17 October 2012

Atlantic Airways selects entire Thales avionics package for new Airbus aircraft

Thales released that Atlantic Airways has selected the package of Thales Avionics equipment and cockpit technologies for installation on its Airbus A319. The selected equipment consists of Alternate Supplier Furnished Equipment (SFE) and Buyer Furnished Equipment (BFE) for which FLI chose Thales against other vendors. Under the terms of this selection, Thales has equipped Atlantic

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American Airlines to recruit and hire more than 1,500 flight attendants

American Airlines announced plans to bring more than 1,500 new flight attendants onboard over the next year. American will begin the process of recruitment and hiring in November, with the first new-hire class beginning training in January 2013. “For the first time in over a decade, American is seeking to add more than 1,500 new

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ARINC to divest its defense systems engineering and support business

ARINC Incorporated announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Defense Systems Engineering & Support (DSES) Division to Booz Allen Hamilton. The sale is expected to close later this fall, subject to customary closing conditions. Following the closing, ARINC will continue to focus on growing its market leading commercial businesses. This

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Vueling network to expand to 100 destinations from Barcelona-El Prat Airport in 2013

Vueling will expand its route network to embrace 100 destinations from Barcelona El Prat Airport in 2013 in what will be its fourth consecutive year of expansion at its home airport. The new routes will come into effect from the summer schedule, commencing March 2013. A new service to Gatwick, London’s second biggest hub airport,

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M.C.M. Maintenance Centre Malta receives NCAA Line & Base Maintenance approval for Lagos facility

In February of 2012, EASA MRO provider, M.C.M. Maintenance Centre Malta (M.C.M.) received its AMO approval from the NCAA (Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority) to provide line and base maintenance on 5N registered aircraft in Malta. On the 24th of September, the MRO was awarded with an approval by the NCAA to provide line maintenance in

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