7 April 2014

AerSale receives New Mexico sales tax exemption

AerSale released that the Governor of New Mexico, Susana Martinez, visited AerSale’s facility on March 3rd to announce the passage of New Mexico’s House Bill 24, which will exempt sales tax on transport category aircraft services and products within the state. This exemption, which also covers sales of whole aircraft, engines and component parts, will […]

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Airbus A350 sets new standards in cabin design & development

Airbus has unveiled the A350 XWB’s development cabin interior installed on board flight-test aircraft ‘MSN002′ at the Airbus site in Hamburg. MSN002, which made its first flight on February 26th, 2014, is the first of two test aircraft fitted with a passenger interior and is part of the growing A350 XWB development fleet. Intensive cabin

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Boeing opens 737 interior configuration studio

Boeing has debuted its new 737 Configuration Studio, a new facility where airline customers can choose their jetliner interiors. The 20,000 ft² (1,900 m²) studio is located in Renton, Wash. near the factory where 42 737s are produced per month. Similar to the 787 Dreamliner Gallery, the 737 Configuration Studio provides a private and welcoming

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Airbus Defense and Space delivers 17th HC-144A aircraft to US Coast Guard

Airbus Defense and Space has delivered the 17th HC-144A Ocean Sentry maritime patrol aircraft to the U.S. Coast Guard. The Ocean Sentry is based on the Airbus CN235 tactical airlifter with more than 235 currently in operation by 29 countries. This is the second of three HC-144A’s planned for delivery this year. The latest aircraft

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FLY Leasing acquires four aircraft, growing fleet to 119 aircraft

FLY Leasing, a global lessor of modern commercial jet aircraft, has added four more aircraft to its fleet, including one Airbus A319 manufactured in 2004 and three Boeing 737-800s, one manufactured in 2008 and the other two in 2010. The aircraft are leased to leading airlines in Europe and Asia with a remaining weighted average

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Republic Airways’ pilots reject 4-year labor contract

Republic Airways Holdings reported that members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) Local 357 failed to ratify a proposed four-year pilot labor agreement. IBT Local 357 represents more than 2,200 pilots for Republic’s sister companies Chautauqua Airlines, Republic Airlines and Shuttle America. The proposed contract included increases in pay that would have placed Republic

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Lufthansa places $1.0bn LEAP-1A engine order

Deutsche Lufthansa announced a firm order for CFM International’s advanced LEAP-1A engine to power 15 Airbus A320neo and 25 A321neo aircraft. The firm engine order is valued at more than $1.0bn at list price. In addition, the airline has also selected the LEAP-1A engines to power incremental A320neo family aircraft orders. Lufthansa, which is part

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Alkym selected by VECA Airlines during start up in El Salvador

Volartec, one of the fastest growing IT companies in the aviation industry, welcomed VECA Airlines as the first operator based in El Salvador. Several months ago during the startup process VECA Airlines selected Alkym as the system to manage all of their technical operations. VECA Airlines has now completed the implementation Alkym Management and Control

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