2 April 2008

United grounds 777s and cancels flights for functional check

United Airlines informed customers traveling on April 2, 2008 on United’s Boeing 777 aircraft that they will experience flight delays or cancellations as a result of a functional check being performed on the aircraft. As part of a regular review of maintenance records, the company discovered that the functional test that checks the firing system […]

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PW545C engine certified to power new Cessna Citation XLS+ jet

Pratt & Whitney Canada has received type certification from Transport Canada for its new PW545C turbofan engine to power the Cessna Citation XLS+ business aircraft. The PW545C, delivering over 4,100 pounds of thrust at takeoff, is the sixth engine in the popular PW500 family selected by Cessna Aircraft Company, for its growing line of light

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GE90-94B base engine surpasses 10 million flight hours

The GE90-94B base engine has surpassed 10 million flight hours. “The GE90 engine has surpassed our expectations for performance and reliability, and we look forward to more continued success in the years ahead” said Tom Wygle, general manager of the GE90 Program. In 1995, the first GE90 engine entered service with British Airways and was

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Mesa challenges Delta's efforts to terminate contract

Mesa Air Group announced that on March 28, 2008, Delta Air Lines notified the Company of its intent to terminate the Delta Connection Agreement among Delta, the Company, and Mesa’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Freedom Airlines, dated as of May 3, 2005 (as thereafter amended, the “Connection Agreement”). Delta seeks to terminate the Connection Agreement as a

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