See What Happened in the Aviation World in January

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Lufthansa Group to Hire More than 8000 New Employees in 2018

Lufthansa Group to Hire More than 8000 New Employees in 2018

In 2018, Deutsche Lufthansa AG will hire more than 8,000 new employees. The majority of them will be flight attendants who will work for various Lufthansa Group airlines in 2018

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Delta Named 2017’s Most On-Time Global Airline

Delta Named 2017’s Most On-Time Global Airline

Delta Air Lines was named the World’s Most On-Time Airline among mainline carriers by analytics company FlightGlobal.

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Norwegian Reveals Its Biggest Ever Year of Growth in 2018

Norwegian Reveals Its Biggest Ever Year of Growth in 2018

Low-cost airline Norwegian reveals its plans for 2018 as the award-winning carrier’s rapid expansion will take the airline to new heights.

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Trans States Airlines Rolls Out $44,000 Signing Bonus for Pilots

Trans States Airlines Rolls Out $44,000 Signing Bonus for Pilots

Trans States Airlines has once again demonstrated its ongoing commitment to providing industry-leading pilot compensation.

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Cambodia Plans to Build One of the World’s Biggest Airports

Cambodia Plans to Build One of the World’s Biggest Airports

The Cambodian government has approved plans to build one of the world’s largest airports in south-eastern Kandal province.

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Ryanair UK Pilots Vote to Accept Pay Increases of up to 20%

Ryanair UK Pilots Vote to Accept Pay Increases of up to 20%

Ryanair confirmed that all 15 of its UK pilot bases have now voted in secret ballot to accept pay increases of up to 20%.

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British Airways in Talks Over New A380 Order

British Airways in Talks Over New A380 Order

British Airways is in talks with Airbus over the proposed acquisition of new A380-800s informed sources have told Bloomberg news.

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GENERAL AVIATION

2017: The Safest Year for Aviation in History

2017: The Safest Year for Aviation in History

The year 2016 seemed to be a year of never-ending aviation incidents. The good news, however, is that 2017 was remarkably safer than the year prior.

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Gediminas Ziemelis: 2017 Was Interesting, but 2018 Will Blow our Minds

2017 Was Interesting, but 2018 Will Blow our Minds

The air transport industry in 2017 was definitely a ride to remember.

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How Cryptocurrencies Are Changing Private Jet Travel

How Cryptocurrencies Are Changing Private Jet Travel

For private jet passengers, time and reliability are paramount when booking a flight. 

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Airbus A320 Family Aircraft for a Bright Beginning?

Airbus A320 Family Aircraft for a Bright Beginning?

Having a bird’s eye of the world beneath by being in control of a large flying machine is a great dream for many. 

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Airbus Rolls out First A321neo ACF

Airbus Rolls out First A321neo ACF

Airbus has completed assembly of the first A321neo ACF (Airbus Cabin Flex) at its facilities in Hamburg, Germany. 

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Boeing Finishes 2017 By Setting Airplane Delivery Record

Boeing Finishes 2017 By Setting Airplane Delivery Record

Boeing delivered more commercial airplanes than any manufacturer for the sixth year.

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Airbus Commercial Aircraft Delivers Record Performance

Airbus Commercial Aircraft Delivers Record Performance

Airbus’ Commercial Aircraft deliveries in 2017 were up for the 15th year in a row, reaching a new company record of 718 aircraft.

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Test Results Confirm E2 as Most Efficient Single Aisle Jet

Test Results Confirm E2 as Most Efficient Single Aisle Jet

As the E190-E2 new generation narrow-body jet approaches certification, Embraer announces some final results from flight tests.

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AVIATION TRAINING

Aviation Voice Launches Ranking of Aviation Training Centres

Aviation Voice Launches Ranking of Aviation Training Centres

Aviation Voice, a global aviation news provider, is glad to announce the launch of an ambitious project, aimed at a broad comparison of aviation training centres located all over the world.

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

Beijing to Lower Ownership Stakes in Chinese Airlines

Beijing to Lower Ownership Stakes in Chinese Airlines

The Chinese government said it will loosen its control over China’s big three carriers allowing its ownership stakes in the airlines to fall below 50%.

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EASA Releases Prelimenary 2017 Safety Overview

EASA Releases Prelimenary 2017 Safety Overview

EASA’s preliminary analysis of the Commercial Air Transport operations in 2017 shows the lowest number of fatal accidents in modern aviation history in 2017.

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African Open Skies to Become Effective Jan. 28

African Open Skies to Become Effective Jan. 28

The long-awaited opening of the intra-African air transport market is slated to become a reality on Jan. 28.

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Boeing’s 787-10 Dreamliner Cleared for Commercial Service by FAA

Boeing’s 787-10 Dreamliner Cleared for Commercial Service by FAA

Boeing announced the 787-10 Dreamliner received an amended type certificate (ATC) from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Pegasus B738 Skids off Runway Stopping Just Feet From the Sea

Pegasus B738 Skids off Runway Stopping Just Feet From the Sea

A Pegasus Boeing 737-800 has skidded off the runway after landing in the Black Sea province of Trabzon, causing panic among 162 passengers aboard.

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Turbulence Injures 4 on the Batik B739 Flight to Jakarta

Turbulence Injures 4 on the Batik B739 Flight to Jakarta

A Batik Air Boeing 737-900 was climbing through FL230 out of Surabaya when the aircraft encountered turbulence.

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Gun Battle at Tripoli Airport Leaves a Number of Aircraft Damaged

Gun Battle at Tripoli Airport Leaves a Number of Aircraft Damaged

Security services closed Tripoli’s M’etiga international airport after the Libyan national carrier.

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S7 Airlines Airbus A320 Descends Below Profile on Approach

S7 Airlines Airbus A320 Descends Below Profile on Approach

S7 Airlines Airbus A320, was on approach to Irkutsk’s runway 12 cleared to descend to 600 meters .

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Captain Incapacitated During the Norwegian Boeing 787 Flight

Captain Incapacitated During the Norwegian Boeing 787 Flight

A Norwegian Long Haul Boeing 787-800 was enroute over the Atlantic Ocean about 3 hours before reaching the Irish west coast.

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