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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Airlines Faced with Critical Decision Making as Jet Fuel Prices Rise

Airlines Faced with Critical Decision Making as Jet Fuel Prices Rise

With fuel coming second only to wages as an airline’s greatest outgoing, a period of critical planning awaits them with rising prices coinciding with the traditionally busy summer season.

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World’s Worst Passengers 2018

World’s Worst Passengers 2018

Smelly passengers and out of control children have emerged as the leading complaints of passengers in the annual www.Airlineratings.com survey.

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Africa’s Busiest Passenger Air Routes Revealed

Africa’s Busiest Passenger Air Routes Revealed

The 10 busiest passenger air routes in Africa have been revealed in a new study conducted by Routes.

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Ryanair Full Year 2018 Profits Rise 10% to €1.45 Billion

Ryanair Full Year 2018 Profits Rise 10% to €1.45 Billion

Ryanair has reported a 10% increase in full year profit after tax to €1.45bn and 95% load factor.

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Xiamen Airlines Takes Delivery of its First Boeing 737 MAX

Xiamen Airlines Takes Delivery of its First Boeing 737 MAX

Xiamen Airlines took delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in Seattle, expanding the fleet to 200 aircraft.

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Alaska Airlines Goes Strawless in Partnership with Nonprofit Lonely Whale

Alaska Airlines Goes Strawless in Partnership with Nonprofit Lonely Whale

The initiative is one of many in Alaska Airlines’ push for sustainability and goal of reducing its inflight waste per passenger.

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A4A Projects Summer 2018 Air Travel to Rise 3.7 Percent to All-Time High

A4A Projects Summer 2018 Air Travel to Rise 3.7 Percent to All-Time High

The industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines expects a record 246.1 million passengers — an average of 2.68 million per day — to travel on U.S. airlines.

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Delta Air Lines Offering More Trans-Atlantic Flying Than Ever

Delta Air Lines Offering More Trans-Atlantic Flying Than Ever

Delta will offer up to 85 daily departures from the United States to Europe this summer.

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The Delayed Muscat International Airport Has Now Arrived

The Delayed Muscat International Airport Has Now Arrived

Oman Airports Management Company opened the new passenger terminal.

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Watch Air Astana Airbus A320 Suffers Runway Excursion on Landing

Watch Air Astana Airbus A320 Suffers Runway Excursion on Landing

Thunderstorms associated with winds gusting up to 49 knots were battering the city at that time causing houses being unroofed and about 20 people on the ground being injured.

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Onur Air Airbus A330 Landed Without Nose Gear

Onur Air Airbus A330 Landed Without Nose Gear

The aircraft landed on Jeddah’s runway 34R about 4.5 hours after departure from Madinah and skidded on main gear.

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UPS Boeing 747 Overruns Runway on Takeoff

UPS Boeing 747 Overruns Runway on Takeoff

A runway inspection initiated after the crew reported two tyres showed zero pressure revealed damage to the runway end lights.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Rising Fuel Prices Could Trigger Retirement Jump

Rising Fuel Prices Could Trigger Retirement Jump

While oil prices are still historically low, recent price changes have focused attention on potential capacity cuts.

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Maintenance Demand Growing For Boeing 737 NG

Maintenance Demand Growing For Boeing 737 NG

By the end of this year there will be more than 5,000 of the world’s most popular aircraft, the Boeing 737-800, in service.

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Bombardier Sees Increasing Demand for Pre-Owned Aircraft in Africa

Bombardier Sees Increasing Demand for Pre-Owned Aircraft in Africa

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft is also one of the largest regional aircraft leasing and management organisations in the world.

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Russia Creates Substitutes for Ukrainian Aircraft and Naval Engines

Russia Creates Substitutes for Ukrainian Aircraft and Naval Engines

Russia has coped with the task of import substitution in the field of aircraft and naval engine engineering.

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