11 April 2017

Jeppesen signs multiple-year agreement with AirAsia

Jeppesen has recently signed a multiple-year agreement with AirAsia, one of Asia’s largest low-cost carriers, to provide digital charting and electronic flight bag (EFB) services for all AirAsia Group affiliates. The agreement covers a total of six airlines within the AirAsia Group, which are based in Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, India, Indonesia and the Philippines. The

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Jet Aviation appoints David Best as head of Global Business Development

Jet Aviation has appointed David Best as head of its Global Business Development department. Best is based in Palm Beach, FL, reporting directly to Johannes Turzer, Senior Vice President of Strategic Global Growth. The Global Business Development department falls within the company’s newly established Strategic Global Growth division, led by Johannes Turner. As head of

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Lufthansa Technik receives CAAC approval to perform heavy maintenance on Airbus ACJ319

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has approved Lufthansa Technik as maintenance station for Airbus A319 aircraft. This new approval enables the company to perform line and heavy maintenance services as well as cabin refurbishments on Chinese B-registered Airbus A319 aircraft. The approval has been obtained in line with the first A319ACJ base maintenance

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Ethiopian Airlines signs codeshare agreement with Air Europa

Africa’s largest airline group, Ethiopian Airlines, signed a codeshare agreement with Air Europa, taking effect as of April 11, 2017. The new partnership is a free sale codeshare agreement, thereby allowing the partner airlines access to each other’s network by creating smooth connection at their respective hubs. Imanol Pérez, Comercial Deputy Director of Air Europa,

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HAECO PJS invests in 3D printing capability

HAECO Private Jet Solutions has invested in three dimensional (3D) printing capability, enabling the company to provide customers with miniature 3D models of their unique cabin industrial designs to scale. HAECO PJS’ introduction of the new 3D printing capability builds on the existing comprehensive portfolio of cabin services for private and business jet owners including

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