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Mandatory Inspection On All Boeing 737 Engines Following Southwest Incident

    Mandatory Inspection On All Boeing 737 Engines Following Southwest Incident

MIAMI — Almost all Boeing 737s in operation globally, powered by CFM 56-7B, will need engine inspections as required by European and U.S. regulators following yesterday’s Southwest Flight 1380 incident. However,

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Ciao Meridiana, Welcome Air Italy: Unveiling The New Qatar Airways Investment In Italy (+Media)

    Ciao Meridiana, Welcome Air Italy: Unveiling The New Qatar Airways Investment In Italy (+Media)

MILAN — Italy’s second-largest carrier by passenger numbers, Meridiana, has unveiled at a press conference in Milan its all-new image and corporate identity, changing its name to Air Italy. “We

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Flashback: When Southwest Retired the Boeing 737-200

    Flashback: When Southwest Retired the Boeing 737-200

MIAMI – From the date of their first flight on June 18, 1971, the Boeing 737 has been the workhorse of the Southwest Airlines (WN) fleet. Beginning with a tiny

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Ryanair in Trouble: More Flight Cancellations, No More Arrogance

    Ryanair in Trouble: More Flight Cancellations, No More Arrogance

MIAMI — The world’s most prolific budget airline, Ryanair, has announced that it will cancel 18,000 flights, which will affect 400,000 passengers amid the ongoing crew holiday/leave woes. Ryanair has

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Fly on Norwegian’s UNICEF Humanitarian Boeing 787 Flight

    Fly on Norwegian’s UNICEF Humanitarian Boeing 787 Flight

MIAMI – Norwegian Air announced they’ve teamed up with MegaDo to offer a flight on board Norwegian’s inaugural Boeing 787 UNICEF

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Emirates Announces New Partnership With FlyDubai

    Emirates Announces New Partnership With FlyDubai

MIAMI – Emirates Airlines announced today a new “extensive partnership” with the low-cost airline FlyDubai. The agreement is expected to

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PAS 2017 Analysis: Boeing Sees Demand for 41,030 Planes Over 20 Years

    PAS 2017 Analysis: Boeing Sees Demand for 41,030 Planes Over 20 Years

PARIS – Earlier today at the Paris Air Show, Boeing’s VP of Marketing Randy Tinseth presented the aircraft manufacturer’s current

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PAS 2017 Analysis: GECAS and BOC Aviation Become First 737 MAX 10 Customers

    PAS 2017 Analysis: GECAS and BOC Aviation Become First 737 MAX 10 Customers

PARIS – Aircraft lessors GECAS and BOC Aviation became the first customers for Boeing’s upgraded 737 MAX 10 Monday at

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Southwest Received Its 737th Boeing 737

    Southwest Received Its 737th Boeing 737

MIAMI – Last Thursday, Southwest Airlines took delivery of its 737th brand new Boeing 737. For the occasion, Boeing hosted

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Alaska Airlines To Receive U.S. DOT Approval For New Mexico City Service

    Alaska Airlines To Receive U.S. DOT Approval For New Mexico City Service

MIAMI – The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) officially approved Alaska’s new Mexico City service, which includes twice daily flights to

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