segunda-feira, 24 de outubro de 2016

DEERBoeing 787-8 Dreamliner | Deer Jet



Alain Charpentier - TLS

S7 Group confirms Embraer Regional Jet order

Russia's S7 Group has signed a firm order agreement with Embraer (São José dos Campos) involving seventeen aircraft co-owner Natalia Fileva has disclosed.

According to Interfax, although Fileva confirmed the long-speculated deal, she did not confirm its composition although it is believed to include EMB-170 and EMB-175 machinery.

As previously reported by ch-aviation, S7 Airlines (S7, Novosibirsk) has provisionally scheduled its EMB-170 debut for March 26, 2017 with a pair of aircraft to be based at each of Moscow Domodedovo and Novosibirsk. Destinations from the former include Voronezh Chertovitskoye and Nizhniy Novgorod while from the latter they will serve Almaty (Kazakhstan), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Chita, and Ulan-Ude.
In preparation for their operational debut, Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) earlier this month issued type certificates for both the EMB-170 and the EMB-175 paving the way for their use by Russian operators.
ch aviation

Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras has become the third operator of the A320neo in Brazil following the delivery of its first A320neo, PR-YRA (cn 7186), at Belo Horizonte Tancredo Neves on Thursday, October 20. Other operators include LATAM Airlines Brasil and Avianca Brasil

The Brazilian LCC has yet to confirm an exact date for the type's entry into service but previous reports have pointed to a November 25 debut. Initially, the A320neo will be used on daily return flights from Fortaleza to Campinas Viracopos with Recife to follow thereafter.

Alaska Airlines delays delivery of first B737 MAX

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the Alaska Air Group, Brandon Pedersen, says the carrier group's board has elected to delay delivery of the first B737 MAX 8 to Alaska Airlines (AS, Seattle Tacoma Int'l).

Speaking to journalists during a conference call last week, Pedersen said the first of the type would now only arrive in early 2018 instead of the originally anticipated autumn of 2017. No actual reason for the delay was specified.

Alaska Airlines has twenty B737 MAX 8 and seventeen MAX 9s on order from Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare).
ch aviation

sábado, 22 de outubro de 2016

ANADOLUJET - B737-800W - TC-JGF - Beşiktaş is being sponsored by AnadoluJet during the current Champions League

lgaz DEGER - Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen - Turkey

Kaiser Air - 737-700 - N737KA

hsckcwong - LAX

Based in Oakland, California, KaiserAir has a long history as one of the pioneers in business aviation. For over 65 years we have flown with a perfect safety record and now we have earned a Part 121 Air Carrier certificate which enables us to fly large airplanes with more passengers. KaiserAir is a unique company and the only full-service aviation company in the San Francisco Bay Area. We currently operate two FBOS (in Oakland and Santa Rosa), offering part 145 Maintenance services, Part 135 Charter, aircraft management and airplane sales.
Kaiser Air


Ilgaz DEGER - Istambul - Turkey


João Luis Pessoa - LPPT

Jetairfly rebrands as TUIfly Belgium

Jetairfly (TB, Brussels National) has rebranded itself as TUIfly (Belgium) (TB, Brussels National) with effect from Wednesday, October 19. The move is part of parent firm TUI AG's decision to create a singular brand name across four of its carriers.

The first stage of the project saw Arke Fly (OR, Amsterdam) rebranded as TUIfly (Netherlands) (OR, Amsterdam) followed by Jetairfly's transformation into TUIfly (Belgium). The second stage will see TUIfly Nordic (6B, Stockholm Arlanda) and Thomson Airways (BY, London Luton) being rebranded. Corsair International (SS, Paris Orly) has been excluded from the exercise.

Despite the change in name, all five airlines in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK will continue to operate under their own AOCs, however a unified brand name and image will allow for improved fleet interoperability, especially during the busy summer season.
“A strong one-brand policy will make it considerably easier to use the aircraft of the European fleet and the crews across the individual countries, as demand requires it. The resulting increase in the effectiveness of TUI airlines is to enable TUI to deliver operational efficiency improvements worth EUR50 million per annum by 2018,” TUI AG said.
For its part, TUIfly Belgium operates five B737-700s, fourteen B737-800s, one B767-300(ER), one B787-8, and three EMB-190s.
ch aviation
Photo:Ton Jochems - PMI

LATAM Airlinescommenced flights between Santiago (SCL) and Los Angeles (LAX) on 16 October.

The 8,980-kilometre sector will be served by the oneworld member thrice-weekly (Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays) on its 787-8s. Flights leave the Chilean capital at 23:05, arriving into the Californian hub at 06:20 the following day. The return flight then departs Los Angeles at 15:15, landing back into Santiago at 06:00 the next morning. The route will face no direct competition. Santiago is the second destination to be linked to Los Angeles by LATAM, with the carrier already serving the US city from Lima with a twice-daily service on a mix of its 767-300s and 787-8s.
Photo:Alain Charpentier - TLS

Wow Air increases Amsterdam / Paris flights in S17

Iceland’s low-cost carrier Wow Air in summer 2017 season is expanding service to Amsterdam and Paris CDG, with the commencement of 2nd daily flight, effective 26MAR17. Planned schedule as follow.

Reykjavik Keflavik – Amsterdam
WW442 KEF0605 – 1115AMS 320 D
WW446 KEF1510 – 2030AMS 320 D
WW443 AMS1235 – 1350KEF 320 D
WW447 AMS2130 – 2250KEF 320 D

Reykjavik Keflavik – Paris CDG
WW404 KEF0600 – 1120CDG 320 D
WW408 KEF1530 – 2100CDG 320 D
WW405 CDG1250 – 1410KEF 320 D
WW409 CDG2200 – 2335KEF 320 D
Jim Liu Data & Analysis Manager - Airlineroute, Routesonline 
Photo:Ton Jochems - AMS

Rwandair A330 Oct/Nov 2016 operations

Rwandair earlier this month introduced Airbus A330-200 aircraft operation, initially operating flights on Kigali – Dubai routes 4 times a week, previously reported. In addition to Dubai, the airline’s A330 is also now operating on following routes:
Kigali – Dubai 4 weekly
Kigali – Lagos 1 weekly (Day 2, until 30NOV16)
Kigali – Lagos – Accra 1 of 4 weekly (Day 4; until 30NOV16)
Kigali – Mombasa – Dubai 3 weekly
Additional changes remain highly possible.
Jim Liu - Data & Analysis Manager - Airlineroute, Routesonline
Photo:Alain Charpentier - TLS

Azerbaijan's Silk Way West opens Amsterdam base

Silk Way West Airlines (7L, Baku) has established a base at Amsterdam following an inauguration ceremony on Wednesday, October 12.

With the move, the Azeri carrier's presence at the Dutch international gateway is expected grow beyond its current 4x weekly service to Baku which uses a combination of B747-8(F) and B747-400(F) equipment.
ch aviation

Air New Zealand Sells Out of Virgin Australia

Air New Zealand (ANZ) has raised AU$65.7 million (US$50.4 million) from the sale of its remaining Virgin Australia shares.

In March, ANZ said it was considering selling its 25.9% shareholding because it no longer had significant influence over Virgin Australia. ANZ sold 810,613,877 shares in June for AU$0.33 per share, retaining just 2.5% of the company.

However, on Oct. 12, ANZ told the New Zealand stock exchange it has disposed of the remaining shares.

"Air New Zealand has sold its remaining shareholding in Virgin Australia in off-market transactions with investors, including Nanshan Group, for total consideration of AU$65.7 million," Air New Zealand said in a brief statement.

Nanshan Group is a privately run Chinese company that owns Qingdao Airlines.
By Victoria Moores, ATW Daily News 

Luxair ends ERJ-145 scheduled operations

Luxair (LG, Luxembourg) has ended scheduled ERJ-145 operations with the type's last commercial service - LG6998 Milan Malpensa-Luxembourg - on Wednesday, October 19.

The flight was operated by the carrier's one of two remaining aircraft of the type, LX-LGX (cn 145147). For its part, sistership LX-LGZ (cn 145258) has been parked since October 14.
As it stands, Luxair's fleet now consists of two B737-700s, four B737-800s, and ten Dash 8-400s.
ch aviation

quinta-feira, 20 de outubro de 2016

HAECO Xiamen Redelivers First Boeing 757 PCF to China Postal Airlines

HAECO Xiamen redelivered its first Boeing 757-200 passenger-to-freighter conversion aircraft to China Postal Airlines on October 16, 2016.

HAECO Xiamen redelivered its first Boeing 757-200 passenger-to-freighter conversion aircraft to China Postal Airlines on October 16.
The 757-200 aircraft, Registration B-2835, is the 12th 757-200 freighter conversion completed by HAECO Xiamen since the programme commenced in March 2010.

It is also HAECO Group's 129th passenger-to-freighter aircraft, HAECO Xiamen said in a statement.

"The Boeing 757-200 converted freighter is a new aircraft type for our growing express freight network in Asia," said Mr Yang JianGuo, General Manager of China Postal Airlines.

The airline will put all seven 757 PCF aircraft into operation in 2017.
China Aviation Daily

Unloved A380 Gets Lifeline with Plan for 700-Seat Hajj Carrier

By Christopher Jasper, Bloomberg News | Oct. 20, 2016


Malaysia Airlines Bhd. said it will use six surplus Airbus Group SE A380 superjumbos to form the core of a fleet of 700-seat jets dedicated to transporting Muslim travelers on the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.

Peter Bellew, the carrier's chief executive officer, met with Airbus' senior management in Toulouse, France, on Wednesday to hammer out details of the plan, he said in an interview, adding that the meetings were "very positive."

Establishing a religious-charter operation is attractive because it would offer guaranteed revenues and predictable fares, passenger numbers and plane requirements, according to the CEO, who also looked at selling the A380s to Chinese airlines. The week-long Hajj and year-round Umrah pilgrimage could employ 20 superjumbos within five years and Bellew said the business might also tap further aircraft coming off lease or unwanted by other carriers.

Airbus has been seeking to broaden the A380's appeal as orders from new operators dry up, and is keen to establish the jet's credentials as a mass-market workhorse rather than a just a fleet flagship. Bellew said the Hajj unit would be established as a standalone business potentially open to investment from manufacturers, while declining to say if Airbus planned to take a stake.

"This is a huge, huge global movement of people," Bellew said. "We've done a lot of homework and the figures are adding up." The operation could be given a name and formally launched before the end of the year, he said.

A350 Switch

While carriers including Saudi Arabian Airlines, which leases-in dozens of jets to cater to the 2 million people who journey to Islam's holiest city during the Hajj each year, and PT Garuda Indonesia, the biggest airline in the world's largest Muslim country, have said they could use the A380 for pilgrimage flights, their plans have yet to come to fruition.

Shukor Yusof, founder of aviation consultancy firm Endau Analytics in Malaysia, said it may be that the companies decided the A380 wasn't the right plane for the Hajj, adding that Bellew's decision not to sell his six planes suggests there is "no secondary market."

Malaysia Air, which has a full-flight simulator for the A380 and a hangar able to accommodate three of the planes at a time, no longer needs the double-decker as it switches to smaller Airbus A350 wide-bodies and focuses more on Asian markets.

Planes used for the Hajj would be modified from their current 494-seat layout with Malaysia Air to accommodate 700 people in a single class, giving them the densest configuration of any superjumbo. Indian Ocean carrier Air Austral last year scrapped its order for two planes it had planned to fit with 840 seats apiece and most operators stick to about 500, though Dubai-based Emirates, the biggest customer, has begun flights with a 615-berth version.

At least some of the Malaysian planes would be equipped to allow conversion when required to a lower 604-seat setup featuring business berths and better suited to the Umrah, which is not compulsory for Muslims and generally a more relaxed trip for participants, Bellew said, adding that the switch between seating patterns would take no more than a week.

Wet-Lease Terms

The aircraft would operate for other carriers or national governments on a so-called wet-lease basis, with pilots, cabin crew and associated services provided, the executive said. Potential markets range from Malaysia itself, where 60 percent of the population is Muslim, through Indonesia, China, Bangladesh, India, Arab north Africa and even the UK, he said.

The deployment of newer models on pilgrimage flights is likely to become mandatory as Saudi Arabia moves toward banning aircraft that are more than 20 years old for both Hajj and Umrah services, the executive said. Malaysia Air recently carried out heavy maintenance checks on its four-year-old A380s and found them to be in near-perfect condition, Bellew said, speculating that the model could have a lifespan of 50 years, like the Boeing 707."

Outside of the religious-charter market, the A380s could substitute for other large wide-bodies, such as other superjumbos and Boeing Co. 777s and 747s, when they are undergoing maintenance checks that can take three or four months, he said.

The business would most likely be established as a separate entity under Malaysian ownership and with a local air operator's certificate, the CEO said. Manufacturers have expressed an interest in participating in the new entity on an equity or risk-sharing basis, while other governments could even take an ownership, he said.

Yamal to go int'l from Tyumen this winter

Yamal Airlines (YC, Salekhard) has announced it will commence international flights out of Tyumen later this month.

The carrier said 2x weekly charter flights to Dubai Int'l would run from October 22, 2016 through to March 25, 2017 using a combination of A320-200 and SSJ 100-95LR equipment.

Tyumen's international operations are currently restricted to Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan with locals forced to use Ekaterinburg, located 280 kilometres away, if they wish to travel further abroad.

For its part, Yamal's Tyumen services are restricted to the Russian domestic market including: Adler/Sochi, Ekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Moscow Domodedovo, Nadym, Nojabrxsk, Novosibirsk, Novy Urengoy, Salekhard, Simferopol, and St. Petersburg.

Tibet Airlines W16 A330 operations

Tibet Airlines at the launch of winter 2016/17 season is adjusting A330 operations, effective from 30OCT16. From this date, the wide-body aircraft will begin serving Chengdu – Shanghai Hongqiao route, operating on 1 of 2 daily flights.

TV9881 CTU1050 – 1335SHA 319 D
TV9865 CTU1255 – 1535SHA 330 D
TV9882 SHA1445 – 1815CTU 319 D
TV9866 SHA1650 – 2030CTU 330 D

On Chengdu – Lhasa route, the A330 will continue to operate once a day. Overall service on this route in winter season is 5 daily.

TV9853 CTU0600 – 0835LXA 330 D
TV9854 LXA0940 – 1140CTU 330 D
Jim Liu - Data & Analysis Manager - Airlineroute, Routesonline

Thai updates A350 Nov 2016 operations

Thai Airways International (THAI) in today’s schedule update has revised planned Airbus A350-900XWB operation. Previously planned A350 Melbourne service from 30OCT16, is now further postponed until 01DEC16. From 01NOV16 to 30NOV16, the Star Alliance member plans to operate A350 aircraft on following route.

Bangkok – Chiang Mai 1 daily

TG104 BKK0845 – 0955CNX 359 D

TG105 CNX1040 – 1150BKK 359 D

Bangkok – Dubai 1 daily, replacing A330-300

TG517 BKK1620 – 2030DXB 359 D

TG518 DXB2130 – 0650+1BKK 359 D

Bangkok – Singapore 2 daily

TG403 BKK0800 – 1115SIN 359 D

TG409 BKK1635 – 1955SIN 359 D
TG404 SIN1225 – 1345BKK 359 D

TG410 SIN2100 – 2220BKK 359 D
Jim Liu - Data & Analysis Manager - Airlineroute, Routes online
Photo:Alain Charpentier - TLS

AerCap Delivers Airbus A320neo Aircraft on Lease to Spirit Airlines

Delivery signifies the first U.S. airline to receive the aircraft type

DUBLIN - AerCap Holdings N.V. (“AerCap”) (NYSE: AER) has announced the delivery of an Airbus A320neo on lease to Spirit Airlines, making the airline the first U.S. airline to receive the aircraft type. This is the first of 5 A320neo aircraft to deliver to Spirit Airlines by AerCap, with a further 4 A320neo aircraft on order, expected to deliver through 2016.

AerCap has one of the largest Airbus A320neo Family portfolios with a total of 2 owned and 217 on order aircraft, delivering through 2021.

AerCap Senior Vice President & Head of Americas Sean Sullivan said, “We are delighted to deliver our first A320neo aircraft on lease to longstanding customer, Spirit Airlines, and particularly pleased to be the first to deliver the aircraft type to a U.S. airline. The A320neo aircraft is one of the most in-demand single aisle aircraft in the world, incorporating the latest technologies and the most fuel efficient engines. We look forward to continuing our successful relationship with our friends and partners at Spirit Airlines as the airline continues to enhance its fleet.”

“This state-of-the-art technology will burn less fuel and lower our operational costs,” said Ted Christie, Spirit Airlines Chief Financial Officer. “We continue to lead the industry in both reducing our carbon footprint and providing ultra-low fares on air travel. Spirit is thrilled to be the first carrier to bring this innovation to the U.S.”

Aeromexico Introduces Its First Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

MEXICO CITY , Oct. 20, 2016 /CNW/ -- Aeromexico unveiled its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner called "Quetzalcoatl" at the carrier's hangar in the Mexico City International Airport, as the latest addition to the airline's fleet.

This airplane is the first of ten of these models the airline ordered in a package it announced in July 2012 , representing the largest investment in the history of Mexican aviation. Aeromexico took delivery of its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner three years ago, and currently has nine of these aircraft in its fleet, which it uses to serve different international destinations.

Passengers on this airplane will enjoy the comfort of a new configuration with 274 seats in two cabins. Clase Premier, Aeromexico's business class cabin, features 36 true 180-degree flat-bed seats in a 1-2-1 configuration for complete passenger comfort with full autonomy between aisles. The individual 18-inch touchscreens are two inches larger than those featured on the Boeing 787-8, and feature two live television channels, movies, TV series, and music albums, for more than 200 total hours of entertainment. Amenities in Clase Premier also include an innovative bar with the best food and beverage brands as part of its continuous refreshment service during the flight.

The Economy cabin has 238 ergonomic seats, with individual 11-inch touchscreens, two inches larger than those featured on the carrier's other models, offering a wide variety of movies, TV series, music, a seat-to-seat chat system, and real time flight information. Like other aircraft in the Aeromexico fleet, this model also features WiFi service giving customers the option to surf the web in-flight.

The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is lighter and environmentally-friendlier than other aircraft in its category, thanks to its carbon fiber structure that cuts the noise created on takeoff and landing by 57% and reduces fuel consumption by 23%, representing a 20% reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

"We are proud to take delivery of this new Boeing 787-9 called Quetzalcoatl with its unique and original design that will represent Mexico across the globe. The airline hired the best suppliers in the world to obtain this mix of technology and comfort to benefit the thousands of Aeromexico customers who would rather fly on this airplane than on the other options available in the market," said Aeromexico CEO Andres Conesa .

Aeromexico will start to serve the Amsterdam , London , Madrid, New York , Paris , Santiago , Shanghai , and Tokyo routes in coming weeks, with the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner with aircraft registration number XA-ADL that landed at the Mexico City International Airport from Seattle on October 12 .

quarta-feira, 19 de outubro de 2016

QANTAS - B747-400 - VH-OEJ

hsckcwong - LAX

CHINA AIRLINES - B777-300ER - B-18007

hsckcwong - LAX

YV3016 - CONVIASA Embraer Lineage 1000 (ERJ-190-100 ECJ)

FPP - Lisboa

Frontier Airlines takes delivery of its first A320neo

Airline is first in the U.S. to get A320neo with CFM engines

Frontier Airlines, headquarters in Denver, Colorado (U.S.), took delivery today of its first A320neo. Frontier is the first U.S. airline to receive an A320neo with CFM engines, and the aircraft is the first of 80 A320neo Family aircraft the low-cost carrier has ordered. All of Frontier’s A320neo Family aircraft will be powered by CFM International LEAP-1A engines.

“We’re excited to receive our first A320neo,” said Barry Biffle, President and CEO – Frontier Airlines. “The efficiency of the A320neo will help us lower costs even more and pass those savings along to our customers.”

“We are proud to deliver the first CFM-powered A320neo aircraft in the U.S. to our valued customer Frontier Airlines,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer – Customers. “Now delivered to operators on three continents, the A320neo Family is the aircraft of choice among the world’s airlines.”

Each of the Frontier’s A320neo Family aircraft will feature lightweight composite Sharklets, 2.4-meter/94-inch tall wing-tip devices and new CFM’s LEAP-1A engines providing operators with double-digit improvements in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions – with a 15 percent reduction upon entry into service.

In addition to the A320neo delivered today, Frontier currently operates a fleet of 64 Airbus aircraft, including 30 A319s, 24 A320s and 10 A321s. Their current backlog of Airbus aircraft is comprised of 18 A319neo, 2 A320ceo, 61 A320neo and 6 A321ceo.

Frontier took delivery of its first Airbus aircraft in 2001 and has since transformed into an all-Airbus, all-A320 Family fleet, allowing the airline to optimize efficiency and economy by streamlining crew training and maintenance operations. The A320 Family also offers the most comfortable single-aisle cabin in the sky at a full seven inches wider than competing aircraft allowing for 18”-wide seats in comfort economy as standard.

The A320neo Family incorporates the very latest technologies including new generation engines and Sharklets, which together deliver more than 15 percent fuel savings from day one and 20 percent by 2020. With more than 4,800 orders received from 87 customers since its launch in 2010, the A320neo Family has captured some 60 percent share of the market.

terça-feira, 18 de outubro de 2016

Pakistan International W16 International route additions

Pakistan International Airlines in winter 2016/17 season is adding a number of new routes/routings, including new route to Salalah, as well as service resumption to Barcelona. Planned schedule as follow.

eff 30OCT16 Lahore – Islamabad – Beijing – Tokyo Narita – Beijing – Lahore – Islamabad New routing with A310. Overall Beijing and Tokyo service remains unchanged at 3 weekly level

PK852 LHE2020 – 2100ISB2250 – 0720+1PEK0835+1 – 1250+1NRT 310 7

PK853 NRT1400 – 1705PEK1830 – 2200LHE2300 – 2350ISB 310 1

eff 04NOV16 Islamabad – Kuala Lumpur 1 weekly A310

PK892 ISB0100 – 1000KUL 310 5
PK893 KUL0340 – 0730ISB 310 6

eff 01DEC16 Lahore – Salalah 2 weekly A320

PK235 LHE1230 – 1530SLL 320 4

PK235 LHE2115 – 0015+1SLL 320 7

PK236 SLL0115 – 0545LHE 320 1
PK236 SLL1630 – 2100LHE 320 4

eff 09DEC16 Karachi – Lahore – Manchester – New York JFK – Islamabad – Karachi New routing with 777-300ER. Overall New York service increases to 3 weekly

PK723 KHI0845 – 1030LHE1230 – 1555MAN1755 – 2005JFK 777 5

PK724 JFK2255 – 2240+1ISB0040+2 – 0235+1KHI 777 5

eff 11DEC16 Islamabad – Paris CDG – Barcelona – Islamabad 1 weekly Boeing 777-200ER. This new routing replaces Islamabad – Paris CDG – Milan Malpensa – Islamabad (Except 09JAN17 – 11FEB17)
PK769 ISB0950 – 1415CDG1600 – 1740BCN 772 7

PK770 BCN1900 – 0640+1ISB 772 7

eff 13DEC16 Lahore – Paris CDG – Barcelona – Lahore 1 weekly Boeing 777-200ER. This new routing replaces Lahore – Milan Malpensa – Paris CDG – Lahore (Except 10JAN17 – 31JAN17)

PK733 LHE1205 – 1640CDG1805 – 1945BCN 772 2
PK734 BCN2115 – 0915+1LHE 772 2

Jim Liu - Data & Analysis Manager - Airlineroute, Routesonline

    Capital Airlines revises Madrid W16 operations

    Beijing Capital Airlines has revised planned service changes to Spain, scheduled from 31OCT16. Latest adjustment shows the airline will continue to operate Hangzhou – Madrid 1 weekly service, from 31OCT16 to 09DEC16.

    JD361 HGH1200 – 2040MAD 330 5
    JD362 MAD2240 – 1840+1HGH 330 5

    Planned Hangzhou – Chengdu – Madrid service, scheduled from 31OCT16, is postponed to 16DEC16. Planned addition of 2nd weekly flight and schedule remains unchanged.

    JD361 HGH0900 – 1210CTU1410 – 2040MAD 330 15
    JD362 MAD2320 – 1900+1CTU2100+1 – 2330+1HGH 330 15
    Jim Liu - Data & Analysis Manager - Airlineroute, Routesonline