13 February 2013

Trade Air signs FLYFokker ABACUS agreement with Fokker Services

Fokker Services released that Trade Air, a privately owned company established in 1994 in Zagreb Croatia, operating under the brand name SunAdria, has decided to enter into a FLYFokker ABACUS program for its Fokker 100 aircraft. Under this program Fokker Services will provide component support, including forward exchange and reconditioning services, covering the major line …

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Avianca takes delivery of Sharklet equipped A320

Avianca, the Colombia-based airline, has taken delivery of its first Sharklet equipped A320 becoming the first Latin American carrier to take benefit of the new fuel-saving wing-tip devices. The A320, powered by CFM engines, was delivered in Toulouse, France. Sharklets are made from light-weight composites and are 2.4 meters tall. They are an option on …

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Group of Mexican businessmen purchases significant stake in AEROMEXICO

A group of Mexican businessmen, led by Eduardo Tricio, purchased on the Mexican Stock Exchange shares representing 20.19% of the outstanding shares of AEROMEXICO. With this transaction the group, which invested in the airline since 2007, will increase their holdings. As a result of this transaction, Eduardo Tricio is the only member of the Board …

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Silver Airways names Dave Pflieger President & CEO

Silver Airways’ Board of Directors announced the appointment of David H. Pflieger, Jr. to the position of President and CEO, effective May 1, 2013. Pflieger, who also will join the Company’s Board of Directors, will succeed Darrell Richardson who recently retired. Pflieger is currently the CEO and Managing Director of Air Pacific, Fiji’s national carrier.

BAE Systems wins another airline spares support deal

BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has won another contract for its rate-per-flying-hour aircraft spares support service to bring the total value of business from this service to £35m over the past twelve months from seven airlines. The latest contract is with Eastern Airways of the UK and covers a three-year support deal for the airline’s fleet …

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