26 March 2019

Germania shuts down for good, seven weeks after filing for bankruptcy

Having filed for bankruptcy on February 5, German leisure airline Germania has shut down permanently after it failed to find any investors. The closure of the carrier which operated a fleet of 37 aircraft will now see all 1,700 employees laid off. The news will not be welcomed at Airbus either as this will result […]

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Panasonic Avionics announces senior sales executive appointments

Panasonic Avionics has named Malcolm McKay Vice President of Sales. McKay will be responsible for accelerating and driving top-line annual growth for Panasonic Avionics and will develop and plan the company’s worldwide sales processes and methodologies.  He will oversee Sales Leaders over each product line including Digital Solutions, Software as a Service (SaaS), Panasonic Technical Services

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Southwest Airlines’ Material Specialists approve new agreement

Southwest Airlines has reported that the Company’s Material Specialists, represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), have voted in favor of a new, five-year contract. “With this new agreement, our Material Specialists will be rewarded with pay increases throughout the next five years, while the Company gains efficiencies across our operation,” said Vice President

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Kazakhstan Border Service places order for Airbus C295

The Border Service of the Republic of Kazakhstan has signed a firm order for one C295 medium transport aircraft. Through this new agreement, which includes training, spares and ground support equipment, the overall C295 fleet operating in Kazakhstan will increase to nine aircraft. The new C295, in transport configuration, will play a vital role in border

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JetBlue trialing Collins Aerospace biometric self-boarding gates at JFK

JetBlue is advancing the boarding process at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) with SelfPass™ — a biometric facial scanning process implemented by Collins Aerospace, in cooperation with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Passengers using SelfPass, with fully integrated self-boarding gates, may board international flights through one gate in Terminal 5 and

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GA Telesis appoints Priscilla Ang Director of Business Development Asia–Pacific Region

GA Telesis has appointed Priscilla Ang as Director of Business Development for the Asia-Pacific Region. Priscilla brings over 20 years of experience in the aviation sector to the GA Telesis Asset Transaction Group. Ang was most recently a member of the Titan Singapore Aircraft Leasing team, where she served from 2014 through 2018 as Manager,

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Airways NZ and Leidos to collaborate on air traffic management opportunities

Air navigation services provider Airways New Zealand and global science and technology provider Leidos have agreed to work closely together on future air traffic management (ATM) opportunities under an agreement recently signed in Washington. The two organisations have already been working together on the design and build of the SkyLine-X air traffic management system, a

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