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The Airbus A330neo Completes its First Flight

    The Airbus A330neo Completes its First Flight

TOULOUSE — The first prototype of the A330-900 has taken off this morning before the eyes of Airbus’ employees, invitees, and media. The aircraft, (F-WTTE · MSN 1795) departed Toulouse–Blagnac

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Venezuela’s Aeropostal Ceases Operations

    Venezuela’s Aeropostal Ceases Operations

MIAMI – Aeropostal Alas de Venezuela (VH) ceased operations last Sunday, putting 88 years of history to an end. The carrier, established in 1929 by the Compagnie Génerale Aeropostale, was

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Best of Airways — Venezuela’s Turbulent Skies

    Best of Airways — Venezuela’s Turbulent Skies

By Roberto Leiro • Airways Magazine, June 2014 Since the last day of October 2013, none of the international airlines registered in the Commission of Foreign Exchange Administration in Venezuela

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The Hour of Truth has Arrived for Mitsubishi’s MRJ

    The Hour of Truth has Arrived for Mitsubishi’s MRJ

PARIS — Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation has brought its MRJ jet to Le Bourget in its first international debut, in a move seen to restore confidence in the program, marred by

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Embraer’s Bullish Momentum Continues

    Embraer’s Bullish Momentum Continues

PARIS — Since its launch at the 2013 Paris Air Show, Embraer has made steady progress on its EJet-E2 program,

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Boeing Postpones Norwegian’s First 737 MAX Delivery

    Boeing Postpones Norwegian’s First 737 MAX Delivery

MIAMI — Boeing has postponed the delivery to Norwegian Air Shuttle of its first 737 MAX 8, originally set on June

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United Airlines to Launch Los Angeles – Singapore Flights

    United Airlines to Launch Los Angeles – Singapore Flights

MIAMI — United Airlines will introduce daily non-stop flights between Los Angeles and Singapore, effective on October 27, 2017. The flight

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Boeing to Ground 737 MAX Fleet for Engine Inspections

    Boeing to Ground 737 MAX Fleet for Engine Inspections

MIAMI — Boeing has announced today that has opted to halt the flights of its 737 MAX fleet, citing issues

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First Boeing 737 MAX to Enter Service with Malindo Air on May 19th

    First Boeing 737 MAX to Enter Service with Malindo Air on May 19th

MIAMI — As previously reported last March, Lion Air’s subsidiary Malindo Air will take delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX 8

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Alitalia’s Future Uncertain As Workers Reject Restructuring Plan

    Alitalia’s Future Uncertain As Workers Reject Restructuring Plan

MIAMI — The workers of Alitalia have rejected a management restructuring plan signed 10 days ago by management and labor unions

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