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HiSky defers indefinitely launch of new Chisinau-Dublin route

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                                                           Moldavian Start-Up carrier HiSky founded by private investors has deferred indefinitely the launch of its new twice weekly from Chisinau to Dublin route. This is a competitive market with two carriers currently operating on the route Air Moldva and FlyOne. The service was originally due to start 11 April and was further deferred to 31 October. HiSky's website currently shows no booking available through to the 31 March 2021. The YR-SKY Airbus A320-232 MSN 4493 HiSky Moldova Registered in Ostrava on 8th September prior delivery, the aircraft was formerly registered as OE-IEV.  2-SSFG Airbus A319-131 MSN 2326 Air Lease Corporation was ferried Shannon to Ljubljana  on 15th September for for HiySky Moldova , the aircraft was formerly registered as ZS-SFG. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 26 October 2020 All Rights Reserved.

United Airlines Defers launch of new San Francisco - Dublin to Summer 2021

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                                                          United Airlines has deferred the launch of its new SFO to Dublin to 27 March 2021 the start of official IATA Summer 2021 season. The route was formally announced on 18th December 2019. The service will initially operate four times weekly increasing to a daily service operated by Boeing 787-8 aircraft.  The route is critical to Ireland's post pandemic recovery linking two of the world's leading centres of technology and innovation Dublin and Silicon Valley. Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said "San Francisco is the global tech centre of the world and many of the companies based there have offices in Ireland. This new route will further grow tourism and trade between Ireland and the US and provide greater choice and flexibility for both business and leisure passengers. We will work closely with United’s management team to ensure this new service is a success in both directions." Patrick Quayle,