3 June 2019

Bombardier closes sale of Q Series aircraft program to Longview

Bombardier has closed the previously announced sale of the Q Series aircraft program assets to De Havilland Aircraft of Canada (formerly Longview Aircraft Company of Canada), an affiliate of Longview Aviation Capital Corp., for gross proceeds of approximately CA$300 million. Net proceeds are expected to be approximately CA$250 million after the assumption of certain liabilities, […]

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GAL Aerospace to introduce global field support for Regional Aircraft Interiors

GAL Aerospace has introduced Global Aftermarket Field Support for the Regional Aircraft Interiors market. Through its subsidiary GAL AeroStaff, GAL Aerospace has been actively providing worldwide Customer Service, Field Support, and Technical Staffing on behalf of regional aircraft OEMs for the past ten years. Leveraging its experience supporting airlines around the globe, GAL is now

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Boeing

More trouble for beleaguered Boeing 737 MAX as FAA finds defective part

With the Boeing 737 MAX program already in trouble after two fatal crashes and a number of airlines already canceling orders, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has announced that it has identified a faulty part in a number of the jets, as well as the 1997 third-generation 737 variant, the 737 NG. According to the

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Voyego partners with Aer Lingus to deliver new innovative Payments Hub platform

Voyego, the dedicated travel and mobility division of the Comtrade Group, has partnered with Aer Lingus to deliver an innovative Payments Hub platform. In essence, the payments hub enables Aer Lingus to implement new alternative forms of payments such as Apple Pay and Aer Club Avios points. As well as providing new payment options, the

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AZAL follows Garuda’s lead and cancels Boeing 737 Max order, Lion Air likely to do the same

With Garuda Indonesia (Garuda) the first airline to officially cancel an order for Boeing’s troubled 737 Max jet, Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL), the flag-carrying airline, has confirmed it is to cancel its US$1 billion order for ten of the narrow-body jets. Garuda’s cancelation was a major blow to Boeing as the original order was for 50

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Acro moves one step closer to China seat production

Acro Aircraft Seating, the UK based manufacturer of Economy Class and Premium Economy Class aircraft seats, has moved a step closer to initiating additional production capabilities in China. The company established a facility in Shanghai in Q4 2018 with the intent to supply the Chinese civil aviation market with Acro’s innovative seating products. Chris Leese-Wood,

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