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  • Shrinking Jumbos: Top Ten 747-400 fleets still in service

    747-400s are out of production and being phased out, but there's much life left in the type

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  • Cathay buys into US biofuels developer

    ​Cathay Pacific Airways has announced that it will invest in US based alternative fuels developer Fulcrum BioEnergy.

  • A350 begins south-east Asian flight tests

    Airbus's fifth aircraft in its A350 test fleet, MSN5, has commenced a series of flight tests between Singapore and Hong...

  • USAF chooses Lm2 simulator motion modifier for KC-135 training

    ​Belgium-based technology company AWx has sold its patented flight simulation motion modifier – known as Lm2 – to the...

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  • Hong Kong Airlines to build flight training centre at HKIA

    News | 26 Feb 2015 09:59 | Aaron Chong

    ​The Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) says that Hong Kong Airlines will build a flight training centre (FTC) at Hong Kong International airport (HKIA).
  • Strong yields, 787 introduction bring Jetstar back to profit

    News | 26 Feb 2015 02:45 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Stronger domestic yields and the introduction of the Boeing 787-8 helped Qantas’s budget unit Jetstar return to positive earnings for the six months to 31 December 2014.
  • Cathay closes 777 financing with Credit Agricole CIB

    News | 17 Feb 2015 17:28 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Cathay Pacific has taken delivery of one new Boeing 777-300ER under a long-term commercial financing structured and arranged by Credit Agricole CIB.
  • Cathay Pacific finances A330 with KfW IPEX-Bank

    News | 17 Feb 2015 15:21 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Cathay Pacific has closed financing on a new Airbus A330-300 with KfW IPEX-Bank.
  • Cathay adds Kolkata to freighter network

    News | 17 Feb 2015 07:42 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Cathay Pacific will add a twice-weekly freighter service to Kolkata to its network from 11 March.
  • ANALYSIS: Why and how badly is liberalisation stalled?

    News | 10 Feb 2015 10:49 | David Knibb

    Eight years since the US-EU open-skies agreement ushered in what was heralded as a new era in liberalisation, the rhetoric has changed – and perhaps the reality has too.