29 November 2016

British investigators fly to Colombia after fatal Avro RJ85 Crash

A British-manufactured Avro RJ85 carrying 72 passengers and nine crew has crashed on a flight between Sao Paolo, Brazil, and Medellín, Colombia. It is understood that there are only six survivors. Though nothing has been confirmed, it is believed that between the municipalities of La Ceja and La Unión in Colombia, the pilot had declared […]

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AeroVision International signs ERJ parts support agreement

AeroVision International (Muskegon, Michigan) has signed a comprehensive ERJ component support agreement with Aéreo Calafia, a growing regional airline based at the Manuel Márquez de León International Airport in La Paz, Mexico. The support agreement provides Aéreo Calafia with access to an extensive inventory of LRU’s used to support their growing fleet of ERJ 145

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SAS finances five Airbus A320neo aircraft through sale and leaseback

SAS has secured financing of five Airbus A320neo through the signing of a sale and leaseback agreement with Jackson Square Aviation. The aircraft will be delivered between 2016 and 2018. The agreement means that SAS, at the time of delivery for respective aircraft, will sell the aircraft to Jackson Square Aviation and then lease it

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Infinity Aircraft Services authorized dealer for Nextant Aerospace and Williams International

Infinity Aircraft Services, an FAA Part 145 Repair Station, is now an authorized dealer for Williams International and Nextant Aerospace. This increases Infinity Aircraft Services’ growing capability to perform manufacture specific tasks and requirements at their three convenient locations, while passing cost savings along to the customer. Williams International is a leader in small gas

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Anne Brachet appointed Executive Vice President AIR FRANCE KLM Engineering & Maintenance

Anne Brachet has been appointed Executive Vice President AIR FRANCE KLM Engineering & Maintenance. She takes over from Franck Terner, appointed as Air France Chief Executive Officer on November 2nd. Anne Brachet will pursue the AFI KLM E&M strategy and drive its growth at the service of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group airlines and third-party

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EDM’s A320 Door Trainer for China Southern Airlines passes Factory Acceptance Test

EDM, a leading global provider of training simulators to the civil aviation and defence sectors, reported that the extended A320 Door Trainer it has manufactured for China Southern Airlines passed its Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) earlier this month. Designed and built at EDM’s facility in Manchester in the UK, the A320 Door Trainer will enable

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DVB Bank advises Royal Jordanian Airlines on commercial debt financing for two B787-8s

Royal Jordanian Airlines completed the closing of its first B787-8 commercial debt financing on November 15, 2016. This new delivery is the sixth B787 in the RJ fleet. DVB AFC, the aviation advisory division of DVB Bank, advised Royal Jordanian on the long term financing of the aircraft. Founded in 1963, Royal Jordanian is the

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Eirtech Aviation Services awarded EASA Part 145 Composite Repair Approval

Eirtech Aviation Services has been awarded EASA Part 145 (I.145.074) Composite Repair Approval C8 and C20 rating making Eirtech the first independent composite repair facility in Ireland. The approval permits Eirtech to perform certified composite repairs on a range of structural aircraft components including ailerons, spoilers, winglets and wing to body fairing. The new approval

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Airbus Group provides European Central Works Council with further details on planned integration as of 1 January 2017

As part of the integration measures and streamlining of the company’s organisational set-up, Airbus Group envisages a progressive reduction of its current workforce of around 136,000 by a maximum of 1,164 positions. These reductions will mainly affect support and integrated functions as well as the CTO organisation. The merger will also conclude the company’s headquarters

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