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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

EASA to Lift Boeing 737 MAX in Europe after Its Own Tests

EASA to Lift Boeing 737 MAX in Europe after Its Own Tests

The EASA said it will run its own independent tests to check the Boeing 737 MAX software updates and evaluate its safety before giving European operators permission to fly.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Wizz Air Heads Towards Major Goals Through Lowest Fares in Europe

Wizz Air Heads Towards Major Goals Through Lowest Fares in Europe

Most European passengers associate Wizz Air with low fares and popular destinations. And for a reason. Wizz Air revealed targeting an ambitious growth plan, dubbed W300. 

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

French XL Airways Stops Ticket Sales Amid Financial Problems

French XL Airways Stops Ticket Sales Amid Financial Problems

Yet another European airline on the verge of collapsed.

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Cathay Pacific Cuts Multiple Flights Amid Weak Results and Demand

Cathay Pacific Cuts Multiple Flights Amid Weak Demand

Cathay is cutting a number of flights due to extremely difficult month of August.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Suspension of Boeing 777X Load Tests: Unexpected Issue

Suspension of Boeing 777X Load Tests: Unexpected Issue

Boeing was forced to temporarily suspend load tests on its brand new Boeing 777X aircraft due to unexpected cargo door failure.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Emirates Starts Tidying up Its Fleet: From Boeing 777-300 to A380

Emirates Starts Tidying up Its Fleet: From Boeing 777-300 to A380

Emirates is the biggest operator of Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 aircraft. And there has come a time for little changes.

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

India to Follow EASA by Making Own Boeing 737 MAX Checks

India to Follow EASA by Making Own 737 MAX Checks

DGCA will make its own validation of the Boeing 737 MAX to fly in India.

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FAA Proposes Checks of Pratt & Whitney Engines

FAA Proposes Checks of Pratt & Whitney Engines

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released airworthiness directive (AD).

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

WOW Air to Make a Comeback Already in October?

WOW Air to Make a Comeback Already in October?

WOW air is about to rise from the ashes and start benefiting passengers with ultra-low-cost flights again.

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AVIATION TRAINING

New Aviation Training Centre in Vietnam is Ready to Train Pilots

New Aviation Training Centre in Vietnam is Ready to Train Pilots

BAA Training Vietnam, brand new aviation training centre, announces being officially ready for training, as the training centre receives Approved Training Organization (ATO) status.

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