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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Qantas Starts History-Making Flight Direct to London

Qantas Starts History-Making Flight Direct to London

Qantas’ first Perth to London flight has taken off, marking the start of the only direct air link between Australia and Europe – and the fastest way of traveling between the two continents.

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Ryanair Reveals Ambitious Plans for Ukraine

Ryanair Reveals Ambitious Plans for Ukraine

Europe’s leading low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair announced its intentions to launch flights to not one but two Ukrainian airports in October this year. 

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Small Planet Airlines to Become the Largest Carrier in the Baltics

Small Planet Airlines to Become the Largest Carrier in the Baltics

Leisure carrier Small Planet Airlines has announced financial results for the year 2017, reporting a profit of €5.1 million and full recovery from a loss incurred in 2016. 

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Qatar Airways to Buy a 25% Stake in Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport

Qatar Airways to Buy a 25% Stake in Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport

Qatar Airways bought a 25% stake in Vnukovo Airport as the company attempts to overcome the Gulf blockade of the emirate. 

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Air Seychelles to Lay off 150+ Staff

Air Seychelles is planning to fire 174 employees, including nearly 100 cabin crew, as a part of the restructuring drive in the wake of turbulence within the Etihad Aviation Group.

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EDITOR’S REVIEW

Aviation – a Hive of Activity for Aircraft Manufacturers

Aviation – a Hive of Activity for Aircraft Manufacturers

A booming aviation market, demand for air travel, dozens of new airlines, all these are fertilising the growth of the industry as never before. But, obviously, the growth of any of the industries could not be maintained without a sufficient number of aircraft.

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GENERAL AVIATION

Cabin Crew – Travelling Is Not the Only Benefit

Cabin Crew – Travelling Is Not the Only Benefit

Cabin Crew – we all have our own pre-made perceptions of what it is like to work as one. Most of us are guilty of thinking that it is easy. That most can do this job. This is very much not the case. 

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Qatari Jets Intercept Two UAE Civilian Planes Over Bahrain

Qatari Jets Intercept Two UAE Civilian Planes Over Bahrain

Qatari fighter jets flew close to two UAE-registered civilian aircraft passing through Bahrain, forcing the captain of one of the flights to alter course to avoid collision.

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LOT Boeing 787 Engine Shuts Down in Flight over Atlantic

LOT Boeing 787 Engine Shuts Down in Flight over Atlantic

LOT Polish Airlines Boeing 787-800, performing flight from Mexico to Poland, was enroute over the Atlantic Ocean when the crew needed to shut one of the engines down.

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Rossiya Airlines A319 Runs Over Ground Worker’s Foot on Push Back

Rossiya Airlines A319 Runs Over Ground Worker’s Foot on Push Back

Rossiya Airbus A319-100 was being pushed back for departure when a ground worker became trapped with his foot under one of the aircraft’s wheels.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Boeing Delivers World’s First 787-10 Dreamliner to Singapore Airlines

Boeing Delivers World’s First 787-10 Dreamliner to Singapore Airlines

Boeing and Singapore Airlines celebrated the delivery of the first 787-10 airplane, the newest and largest member of the Dreamliner family and a jet that will set a new global standard for fuel efficiency.

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Irkut Corporation Completes the Construction of the Second MC-21-300

Irkut Corporation Completes the Construction of the Second MC-21-300

At the Irkutsk Aviation Plant the construction of the second MC-21-300 aircraft, intended for flight testing, was completed. 

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AAR: Mechanic Shortage Could Increase Airline MRO Costs

AAR: Mechanic Shortage Could Increase Airline MRO Costs

AAR Corp. is facing staffing pressure and could increase wages to help retain and attract enough mechanics at its MRO shops—a move that would increase costs for customers.

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