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In the News (Tue 25 Jun 19)

  
  TUNISAIR
Tunisair committed itself to the development of tourism, it kept supporting the tourist sector and got involved in charter activities (76.000 passengers in 1969 and 756.000 in 1975)
Tunisair placed its offices abroad at the disposal of the national touristic, hotel and travel authorities.
Tunisair inaugurated the first service to London (Flight time less than 2 hours) and the number of English visitors soared up to 30 times more.
www.tunisair.com.tn /publish/article.asp?ID=230   (136 words)

  
 Tunisair chooses Airbus to modernise and expand its fleet with A350s, A330s and A320s
North African airline Tunisair has signed a letter of acceptance of the Airbus proposal for the acquisition of three A350-800s, three A330-200s and ten A320s, as part of an important fleet development plan that will modernise and expand the fleet of this growing airline.
Tunisair currently already has 12 A320s, four A319s of which two with extended range capability and three A300-600s in operation.
In another pioneering move, with the order in 2006 for the A319 Extended-Range, Tunisair was the first airline to start operating this aircraft type in Africa, benefiting from Airbus’ continuous efforts for innovation and technological advancements.
www.airbus.com /en/presscentre/pressreleases/pressreleases_items/08_04_29_tunisair_a350_a330_a320.html   (750 words)

  
 Skycontrol.net: Tunisair chooses Airbus to modernise and expand its fleet with A350s, A330s and A320s
Tunisair chooses Airbus to modernise and expand its fleet with A350s, A330s and A320s
This acquisition will provide Tunisair with the most modern, efficient and comfortable aircraft that perfectly respond to our needs in terms of range, passenger capacity and operational costs”, he continued.
In another pioneering move, with the order in 2006 for the A319 Extended-Range, Tunisair was the first airline to start operating this aircraft type in Africa, benefiting from Airbus’ continuous efforts for innovation and technological advancements.
www.skycontrol.net /business-general-aviation/tunisair-chooses-airbus-to-modernise-and-expand-its-fleet-with-a350s-a330s-and-a320s   (759 words)

  
 Tunisair Passenger Reviews and Opinions about Tunisair standards
Tunisair is a totally different league - cheap, young company with a lot to learn.
Tunisair is staffed entirely by Tunisians and they have some Tunisian lady captains and co-pilots.
Tunisair also has a frequent flyer program (Fidelys), which works well and is constantly improving.
www.airlinequality.com /Forum/tunisair.htm   (2729 words)

  
  EADS N.V. - Tunisair Orders A319 Extended-Range For Its Medium Range Operation
North African airline Tunisair has made a firm order for an A319 Extended-Range for non-stop, scheduled, international services on its Middle East and African routes, and is hence to become the first operator for this configuration in Africa.
Tunisair was one of the first airlines to operate Airbus aircraft.
In another pioneering move, Tunisair is one of the first airlines to operate the A319 Extended-Range, profiting from Airbus continuous efforts for innovation and technological advancements.
www.eads.com /web/printout/en/1024/content/400003/3/62/41304623.html/41282184_41282184/content/OF00000040950509/7/86/41398867.html   (438 words)

  
 FLUG REVUE October 2005: Tunisair prepares for more competition
The ownership structure of the airline is as follows: 74 percent of the shares are held by the government and state of Tunisia, 6 percent by Air France, and the remaining 20 percent are in private hands.
Tunisair is a member of IATA and certified to the ISO 9002 and JAR 145 international quality standards.
The CEO of Tunisair sees the challenges of the future as follows: “Air transport is currently undergoing a difficult phase.
www.flug-revue.rotor.com /FRheft/FRHeft05/FRH0510/FR0510b.htm   (1403 words)

  
  Tunisair   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 2004 Tunisair used a fleet of 11 Airbus A320 and 3 Airbus A319 airplanes.
Tunisair provides important flight frequency for the most major cities of the Western Europe in 2004.
Furthermore, Tunisair is developing its network for Eastern Europe in 2004, as more and more people from the Eastern Europe are discovering Tunisia as a vacation destination.
www.2747.com /2747/world/airline/tunisair.htm   (125 words)

  
 Tunisair taking A350s, A330s and A320s to modernise fleet
Tunisair’s current fleet of 12 A320s and four A319s is fitted with CFM International CFM56 engines.
Tunisair also has Boeing 737-500s and -600s which are equipped with CFM56s as standard.
Tunisair chief Nabil Chettaoui says the acquisition is “part of a major fleet development” which will enable the airline to “take up market opportunities”.
www.flightglobal.com /articles/2008/04/29/223354/tunisair-taking-a350s-a330s-and-a320s-to-modernise-fleet.html   (358 words)

  
 Tunisair:
Tunisair (Arabic: الخطوط الجوية التونسية), formed in 1948 is the national flag carrier airline of Tunisia.
Tunisair is a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization.
On 6 August 2005 a Tuninter ATR-72 (Tuninter is a daughter of TunisAir for short distance flights) crash-landed in the sea 18 miles off the Sicilian coast while on a charter flight from the Italian town of Bari to Djerba in Tunisia.
www.winelib.com /wiki/Tunisair   (329 words)

  
 Luchtzak Aviation • Tunisair latest news
Tunisair to expand fleet with A350s, A330s And A320s
In another pioneering move, Tunisair is one of the first airlines to operate the A319 Extended-Range, profiting from Airbus continuous efforts for innovation and technological advancements.
Tunisair, expecting a strong increase in passenger traffic during the peak summer season, will lease two planes from June through August, officials and industry sources said.
www.luchtzak.be /news/tunisair   (1070 words)

  
 Tunisair Our Travel Section Sponsor | Tunisia.com
Tunisair company's network reach more than 28 countries and 101 destinations in over 48 flights and 90 charter flights.
April 1, 1949 Tunisair starded its aircraft operation that were originally chartered by Air France, on behalf of Tunisair.inthis regard it's important to point out that The first Tunisian, Mr.
During the same year Tunisair exceeds for the first time, the 100000 passengers in a single year and reported a net profit of 114 million francs.
www.tunisia.com /content/travel/tunisair-our-travel-section-sponsor   (571 words)

  
 EXPO21XX - TUNISAIR Airline
Tunisia’s affinity for flying took hold at the beginning of avionics at the turn of the 20th century.
Since the creation of TUNISAIR in 1948, Tunisia has kept pace with developments and standards in national and international air transport.
TUNISAIR’s ISO 9002 certification bears witness to this firm commitment.
www.expo21xx.com /popup/5052.htm   (124 words)

  
 ۞ Tunisair - Infos und Erklärungen auf Wissen.wisoToday.de   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tunisair ist Tunesiens nationale Fluggesellschaft und wurde 1948 gegründet.
Tunisair bedient mehr als 49 Ziele mit Linienflügen und 80 Ziele mit Charterflügen.
Viele deutsche Touristen fliegen jedes Jahr mit Tunisair in den Urlaub.
wissen.wisotoday.de /Tunisair   (125 words)

  
 - CAPA - Tunisair orders A319 extended-range for its medium range operation   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The A319 Extended-Range allows Tunisair to operate a long-range aircraft, with a high level of customer comfort and unbeatable operational costs compared to other aircraft in the same category.
Tunisair was one of the first airlines to operate Airbus aircraft.
In another pioneering move, Tunisair is one of the first airlines to operate the A319 Extended-Range, profiting from Airbus continuous efforts for innovation and technological advancements.
www.centreforaviation.com /aviation/Info_Services_News/Aviation_News/Tunisair_orders_A319_extended-range_for_its_medium_range_operation   (466 words)

  
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Tunisair a, en outre, ajouté à sa programmation, en collaboration avec les structures du Rassemblement Constitutionnel Démocratique (RCD) en Europe, 17 vols charters à des prix compétitifs.
Concernant les destinations non couvertes par les vols de la compagnie nationale, Tunisair a signé des contrats avec des compagnies aériennes arabes, en vertu desquels ces dernières se chargent du transport des voyageurs via des destinations méditerranéennes sur lesquelles Tunisair programme des vols réguliers à des prix concurrentiels.
Tunisair accorde, par ailleurs, des baisses de tarifs pour les enfants et les nourrissons et introduit davantage de souplesse au niveau des opérations de réservation et de confirmation sur les vols réguliers et supplémentaires.
www.lapresse.tn /page_imprimable.php?news=12791   (410 words)

  
 Tunisair Aims for Recovery
Tunisair capitalizes on that market, particularly in the summer months when it operates its aircraft as much as 16 hr.
Tunisair carried 3.5 million passengers in 2001, a record despite the impact of 9/11, but boardings fell to a five-year low of 3.19 million in 2002.
Tunisair cooperates with the airlines of other North African countries, notably Royal Air Maroc, but none of the executives with whom ATW talked were optimistic that the long-discussed joint North African airline Air Maghreb will come into being in the foreseeable future.
www.atwonline.com /magazine/article.html?articleID=1055   (860 words)

  
 Tunisair - TU - Tunis Carthage - Tunisia - Mr Khaled Laadhari, General Secretary - ATI, Air Transport Intelligence - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tunisair is to add a fresh link between Tunis and Nantes in the west of France this winter.
Tunisair has increased its second quarter revenues by 11% and is embarking on a new energy management plan aimed at cutting its costs.
Tunisian flag-carrier Tunisair has ordered an extended-range Airbus A319 and is to modify up to another three A319s in its fleet to the same higher-range configuration.
www.rati.com /ALLANDING_1179.htm   (306 words)

  
 Tunisair orders A319 extended-range for its medium range operation
North African airline Tunisair has made a firm order for an A319 Extended-Range for non-stop, scheduled, international services on its Middle East and African routes, and is hence to become the first operator for this configuration in Africa.
The A319 Extended-Range allows Tunisair to operate a long-range aircraft, with a high level of customer comfort and unbeatable operational costs compared to other aircraft in the same category.
Tunisair was one of the first airlines to operate Airbus aircraft.
www.airbus.com /en/presscentre/pressreleases/pressreleases_items/07_05_06_a319_tunisair.html   (417 words)

  
 Tunisair Returns To Profit
Tunisair said on Tuesday it posted a net profit for 2004 after four successive years of net losses, helped by a two year restructuring plan that cut its financial costs and workforce.
Tunisair posted a net loss of TND34.0 million (USD$27.6 million) in 2000, its first loss in five decades, and blamed a bloated staff and higher financial costs for its poor performance.
Tunisair's turnover rose 23.5 percent to TND799.6 million (USD$648.2 million) in 2004 from the previous year as its passenger traffic increased more than 22 percent mainly on record tourist arrivals last year.
news.airwise.com /story/view/1111523780.html   (237 words)

  
 Tunisair to buy A350s, A330s and A320s
North African airline Tunisair has signed an agreement for three A350-800s, three A330-200s and ten A320s, as part of an fleet development plan.
Tunisair is the third African airline to order the all-new A350 XWB.
The A320s will allow Tunisair to renew and expand its regional operations with more efficient and cost effective aircraft complementing its current fleet.
defence-data.com /current/page40102.htm   (405 words)

  
 Middle East Online
Tunisair to buy 19 Airbus planes, including 16 firm orders as French President visits Tunis.
French aviation equipment manufacturer Latecoere, a prime supplier to Airbus, announced in February that it was preparing the creation of a low-cost unit in North Africa.
Founded in 1948, Tunisair is one of the oldest of Africa's air carriers.
www.middle-east-online.com /english/business/?id=25596   (224 words)

  
 Tunisia Online News Updates
The upgrading plan for Tunisair includes not only modernization of the fleet, but also improved maintenance and advanced management methods.
Last Monday Tunisair took possession of the first of three A-319 airliners; in an order the company placed last March with the European manufacturer Airbus Industries.
Tunisair's strategy for modernizing and reinforcing its fleet includes the acquisition of 15 new generation aircraft (3 Airbus A-319, 5 Airbus A-320 and 7 Boeing 737-600) that will enable the company to satisfy anti-noise rules and offer a range of capacities (120, 140 and 172 seats) to meet the needs of various routes.
www.tunisiaonline.com /news/280898-1.html   (165 words)

  
 Tunisair ordina un Airbus A 319 Extended-Range/Tunisair Orders one Airbus A 319 Extended-Range
North African airline Tunisair has made a firm order for an A 319 Extended-Range for non-stop, scheduled, international services on its Middle East and African routes, and is hence to become the first operator for this configuration in Africa.
In addition, Tunisair will retrofit up to three of it’s a 319 already in operation to the Extended-Range version.
In another pioneering move, Tunisair is one of the first airlines to operate the A 319 Extended-Range.
www.fly-net.org /aeromedia/a319tuni.html   (555 words)

  
 africanflyer » Tunisair
Tunisair will begin service from its base in Tunis to Bahrain and Kuwait effective May 21.
Tunisair is set to increase frequencies on routes from Tunis to Nouakchott, Dakar, Marseille, Tripoli and Geneva with its upcoming summer schedule.
Additionally, Tunisair will increase frequency between Monastir and Amsterdam to 2x per week with the introduction of a nonstop flight on Saturdays using a B736.
www.africanflyer.com /category/tunisair   (370 words)

  
 Tunisair plane crashes off Sicily,at least 10 dead - General - RedOrbit
PALERMO, Sicily (Reuters) - At least 10 people were killed and 14 injured when their Tunisair charter flight crashed into the sea near Sicily on Saturday after reporting a technical fault, emergency services said.
The chief magistrate on the island off Italy's southern tip put the death toll at 14 and said five people were missing.
They were all Italians on their way from Bari in south-eastern Italy to the island of Djerba in Tunisia, a popular holiday resort, on flight TUI 1153, operated by Tunisair's charter arm Tuninter.
www.redorbit.com /news/display?id=199502&source=r_general   (371 words)

  
 TUNISAIR
If you wish to change or cancel your reservation later, you can do it provided the conditions related to your fare allow it, by contacting TUNISAIR or sending an e-mail to resaonline@tunisair.com.tn or the mailto:callcenter@tunisair.com.tn
For more precision, do not hesitate to contact TUNISAIR or to send an e-mail to resaonline@tunisair.com.tn or to callcenter@tunisair.com.tn
What is the deadline for withdrawing a ticket at a TUNISAIR agency or at the airport of commencement of trip?
www.tunisair.com /publish/article.asp?id=70   (785 words)

  
 AirEuropa
Tunisair was created in 1948, and in line with the objective of developing air transport standards is now ISO 9002 certified.
Tunisair’s route network covers more than 28 countries and 101 destinations; 48 of which are operated with scheduled flights and 90 with charter flights.
• The routes and destinations for which Air Europa and Tunisair have codes are MAD/TUN and BCN/TUN.
www.air-europa.com /en/informacion/alianza_tunisair.html   (144 words)

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