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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

FAA Identifies Another Potential Risk in Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft

FAA Identifies Another Potential Risk in Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft

While evaluating Boeing’s software modification to the MCAS, the Federal Aviation Administration has detected “a potential risk” in the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft that the company must mitigate.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Lufthansa to Restructure Eurowings after Profits Warning

Lufthansa to Restructure Eurowings

Lufthansa is looking to restructure its low-cost subsidiary in a bid to reduce running costs.

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Air Canada Gets Approval to Acquire

Air Canada Gets Approval to Acquire Transat

Air Canada and Transat A.T. have concluded a definitive Arrangement Agreement.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

American Airlines: MD-80 Retirement Date Officially Set

American Airlines: MD-80 Retirement Date Officially Set

American Airlines, a major US airline, has announced phasing out its McDonnell Douglas MD-80 aircraft, also known as the Super 80. The last 26 MD-80 is scheduled to fly on 4 September, 2019.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Bombardier to Sell Its CRJ Program for $550 Million

Bombardier to Sell Its CRJ Program for $550 Million

Canadian aerospace company Bombardier and Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) have finally broken the silence on the CRJ program. 

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Angara Airlines Antonov AN-24 Collides with Building

Angara Airlines Antonov AN-24 Collides with Building

An Angara Airlines Antonov AN-24 was on approach when the left hand engine failed.

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Flydubai Boeing 737 Experiences Bird Strike

Flydubai Boeing 737 Experiences Bird Strike

A Flydubai Boeing 737-800 was on approach when an engine (CFM56) ingested a bird.

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

Turkmenistan Airlines Strives to Regain European Approval Status

Turkmenistan Airlines Strives to Regain European Approval Status

Turkmenistan Airlines (TUA) and its adviser Lufthansa Consulting are intensifying their efforts to bring the Turkmenistan flag carrier’s operations into line with European safety standards.

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GENERAL AVIATION

No More Need to Own a Private Jet

No More Need to Own a Private Jet

Owning a private jet has long been a symbol of wealth and success, but the market seems to be showing a rather drastic shift.

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