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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 one of only several airlines on the globe operating exclusively widebody fleet consisting of Airbus A380 and Boeing 777.  And there has come a time for little changes.

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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

First Fiji Airways Airbus A350 XWB

First Fiji Airways Airbus A350 XWB

Fiji Airways is one step closer to receiving its first Airbus A350-900 aircraft.

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First Embraer E195-E2 Handed Over to Azul

First Embraer E195-E2 Handed Over to Azul

Embraer has delivered its first E195-E2 to the launch operator Azul.

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GAPS has been established to examine the processes that touch the passenger journey, on the ground and in the air, and impact related airport processes and operations.

The future passenger journey will not be remiss, and delegates will have the chance to collectively shape future solutions through panel discussions, innovation sessions, and partake in the development of the future passenger journey storyline.

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.

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Cathay Pacific Cuts Multiple Flights Amid Weak Results and Demand

Cathay Pacific Cuts Multiple Flights Amid Weak Results

Cathay Pacific, the flag carrier of Hong Kong, has announced cutting a number of flights.

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

FAA Proposes Checks of Pratt & Whitney Engines Powering A220 & E2

FAA Proposes Checks of Pratt & Whitney Engines Powering A220 & E2

The FAA has released airworthiness directive (AD) proposing to run checks of the PW1500Gs, powering Airbus A220s, and the PW1900Gs, powering Embraer E-Jets E2.

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