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British Airways’ last Airbus A318 makes ultimate flight to Twente, The Netherlands, for dismantling

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British Airways used to have two Airbus A318 aircraft, with an exclusive all-business lie-flat seat cabin, to operate the route London City-Shannon-New York JFK....

Airbus descends into red figures reporting a net loss of €1.1 billion

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566 commercial aircraft delivered in adverse market environment Financials reflect the early business adaptation and cash containment plan FY revenues € 49.9 billion;...

De Havilland Canada charts future for the Dash 8 aircraft programme after current production pause

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Focused on enhancing support to the global Dash 8 community as the aviation industry recovers De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited today reaffirmed its...

ASL Aviation confirms it will exercise options for 10 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters

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ASL Aviation Holdings DAC (ASL) has confirmed today that it is taking up 10 options for the 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter. This follows the...

Airbus space technology reaches Mars

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NASA's Perseverance rover relies on Airbus built weather station and communications antenna When NASA's Perseverance rover lands on the surface of the Red Planet next...

International Space Station tests virus-fighting surface coating developed by Boeing and University of Queensland

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Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are conducting experiments with an antimicrobial surface coating designed to fight the spread of bacteria and viruses,...

TUI fly Belgium aims first Boeing 737 MAX flight with passengers in the coming days

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TUI fly Belgium plans to carry out the first passenger flight with a Boeing 737 MAX after the grounding in the coming days or...

Shell selects Airbus H160 helicopter for operation by PHI in Gulf of Mexico

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International energy group Shell has selected leading US offshore helicopter operator PHI to operate four Airbus H160s to service a support contract in the...

Airbus and Air Methods (Texas) sign additional HCare support contract for fleet of 80 EC135 helicopters

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The new contract will extend the number of Air Methods helicopters covered by HCare to 111 to become the largest civil Airbus-covered fleet worldwide Air...

Embraer delivers 71 jets in 4Q20 and 130 total jets in 2020

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Embraer delivered 71 jets in the fourth quarter of 2020, of which 28 were commercial aircraft and 43 were executive jets (23 light and...

Bombardier cuts 1,600 more jobs and stops production of iconic Learjet

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Struck by the pandemic, Bombardier on Thursday announced the cut of 1,600 jobs, including 700 in Quebec, planning to phase out production of its...

Rostec received approval for serial production of PD-14 engines for MS-21 airliner

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The certificate of production organisation approval provides the right for serial production of PD-14 aircraft propulsion engines and their supply to customers for installation...

First UPS Airbus A300 facelift completed

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Gaining increased capabilities and flexibility thanks to valuable cockpit upgrade Airbus has handed over the first completed cockpit upgrade for UPS Airlines’ fleet of 52...

For the first time in 20 months, a Belgian Boeing 737 MAX flies again

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For the first time in many months, a Belgian Boeing 737 MAX takes to the air again. The Boeing 737 MAX 8 registered OO-TMY,...

Textron Aviation unveils the next generation Cessna Citation CJ4 Gen2

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Textron Aviation announced the newest addition to the Cessna Citation business jet family, the Citation CJ4 Gen2. The largest Citation in the light jet...

First Boeing KC-46 Tanker for Japan takes flight

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First KC-46 for an international customer completes successful first flight Japan Air Self-Defense Force scheduled to receive tanker this year The first Boeing KC-46...

Emergency landing of Embraer Phenom 100 business jet with broken landing gear at Paris Le Bourget airport

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A small Embraer Phenom 100 business jet registered 9H-FAM belonging to Maltese airline Luxwing landed at Le Bourget airport with the landing gear retracted...

Sixty years ago: crash of Sabena flight SN548 (Boeing 707) in Berg, Belgium, killing 73 people

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On 15 February 1961, a Sabena Belgian World Airlines Boeing 707-329 aircraft registered OO-SJB operating flight SN548 crashed en route from New York City...

Airbus delivered 21 aircraft, but had no new orders in January 2021

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Airbus's commercial aircraft orders and deliveries for the month of January 2021 have been published with the following figures: January 2021 deliveries: 21 deliveries to...

GA-ASI plans to demonstrate maritime capability in the United Kingdom

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General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA‑ASI) announces its plan to take a company-owned SkyGuardian Remotely Piloted Aircraft to the United Kingdom later this year...

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