4 March 2018

First H160 orders for the North American market

Airbus Helicopters has signed the first order for four ACH160s with an undisclosed, North American customer. The launch customer, a major US business entity with extensive experience in corporate aviation, has opted for one aircraft to be delivered in Stylence by ACH configuration, the in-house, private and business design product line; with the remaining three …

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Thomas Kropp, a committed advocate in the interests of the Lufthansa Group is retiring

After almost 16 years as Senior Vice President and Head of Lufthansa Group International Relations and Government Affairs, Thomas Kropp is handing over the responsibilities of his office to his successor Dr. Kay Lindemann as he retires after 24 years at the company. Since 2002, Thomas Kropp and his teams in Frankfurt, Berlin, Brussels, Moscow …

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Cobalt Air joins IATA

Cobalt Air, Cyprus’s largest airline has announced its membership to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The membership certificate was handed to Cobalt Air at a ceremony in Larnaca airport on March 2nd. Cobalt is the only Cyprus registered airline to be a member of IATA. Rafael Schvartzman, IATA’s Regional Vice President for Europe, said: …

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GE Aviation expanding two North Carolina plants to meet growing demand for jet engines

Just five years after breaking ground, GE Aviation is investing an additional US$105m in its Asheville, NC, production facility to meet growing demand for the revolutionary ceramic matrix composite (CMC) components produced at the plant. As part of the investment, GE Aviation will create 131 new jobs at the Asheville facility, a significantly increasing its …

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