Despite Airbus demand, Safran will not increase LEAP output | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 31 May 2018

Despite Airbus demand, Safran will not increase LEAP output

Safran’s CEO Philippe Petitcolin reasserted that the production objectives for the LEAP engine (co-created with General Electric) would remain the same, despite Airbus asking for an increased output.

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Boeing to present the EA-18G Growler in Finland

Boeing and the U.S. Navy will showcase the EA-18G Growler airborne electronic attack aircraft in Finland. The jets will be on static and flying display during the Finnish Air Force 100th anniversary air show, on June 16-17, 2018, at Tikkakoski Airport (JYV) in Finland.

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Australia’s airports need stricter economic regulation, IATA says

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) on May 31, 2018, has called for economic regulation of airports in Australia to be strengthened amid concerns about the effectiveness of the country’s price monitoring regulatory regime for airport charges. Other topics on their mind? Air traffic management, airport security and the new Western Sydney Airport.

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Pilot Career Show announces Istanbul and Flight School dates

Having one of the busiest airports in Europe within its borders and being a transit point for the best performing airlines, Istanbul is unavoidably a pilot meeting place. Pilot Career Show in Istanbul will provide a platform for various interactions, including exchange of professional insights, networking and exploring current industry trends first-hand.

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