14 August 2020

COVID-19 impact worsening within Europe warns IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging governments to get together and lift border restrictions as well as finding alternatives to quarantine measures if further economic damage is to be avoided. Despite a more recent increase in air traffic over the last months, helped by the reopening of borders between Schengen and non-Schengen EU […]

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TGIS teams up with BCT Aviation Maintenance to create one-stop service for aviation sector

East Midlands based global engine and aircraft consultants, TGIS Aviation Management, has announced a new service to the aviation leasing community. TGIS has teamed up with BCT Aviation Maintenance to offer a combined asset management, storage maintenance and return-to-service package. BCT can offer both EASA and FAA certification. Ian Smith, Technical Director of TGIS commented,

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Norwegian extends cooperation with Lufthansa Technik

Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA and Lufthansa Technik have extended their cooperation for the overhaul of the carrier’s 90 Boeing 737NG-strong fleet by another five years. The services are performed at Lufthansa Technik’s location in Budapest, Hungary, within the framework of a Total Base Maintenance Support (TBS®) contract, with the first contract events planned for September

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Jet Aviation Geneva delivers 240-month check on Bombardier Global Express

Jet Aviation’s maintenance facility in Geneva has re-delivered its first 240-month check on a Global Express. The inspection was successfully performed in conjunction with an avionics modification and a number of service bulletins. The company has since initiated a combined 120/180-month check on a Global Express XRS — with more in the pipeline. Essentially a

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GECAS and S7 Airlines sign agreement for two 737-800 BCFs

GECAS (GE Capital Aviation Services) has signed an agreement with S7 Airlines  for two 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF) aircraft. S7 Cargo, general agent for cargo operations sales of S7 Group, will manage freight services. S7’s air freight program currently utilizes belly capacity on passenger planes and these narrowbody freighters will mark the inauguration of

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American Airlines prepares to drop some service to smaller cities as expiration of federal aid nears

As CNBC’s Leslie Josephs reports, American Airlines is preparing to scrap flights serving two-dozen medium and small cities as the expiration of federal coronavirus aid that placed restrictions on carriers from cutting service approaches, according to an executive at the carrier. Airlines are required to maintain minimum levels of service through Sept. 30 under a US$25

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