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    US Government Questions FAA Certification of Boeing 737 MAX

US Government Questions FAA Certification of Boeing 737 MAX

LONDON – In the aftermath which has followed in the week since the Boeing 737 MAX was grounded worldwide, many serious questions have arisen on the aircraft’s safety. The US Government is now questioning the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounds in certifying Boeings, fast selling, re-engined variant of the Boeing

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    High Flyer Interview: Kresimir Kucko, President & CEO of Gulf Air

High Flyer Interview: Kresimir Kucko, President & CEO of Gulf Air

After a career spent at Croatia Airlines, where he started in 1992 as Sales Manager at the head office in Zagreb and climbed the ladder to the point of being appointed President and CEO in September 2012, Kresimir Kucko was called to lead Gulf Air in November 2017. His arrival

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    Boeing 777-9X Revealed To Employees (+Photos)

Boeing 777-9X Revealed To Employees (+Photos)

LONDON – Boeing has unveiled the 777-9X to its employees this week, giving them a chance to look at the new aircraft. It was supposed to be publicly unveiled today but was postponed due to the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, the Boeing 737MAX8 that has subsequently caused its

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    Breaking: FAA to Ground All Boeing 737 MAXs in the USA

Breaking: FAA to Ground All Boeing 737 MAXs in the USA

MIAMI — The Federal Aviation Administration of the United States has grounded all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in the United States as a response to the crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302. The move comes after the FAA faced growing pressure to ground the aircraft after airlines and regulatory authorities

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    LIVE: UK’s CAA & EASA Grounds 737MAX Flights, Boeing & FAA Responds

LIVE: UK’s CAA & EASA Grounds 737MAX Flights, Boeing & FAA Responds

Article Written by James Field, Daniel Sander & Jonathan Winton LONDON – The UK’s Civil Aviation Administration (CAA) has confirmed that overflights of Boeing 737MAX aircraft will now be banned from the UK in response to Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 that crashed last week. This comes in response to the

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    China Grounds 737 MAXs Countrywide; Cayman Airways and Ethiopian Suspend Indefinitely

China Grounds 737 MAXs Countrywide; Cayman Airways and Ethiopian Suspend Indefinitely

MIAMI — The government of China has asked all Chinese airlines to suspend all flights operated by the Boeing 737 MAX. The news was first reported by Caijing Magazine. The news comes less than 24 hours after Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed on departure from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport.

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    EU & Qatar Reaches Aviation Agreement

EU & Qatar Reaches Aviation Agreement

LONDON – The European Commission and the State of Qatar have initialled an aviation agreement. This is the first such agreement between the EU and a Gulf state, which will “upgrade the rules and standards for flights between Qatar and the EU, and will set a new global benchmark by

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    Credit Card “Arms Race” Among Leading Airlines

Credit Card “Arms Race” Among Leading Airlines

Airline-branded credit cards work hard to entice new customers with frequent flyer points, increased loyalty status, free hold luggage and even expediated security checks. However, the battle to offer the leading airline-branded credit card reached boiling point recently, when Southwest Airlines unveiled its new Rapid Rewards Plus Credit Card, incorporating

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    Boeing Goes Big in Hanoi: VietJet for 100 737MAXs & Bamboo For 787s

Boeing Goes Big in Hanoi: VietJet for 100 737MAXs & Bamboo For 787s

LONDON – Boeing has today sold up to $15 billion worth of aircraft to two different airlines in Vietnam. These deals were witnessed by U.S President Donald Trump and Vietnamese President Nguyen Phu Trong, which no doubt will be part of the American strategy of growing in Asia. Vicious Growth

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    Airways at 25: Behind The Scenes in Airbus’ Toulouse Plant (+Photos)

Airways at 25: Behind The Scenes in Airbus’ Toulouse Plant (+Photos)

Article Written by James Field, with Contributions from Roberto Leiro, Daniel Sander, Thomas Saunders & Enrique Perrella TOULOUSE – As part of the 25th-anniversary celebrations for Airways, Airbus invited us down for a special behind the scenes tour of its final assembly lines for the A350, A320 Family and A330

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