11 May 2010

LOT Polish Airlines converts four EMBRAER 175 firm orders to the EMBRAER 195

Embraer has signed a contract with LOT Polish Airlines to convert four EMBRAER 175 firm orders to the EMBRAER 195 model. In the fourth quarter of 2007, the Polish airline placed an additional firm order for 12 EMBRAER 175 jets (at that time, the company operated six EMBRAER 170s and four EMBRAER 175s). Four aircraft

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Aviall receives exclusive lifetime contract from Rolls-Royce

Aviall Services has entered into an exclusive worldwide aftermarket distribution agreement with Rolls-Royce for unique spare parts of the RB211-524 aircraft engines. Aviall will assume these spare part distribution responsibilities to RB211-524 customers in the fourth quarter of 2010. The agreement extends for the life of the engine. The RB211-524 engines power the Boeing 747

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United Airlines reports April 2010 operational performance

United Airlines reported its preliminary consolidated traffic results for April 2010. Total consolidated traffic increased in April by 0.6% on a decrease of 1.2% in capacity compared with the same period in 2009. This resulted in a reported April consolidated passenger load factor of 81.4%, an increase of 1.5 points compared to 2009.

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Cyprus Airways extends PBH contract with A J Walter Aviation

Cyprus Airways has extended its A320 power-by-the-hour contract with A J Walter Aviation, the complete aircraft support specialist, to include engine line replacement units. This contract is for a mixed fleet of nine A319/A320 aircraft with V2500 engines. Cyprus Airways is the national airline of Cyprus based in Nicosia. It operates scheduled services to over

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GE Aviation's Czech operation is now GE Aviation's Business & General Aviation Turboprops

GE Aviation has renamed its Czech operation to GE Aviation’s Business & General Aviation Turboprops. “The new name will better represent the organization’s strategy, which is to develop, manufacture and support turboprop engines for the Business and General Aviation segment,” explained Brad Mottier, Vice President and General Manager of GE Aviation’s Business and General Aviation

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