20 May 2021

SIA Group posts SG$4.3 billion net loss after toughest year in history

The Covid-19 pandemic, which began to spread globally in February 2020, resulted in unprecedented restrictions on international air travel at the start of the financial year. Successive waves of Covid-19 infections and more virulent strains have subsequently emerged over the course of the 12 months. As a result, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group’s passenger traffic […]

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Airbus looks to close one of two Spanish plants with demise of Superjumbo

Having announced back in February 2019 that the Superjumbo – the double-decker A380 and largest commercial airliner – would cease production in 2021, Airbus is now faced with having to merge operations of two production plants in Spain as there will now be insufficient work for them both. On March 17, 2021 the final Airbus

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New VP of Flight Operations at Chicago-Area aviation firm

Chicagoland aviation firm sage-popovich has promoted Shawn Farrington to Vice President of Flight Operations. Farrington has been with the company for over five years, and in that time has quickly ascended from a ground-level position to management. He joined sage-popovich in 2016 as an aircraft detailer before becoming a ground/line service and maintenance support tech.

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Shandong Airlines implements Sabre’s fares management solution

Sabre Corporation has announced that Shandong Airlines has successfully implemented its fares management solution to support the China-based airline’s efforts to drive revenue optimization and accelerate recovery as it looks to launch new services and increase frequencies during summer 2021.   Shandong Airlines, which is owned by Shandong Airline Group, is now using Sabre AirVision Fares

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ST Engineering signs LOI to lease up to five A321P2F aircraft to Global Crossing Airlines

ST Engineering’s Aviation Asset Management unit has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to lease up to five Airbus A321 Passenger-to-Freighter (P2F) aircraft to Global Crossing Airlines (GlobalX). As part of end-to-end aviation asset management solutions, ST Engineering will also provide maintenance services to these aircraft for GlobalX over the period of the lease. Subject

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Lufthansa Technik Shenzhen resumes investments into new capabilities

With the recovery of the Chinese aviation market, Lufthansa Technik Shenzhen (LTS) has resumed its investments into new capabilities. The company is currently converting its bonded warehouse to a 2.100 m² maintenance workshop as well as climate controlled material storage. The corresponding conversion measures are scheduled to be completed in June 2021 and will enable

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