1 June 2016

LATAM becomes latest casualty in Venezuelan exodus

In August last year the two South-American carriers, LAN and TAM merged to become South America’s largest carrier covering over 135 destinations in 23 countries for passengers, and a cargo business offering freight services to more than 144 destinations in 26 countries. The airline owns a fleet of approximately 312 aircraft and has roughly 53,000 […]

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RUAG named Authorised Rolls-Royce Service Centre

RUAG Aviation and Rolls-Royce have signed an Authorised Service Center (ASC) agreement for the BR710A2-20 turbofan. This latest Authorised Service Centre agreement reconfirms RUAG Aviation’s participation in the Rolls-Royce global network and marks an important milestone for the aviation company. It allows RUAG Aviation to further expand the services offered for the Bombardier Global aircraft

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Air Lease Corporation increases unsecured revolving credit facility to US$3.13bn

Air Lease Corporation (the Company)amended and extended its unsecured revolving credit facility with JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., as administrative agent and the lenders named therein (as amended, the “Syndicated Unsecured Revolving Credit Facility”) whereby the Company extended the maturity date from May 5, 2019 to May 5, 2020 and increased total revolving commitments to US$3.13bn

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Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines strengthen network between U.K. and U.S.

Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines announced changes to their respective summer 2017 schedules to optimize their joint network between  the United Kingdom and the United States. The move reflects the strong partnership between the two airlines, which is focused on offering customers more travel choices and flexibility. Virgin Atlantic will start flying between Seattle

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Boeing names John Bruns as President Boeing China

Boeing has named company veteran John Bruns president of Boeing China, effective July 1. He will be based in Beijing. As president of Boeing China, Bruns, will serve as Boeing’s senior in-country executive and lead company-wide activities. He will be responsible for expanding Boeing’s local presence, for managing business partnerships, government affairs, and corporate citizenship.

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Satair Group and Flybe sign five-year battery contract

Satair Group UK and Flybe have signed a five-year contract under which Satair Group will assume responsibility for the supply of aircraft battery servicing and associated battery supply to the airline. The contract, which will be carried out at Satair Group’s UK battery facility near London Heathrow Airport, will support Flybe’s mixed fleet of Bombardier

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WIKING Helikopter Service GmbH orders two H145s for offshore operations

Airbus Helicopters and WIKING Helikopter Service GmbH signed a contract for two H145s in offshore configuration at the international aerospace exhibition ILA in Berlin, making them the first Airbus Helicopters products to be added to their WIKING Helikopter Service GmbH’s fleet. The delivery of the first H145 is scheduled for the end of the year.

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AAMSI appoints Dennis Zalupski as President and CEO

Associated Aircraft Manufacturing and Sales (AAMSI) announced the appointment of Dennis Zalupski to the position of President and CEO. Concurrently, Mr. Zalupski will also join the Board of Directors of AAMSI. Mr. Zalupski most recently served as Senior Vice President & General Manager – Materials Group for AerSale. In this position he was responsible for

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WestJet Encore converts purchase options for nine Bombardier Q400 aircraft

WestJet has converted the last nine of its original 25 options to firm orders for Bombardier Q400 aircraft. The aircraft are scheduled for delivery between April 2017 and June 2018. With the conversion of these options, WestJet Encore will have a fleet of 45 Q400 aircraft by the end of 2018. The airline has no

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Avcorp receives follow-on Lockheed Martin contract for F-35 composite work

Avcorp Industries has been awarded a contract extension with Lockheed Martin. The agreement extends into 2020 the current composite fabrication work scope, at Avcorp’s Gardena California facility, for F-35 wing skin panels, nacelle panels and body access panels. This follow-on contract complements Avcorp’s assembly of the F-35 Carrier Variant (“CV”) Outboard Wing (“OBW”) structure which

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