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Norwegian and Spanish pilot union SEPLA sign collective agreement

Norwegian and Spanish pilot union SEPLA have signed a comprehensive collective bargaining agreement (CBA) on February 8. The CBA will be valid for two years and represents an important step forward in one of the company’s most important markets. Earlier this week, Norwegian also signed a CBA for its long-haul crews based in Italy. Spain …

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West Star Aviation expands Midwest footprint with acquisition of St. Louis downtown hangar

West Star Aviation is expanding to St. Louis Downtown Airport (KCPS). The location will be fully operational and open to current and future customers by mid-February of 2018. The 43,000 ft² hangar will operate as an extension to West Star’s current full-service facility in East Alton, IL (ALN). The capabilities include maintenance on various business …

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AERIA Luxury Interiors secures VIP completion contract

AERIA Luxury Interiors (AERIA), a specialist in VIP completion and refurbishment, has secured a contract for the completion of Boeing Business Jet BBJ 737-700. This will be the third Boeing Business Jet that AERIA is contracted for since it started operating in 2014. The aircraft is due for arrival in 1Q 2018 at its facility …

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Ryanair and Balpa sign UK recognition agreement

Ryanair has confirmed that it has signed a formal Union Recognition agreement with BALPA (British Airline Pilots Association), who will now be the sole representative body for Ryanair employed Pilots in the UK. This agreement follows extensive negotiations with BALPA since Ryanair’s December announcement that it was willing to recognise Unions for collective bargaining purposes. …

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Ryanair and Balpa sign UK recognition agreement

Ryanair has confirmed that it has signed a formal Union Recognition agreement with BALPA (British Airline Pilots Association), who will now be the sole representative body for Ryanair employed Pilots in the UK. This agreement follows extensive negotiations with BALPA since Ryanair’s December announcement that it was willing to recognise Unions for collective bargaining purposes. …

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Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier Swoop announces initial schedule release

Swoop, Canada’s first true ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC), today announced its initial schedule release with service starting from Abbotsford, Hamilton, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Halifax. Starting June 20, 2018, the airline will launch six weekly flights between Abbotsford and Hamilton and six weekly flights between Hamilton and Halifax. On June 25, 2018, Swoop will start six weekly …

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Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier Swoop announces initial schedule release

Swoop, Canada’s first true ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC), today announced its initial schedule release with service starting from Abbotsford, Hamilton, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Halifax. Starting June 20, 2018, the airline will launch six weekly flights between Abbotsford and Hamilton and six weekly flights between Hamilton and Halifax. On June 25, 2018, Swoop will start six weekly …

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Norwegian Air Argentina granted Air Operator’s Certificate

Norwegian Air Argentina (NAA) has received the Air Services Operator Certificate (AOC) from the National Government on January 26. The document recognizes the company as a commercial airline, and certifies that it complies with safety and quality standards to carry out aeronautical operations and activities, in accordance with the law of the Argentine Republic. Norwegian …

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Emirates to Restore a Number of U.S. Flights as Demand Returns

Having seen a tail-off in demand for flights to the U.S after the introduction of certain policies by President Donald Trump’s administration, the Dubai flag-carrying airline Emirates is looking to restore a number of flights to certain U.S. cities that had previously been canceled. Daily flights to five cities were reduced to five a week, …

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