28 August 2020

DAE will acquire a portfolio of Boeing 737-8, 737-9 and 737-10 aircraft from CALC

EASA to begin flight tests on September 7 for the updated Boeing 737 MAX

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has announced that it is to begin flight tests on the updated Boeing 737 MAX in Vancouver, Canada, on September 7. The move comes two months after both Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had completed certification flight tests. According to the EASA, “While Boeing still has […]

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SIA Engineering Company acquires remaining shares in HMSS

SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC) has entered into an agreement to acquire the remaining 35% issued and paid-up share capital of HMSS, representing 9,625,000 ordinary shares in the capital of HMSS from Airbus Services Asia Pacific (ASAP), a Singapore incorporated wholly owned subsidiary of Airbus SAS. HMSS was incorporated in Singapore in October 2016 to provide

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GA Telesis signs global tooling distribution agreement with Shockform Aeronautique

GA Telesis has signed an agreement with Quebec-based Shockform Aeronautique to become a worldwide distributor of its extensive product line of manual peening process equipment. This partnership immediately expands the offerings of GA Telesis’ Tarmac Solutions Group to supply specialized tooling and Ground Support Equipment (GSE) for airline operators, MROs, corporate and government aircraft. GA

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Domodedovo Airport served 1.7 million passengers in July

Moscow Domodedovo Airport has welcomed 1.7 million passengers in July 2020, a 137% month-on-month rise. Simferopol, Sochi, Saint Petersburg, Anapa and Kaliningrad were the most popular destinations. The airport served 716 thousand travelers on these routes, a 21% year-over-year increase. In July, the airlines added flights to domestic destinations from Domodedovo. S7 Airlines launched flights

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Air New Zealand predicts additional 2021 loss after posting first loss in 18 years

After posting its first loss in nearly 20 years, Air New Zealand plans to draw down on a government-backed NZ$900 million loan to help the carrier deal with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the loan will come at a cost, with an interest rate of between seven and nine percent, while the government

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Jet Maintenance Solutions is seeing strong recovery in business aviation

During the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, aviation’s future seemed bleak. While airlines are still not operating at full capacity, European business aviation companies saw a strong rebound in the month of July 2020. In the statistical data released by EBAA, some European airports have reported an increase in departures of business jet aircraft. Palma

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