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Bastian: Government Shutdown Will Delay Delta’s A220 Launch

    Bastian: Government Shutdown Will Delay Delta’s A220 Launch

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines CEO, Ed Bastian, said today that the launch of the Airbus A220 will likely be delayed because of the current Government Shutdown. The airline’s Chief

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China Southern Plans Dual Hub Operation: Guangzhou, Beijing-Daxing

    China Southern Plans Dual Hub Operation: Guangzhou, Beijing-Daxing

LONDON – China Southern has announced plans for a dual-hub strategy after a strong 2018. The plan would see the carrier’s Guangzhou hub dual up with a new one in Beijing-Daxing Airport

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Airbus Reports: A220 Challenges, Progress From Montreal (+Photos)

    Airbus Reports: A220 Challenges, Progress From Montreal (+Photos)

MONTREAL – Six months after assuming control of the program formerly known as the Bombardier CSeries, Airbus presented a state of the A220 update. The most significant newsworthy item of

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Airbus A220 Gains ETOPS 180 Approval

    Airbus A220 Gains ETOPS 180 Approval

MIAMI — The Airbus A220 has received the 180-minute ETOPS certification from Transport Canada. Airbus claims that both FAA and EASA certifications are still pending with no timeline given. The former

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Flight Review: Bernie Tests La Premiere. Air France, You Ready?

    Flight Review: Bernie Tests La Premiere. Air France, You Ready?

But this time, I flew it. So you know it’s going to be a Comedy of Muses. I started my morning, early, in Seattle excited to head to Los Angeles.

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Airbus Delivers 800 Planes, Secures 747 Orders in 2018

    Airbus Delivers 800 Planes, Secures 747 Orders in 2018

LONDON – Airbus unveiled its delivery and order numbers for the 2018 year-end. The manufacturer achieved 800 commercial aircraft deliveries to 93 different customers and sold 747 planes. This 800

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JT610: Black Box Voice Recorder Recovered

    JT610: Black Box Voice Recorder Recovered

LONDON – The black box cockpit voice recorder (CVR) from Lion Air Flight JT610 has been recovered by search parties. Airways understands that the CVR was found “broken into two

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Virgin Atlantic To Take Over Flybe

    Virgin Atlantic To Take Over Flybe

LONDON — Virgin Atlantic, together with the Stobart Group and Cyrus Capital, have announced a bid to save struggling regional airline Flybe, which put itself up for sale at the

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Boeing/Embraer: Brazilian Government Approves Joint Venture

    Boeing/Embraer: Brazilian Government Approves Joint Venture

LONDON – The Brazilian Government has given its blessing to Embraer and Boeing over the proposed strategic partnership to consolidate commercial and military manufacturing. The approval comes after the proposal

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Etihad Cancels A320neo Order, Lays Off Pilots

    Etihad Cancels A320neo Order, Lays Off Pilots

MIAMI — Abu Dhabi-based carrier, Etihad Airways (EY), has announced plans to lay off 50 pilots and the cancelation of its Airbus A320neo order in a major restructuring move. Restructuring:

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Op-Ed – One Decade Ago: The Miracle on the Hudson

    Op-Ed – One Decade Ago: The Miracle on the Hudson

LONDON – Today marks the 10 year anniversary of one the of the greatest—and saddest—moments in aviation history. It was the day when two pilots did something that many, to

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Government Shutdown: Airlines, Airports Affected

    Government Shutdown: Airlines, Airports Affected

MIAMI — The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA), together with the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) have both issued a public letter to the US Government asking to end the

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Corsair Becomes Miami’s 102nd Carrier: New Nonstop Flights From Paris

    Corsair Becomes Miami’s 102nd Carrier: New Nonstop Flights From Paris

MIAMI — Starting June 10, the french leisure carrier, Corsair, will launch four weekly flights between Paris-Orly (ORY) and Miami International Airport (MIA). “Corsair is delighted to open flights to Miami, a

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Joon No More: Absorbed Into Air France

    Joon No More: Absorbed Into Air France

MIAMI — The Joon adventure has come to a rapid end. According to an internal memo from the UNAC syndicate, the low-cost spinoff that was conceived as a millennial-targeted airline

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Phoenix Sky Harbor Debuts Modernized Terminal 3 (+Photos)

    Phoenix Sky Harbor Debuts Modernized Terminal 3 (+Photos)

PHOENIX – On January 7, 2019, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport [PHX] officially opened the second phase of a three-part reconstruction program of its Terminal 3, now known as the

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Flying The Dash Ten’s Inaugural: United 787-10, Polaris Business Class (+Photos)

    Flying The Dash Ten’s Inaugural: United 787-10, Polaris Business Class (+Photos)

LOS ANGELES/NEWARK – As my morning started at 0400 local times in Los Angeles, I woke up excited knowing I was about to participate in the first official Boeing 787-10

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Boeing Delivered 806, Sold 893 Planes In 2018

    Boeing Delivered 806, Sold 893 Planes In 2018

LONDON – Boeing has published its full order and delivery numbers for the year of 2018, delivering 806 jets and securing 893 net orders, valued at $143.7 billion. The manufacturer’s

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Delta Increases A220 Order To 90 Aircraft, Entry Into Service In Jeopardy

    Delta Increases A220 Order To 90 Aircraft, Entry Into Service In Jeopardy

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines has extended its order book from 75 to 90 Airbus A220 aircraft today. The order now consists of 40 A220-100s and 50 A220-300s. To date,

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    United Airlines Returns to Paine Field With New Services

United Airlines Returns to Paine Field With New Services

MIAMI — United Airlines (UAL) announced today a new service from Paine Field Airport (PAE) in Everett with six daily flights to their hubs in Denver (DEN) and San Francisco

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    Azul Announces New Routes to the USA with A320neo and A330

Azul Announces New Routes to the USA with A320neo and A330

MIAMI — Azul, the Brazilian low-cost, award-winning airline, announced today a heavy expansion to the United States with two new flights from Belo Horizonte (CNF) to Orlando (MCO), and from Belem (BEL)

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