13 January 2015

United Airlines seeks to trim staffing levels by outsourcing 2,000 more jobs

After its merger with Continental Airlines, United Airlines set about a course of cost cutting exercises to reduce debt. Early in 2014 it closed its hub in Cleveland, while in July 2014 it announced its intentions to outsource 630 union jobs at 12 airports. The carrier, which has more than 85,000 workers, reported a wider […]

United Airlines seeks to trim staffing levels by outsourcing 2,000 more jobs Read More »

Lufthansa Technik opens new sales office in Santiago de Chile

Lufthansa Technik, a world leader in technical services for commercial aircraft, is opening a new sales office in the Chilean capital Santiago – a step that acknowledges the growing importance of the South Latin American aviation market. Air traffic and related technical services are permanently growing in the region. “Having a population of around ten

Lufthansa Technik opens new sales office in Santiago de Chile Read More »

Boeing selects GKN Aerospace to assemble 737 MAX winglets in Washington State

Boeing has awarded GKN Aerospace a contract for final assembly and paint of Advanced Technology (AT) Winglets for the new 737 MAX. This adds to GKN Aerospace’s existing work package with Boeing and brings additional jobs to Washington State. The final assembly and paint work will be carried out at a 57,000 ft² facility that

Boeing selects GKN Aerospace to assemble 737 MAX winglets in Washington State Read More »

HAITEC set to continue its MRO expansion

HAITEC is well positioned in 2015 following a successful 2014. “We have reached all our objectives”, confirms Frank Rott, HAITEC’s newly appointed CEO replacing Michael Bock as outgoing Managing Director. “We utilized our manpower and hangar capacity in 2014 to the maximum and set the course for HAITEC’s future”, says Rott. HAITEC’s pilot project „P2F“

HAITEC set to continue its MRO expansion Read More »

Airbus launches A321neo with true transatlantic capability

Airbus has officially launched the A321neo with 97 tonnes Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW) having secured the first commitment from Air Lease Corporation (ALC). The Los Angeles based lessor signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for 30 more A321neo, upsizing its commitments at the 2014 Farnborough Airshow from 60 to 90 and becoming the launch

Airbus launches A321neo with true transatlantic capability Read More »

Jazz reaches new 11 year tentative agreement with pilots

Jazz Aviation has reached a new tentative agreement with the Air Line Pilots Association (“ALPA”) who represents Jazz pilots. The proposed term of this tentative agreement is 11 years expiring on December 31st, 2025 , and is consistent with the term of the amended CPA announced on January 13th with Air Canada. The new labour

Jazz reaches new 11 year tentative agreement with pilots Read More »

Magnetic MRO launches full aircraft painting services in May 2015

Magnetic MRO announced the start of its final preparations to offer full aircraft Painting Services in Tallinn, Estonia by May this year. “Painting services capability has been an eagerly anticipated service by our Customers”, says Andrius Norkevičius, COO of Engineering Services, Magnetic MRO. “We now have strong partners from UK, Spraybooth Technology Ltd (STL) and

Magnetic MRO launches full aircraft painting services in May 2015 Read More »

Avtrade Sales department restructure paves the way for continued global expansion

Avtrade reported a strategic restructure of its Sales department to strengthen its continuing global expansion. The first stage of this restructure sees the creation of a number of new sales positions including the appointment of three new Regional Sales Directors. The newly appointed Directors will be responsible for setting the company’s overall sales strategy within

Avtrade Sales department restructure paves the way for continued global expansion Read More »

Kalstar Aviation becomes first E-Jets operator in Indonesia

Two Embraer E195s will start operations with Kalstar Aviation, a regional operator based in the Indonesian province of Kalimantan on Borneo Island. The two aircraft are being sourced from Aldus Aviation, Ireland. Established in 2007, Kalstar Aviation, named after ‘Kalimantan Star’, has been connecting passengers to cities in the province of Kalimantan – an area

Kalstar Aviation becomes first E-Jets operator in Indonesia Read More »

Dennis Orzel rejoins PAS Technologies as Chief Operating Officer

PAS Technologies announced that industry veteran Dennis Orzel has rejoined the company’s senior leadership team as Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Mr. Orzel will be responsible for all product development targeting top line growth while leading the engineering and program management functions. He will be based in Middletown, Connecticut. PAS Technologies specializes in providing

Dennis Orzel rejoins PAS Technologies as Chief Operating Officer Read More »

Scroll to Top
AviTrader Publications Corp.

FREE
VIEW