Ethiopian’s robust expansion, Argentina’s fighter problems and goodbye to NextJet | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 17 May 2018

Ethiopian’s robust expansion, Argentina’s fighter problems and goodbye to NextJet | AeroTime

Argentinian president approves lagging Super Etendard acquisition

The President of Argentina Maurici Macri has given his go-ahead for the purchase of five Super Etendard from the French Marine Nationale. The Argentinian military urgently needs to restock its air fleet to secure the 2018 G20. In the meantime, France is still waiting for the payment to start deliveries.

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Ethiopian mulls CSeries, E195 jet order amid robust expansion

Ethiopian Airlines, the East African nation’s flag carrier and one of the largest airlines in the continent, has been growing fast: securing new deals and jet orders over the last few months. And it shows no signs of stopping. Along with plans to expand to new destinations and establish multiple international offshoots, the airline just announced plans to buy new regional jets in preparation of the re-launch of Zambia Airways.

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G. Ziemelis: Virtual source brings real benefits to aviation

From video games to aviation, and even video games about aviation, virtual reality has a strong foothold in society; and thanks to rapidly developing technologies virtual reality is earning an invaluable place in the very real field of aviation. 

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Swedish NextJet declares bankruptcy

NextJet, a Swedish regional airline created in 2002 and based in Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN), announced ending its operations from May 16, 2018.

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