22 March 2018

Airbus delivers two A400M new generation airlifters to two different nations in one day

Airbus has for the first time formally delivered two A400M new generation airlifters to two different nations in one day. The company handed over the aircraft on March 20, to the European Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR), in charge of the management of the A400M Programme, representing Germany and France – at a ceremony

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Around 250,000 flights on new MUC summer timetable

The new Munich Airport summer timetable will start on March 25th: 91 airlines have booked slots for over 250,000 scheduled flights to 246 destinations in 68 countries. In addition to 17 German airports and 179 medium-range routes, scheduled services will be available to 50 intercontinental destinations. The summer period will continue through to Saturday, October

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Exostar promotes Venencia Magnusen to Human Resources Vice President

Exostar, whose cloud-based solutions help companies in aerospace and defense, life sciences, and healthcare collaborate securely with their partners, announced the newest addition to its executive team, promoting Venencia Magnusen to the position of Vice President, Human Resources. In her new role, Magnusen will continue to oversee all HR initiatives at the company, including talent

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GE Aviation receives UAE F-16 Block 60 Data Transfer System award

Lockheed Martin has awarded GE Aviation a multi-million-dollar contract to upgrade the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Air Force’s F-16 data transfer system. The contract involves a redesign of the system and an aircraft retrofit that will extend the life of this capability for the UAE Air Force’s F-16 fleet. “This development work, scheduled for the

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ATI pilots ratify amendment to collective bargaining agreement

Air Transport Services Group has reported that pilot employees of its Air Transport International, subsidiary have ratified an amendment to the collective bargaining agreement between ATI and the Air Line Pilots Association. Jim O’Grady, president of ATI, said, “We are pleased that our pilot group has ratified the amendment to our collective bargaining agreement, which

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IBA appoints Dr Stuart Hatcher to Chief Operating Officer

IBA, the independent aviation advisory and aircraft appraisal firm, has appointed Dr Stuart Hatcher to the role of Chief Operating Officer. “IBA is evolving to meet increasingly complex industry requirements in diverse global markets. Wisdom, judgment and tenacity are the skills that embody our advisory and analytical services” says Phil Seymour – CEO at IBA.

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Lufthansa Technik expands component maintenance for Jet Airways

Lufthansa Technik AG and the Indian international carrier Jet Airways have expanded their cooperation. Representatives of both companies signed a Total Component Maintenance (TCM) contract for Jet Airways’ narrow-body fleet of 80 Boeing 737NG, with single components repaired in a closed-loop and flat rate-based process. In addition, the existing Total Component Support (TCS®) contract for

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Elbit Systems receives governmental approval to acquire Universal Avionics Systems Corporation

Elbit Systems is in the process of completing the acquisition of Universal Avionics through an asset acquisition agreement. The parties have received the applicable government approvals and the closing is anticipated to occur in the coming weeks. Under the ownership of Elbit Systems, Universal Avionics will become a wholly-owned subsidiary. Universal Avionics is a manufacturer

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Virgin Australia and Sabre expand partnership

Sabre Corporation, a technology provider to the global travel industry, has expanded its technology partnership with Virgin Australia. This agreement further strengthens the long-standing and trusted partnership between the companies while supporting Virgin Australia’s digital modernization efforts with the addition of Digital Experience, Sabre’s next generation e-commerce platform. “We are extremely happy with the results

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