18 January 2013

Avolon forms joint-venture aircraft leasing business: Avolon Capital Partners

Avolon, the international aircraft leasing business, announced its intention to partner with Wells Fargo & Company, a leading diversified financial services company, to form a new joint-venture aircraft leasing business called Avolon Capital Partners Limited (“ACP” or the “Business”). The formation of ACP is subject to a number of regulatory approvals. Since its inception in …

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MAE officially opens state-of-the-art training facility

Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL) has opened a brand new state-of-the-art training facility, Monarch Aircraft Engineering Training Academy (MAETA). Based at London Luton Airport, the training academy has undergone a complete refurbishment providing several new theatre style classrooms and facilities for Composite and Fibre optic training, a technology that is now being employed on next generation …

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​Embraer signs US$1.5bn contract with Aldus Aviation for up to 35 E-Jets

Embraer signed a contract with Aldus Aviation Limited, the Irish lessor, for the sale of 20 E-Jets, five EMBRAER 175 and 15 EMBRAER 190. The contract also includes 15 purchase rights for any E-Jet family model. The deal can reach a total of USD 1.56bn, in 2012 economics conditions. The firm orders are already included …

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Qantas orders three Bombardier Q400 NextGen airliners

Qantas has placed a firm order for three Q400 NextGen turboprop airliners. Based on the list price for the Q400 NextGen aircraft, the contract is valued at approximately US$98m. Qantas will use the aircraft to strengthen its extensive network in the Australian domestic market. The Q400 aircraft has been vital to Qantas’ rapid expansion in …

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Airbus boosts revenue potential of A321neo with new cabin options

Airbus is offering airlines brand new options for configuring the generous floor space offered by the A321neo. These allow more flexibility and thus increase the number of seats at the same comfort standard. In addition, the maximum exit limit is raised beyond 220 seats. These new cabin options capitalize on recent innovations in cabin monuments …

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AviancaTaca incorporates first Airbus A330F exclusively for cargo transport

Tampa Cargo S.A., the cargo airline of AviancaTaca Holding S.A. headquartered in Colombia, officially incorporated the first of four new Airbus A330-200F freighters purchased by the company from the European manufacturer. With the addition of this new eco-efficient aircraft on routes to and from Colombia, the United States, Mexico, Brazil and Peru, Tampa Cargo S.A. …

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Pratt & Whitney delivers final production F119 engine to U.S. Air Force

Pratt & Whitney Military Engines delivered the 507th and last production F119 engine to the U.S. Air Force for its F-22 Raptor fleet. The F119 Final Engine Delivery ceremony at the Middletown, Conn. Engine Center was held with representatives from the Air Force, Lockheed Martin and Boeing in attendance. “This is a bittersweet occasion for …

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