Monthly Archives: June 2012


Air France reviews options for CityJet

Air France KLM has commissioned a review of options for its wholly owned subsidiary CityJet, which operates 22 Avro RJ85s. Air France recently unveiled a plan to bring all of its other regional subsidiaries – Britair, Regional, and Airlinair – together in a single company. It is now considering its options […]

CityJet RJ85 EI-RJH flies for Air France

SkyJet applies for new route

Philippine airline SkyJet has applied to operate a new route from Manila to Virac, the capital of Catanduanes Province, from 1 July. The first flight would be operated by the airline’s BAe 146-200, RP-C5525 (msn E2031). SkyJet was founded to operate flights to Batanes, but had to suspend those services […]


Alfa Air denies plans to fly for Kon Tiki Sky

Romania’s Alfa Air has denied any association with Macedonia’s Kon Tiki Sky. An announcement on Alfa Air’s website states unequivocally that it “will not perform any commercial flights as aircraft operator for Kontiki Sky tour operator.” Kon Tiki Sky had announced that Alfa Air would operate low-cost flights on its […]


Cello to add a second BAe 146

Birmingham-based Cello Aviation has announced its intention of adding a second BAe 146 to its fleet. Cello has been operating since July 2010 using series 200 G-RAJJ (msn E2108) in a luxury 47-seat configuration. Since then, the airline has built a strong following among high-end charter clients, including sports teams […]