Commercial Aircraft Newswire (Page 13)

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  1. Wizz Air to launch new Vilnius services after Air Lituanica closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Air Transport World

    ... "momentum" in the CSeries program to increase sales totals for the aircraft, according to Bombardier Commercial Aircraft president Fred Cromer.... More Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. plans to establish an engineering center in Seattle to support ...

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  2. EAS of Nigeria nog longer groundedRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2006 | Aviation Safety Network News

    Executive Airline Services of Nigeria is now allowed to operate flights to Jos and Abuja after being grounded for some two weeks. This followed the approval granted by the Ministerial Task Force on Verification of Airworthiness Status of Aircraft and Operational Competencies of Commercial Aircraft Operators in Nigeria.

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  3. Air Canada to upgrade premium section on low-cost Rouge flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Globe and Mail

    An Air Canada Rouge luggage tag is seen on a flight attendant's suitcase in an overhead bin during a media tour of an Airbus A319 before a flight to Las Vegas at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, B.C., on Monday, April 28, 2014. An Air Canada Rouge luggage tag is seen on a flight attendant's suitcase in an overhead bin during a media tour of an Airbus A319 before a flight to Las Vegas at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, B.C., on Monday, April 28, 2014.

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  4. Airbus aims to help cut jet emissionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Zealand Herald

    Airbus has launched a programme to help airlines reduce their environmental footprint as an international aviation organisation works to cut the growth of emissions. The Sustainable Aviation Engagement Programme is developing pilot projects, during which Airbus will work closely with Cathay Pacific, British Airways and KLM.

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  5. Boeing delivers first 737 with factory-installed satellite systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Business Journal

    The Boeing Co. has delivered the first 737 with a Ku-band satellite antenna system installed during the production process.

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  6. Boeing: This Signal Is Turning BullishRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seeking Alpha

    The recent drop in Boeing provides an opportunity for yield-hungry investors. The recent worries over cash flows appear overblown, but not surprising, considering the stock quickly jumped roughly $30 in little over a month.

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  7. Not your everyday brake shop: Nazareth-area firm services airline brandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NJ.com

    MBD Wheel and Brake Repair Services, a subsidiary of Safran, established a wheel and brake repair facility at 181 Mikron Road in Lower Nazareth Township earlier this year. A French company that works in the aviation and defense industries has established a Nazareth -area facility that maintains and repairs landing gear for commercial airlines such as Boeing and Airbus.

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  8. Delta will fly against Alaska Air on three more Seattle routesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | USA Today

    Delta Air Lines is pressing ahead with its Seattle expansion, announcing more new routes from its fast-growing new hub there. Delta's new routes from Seattle will be to Boston; Pasco, Wash.; and Victoria, Delta will fly against Alaska Air on three more Seattle routes Delta Air Lines is pressing ahead with its Seattle expansion, announcing more new routes from its fast-growing new hub there.

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  9. United Airlines makes a big statement about women in the cockpitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Business Journal

    United captain Kim Noakes and her co-pilot Jan Lumbrazo were at the controls this month for an historic delivery flight of a new Boeing 737-900 ER. Women have long had a role in the airline industry, but mostly as flight attendants and ticket and gate agents and in the executive suite.

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  10. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Star

    The Malaysia Airlines jet vanished over a year ago sparking a multi-million pound rescue operation and an avalanche of conspiracy theories. Despite no wreckage yet being found search organisers are planning what parts of the plane they will and won't recover.

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  11. Ryanair profits soarRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | USA Today

    Ryanair, Europe's top budget airline, Tuesday reported full-year net profits of 867 million euros or $945.8 million for the 2015 fiscal year, a 66% year-over-year increase. Ryanair profits soar Ryanair, Europe's top budget airline, Tuesday reported full-year net profits of 867 million euros or $945.8 million for the 2015 fiscal year, a 66% year-over-year increase.

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  12. Delta Airlines to start new daily service to Atlanta from Oakland begins October 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Inside Bay Area

    Port of Oakland director of aviation Deborah Ale Flint said in a statement that Atlanta is one of Oakland's largest underserved markets and the new service will help keep up with demand.

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  13. US business investment rises; durable goods orders fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Orders for capital equipment rose in April for a second straight month, a sign U.S. business investment could pick up in the second half of the year. Bookings for non-military capital goods excluding aircraft, a proxy for future corporate spending on new equipment, advanced 1 percent after a 1.5 percent gain in March that was larger than previously estimated, data from the Commerce Department showed Tuesday in Washington.

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  14. Israir plane seized over alleged debt in PortugalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Jerusalem Post

    An Israir Airbus A320 that landed in Lisbon was sezied by Portugese Authorities Monday over an alleged debt, Israeli media reported Tuesday. The debt centers around a seven-year-old legal dispute with EuroAtlantic air centers on Israir's use of EuroAtlantic carriers to operate flights to New York.

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  15. Qatar Airways says to make important announcements at air showRead the original story

    Tuesday | Reuters

    May 26 Qatar Airways plans to make "important announcements" at the June 15-21 Paris Airshow, its chief executive said on Tuesday. Speaking in Amsterdam, where the Gulf carrier is launching new services from June 16, Akbar Al Baker said, "The reason I am here today and not on June 16 is because I have to be at the air show at Le Bourget, and we also have some important announcements to make at that time".

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  16. Air France faces probe after jet narrowly avoids mountainRead the original story

    Tuesday | Reuters

    French investigators have opened a probe after an Air France jet with some three dozen people on board narrowly avoided hitting the highest mountain in central Africa in early May, according to information published by France's BEA air accident agency. The Boeing 777 jet was making a short trip from Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, to Cameroon's largest city of Douala, where it was due to pick up more passengers en route to Paris, when it ran into bad weather on May 2. While cruising at about 9,000 feet, the pilots of Flight 953 diverted northwards to avoid storm clouds, but their route back towards Douala took the passenger jet towards the 13,000-foot Mount Cameroun, the BEA and the airline said.

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  17. Massive layoffs coming to Malaysia Airlines in total overhaulRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | USA Today

    Malaysia Airlines will lay off about third of its workforce as the company begins a dramatic overhaul that may also usher in a new name and logo. New CEO Christoph Mueller - hired away from Irish carrier Aer Massive layoffs coming to Malaysia Airlines in total overhaul Malaysia Airlines will lay off about third of its workforce as the company begins a dramatic overhaul that may also usher in a new name and logo.

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  18. Delta plans to fly to Brazil from OrlandoRead the original story

    Tuesday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Delta Air Lines has filed for regulatory approval to add new international service between Orlando and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Delta would launch the route on Dec. 19. with four flights a week.

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  19. SAS B738 at Oslo on May 25th 2015, overran runway on landingRead the original story

    Tuesday | AVHerald

    Last Update: Tuesday, May 26th 2015 13:41Z 16769 Articles available Events from Jun 19th 1999 to May 25th 2015 Version 1.01 permits full offline reading, tracking of already read articles, introduces colour coding and fixes the app crashes encountered by a number of users. A SAS Scandinavian Airlines Boeing 737-800, registration LN-RCZ performing flight SK-4425 from Tromso to Oslo with 176 people on board, landed on Oslo Gardermoen Airport's wet runway 01L but skidded past the end of the runway end, contacted and damaged two runway lights before coming to a stop on the paved surface of the runway end safety area.

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  20. Probe launched after Air France jet flies near Mount CameroonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AlertNet

    French investigators have opened a probe after an Air France jet with some three dozen people on board narrowly avoided hitting the highest mountain in central Africa in early May, according to information published by France's BEA air accident agency. The Boeing 777 jet was making a short trip from Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, to Cameroon's largest city of Douala, where it was due to pick up more passengers en route to Paris, when it ran into bad weather on May 2. While cruising at about 9,000 feet, the pilots of Flight 953 diverted northwards to avoid storm clouds, but their route back towards Douala took the passenger jet towards the 13,000-foot Mount Cameroun, the BEA and the airline said.

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