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    Airbus Delivers 70 Aircraft in April, Secures Five Orders

Airbus Delivers 70 Aircraft in April, Secures Five Orders

LONDON – Airbus has unveiled its monthly report for deliveries and orders in April 2019. The manufacturer has been slow on the order book, securing only five units for the A350XWB and A330neo programmes combined. Three Airbus A350-900s were ordered for Lufthansa Technik on behalf of the German government, which

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    Sad Sight: First Two Airbus A380 In The Scrapyards

Sad Sight: First Two Airbus A380 In The Scrapyards

MIAMI — The first two ex-Singapore Airlines Airbus A380s are being scrapped in Tarbes, France. At a very young age of just 12 years, these two Super Jumbos have failed to find a second-hand operator and will, therefore, be discarded. Once the leasing agreements with Singapore Airlines were completed, the

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    Which Airline Stocks Look the Most Promising for 2019?

Which Airline Stocks Look the Most Promising for 2019?

Although the vast majority of airline companies saw their stocks end 2018 in the red, due largely to investors sharing concerns about rising oil prices harming profit margins, hope is abounding for a brighter 2019. Oil is now priced at less than $60 a barrel, down from its peak of

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    Boeing 737 MAX: FAA To Meet With Multi-Nation Certification Board

Boeing 737 MAX: FAA To Meet With Multi-Nation Certification Board

Article Written by Leila Chaibi, James Field & Jamie Clarke MIAMI — The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is set to meet with a panel of multi-nation aviation delegates to assess the re-certification of the Boeing 737 MAX flight control software. Scheduled to meet on April 29, the expected 90-day

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    Embraer E195-E2 Acquires ANAC, EASA & FAA Approval

Embraer E195-E2 Acquires ANAC, EASA & FAA Approval

Article Written by Ryan Taylor LONDON – At the head office of Embraer in São José dos Campos Brazil the canapes and champagne were rolled out today, Monday 15th April 2019. This was to celebrate the certification of the Embraer E-195 E2 from three aviation regulators across the globe. Embraer

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    Airbus A350XWB Receives Certification from Transport Ministry of Japan

Airbus A350XWB Receives Certification from Transport Ministry of Japan

LONDON – Airbus has announced today that their A350 XWB has received its type certification from the Transport Ministry of Japan today. The news comes as Japan Airlines prepares to receive the first of its 31 ordered aircraft which they placed in 2013 later this year, the carrier has an

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    Top Tips to Consider When Embarking on a Career as a Flight Attendant

Top Tips to Consider When Embarking on a Career as a Flight Attendant

There is no doubt about it—working as a flight attendant gives you a unique opportunity to see the world, but it’s damn hard work. You’ll get the chance to meet new people every day as a flight attendant, serving passengers and meeting locals in destinations around the globe. On the

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    The Il-496, or is it IL-96-400M? What does it mean?

The Il-496, or is it IL-96-400M? What does it mean?

A product of Western Insanity. 2016 made it very clear to everyone not in America, or NATO, that the entire existence of NATO was not defense, but to influence Russian policy by threat of force. In fact, Russia became a dirty word for merely existing. All for the sin of

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    Private Jet Firm VistaJet Announces Ferrari Partnership

Private Jet Firm VistaJet Announces Ferrari Partnership

The F1 Season is upon us. On Sunday 17 March, the championship begun at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. And the aviation industry played a huge role. Private jet firm VistaJet has entered a partnership with Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow for the 2019 F1 Championship. They will be the official

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    Boeing Announces Tech Fixes to 737MAX

Boeing Announces Tech Fixes to 737MAX

LONDON – Following the crashes of Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, which killed nearly 350 people in total, Boeing has announced tech fixes to the 737MAX. This was announced during a media event hosted by Boeing, in which the manufacturer refused any on the record questions.

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