China Southern welcomes its third A380; Flybe/Loganair expand at Norwich Airport

China Southern duly celebrates the arrival of its third A380, as the aircraft enters service on the “golden route” connecting Beijing and Hong Kong on 2 March.

Flybe and its franchise partner Loganair celebrate with this colourful cake, as they expand their operations at Norwich Airport.

Flybe and its franchise partner Loganair celebrate with this colourful cake, as they expand their operations at Norwich Airport. New services to Exeter, Newquay and Isle of Man have been announced so far, but Flybe will also increase frequencies on the popular Norwich to Manchester route.


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  1. As cakes go, I’d prefer the Chinese one, although given the number of people in the pictures, it looks a bit small ! I wonder if the emissions trading scheme row will affect China Southern Airlines’ future superjumbo plans. It seems to be using them on heavily trafficked routes (to Europe and North America) but only have 5 on order in total. Can’t see it ordering any more until the row is resolved, given that China was already sitting on (refusing to approve) 45 Airbus plane orders with a combined value of $12 billion as of last week.

  2. Dwight says:

    SWA cannot give DL any comp out of ATL. frequency cannot compete and no first class or meal service. DL has already price matched all West Coast routes (LAS,PHX,LAX)

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