GE9X engine goes airborne, set to power Boeing’s new 777X by 2020 | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 15 March 2018
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GE9X engine goes airborne, set to power Boeing’s new 777X by 2020

General Electric (GE) announced on March 14, 2018, it has begun flight trials of the world’s largest jet engine – the GE9XTM. The new engine will power Boeing’s 777X aircraft, due to enter service in 2020.

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Iraq lifts Kurdish Region airports embargo, world leaders react

Iraqi government announced on March 13, 2018, it ended the more than five-month-long embargo on the Kurdistan Region’s two main airports, allowing international flights to the region to resume.

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Air France pilots agree to new strike

The salary conflict at Air France has known a new development: 71% of its pilots have voted to go on a strike that could last up to 6 days, according to the Syndicat National des Pilotes de Ligne (SNPL), the main pilot union at Air France.

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Lufthansa reappoints CEO for 5 more years
Helvetic Airways announce CEO change
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