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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Boeing to Debut 777X Already Next Week

Boeing to Debut 777X Already Next Week

Boeing announced that official debut of its long-awaited Boeing 777X model will take place on 13 March 2019. 

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Japan to Launch New Airline: ZIPAIR Tokyo

Japan to Launch New Airline: ZIPAIR Tokyo

With the registration now official, the company will be established as ZIPAIR Tokyo Co., Ltd., as of March 8, 2019. 

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Wizz Air: First Gamechanger Airbus A321neo Joins the Fleet

First Airbus A321neo For Wizz Air

Wizz Air has taken delivery of its first of 256 Airbus neo aircraft.

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Lufthansa’s First 777-9 Takes Shape

Lufthansa’s First 777-9 Takes Shape

All major fuselage parts were assembled. Only the engines are missing.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Istanbul New Airport: Full Opening Delayed Again

Istanbul New Airport: Full Opening Delayed Again

Full opening of the Istanbul’s new airport, which aims to become the busiest in the world, has been delayed again. This time until 7 April 2019.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Bombardier Global 7500 Aircraft Makes History Again

Bombardier Global 7500 Aircraft Makes History Again

Bombardier says its aircraft demonstrated its ability to go the distance again.

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Rolls-Royce: Reasons Behind Losses in 2018

Rolls-Royce: Reasons Behind Losses in 2018

Rolls-Royce announced 2018 results reporting £2.9 billion losses. 

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GENERAL AVIATION

Air Freight Makes Weak Start to 2019

Air Freight Makes Weak Start to 2019

IATA released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), decreased 1.8% in January 2019, compared to the same period in 2018. 

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Atlas Air Crash: Reason in Loss of Control?

Atlas Air Crash: Reason in Loss of Control?

“Crew communications consistent with a loss control of the aircraft began approximately 18 seconds prior to the end of the recording.”

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