4 April 2018

European Flights back to Normal After Eurocontrol IT System Crash

Normality has returned to European air traffic after approximately 15,000 trips, roughly half of those in European airspace, were affected by the failure of Eurocontrol’s Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System (ETFMS), which took place at around 2000 BST on Tuesday April 4. It is believed that 29,500 flights were scheduled over Eurocontrol-managed airspace, out of […]

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CAAC approval for maintenance work on Boeing 737-700s and 737-800s for LHT in Hamburg

Lufthansa Technik AG’s Hamburg site has received approval from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) as a maintenance organization for Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 aircraft. This decision means additional order potential for the VIP & Special Mission Aircraft Services division, since the very popular Boeing Business Jets are based on these aircraft types. With

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Brazilian Air Force selects Rockwell Collins to support flight operations

Grupo de Transporte Especial (GTE)﹘the Special Transport Group of the Brazilian Air Force (Força Aérea Brasileira)﹘has renewed its contract for Rockwell Collins’ ARINCDirect℠ flight support services to cover its fleet of 13 aircraft, which includes an Airbus A319, and Embraer ERJ145, E-190 and Legacy 600 aircraft. The contract provides GTE with flight planning services that

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Norway’s Widerøe receives world’s first Embraer E190-E2 jet

Embraer and Widerøe, Scandinavia’s largest regional airline, have celebrated the delivery of the manufacturer’s first production E190-E2 today at a ceremony at Embraer’s facility in São José dos Campos. The Norwegian airline will start flying the new aircraft on domestic routes later this month. The E190-E2 is the first of three new-generation aircraft seating from

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AAR signs agreement with AMETEK for civil aerospace markets

AAR announced that its OEM Aftermarket Solutions group has signed an exclusive agreement with Power and Data Systems (PDS) of AMETEK Aerospace & Defense to be its exclusive global aftermarket distributor supporting commercial, regional transport and helicopter markets. The AMETEK products covered by the global agreement are specifically for foreign and domestic aircraft and include

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3TOP acquires one Airbus A320

3TOP Aviation Services (3TOP), a fast growing aviation asset management company specialising in airfraime, engine, and general commercial aviation aftermarket inventory support  solutions, announced the acquisition of an Airbus A320‐200 (MSN 350) to support its global  customer base. The associated engines will augment 3TOP’s expanding trading and leasing portfolio. The airframe will be disassembled in Tarmac, France and used to facilitate strategic support programs with  3TOP’s network of operator and OEM customers.

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Skyworld Aviation partners up with PCC Aero and RESIDCO on lease of one ERJ 145

Skyworld Aviation have partnered up with Patrice Candaten of PCC Aero and RESIDCO, a Chicago-based aircraft leasing company, on the long term lease placement of one ERJ 145 to Madagasikara Airways of Madagascar. Serial number 145461 was manufactured in 2001 and had previously operated with Republic Airways. The aircraft was delivered at Kingman Airline Services

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