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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Airbus and Boeing: Hard Road Through 3 Months of 2019

Airbus and Boeing: Hard Road Through 3 Months of 2019

The first quarter of 2019 appeared to be challenging. For both Airbus and Boeing, although for different reasons. 

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Turkish  Airlines’ “The Great Move” Largely Concluded

Turkish Airlines’ “The Great Move” Largely Concluded

Turkish Airlines nearly concluded its gradual move to Istanbul Airport.

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British Airways Heritage Liveries All Come Together

British Airways Heritage Liveries All Come Together

BA brought together its aircraft in heritage liveries to record in a unique photograph.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Boeing to Cut MAX Production Rate

Boeing to Cut MAX Production Rate

Boeing announced that it is reducing 737 MAX production rate to 42 planes per month to make grounded aircraft fly again.

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AVIATION TRAINING

BAA Training and  Avion Express Start MPL Training

BAA Training and Avion Express Start MPL Training

BAA Training announces the launch of MPL training program with Avion Express.

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OSM Aviation Goes for 60 All-Electric Aircraft

OSM Aviation Goes for 60 All-Electric Aircraft

OSM Aviation announced it has placed an order for 60 all-electric planes.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Oops. Flight Attendant Accidentally Spills Drinks on Airline’s CEO

Oops. Flight Attendant Accidentally Spills Drinks on Airline’s CEO

Everyone encounters some problems at work. Sometimes minor ones, sometimes serious issues come from around the corner. Flight attendant’s job is not an exception. 

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

First Airbus  A321LR to TAP Air Portugal

First Airbus A321LR to TAP Air Portugal

TAP Air Portugal has taken delivery of its first of twelve A321LRs on order.

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Uganda Airlines Orders Two Airbus A330neo

Uganda Airlines Orders Two Airbus A330neo

Uganda Airlines has firmed up its order for two A330-800 airliners.

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