27 November 2020

WASB gets airport slot use relief while flight numbers remain suppressed

The Worldwide Airport Slot Board (WASB) which comprises the Airports Council International (ACI World), the International Air Transport Association (IATA), and the Worldwide Airport Coordinators Group (WWACG) has pushed worldwide regulators to be more flexible with slot rules while airlines struggle to cope with heavily reduced schedules. The intention behind the push for flexibility is […]

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Delta to launch first quarantine-free, COVID-free travel to Europe

Delta Air Lines, the Aeroporti di Roma and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport have joined in a trans-Atlantic COVID-19 testing program that will enable quarantine-free entry into Italy, in accordance with a decree expected to be issued soon by the government of Italy. “Carefully designed COVID-19 testing protocols are the best path for resuming international travel

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German Bundeswehr orders 31 Airbus NH90 helicopters

The German Bundeswehr has ordered 31 NH90 helicopters, to be known as Sea Tiger, for the German Navy’s shipborne operations. The helicopters will replace the German Navy’s Sea Lynx Mk88A fleet which entered into service in 1981. The Bundeswehr has already ordered 18 NH90 Sea Lion naval transport helicopters, seven of which have  been delivered.  The widespread use

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Savback Helicopters opens in the U.K.

Savback Helicopters AB is establishing a presence in the U.K. for the first time with the appointment of Rick Andrew as Commercial Director, effective immediately.  Andrew joins the family-owned business from Sloane Helicopters, the long-established Robinson and Leonardo Helicopters U.K. sales distributor. He was close to the Robinson helicopter community in his former role, as sales

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Jet Aviation Geneva gains Part 145 approval from Civil Aviation Authority in Russia

Jet Aviation’s maintenance facility in Geneva has received approval from the Russian Federation Civil Aviation Administration (RFCAA). Theapproval permits the company to support aircraft that are registered in Russia to the full extent of its maintenance approvals. Jet Aviation Geneva offers full heavy maintenance services for the Bombardier Global Express series, Gulfstream aircraft, and Boeing

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