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INTERVIEW: Professor Iain Gray, Cranfield University

Professor Iain Gray leads aerospace capabilities across Cranfield University and manages strategic relationships with the world s major aerospace industrial organisations......»»

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Copa Airlines shores up margins in 2017 as conditions in Latin America slowly improve

Panama’s Copa Airlines is close to reaching its historically high margin performance in 2017 as the company’s yield, RASM and cost metrics continue to improve. Copa’s own capacity growth for the year, projected in the high single d.....»»

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US DOT approves Southwest slot transfer to VivaAeroBus

The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) has approved the proposed transfer of two México City slot pairs from Southwest Airlines (WN, Dallas Love Field) to VivaAeroBus (VB, Monterrey General Mariano Escobedo). The DOT confirmed the a.....»»

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​Boeing’s NMA buzz targets recruitment of engine partners: Airbus

Airbus vice-president of market strategy Bob Lange is unconvinced by the "magic niches" he considers Boeing to be targeting with its New Mid-market Airplane (NMA) concept......»»

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Isavia seizes Air Berlin A320 over unpaid airport charges

Air Berlin (AB, Berlin Tegel) A320-200 D-ABDX (msn 3995), dry-leased from SKY Leasing according to the ch-aviation fleets database, has been seized by Icelandic airport operator Isavia following its arrival from Dusseldorf on October 19 on flight A.....»»

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​Boeing, Mitsubishi seek cost savings in 787 wing production

Boeing and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) have entered an agreement that seeks to reduce production costs associated with the 787's wings......»»

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Opinion: Biofuels Sustainable, Essential To Aviation’s Future

Adam Klauber, Isaac Toussie, Steve Csonka and Barbara Bramble New generations of fuels can drastically reduce carbon emissions without harming the food supply or the env.....»»

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Opinion: What Could Go Wrong For Aerospace Industry?

What the metaphor of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse can tell us about the industry’s future. read more.....»»

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U.S. Air Force JASSM-ER Rolling Out To New Fighters, Bombers

Lockheed Martin’s long-range cruise missile is being installed on the F-15E, F-16, B-2 and B-52 combat aircraft. read more.....»»

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Former EVA Air chairman plans StarLux Airlines. Taiwan does not need a third major airline

EVA Air chairman Chang Kuo-wei was piloting a company aircraft in Mar-2016 when siblings removed him as chairman, following an inheritance dispute after the death of their father. In response, in 2019 Mr Chang intends to launch a new a.....»»

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Cebu Pacific Air resumes capacity expansion following rare market share declines

Cebu Pacific Air has resumed domestic and regional international expansion, driven mainly by the redeployment of A330s from unprofitable long haul routes. The low cost airline group has increased domestic seat capacity by 12% and regional intern.....»»

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First A350-900 delivered to Air Mauritius

Air Mauritius (MK, Mauritius) took delivery of its first A350-900 3B-NBP (msn 145) on Friday, October 20. It is the first of two such aircraft, the national carrier of Mauritius will dry-lease from AerCap. Six of the Trent XWB-84 equipped twinjets.....»»

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Russia"s Baikalaviakom to become Buryat regional airline

The Government of Buryatia, in south-central Siberia, has agreed to support the development of a regional airline by purchasing an aircraft for local carrier Baikal Aviation Company, also known as Baikalaviakom (Ulan-Ude). The airline has submitte.....»»

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France"s Twin Jet takes over Lyon-Zurich route

Twin Jet (T7, Marseilles) has announced that it will launch a Lyon St. Exupéry-Zurich route to commence October 30. The route is currently operated by Swiss (LX, Zurich), which will cease the service on October 28. The French carrier will opera.....»»

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FlyGTA adds Toronto routes; aims for Nigara expansion

Toronto-based carrier FlyGTA - formerly known as Greater Toronto Airways (Toronto City Centre) - plans to build a new hangar and 'luxury' terminal at St. Catharines Niagara District Airport, reports St Catharine's Standard. The airline also announ.....»»

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