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  • Fatigue failure suspected in F-27 blade-off accident


    French investigators have revealed evidence of fatigue on a retaining bolt from the Fokker F-27 that sustained serious damage when a propeller blade passed completely through the fuselage.


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  • Fatigue failure suspected in F-27 blade-off accident


    French investigators have revealed evidence of fatigue on a retaining bolt from the Fokker F-27 that sustained serious...


  • Three carriers launch new French quality label aimed at restoring trust in aviation safety


    <P>French carriers <A href="http://www.aigle-azur.fr/" target=_blank>Aigle&nbsp;Azur</A>, <A...


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  • Fatigue failure suspected in F-27 blade-off accident

    News | 13 Nov 2013 11:13 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    French investigators have revealed evidence of fatigue on a retaining bolt from the Fokker F-27 that sustained serious damage when a propeller blade passed completely through the fuselage.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Fatigue-failure-suspected-in-F-27-blade-off-accident-392928/
  • Air Contractors selected as lead Europe Airpost bidder

    News | 13 Nov 2007 08:00 | Victoria Moores

    French postal service La Poste has selected Dublin-based freight operator Air Contractors as the preferred bidder for its airline subsidiary Europe Airpost. Paris...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Air-Contractors-selected-as-lead-Europe-Airpost-bidder-219296/
  • Three carriers launch new French quality label aimed at restoring trust in aviation safety

    News | 09 Feb 2007 13:29 | Victoria Moores

    <P>French carriers <A href="http://www.aigle-azur.fr/" target=_blank>Aigle&nbsp;Azur</A>, <A href="http://www.air-mediterranee.fr/" target=_blank>Air&nbsp;Méditerranée</A> and <A href="http://www.europeairpost.fr/" target=_blank>Europe&nbsp;Airpost</A> have become the first to secure the new French ‘Horizon’ quality label aimed at restorying trust in teh aviation safety standards of charter, cargo and leisure carriers.</P> <P>First championed by the then transport minister Gilles de Robien in early 2004, the quality <A href="http://www.aviation-civile.gouv.fr/html/actu_gd/actu_2007/07_01_26_3_Cies_Label_Horizon.pdf" target=_blank>label&nbsp;initiative</A> is aimed at helping tour operators and travellers to judge the reliability and safety of airlines.</P> <P>Afaq Afnor Certification is performing the audits and certification for the French airline passenger consumer protection scheme. Its commission is formed from tourism, airline, Government and consumer association representativeshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Three-carriers-launch-new-French-quality-label-aimed-at-restoring-trust-in-aviation-safety-211999/
  • In brief

    News | 31 May 2004 23:00

    <p>Virgin delays A380 entry</p> <p>Virgin Atlantic Airways has put back the entry into service of its first Airbus A380 by 18 months. Virgin was due to be the first European carrier to operate the aircraft in June 2006. The carrier says the decision is due to delays in finalising cabin interiors and doubts about the ability of some airports, notably Los Angeles, to handle the aircraft.</p> <p>CSA flies onwards</p> <p>CSA Czech Airlines is to begin fifth-freedom services onwards to Barcelona on its Prague-Marseille service. The carrier is planning to take advantage of the entry of the Czech Republic to the European Union by operating on west European routes. CSA will operate the route four times a week with a Boeing 737-500.</p> <p>Flywest plans June launch</p> <p>French low-cost start-up Flywest is to launch operations in June, flying the Brest-Toulon route with a Boeing 737 supplied by La Post subsidiary Europe Airpost. The service will operate twice weekly on Fridays and Sundayshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/In-brief-182240/
  • Workshop

    News | 17 Dec 2002 00:00

    EADS Sogerma Services and SAS Technical Services are to co-operate on materiel supply services for their Airbus A320, A330 and A340 work. The deal is between Sogerma's components business centre and SAS's component division. SR Technics has been contracted by Swiss Air Lines to provide heavy maintenance for 12 A320 family aircraft. The contract, valued at SFr20 million ($13.7 million), runs from January 2003 to November 2004. Sabena Technics is to maintain Pratt &amp; Whitney JT8D and JT9D engine components for Volvo Aero Engine Services. Sabena and French airline Europe Airpost have signed a five-year deal covering landing gear overhaul and maintenance on Airpost's 14 Boeing 737-300s and two 737-200s. The contract is valued at €1.2 million ($1.2 million). Lufthansa Technik (LHT) is to provide total engine support for Air Malta's fleet of new Airbus A319s and A320s for 12 years from December 2003. LHT's Powerplant Services in Hamburg will service the CFM56-5B6 engines for the aihttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Workshop-159287/