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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Aeroflot Cleared to Buy Nearly 100 Boeing and Airbus Planes

Aeroflot Cleared to Buy Nearly 100 Boeing and Airbus Planes

Aeroflot’s request for nearly 100 Boeing and Airbus airliners – to be delivered in the 2019 to 2023 period – has been formally approved by the Russian government.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

airBaltic Welcomes Its 17th Airbus A220-300

airBaltic Welcomes Its 17th Airbus A220-300

airBaltic announced that it received the 17th Airbus A220-300.

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Fiji Airways Goes for Airbus A350 XWB

Fiji Airways Goes for Airbus A350 XWB

Fiji Airways has chosen Airbus A350-900 to fulfill its expansion plans.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

SAS Pilot Strike Called off: What is the Cost?

SAS Pilot Strike Called off: What is the Cost?

The seven-day SAS pilots’ strike has been finally brought to an end. On Thursday night, 2 May, the parties managed to reach a mutually beneficial agreement. 

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GENERAL AVIATION

Avia Solutions Group’s Net Profit Reached €14.05 million in 2018

Avia Solutions Group’s Net Profit Reached €14.05 million in 2018

Avia Solutions Group, the largest aviation services and solutions company group from Central & Eastern Europe, earned €420 million in consolidated revenue in 2018.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

First Japan Airlines A350 XWB Already Wears Airline’s Livery

First Japan Airlines A350 XWB Already Wears Airline’s Livery

Airbus announced that the first Japan Airways (JAL) A350-900 has been already painted featuring a special A350 XWB red logo on the fuselage.

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Spicejet Boeing 737 Overruns Runway on Landing

Spicejet Boeing 737 Overruns Runway on Landing

A Spicejet Boeing 737-800 came to a stop with all gear on soft ground.

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Turbulence Injures 3 Cabin Crew

Turbulence Injures 3 Cabin Crew on Alitalia Flight

An Alitalia Boeing 777-200 encountered turbulence.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Scoot Stops Flying to Four Cities: Weak Demand and Aircraft Shortage

Scoot Stops Flying to Four Cities: Weak Demand and Aircraft Shortage

Scoot, the low-cost arm of the Singapore Airlines Group, announced suspending flights to four cities amid weak demand and lack of aircraft resources.

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