3 September 2020

Qatar renegotiates Airbus deliveries while negotiations with Boeing remain ongoing

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar al-Baker has confirmed that the flag-carrying Gulf airline has successfully postponed delivery of Airbus jets it has on order with the world’s largest planemaker. The deal is yet another consequence of the downturn in demand for air travel owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We have the ability to bring forward the

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Otto Aviation officially introduces Celera 500L aircraft

Otto Aviation has officially introduced the Celera 500L, its commercial passenger aircraft. The full-scale prototype has completed 31 successful test flights that validate its operating performance goals. Otto Aviationcurrently holds seven patents, further contributing to the credibility and potential of the aircraft. The aircraft has a maximum cruise speed of 450 miles per hour, a

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Lufthansa Cargo welcomes eighth Boeing 777F aircraft in Frankfurt

Lufthansa Cargo has welcomed its eighth brand-new Boeing 777F aircraft at Frankfurt Airport (FRA). The cargo aircraft with registration D-ALFH was in flight for 9 hours and 24 minutes as LH8145 after its take-off from Everett Airport (PAE) in Washington State, U.S.A. It is the eighth aircraft of this type in Lufthansa Cargo’s freighter fleet. Lufthansa Cargo had

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Cathay Pacific Group and GE Aviation expand digital partnership

GE Aviation and Cathay Pacific Group have signed a five-year agreement to implement GE’s Event Measurement System (EMS) for flight analytics and the FlightPulse® pilot app. The digital technologies will be deployed across various fleet types in Cathay Pacific Group in September as well as the pilot community later in 2020. The agreement includes Cathay

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ARGO MRT signs lease return services deal with FLYdocs

Argo MRT, having recently acquired FAO Services, the EASA Part 145-approved company, has appointed FLYdocs to support its end-of-lease (EOL) return services to be used in conjunction with Argo MRT teams globally. FLYdocs will be Argo MRT’s records platform of choice for all future projects. Through the services provided by FLYdocs, Argo MRT will benefit

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