7 September 2023

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AerCap reaches landmark agreement with insurers over stranded Aeroflot jets

As the conflict between Russia and Ukraine continues, Irish aircraft lessor AerCap has reached an agreement with insurers over 17 jets it has on lease to Aeroflot and which are presently stranded in Russia. Currently there are over 400 Western aircraft in Russia as a consequence of the invasion of Ukraine. AerCap has confirmed it […]

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Air France-KLM and Etihad Airways expand partnership

Air France-KLM and Etihad Airways expand partnership

Air France-KLM Group and Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aiming at enhancing their collaboration across passenger operations, loyalty programmes, talent development, and maintenance. The signing ceremony took place at the Air France-KLM Group’s headquarters in Paris, France in the presence of Angus Clarke,

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Rhenus Group strengthens LATAM presence through strategic acquisitions and partnerships © Rhenus Group

Rhenus Group strengthens LATAM presence through strategic acquisitions and partnerships

Rhenus Group has released details of the further expansion of its existing presence in the Latin America (LATAM) market through strategic initiatives designed to enhance its service portfolio and capitalize on the region’s growing potential for globally connected supply chains. The company has announced its acquisition of Colombia-based BLU Logistics and a majority shareholding of

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New empennage for R66 Turbine Helicopter receives FAA approval

Robinson Helicopter Co.’s new empennage for R66 Turbine receives FAA approval

Robinson Helicopter has announced FAA certification of a new empennage configuration for the R66 Turbine. Following years of development and testing, the new empennage provides enhanced roll stability during high-speed flight. The configuration replaces the existing 2,000-hour TBO horizontal stabilizer with a 4,000-hour TBO symmetrical horizontal stabilizer mounted on the tailcone and positioned forward of

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