Back to homepage

News Archive

Boeing not to re-engine the 737 (yet)

Boeing not to re-engine the 737 (yet)

🕔23:43, 1.Sep 2010

Boeing Corporate President and CFO James Bell indicated that the manufacturer is unlikely to re-engine the 737 any time soon. Speaking at the Morgan Stanley Global Industrials Conference in New York, Bell said Boeing’s analysis has revealed aircraft adjustments and

Read Full Article
AirTran lease finalised by Hartsfield-Jackson

AirTran lease finalised by Hartsfield-Jackson

🕔23:42, 1.Sep 2010

AirTran Airways has agreed a seven-year lease for facilities with authorities at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport securing the base for the airline. “Finalising our long-term lease with the city of Atlanta brings economic certainty to the airline and sets the

Read Full Article
VerifAvia on way to full approval

VerifAvia on way to full approval

🕔23:41, 1.Sep 2010

VerifAvia SARL, an EU Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) verification body dedicated to the aviation sector, has been approved by the French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC). The London-based arm of VerifAvia is also approved as an aviation verifier in Luxembourg

Read Full Article
RR Trent 1000 delays “last straw on the camel’s back”

RR Trent 1000 delays “last straw on the camel’s back”

🕔23:39, 1.Sep 2010

Boeing CFO James Bell has stated that the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engine availability problems were the “last straw on the camel’s back” making it impossible to complete certification of the 787 in time for first delivery to ANA this year

Read Full Article
A350 production up and running in Germany

A350 production up and running in Germany

🕔23:38, 1.Sep 2010

Airbus has begun A350 XWB production in Germany with the launch of upper wing shell fabrication at its Stade plant confirming that delivery to Qatar Airways is on track for 2013. President and CEO Tom Enders said that the aircraft

Read Full Article
Iberia Maintenance signed five-year contract with Turkey’s Onur Air

Iberia Maintenance signed five-year contract with Turkey’s Onur Air

🕔23:37, 1.Sep 2010

Iberia Maintenance has signed an agreement to exclusively maintain the components of Onur Air’s three A330s. The contract covers the repair of entire systems, such as LRUs, navigation and communications systems, and other components.

Read Full Article