6 October 2011

South Pacific carriers will need 736 aircraft worth $98 billion

According to Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast (GMF), between 2011 and 2030, carriers in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands region will require 736 new passenger and freighter aircraft (above 100 seats) valued at US$98 billion. The region’s close links to emerging economies are the main contributor to traffic growth with business and tourism

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Airbus and Qantas finalize contract for 110 A320 Family aircraft

Qantas and Airbus have finalized a contract for 110 A320 Family aircraft, to help with the airline’s fleet renewal and expansion plans in the coming years. The firm order for 78 A320neo and 32 A320s is the largest single order in Australian aviation history by aircraft units and follows a commitment signed in August. The

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British Airways selects Airbus Flight Hour Services for A380 fleet

British Airways has selected Airbus Flight Hour Services (FHS) to provide aircraft inventory support for its A380 fleet of aircraft. The FHS agreement, which will run for 15 years, provides an extensive scope of A380 line replaceable units (LRUs), spare parts, repairs and logistics services to British Airways Engineering. In addition, it will feature the deployment

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Alaska Airlines and its aircraft technicians reach tentative agreement

Alaska Airlines and the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) today jointly announced tentative agreement on a proposed five-year contract for the carrier’s 626 aircraft technicians and related employees. The proposed contract includes annual pay raises, additional job protection provisions, and a shared commitment between Alaska Airlines and AMFA to work on minimizing health care cost

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