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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 of both A320neo and Bombardier CSeries aircraft.

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American Airlines Resolves Gate Dispute with Chicago O’Hare

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 as current plans stood for the US$8.5 billion revamp.

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Dubai Airports to Close Southern Runway for 45 Days in 2019

Dubai Airports to Close Southern Runway for 45 Days in 2019

Lufthansa revealed its new, modernized brand image to customers and employees at two major events at the Frankfurt and Munich hubs.

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Finnair as the Most Profitable Nordic Airline in 2017

Finnair as the Most Profitable Nordic Airline in 2017

Finnair made a new high operating margin in 2017, when it also became the most profitable major airline in the Nordic region.

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Hawaiian Places $2.82 Billion Order for 10 Boeing 787 Dreamliners

Hawaiian Places $2.82 Billion Order for 10 Boeing 787 Dreamliners

Hawaiian Airlines has selected the market-leading 787 Dreamliner as its flagship airplane for medium to long-haul flights.

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British Airways Trials Biometric Technology at Four U.S. Airports

British Airways Trials Biometric Technology at Four U.S. Airports

British Airways is trialling biometric technology to speed up boarding and arrivals processes in Orlando, Los Angeles, Miami and New York.

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Lufthansa Posts Groups Best Ever Annual Results

Lufthansa Posts Groups Best Ever Annual Results

Total revenues for the Lufthansa Group in 2017 amounted to €35.6 billion, a 12.4 percent increase compared to 2016.

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EDITOR’S REVIEW

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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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Completes Successful First Flight

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Completes Successful First Flight

Boeing’s new 737 MAX 7 successfully completed its 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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First Ultra Long Range A350 XWB Makes Its Debut

First Ultra Long Range A350 XWB Makes Its Debut

The first Ultra Long Range version of the A350 XWB has rolled out of the Airbus final assembly line in Toulouse. 

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China’s C919 Aircraft to Undergo Tests Ahead of 2021 Deliveries

China’s C919 Aircraft to Undergo Tests Ahead of 2021 Deliveries

China’s first domestically made large passenger aircraft is expected to undergo intensive test flights in 2018.

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Airbus A380 and A400M Production Cuts Put 3700 Jobs at Risk

Airbus A380 and A400M Production Cuts Put 3700 Jobs at Risk

Airbus confirms the formal adjustment of production rates for its A380 and A400M programmes.

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Boeing 737 MAX 9 Awarded FAA CertificationSpike 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.

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

Aim for 1 Billion Passengers to Fly on Sustainable Fuel Flights by 2025

Aim for 1 Billion Passengers to Fly on Sustainable Fuel Flights by 2025

The International Air transport Association (IATA) set out an aim for one billion passengers to fly on flights powered by a mix of jet fuel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by 2025.

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Iranian Regulator Grounds Aseman’s ATR Fleet

Iranian Regulator Grounds Aseman’s ATR Fleet

The Civil Aviation Organization of Iran has grounded Iran Aseman Airlines’s entire fleet of Avions de Transport Régional turboprops.

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Russian Authorities Ground Antonov An-148 Passenger Airliners

Russian Authorities Ground Antonov An-148 Passenger Airliners

Rostransnadzor has issued a directive suspending operations of Antonov An-148 regional jets in the country.

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South Korea to Tighten Regulations Governing Budget Airlines

South Korea to Tighten Regulations Governing Budget Airlines

The South Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) is set to tightened regulations.

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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, which have been under pressure, best meet safety needs.

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

At Least 38 Dead after Plane Crashes at Kathmandu Airport

At Least 38 Dead after Plane Crashes at Kathmandu Airport

A Bangladeshi aircraft carrying 67 passengers and four crew members has crashed as it was landing at Kathmandu airport in Nepal.

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Turkish Plane Crashes in Iran Killing 11 on Board

Turkish Plane Crashes in Iran Killing 11 on Board

A Turkish private jet flying from the United Arab Emirates to Istanbul carrying a group of young women crashed.

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An-12 Cargo Plane Loses over 3 Tonnes of Gold During Takeoff

An-12 Cargo Plane Loses over 3 Tonnes of Gold During Takeoff

An An-12 cargo plane carrying some 9 tonnes of gold has lost a third of its cargo during takeoff from the Yakutsk.

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SmartLynx A320 Suffers Runway Excursion after Bad Touch and Go

SmartLynx A320 Suffers Runway Excursion after Bad Touch and Go

The crew declared emergency, positioned for a landing and touched down on runway 26 when a loud bang was heard.

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Flight Attendant Falls out of the Emirates Boeing 777

Flight Attendant Falls out of the Emirates Boeing 777

A flight attendant opened one of the aft doors for unknown reasons and fell out of the aircraft landing.

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GENERAL AVIATION

Wet Lease to Grow 10% by 2022

Wet Lease to Grow 10% by 2022

In recent years, the aviation industry has developed rapidly and this is unlikely to end any time soon.

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Airways New Zealand Welcomes Zephyr Flying Taxi

Airways New Zealand Welcomes Zephyr Flying Taxi

The air navigation services provider will develop UAV traffic management system.

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AVIATION TRAINING

Etihad Aviation Training Relaunched in Abu Dhabi

Etihad Aviation Training Relaunched in Abu Dhabi

Etihad Aviation Training, previously known as Etihad Flight College, is a commercially-focused business open to external customers.

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First Airbus A320 Door and Slide Trainer in the Baltic States

First Airbus A320 Door and Slide Trainer in the Baltic States

BAA Training has added a brand new Airbus A320 Door and Slide Trainer to its repertoire of training equipment. 

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