16 December 2014

Lack of knowledge over nut policy leads to sanctions for Korean Air

If you did not know any of the history behind this story you would be forgiven for assuming the nut policy related to quality of materials used in the construction and maintenance of planes used by Korean Air. However the nut policy in question has no connection with their planes’ construction, and instead relates to […]

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British Airways becomes first airline to maintain own A380 evacuation slides

British Airways has become the first airline to be given approval to overhaul its own A380 evacuation slides. British Airways Interiors Engineering in Blackwood, South Wales will now overhaul slides for the airline’s eight A380s. Overhaul services will include inflation systems checks, component repairs and replacements, as well as slide testing and repacking. The British

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MTU Maintenance signs exclusive total engine care contract with Air Costa

MTU Maintenance, one of the leading engine maintenance providers worldwide, has added another airline to its continuously growing customer list: Air Costa, India’s newest airline has chosen MTU for the exclusive maintenance of its CF34-8/-10 engines operating its Embraer E170 and E190 fleet. Apart from engine maintenance, MTU will support Air Costa with LRU management

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Boeing selects GE Aviation for 777X Common Core Avionics Systems

GE Aviation has been selected by Boeing to provide the Common Core System (CCS) and the Enhanced Airborne Flight Recorder (EAFR) for the Boeing 777X aircraft, as well as the Electrical Load Management System (ELMS), the Backup Generator and the Backup Converter. Selecting the GE common core system and enhanced airborne flight recorder enables Boeing

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Alliance Air introduces first ATR 72-600

Air India’s fully-owned regional Subsidiary Airline Allied Services Limited under Brand Name “Alliance Air” today introduced its first newest ATR 72-600 aircraft into its fleet. The aircraft, leased from Singapore-based leasing firm Avation, is the first out of five that the airline will receive until July next year. This brand new ATR 76-600 is configured

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GE Aviation shipped 2000th GE90 engine to Boeing for 777 aircraft

GE Aviation shipped its 2000th GE90 engine to Boeing for the 777 aircraft, a significant milestone in this influential engine program. “The GE90 engine along with the Boeing 777 aircraft helped revolutionize the twin-engine aircraft concept in commercial aviation,” said Bill Millhaem, general manager of the GE90/GE9X Program at GE Aviation. “Prior to its introduction,

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FLY Leasing grows fleet to 127 aircraft with delivery of three Boeing 737-800s

Growing its fleet to 127 aircraft, FLY Leasing, a global lessor of modern commercial jet aircraft, announced it has delivered the last of three Boeing 737-800 aircraft to a leading Asian airline. The three new aircraft are on 10-year leases. “FLY has acquired 22 newer aircraft this year, while divesting of older models, which is

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