19 May 2019

Southwest Airlines to build new maintenance hangar in Denver

Southwest Airlines has announced that it intends to begin construction on its first maintenance hangar at the Denver International Airport this summer. The nearly US$100 million investment will allow Southwest’s Mechanics to work on up to three aircraft inside the 130,000 ft² hangar. There will be parking and facilities outside the hangar for eight additional […]

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Hawaiian Airlines awarded tentative approval for new Haneda route

Hawaiian Airlines has received a preliminary decision from the U.S. Department of Transportation to allocate a new slot to the airline for expanded service to Haneda Airport. This is a critical step toward gaining rights to provide additional service between Honolulu and Tokyo before the start of the 2020 Olympic Summer games. The allocation is

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New Embraer Praetor 600 Business Jet makes first transatlantic crossing

Embraer’s new Praetor 600 super-midsize business jet has completed its first transatlantic crossing, powered by Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuel (SAJF). The aircraft arrived yesterday in Farnborough, having departed from Teterboro Airport in the U.S. The first transatlantic flight of the Praetor 600 covered about 3,000 nautical miles with about 15,000 lb of fuel, of which 3,000

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hullo Aircrew looks to take action on pilot shortage problem

Two years after the launch of its industry-first software platform connecting operators with aircrew for freelance and contract flights at EBACE 2017, hullo Aircrew has reported a 200% growth in its membership.  It holds 3,000 candidates on its database and recently moved into offering permanent air crew positions, in response to demand.  Since February, Edward

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CAS awarded Maintenance Approval Certificate from Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

Certified Aviation Services, (CAS), has been awarded the Maintenance Approval Certificate from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP AMO 483-F). The scope of this certificate covers work for CAS’ LAX line maintenance station and its AOG Go-Team division. The CAAP AMO requires its candidates to assemble a safety management system (SMS). After the

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Navigation Solutions appoints Sally Franks to lead Gatwick operations

Air Navigation Solutions (ANS), a UK air traffic management provider, has appointed Sally Franks as its General Manager at Gatwick Airport. Sally has 20 years industry experience in the air traffic management (ATM) industry, and her role at ANS will include leading the team of air traffic controllers and service assistants and overseeing the delivery

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Avion Express established subsidiary airline in Malta

To strengthen its position in the market, Avion Express has established a subsidiary airline in Malta. The latter company, which was named Avion Express Malta, was granted Maltese Air Operator’s Certificate and Air Operating License recently. Alongside with its parent company, the Maltese airline will provide ACMI services to regular and charter airlines. Avion Express

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