29 June 2020

After fatal May 22 crash, Pakistan grounds 262 pilots on suspicion of license fraud

With initial investigations into the cause of crash involving a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Airbus A320 near Karachi on May 22 which killed 97 of the 99 passengers and crew on board, and one civilian on the ground, primarily being put down to pilot error,  Pakistan’s Aviation minister, Ghulam Sarwar Khan announced on June 26 […]

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United resuming service between San Francisco and Shanghai

United Airlines will resume service to China with twice-weekly flights between San Francisco and Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport via Seoul’s Incheon International Airport beginning July 8, 2020. United will operate service with a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft from San Francisco to Shanghai on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Customers traveling from Shanghai will return to San Francisco on

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HiSky Moldova signs lease agreeement for second Airbus aircraft with ALC

Air Lease Corporation (ALC) has signed a long-term lease agreement for one used Airbus A319-131 aircraft with HiSky Moldova.  Scheduled to deliver this September, this aircraft will be the second aircraft in the fleet of the Moldovan startup airline.  “ALC is pleased to announce this second lease placement with HiSky Moldova,” said David Beker, Vice

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Brussels Airlines reaches agreement with social partners on structural measures

Brussels Airlines has reached an agreement between the Brussels Airlines management and its social partners, representing the more than 4,000 employees of the company’s different departments: Cockpit crew, Cabin crew, Maintenance & Engineering, Ground Operations and Support Functions. As announced in May, Brussels Airlines needs to take substantial measures in order to create a long-term

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Thorsten Dirks to leave Lufthansa

Thorsten Dirks will withdraw from the company’s Executive Board on the occasion of the successful conclusion of the governmental stabilization measure. He was most recently responsible for the areas Digitalization and Finance. Thorsten Dirks was appointed to the Executive Board in May 2017. The Executive Board division “Digitalization and Finance” will temporarily be assigned to the area

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Morocco orders 24 Boeing AH-64E Apache helicopters

Morocco is the 17th country to acquire the Boeing AH-64 Apache through a contract for 24 of the helicopters that was recently signed. Boeing has delivered nearly 2,500 Apache helicopters to 16 nations to date, including the U.S., Netherlands, Greece, United Kingdom, Japan, India, Singapore, South Korea and Saudi Arabia. Deliveries to Morocco are expected

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