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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Lufthansa Cuts Plans for 2018 Due to A320neo, CSeries Delays

Lufthansa Cuts Plans for 2018 Due to A320neo, CSeries Delays

Lufthansa Group has cut its capacity growth projection for 2018 from 12% announced in January to 9.5% due to the delays in deliveries.

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Boeing Delivers First 737 MAX 9

American Airlines Resolves Gate Dispute with Chicago O’Hare

American Airlines had made it clear that it was not prepared to sign a new lease for the US$8.5 billion.

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Turkish Airlines Finalises Airbus and Boeing Orders

Turkish Airlines Finalises Airbus and Boeing Orders

Turkish Airlines has decided to purchase 60 wide-body aircraft comprising of 50 firm and 10 optional aeroplanes.

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Boeing Delivers First 737 MAX 9

Boeing Delivers First 737 MAX 9

Boeing and the Lion Air Group celebrated the very first 737 MAX 9 to be delivered. The airplane will go into service with Thai Lion Air.

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China Southern Orders 30 Boeing 737 Max Aircraft for XiamenAir

China Southern Orders 30 Boeing 737 Max Aircraft for XiamenAir

China Southern Airlines has placed an order for 30 Boeing 737 MAX narrow-body aircraft.

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All Nippon Airways First A380 Final Assembly to Begin Next Month

All Nippon Airways First A380 Final Assembly to Begin Next Month

A special convoy of six vehicles has arrived at the Airbus Toulouse final assembly line, carrying six sub-assemblies.

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Ryanair to Acquire Initial 24.9% Stake in New Airline Laudamotion

Ryanair to Acquire Initial 24.9% Stake in New Airline Laudamotion

Laudamotion is a newly formed carrier rising from the ashes of insolvent Niki, the low-cost subsidiary of Airberlin.

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Pilot Incapacitated During the Condor Boeing 767 Fligth Over Atlantic

Pilot Incapacitated During the Condor Boeing 767 Fligth Over Atlantic

A Condor Boeing 767-300 was enroute over the Atlantic Ocean when one of the flight crew members became incapacitated.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Completes Successful First Flight

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Completes Successful First Flight

The airplane remains on schedule and now begins a comprehensive flight test program leading to certification and delivery in 2019.

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Spike Aerospace Predicts Supersonic Market Exceeds 13 Million+ Annually

Spike Aerospace Predicts Supersonic Market Exceeds 13 Million+ Annually

Supersonic flights could be enjoyed by over 13 million passengers annually when flights begin in 2025.

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Airbus Delivers Two A400M Airlifters to Two Different Nations in One Day

Airbus Delivers Two A400M Airlifters to Two Different Nations in One Day

These latest deliveries were the 60th and 61st A400Ms to be handed over and take the German and French fleets to 18 and 14 aircraft respectively.

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Boeing, SkyUp Airlines Finalize Order for Five 737 MAX Airplanes

Boeing, SkyUp Airlines Finalize Order for Five 737 MAX Airplanes

Boeing and SkyUp Airlines have finalized a firm order for five 737 MAX airplanes valued at $624 million at list prices.

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Russian Helicopters Plan to Produce More than 200 Copters in 2018

Russian Helicopters Plan to Produce More than 200 Copters in 2018

Holding “Russian Helicopters” plans to produce more than 200 rotorcraft in 2018 for domestic and foreign customers.

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

Transport Canada Overhauls Itself

Transport Canada Overhauls Itself

Transport Canada is in the middle of a transformation that includes using a risk-based process to ensure its resources.

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Russian Authorities Ground Antonov An-148 Passenger Airliners

Russian Authorities Ground Antonov An-148 Passenger Airliners

Rostransnadzor suspends operations of Antonov An-148 regional jets.

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MILITARY & DEFENCE

Russia to Renew Tu-160 Supersonic Bombers Fleet by 2030

Russia to Renew Tu-160 Supersonic Bombers Fleet by 2030

The entire fleet of Tupolev Tu-160 supersonic strategic missile-carrying bombers with new weapons is expected to be renewed by 2030.

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