8 November 2022

Scotland’s Loganair makes multi-million-pound investment in greener aircraft

Scotland-based, but the UK’s largest regional carrier, Loganair, has announced that the carrier is to invest heavily in upgrading its current fleet of Saab 340B aircraft which have served it well over the past twenty years. By July 2023 the remaining eight Saab aircraft will be replaced by eight more fuel-efficient ATR next-generation turboprop aircraft […]

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FinnHEMS selects Rusada’s ENVISION

State-owned emergency medical operator FinnHEMS has opted for Rusada’s ENVISION software to manage its airworthiness and maintenance activities. FinnHEMS operates Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) flights for hospital districts from its seven bases across Finland. It utilises a fleet of nine helicopters, Airbus H135s and H145s, primarily for the deployment of emergency specialists to incidents,

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WestJet awards Swissport ground services business across Hawaiian islands

WestJet and Swissport are expanding their cooperation in Hawaii. The Canadian airline now relies on Swissport’s ground services at all four destinations it serves on the islands. The expansion also brings the addition of a new airport to Swissport’s vast and growing global network: Kona Airport on the Big Island. Swissport began providing services at

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EFW and Ameco to collaborate on A330P2F conversions

At the Airshow China 2022, Elbe Flugzeugwerke GmbH (EFW), the centre of excellence for Airbus freighter conversions and Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Corp (Ameco), the largest provider of MRO services for aircraft in China announced a new collaboration on Airbus Passenger-to-Freighter (P2F) conversions. Under the partnership, Ameco will carry out P2F conversions as a third-party

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Emirates expands its all-Boeing freighter fleet

Emirates, the Middle East carrier is further expanding its all-Boeing dedicated freighter fleet with an order for five 777 Freighters. The airplanes will be operated by Emirates SkyCargo, adding to its fleet of 11 777 Freighters. At last November’s Dubai Airshow, Emirates announced a US$1 billion (£870 million) investment to expand its air cargo capacity, including two new 777

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CDB Aviation executes US$650 million portfolio secured financing

CDB Aviation, a wholly owned Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing (CDB Leasing) has announced on the side-lines of the Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Asia Pacific 2022 conference that the company has entered into a facility agreement for a US$650 million (£565 million) secured portfolio financing. The seven-year facility is secured with a

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Satair and China Eastern Airlines sign support agreement

Satair, an Airbus services company and a leader in the commercial aerospace aftermarket, and Eastern Airlines Technic Co., have signed an agreement covering a selected scope of part numbers. The agreement will optimize Eastern Airlines Technic’s inventory by leveraging on the availability of local inventory in Satair’s Beijing warehouse, increasing the dispatch rate of materials

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Embraer delivers ten commercial and 23 executive jets in third quarter of 2022

Embraer has delivered 33 jets in the third quarter of 2022, of which ten were commercial and 23 were executive jets (15 light and eight midsize). The volume of deliveries is 10% higher compared to the 30 jets delivered in the same period in 2021, when the company delivered nine commercial and 21 executive jets.

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IAI granted European permit to fly unmanned aircraft in civil airspace

On the recommendation of EASA, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, the Greek civilian aviation authority has for the first time issued a permit allowing IAI’s Heron 1 UAV to be flown in Greece’s airspace. The permit allows the system to be used in the operational activities of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency,

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