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EDITOR’S REVIEW

Older Boeing Aircraft Types on Peak Demand Amid 737 MAX Crisis

Older Boeing Aircraft Types on Peak Demand Amid 737 MAX Crisis

Boeing 737 MAX crisis has already turned into a global problem resulting in lost revenues, disruptions in air travel as well as growing lack of trust in aviation safety in general. Some insights provided.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Ryanair Plans Hundreds of Pilot and Cabin Crew Job Cuts

Ryanair Plans Hundreds of Pilot and Cabin Crew Job Cuts

Ryanair, an Irish low-cost carrier, has warned about upcoming job cuts.

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Norwegian Cuts Some Transatlantic Routes Due to 737 MAX Grounding

Norwegian Cuts Some Transatlantic Routes

Norwegian cuts six transatlantic routes amid delays in deliveries of the Boeing 737 MAX.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

COMAC Readies to Enter Market with C919: Accelerates Flight Tests

COMAC Readies to Enter Market with C919: Accelerates Flight Tests

China is further progressing with the development of its own passenger aircraft – COMAC C919. The program is currently running tests on four prototypes which will be joined by two more this year.

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Pilots Awarded Title of Hero after Hard Landing Airbus A321 on Cornfield

Pilots Awarded Title of Hero after Hard Landing Airbus A321 on Cornfield

The flight crew of the Ural Airlines Airbus A321-200, who performed a hard landing on a cornfield, were awarded the title of Hero of Russia.

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GENERAL AVIATION

Why Do Many Pilot Seats Have Sheepskin Covers?

Why Do Many Pilot Seats Have Sheepskin Covers?

The reason of covering pilot seats with sheepskin is more practical than it might seem.

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How Your Heavy Coat Can Cut Airline’s Profit?

How Your Heavy Coat Can Cut Airline’s Profit?

It is a well known fact that aviation business is an expensive pleasure.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Will Qantas Launch New World’s Longest Flight?

Will Qantas Launch New World’s Longest Flight?

Qantas is actively working on the project and is determined to satisfy world’s curiosity by announcing its final decision by the end of 2019.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Air France-KLM Commits for 60 Brand New Airbus A220

Air France-KLM Commits for 60 Brand New Airbus A220

Air France plans to supplement the fleet with 60 brand new Airbus A220 aircraft. While adding new planes, the carrier will be phasing the biggest Airbus commercial planes, A380, out of the fleet.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

British Airways Welcomes Its First Airbus A350-1000

British Airways Welcomes Its First Airbus A350-1000

British Airways has finally welcomed its first out of 18 Airbus A350-1000 aircraft.

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Another Boeing 787 Dreamliner to Fly for Vietnam Airlines

Another Boeing 787 Dreamliner to Fly for Vietnam Airlines

The first 787-10 out of eight on order was delivered via Air Lease Corporation (ALC).

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Special Liveries of airBaltic Airbus A220 Aircraft. Why?

Special Liveries of airBaltic Airbus A220 Aircraft. Why?

From now on residents of the three Baltic states are likely to spot up in the air three airBaltic Airbus A220-300 in very special liveries: each of the aircraft is carrying the colours of Baltic flags.

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AVIATION TRAINING

Brand New Aviation Training Centre in Vietnam is Ready to Open

Brand New Aviation Training Centre in Vietnam is Ready

BAA Training Vietnam completed construction of a brand new centre in Ho Chi Minh city.

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CAE to Train Over 700 New Pilots for Southwest Airlines

CAE to Train Over 700 New Pilots for Southwest Airlines

CAE announced the launch of a cadet pilot training program With Southwest.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Will Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 Engine Problems See the End?

Will Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 Engine Problems See the End?

Rolls-Royce, one of the leading manufacturers of aircraft engines, said it is making steady progress with Trent 1000 engines to eliminate issues and make grounded aircraft airborne again.

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