28 March 2019

Boeing 737 MAX anti-stall system now “more robust” but no sign of jet’s return to the skies

Boeing has confirmed that fixes to the anti-stall software system on its 737 MAX jet should now prevent any failures of the automated flight control system that kicks in if the jet senses its rate of climb could lead to a stall. While there are still no definitive answers to what caused the recent crashes […]

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Leonardo strengthens position in Europe in the airport logistics sector

Leonardo has signed two new contracts in Europe in the airport logistics sector with a total value of over 100 million euros. The projects will see Baggage Handling Systems (BHS) revamped at Geneva Airport, the second biggest airport in Switzerland with over 17 million passengers annually, and at Athens International Airport. With annual traffic of

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GE Aviation’s CT7-2F1 engine receives FAA certification

The newest member of GE’s CT7 engine family, the CT7-2F1, achieved type certification by the Federal Aviation Administration. This milestone is a big step forward for entry into service of the CT7-2F1-powered Bell 525 Relentless, the first fly-by-wire commercial helicopter, designed to operate safely and reliably in austere environments and with decreased pilot workload. The

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All Nippon Airways extends Integrated Material Services solution from Satair

All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest airline has extended its existing multi-year Integrated Material Services (IMS) contract with Satair for its fleet of A320/321 CEO and NEO variants to include cover for its incoming fleet of three double-deck A380s, with the first entering service from May 2019. The service from Satair commenced in December 2017

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Iceland’s WOW air cancels all flights after potential investors walk away

WOW air, the Icelandic low-cost carrier, has been forced to cancel all flights with immediate effect after two potential investors have both walked away from negotiations to help rescue the cash-strapped carrier that flew 3.5 million passengers last year. For the past six months WOW air had been trying to negotiate a deal with rival

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FAI selects Collins Aerospace’s Venue for ‘Project Pearl’

Nuremberg, Germany-based MRO, FAI Technik GmbH, part of the FAI Aviation Group, has selected Collins Aerospace’s latest VenueTM cabin management system and high definition entertainment system for its latest Bombardier BD700 Global Express cabin refurbishment project, named “Project Pearl.”  Project Pearl represents one of the most extensive refurbishment projects for the type. The five month

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New service for aircraft spare parts sellers – Locatory Distributor

Locatory.com, an aviation IT company primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator, has launched a new service for spare parts stock sellers – Locatory Distributor. Locatory Distributor service was crafted according to the needs of various clients. The company spent over a year developing a concept on how to fill the absence of such service

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