Tag: Tunisia

Nouvelair launch new direct route to Tunisia

Tunisia’s second largest carrier, Nouvelair, is back at Stockholm Arlanda Airport and will launch non-stop service to Tunis-Carthage International Airport (TUN). The route will be served once a week, on Mondays, with an Airbus 320 starting June 19. Tunisia, the northernmost country in Africa...

4 new destinations and 2 new airlines at Sofia Airport

In May and June, new scheduled routes will be launched from Sofia Airport. Travelers now benefit from the Abu Dhabi, UAE destination of Wizz Air, which flies the route three times a week. Another new destination will be operated in Summer ‘2022. This is Zadar, Croatia on Ryanair, with two fl...

Berbere Portraits travel photo of Rui Pires on display in Malpensa Airport

Milano Malpensa airport continues with the inauguration of Berbere Portraits in the exhibition space PHOTOSQUARE at Terminal 1. A fine art photographic exhibition by Rui Pires, established Portuguese photographer included in the collection of the Italian / Afi Photographic Archive. Berbere Por...

Tunisia’s Jasmin Airways readies to launch operations

Tunisia’s Jasmin Airways readies to launch operations

Tunisian start-up airline Jasmin Airways - based at the Monastir Habib Bourguiba Airport - plans to commence operations on 10 June 2019 flying its first flight to Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The carrier will operate the route with one leased Embraer 170, seating 76 passengers but plans t...

Air Europa opens up two new routes to Casablanca and Tunisia

Air Europa opens up two new routes to Casablanca and Tunisia

Air Europa has announced it is to begin flights to Casablanca and Tunisia from June, and will also begin flying more frequently to Marrakech. The airline, part of the Globalia tourism group, will fly to the new destinations all year round, connecting through the airport hub of Madrid, and will ...

Gazpromneft-Aero retail sales of jet fuel increase 11% in 2018

Gazpromneft-Aero retail sales of jet fuel increase 11% in 2018

Russian aviation fuel supplier Gazpromneft-Aero has reported it achieved more than 2.7 million tonnes of retail, or ‘wing-tip’ sales in 2018 - 11 per cent higher than in 2017 - with growth especially driven by the Asia-Pacific market. The total volume of jet fuel sales increased by nine per ce...

UK DfT lifts passenger electronic device cabin ban

UK DfT lifts passenger electronic device cabin ban

The UK Department for Transport (DfT) yesterday (9 January) lifted a ban on carrying large electronic devices in the aircraft cabin of some flights to the UK. Large phones, laptops, tablets and accessories are now allowed in the cabin on flights to the UK from some destinations after restrictions...

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