12 November 2013

AMR Corporation and US Airways announce settlement with U.S. Department of Justice

AMR Corporation the parent company of American Airlines and US Airways Group reported that the airlines have settled the litigation brought by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the States of Arizona, Florida, Michigan and Tennessee, the Commonwealths of Pennsylvania and Virginia, and the District of Columbia challenging the merger of AMR and US Airways. […]

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Japan’s Vanilla Air takes delivery of first A320 with Sharklets

Vanilla Air, Japan’s newest low-cost carrier has taken delivery of its first A320 in Toulouse, France, on lease from AWAS. The airline will start commercial services on December 20th from Narita International Airport to Okinawa and Taipei, gradually expanding services to Sapporo and Seoul (Incheon) and international holiday resort destinations. Vanilla Air’s A320 is configured

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Eastman opens new specialty fluids testing lab in Singapore

Eastman Chemical Company reported the opening of a new specialty fluids testing lab for Eastman Therminol heat transfer fluids and Eastman Skydrol aviation hydraulic fluids in Singapore. The new lab will service customers in the Asia Pacific region, providing local technical support and in-service fluids testing that is critical in high performance systems using these

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GAMECO announces Phase II Hangar inauguration

Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering Company (GAMECO), a MRO Joint Venture owned by China Southern Airlines, South China International Aircraft Engineering and Hutchison Aircraft Maintenance Investment, announced the inauguration of the new GAMECO Phase II Hangar at the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. With hangar doors being lifted up slowly, a China Southern aircraft and a

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Ken Sewell joins IBA

Ken Sewell has joined the International Bureau of Aviation as Head of Aircraft Transactions. He will be responsible for aircraft remarketing and associated transaction management across IBA’s growing managed portfolio as well as seeking new business opportunities worldwide. Ken brings with him over thirty five years’ experience in the aviation industry in both a technical

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FLYHT signs new AFIRS contract with first South American customer

FLYHT Aerospace Solutions reported that it has signed a contract with a South American cargo airline for the Automated Flight Information Reporting System (“AFIRS”). The contract requires FLYHT to install the AFIRS on 12 Boeing 737-400 and 12 ATR-200 aircraft. The airline is a cargo carrier with plans to be the dominant cargo carrier in

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Global Aviation Holdings files for Chapter 11 reorganization

Global Aviation Holdings, the largest commercial provider of charter air services to the US Military and a major provider of worldwide commercial global passenger and cargo air transportation services, announced that the Company and its subsidiaries, including its two operating airlines World Airways and North American Airlines, have filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter

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