Latest Aviation News Air transport DANISH LOW-COST AIRLINE PRIMERA FOLDS WINGS

Danish low-cost airline Primera folds wings

AFP
02/10/2018 | 370 words
Danish low-cost airline Primera Air halted operations on Tuesday, citing financial troubles that forced it to file for bankruptcy, and leaving angry passengers stranded.The move by Primera, which started in 2003 in Iceland and famously flew across the Atlantic for under $100, sent travel companies scrambling for alternative flights for customers.Calling it a "sad day" for both the airline's employees and passengers, Primera said it had worked relentlessly to secure long-term financing."Not being able to reach an agreement with our bank for a bridge financing, we had no other (...)
 
 
 
18/02 UK airline flybmi collapses under fuel costs, Brexit pressures
14/02 Sabca still surfing on the Sale of the century
14/02 Airbus pulls plug on costly A380 superjumbo as sales plummet
14/02 Lufthansa Technik, Etihad and EAD Aerospace want to standardise STCs with the IAMA alliance
14/02 PEMCO launches its programme to convert Boeing 737-700s into freighters
14/02 Magnetic MRO wants to develop cabin modification activities in China
21 FEB 2019
MIAT Mongolian Airlines has extended its power-by-hour (PBH) contract with the AJW group to include its BOEING 737 (...)
20 FEB 2019
MTU AERO ENGINES posted record figures for financial year 2018 with revenues increasing by 17 % to EUR (...)
19 FEB 2019
Dutch low-cost carrier TRANSAVIA has decided to fit five of its Boeing 737-800s with Split Scimitar Winglets this (...)
18 FEB 2019
DUBAI AEROSPACE ENTERPRISE (DAE) has announced that JORAMCO, its MRO facility based in Amman, has obtained EASA Part-145 (...)
18 FEB 2019
JET AVIATION has added a second Boeing 737 (BBJ1) to its fleet of managed aircraft in Europe, the (...)
ALERTAVIA, the News platform for Aerospace and Defense industry Professionals.

Featured Content
AFI KLM E&M steps up a gear on CFM's LEAP
Sabena technics finally gets back on-board C-130Hs
Airbus and Thai Airways to launch a new joint venture MRO facility at U-Tapao
How Thai Airways will Expand Rolls-Royce's Trent Engine Service Network
China embarks on board aircraft recycling
LATEST NEWS   CIVIL AEROSPACE   MRO & SUPPORT   AIR TRANSPORT   DEFENCE   SPACE
Follow us
© 2019 Le Journal de l'Aviation - All rights reserved

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. You can find out more by following this link.  OK  Find out more