AFI KLM E&M extends partnership Air Tahiti Nui

AFI KLM E&M extends partnership Air Tahiti Nui

🕔13:43, 30.Apr 2019

AFI KLM E&M will provide component and engine support, along with line maintenance services, for Air Tahiti Nui’s four 787-9s. Mathieu Béchonnet, Air Tahiti Nui, managing director, said: “We are well acquainted with the quality of the services delivered by

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Aircraft shortages leads to Scoot suspending services

Aircraft shortages leads to Scoot suspending services

🕔13:40, 30.Apr 2019

Aircraft shortages has led to Scoot, the low-cost arm of Singapore Airlines, to suspend services to four cities in its network. All operated by the airline’s A320, the cities affected are Lucknow in India, Kalibo in the Philippines, the Maldivian

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Senior issues warning due to Boeing 737 Max grounding

Senior issues warning due to Boeing 737 Max grounding

🕔13:19, 30.Apr 2019

Engineering firm Senior has become the latest company to warn that margins in its operations will take a hit following the crisis surrounding the grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft around the world. Senior, which makes components for commercial and

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UTair denies shutdown rumours

UTair denies shutdown rumours

🕔13:14, 30.Apr 2019

Following a comment by auditors Ernst & Young in the notes to UTair Group’s  consolidated financial statements for 2018 that the carrier may halt operations due to debt, Pavel Permyakov, president of the UTair group, told Russian news outlet that

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Boeing issues statement on 737 MAX disagree alert

Boeing issues statement on 737 MAX disagree alert

🕔12:39, 30.Apr 2019

Boeing has responded to claims made in several news outlets that certain airlines and the FAA were unaware that the disagree alert on the 737 Max was deactivated. Boeing offered customers two optional paid features relating to the angle of

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Virgin Australia defers and converts 737Max order

Virgin Australia defers and converts 737Max order

🕔12:30, 30.Apr 2019

Virgin Australia Group has deferred delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from November 2019 to July 2021 and is converting an additional 15 of its 737 MAX 8 aircraft on order to 737 MAX 10s. The agreement means

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Thornton Law Firm set to investigate Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash

Thornton Law Firm set to investigate Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash

🕔14:19, 29.Apr 2019

Thornton Law Firm will investigate the causes of the recent crashes involving Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft near Jakarta, Indonesia and Addis Abba, Ethiopia. The investigation will focus on the role Boeing and its suppliers may have played in causing

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Safran makes ‘strong start’ to 2019

Safran makes ‘strong start’ to 2019

🕔14:18, 29.Apr 2019

Safran has achieved revenue of $6.4 billion, representing an increase of 36.9%, in its first quarter 2019 results, compared to the same period last year. The French-based aero engine maker posted revenue in Q1 2019 of €5.8 million, compared with

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Korean Air resumes St. Petersburg to Seoul direct service

Korean Air resumes St. Petersburg to Seoul direct service

🕔14:17, 29.Apr 2019

Korean Air has resumed its scheduled service between St. Petersburg, Russia and Seoul, South Korea. In the IATA Summer Season 2019, the carrier operates flights between Incheon International Airport and Pulkovo International Airport with the frequency up to five times

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SAS set to extend winter schedule with new direct route

SAS set to extend winter schedule with new direct route

🕔14:17, 29.Apr 2019

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will launch a new direct route on Saturdays using Boeing 737 aircraft from Brussels, Belgium to Tromsø, Norway from January to March. The airline hopes to capitalise on the attractiveness for tourists to visit Northern Norway during

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