segunda-feira, 31 de outubro de 2016

Flyways Linhas Aéreas resumes operations



Flyways Linhas Aéreas (FYW, Rio de Janeiro Int'l) has resumed commercial operations following a three-month long suspension of operations.

According to Brazil's national airport authority (Infraero), the carrier's inaugural service - Belo Horizonte Pampulha-Uberaba - took off on Monday, October 10. The route, which uses the carrier's sole aircraft, ATR72-500 PR-TKN (cn 580), was followed by flights to Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont a week later.

Other destinations that are due to come online include: Brasilia; Montes Claros; Uberlândia; and Ipatinga.
Flyways recently underwent a change in ownership after running into financial difficulties earlier this year. It is expected to source a CRJ-200 from Amaszonas (Z8, La Paz El Alto) at some point in the coming months.
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