17 September 2014

Eurowings to become new A320 operator

Lufthansa Group’s supervisory board has approved the purchase of ten A320ceo aircraft for its subsidiary Eurowings. The new aircraft will become the backbone of the new low cost business model announced by the Lufthansa Group in July 2014, which foresees Eurowings operations on direct connections within Europe. The Lufthansa Group is Airbus’ biggest airline group […]

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Swiss International Air Lines orders up to 25 A320neo

Lufthansa Group’s supervisory board has announced that SWISS, a member-airline of the Group, will expand its A320 fleet with a firm order for 15 A320neo aircraft, plus an additional ten of the type to be confirmed at a later stage. The fuel-efficient NEO-fleet will gradually renew and replace SWISS’ existing fleet of A320 Family aircraft.

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Falcon 7X to be approved for operation at world's highest airport

The long range Falcon 7X will soon become the first business jet certified to operate at Daocheng Yading, the world’s highest commercial airport. The certification campaign at Daocheng, situated in China’s Sichuan province at an altitude of 14,470 ft (4,411 m), was initiated at the request of Chinese customers and is intended to meet demand

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Avolon adds six 787-9s and five 737 MAX 9s to portfolio

Boeing and leasing company Avolon have finalized an order for six 787-9 Dreamliners and five additional 737 MAX 9s, valued at more than $2.1bn at list prices. Avolon announced a commitment to purchase the airplanes during the 2014 Farnborough Airshow in July. This marks Avolon’s first order for the super-efficient 787 Dreamliner and will increase

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Intrepid Aviation acquires A330-300 on lease to China Airlines

Intrepid Aviation announced the acquisition of one A330-300 equipped with two General Electric CF6-80E1A4 engines. The aircraft (MSN 1367) was manufactured in late 2012 and has since been on lease to China Airlines. This is the second A330-300 aircraft Intrepid has acquired on lease to the Taiwan-based airline.

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United Airlines maintenance instructors ratify new joint labor agreement

United released that the company’s 48 maintenance instructors, represented by the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers (IAM) have ratified a new joint labor agreement. United has now achieved joint collective bargaining agreements with a majority of its represented work force, including pilots, dispatchers, fleet service, passenger service, reservations and storekeeper work groups. The

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Air Astana select AerData STREAM software

AerData, the provider of lease management, records management and engine fleet planning software announced that Air Astana, the domestic and international carrier of Kazakhstan has selected AerData STREAM software. STREAM (Secure Technical Records for Electronic Asset Management) is the industry’s foremost web-based solution used by some of the world’s largest airlines, lessors and MROs to

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GA Telesis names Managing Director for new Istanbul Sales and Customer Care Center

GA Telesis has named Mehmet Gokhan Dogan to the position of Managing Director of its new Sales and Customer Care Center in Istanbul, Turkey. GA Telesis will use this liaison and development office to meet the growing demands of its customers in Turkey, the Levant region, the Balkans, and Central Asia. Mr. Dogan has spent

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V-22 flight tests validate 'hot and high' capability for Rolls-Royce AE 1107C engines

Flight tests have validated a new engine upgrade for Rolls-Royce AE 1107C engines powering V-22 aircraft, maximizing “hot and high” capability up to 6,000 feet of altitude and 95° F. The enhanced capability is part of a series of upgrades that will boost engine power 17 percent for the aircraft, as Rolls-Royce continues to add

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