke Fly (OR, Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS)) will operate five weekly long-haul services from Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel (HAM) on behalf of tour operator TUI from November for the upcoming winter season. It will use one of its B767-300(ER)s to offer two weekly services on behalf of its German sister carrier TUIfly (Germany) (X3, Hanover (HAJ)) from Hamburg to Cancún International (CUN) and Punta Cana International (PUJ) as well as bi-weekly services to Bridgetown Grantley Adams International (BGI) and La Romana Casa de Campo International (LRM). The only two German carriers active in the long-haul leisure market segment, Air Berlin (AB, Berlin Tegel (TXL)) and Condor (DE, Frankfurt International (FRA)), do not offer long-haul flights from Hamburg.
17JAN2013: TUI Travel considering orders for 60 narrowbodies
Thomson Airways (BY, London Luton (LTN)) parent TUI Travel, that also controls leisure carriers Arke Fly (OR, Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS)), Corsair International (SS, Paris Orly (ORY)), Jetairfly (TB, Brussels National Zaventem (BRU)), TUIfly (Germany) (X3, Hanover (HAJ)) and TUIfly Nordic (6B, Stockholm Arlanda (ARN)), has started evaluating proposals from both Airbus Industrie (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac (TLS)) and Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare International (ORD)) for the B737 MAX and A320neo aircraft with a view of potentially ordering up to 60 narrowbody aircraft from one of the suppliers according to a report by Reuters. The aircraft would then be delivered to several of its subsidiaries similar to previous TUI Travel orders for B737-800s and B787-8s.
26NOV2012: Air Berlin planning topbonus FFP sale, further fleet cuts
Air Berlin (AB, Berlin Tegel (TXL)) CEO Hartmut Mehdorn has said that the carrier would have decided to spin off its topbonus frequent flier plan into a separate commercial entity and to sell the majority of the shares in the new company. If succcessful this plan will provide Air Berlin with additional funds for its turnaround plan. Air Berlin also plans to cut its fleet down further from 156 to 135 aircraft operated by itself, subsidiaries Belair Airlines (4T, Zurich Kloten (ZRH)) and Niki (HG, Vienna International (VIE)) as well as on its behalf by wet-lease providers LGW - Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter (HE, Dortmund Wickede (DTM)), Germania (ST, Berlin Tegel (TXL)), Pegasus Airlines (PC, Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen International (SAW)) and TUIfly (Germany) (X3, Hanover (HAJ)).