New York (AirGuide - Airline News Asia / Pacific) Jul 18, 2010
China Southern Airlines A passenger jet that was forced to make an emergency landing amid a bomb scare after it took off from Urumqi Wednesday night has landed safely in Guangzhou, sources with the Guangzhou-based airline company said Thursday. China Southern Airlines' CZ3912 arrived at Guangzhou airport at 11:42 a.m., two and a half hours after its departure from Lanzhou, capital of the northwestern Gansu Province, a company spokesman said. He said all 93 passengers, including a baby and 10 foreigners, were safe upon landing. The flight, en route from Urumqi in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region to Guangzhou, made an emergency landing at Zhongshan Airport in Lanzhou at 9:53 p.m. Wednesday after police authorities in Guangzhou received an anonymous phone call warning of a bomb aboard. Jul 15, 2010
Cobham Aviation Services Cobham Aviation Services leased one BAe 146-300QT freighter and one Avro RJ100 from BAE Systems. It plans to operate the 146-300QT, which recently was converted by Aerostar in Bacau, on fly-in-fly-out services in Western and Southern Australia as well as on scheduled overnight airfreight services on the eastern seaboard. Delivery of the RJ100 is slated for July with entry into service later this year. Cobham said it has moved delivery of another BAE-leased RJ100 up to this year from its originally scheduled delivery date of next year in response to demand. Jul 12, 2010
Delta Air Lines Delta Air Lines announced start dates for new daily, year-round flights between Tokyo's Haneda Airport and Detroit and Los Angeles. The new flights, which begin Jan. 29, will be available for sale to customers beginning Saturday, July 17. The new service becomes available for sale following a recent U.S. Department of Transportation decision giving Delta's global alliance -- SkyTeam -- its first opportunity to compete across the Pacific from Haneda. All Delta flights between the United States and Haneda will operate using 403-seat Boeing 747-400 aircraft. For more information, visit www.delta.com. Jul 14, 2010
Lufthansa, Airbus Lufthansa will add a second A380 to its fleet this week, which will operate the daily Frankfurt-Tokyo Narita route beginning Aug. 4. Two more A380s will join the carrier this year and another four will be added in 2011. Jul 14, 2010
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