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  • EasyJet firms up remaining A320 options

    ​UK budget carrier EasyJet has converted its last remaining 27 options for baseline Airbus A320s.

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  • Blue Bear furthers UAV automation research

    Blue Bear Systems and the University of Bristol have introduced a new concept that automates unmanned air vehicle...

  • Allegiant to acquire more A320 family aircraft

    ​Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air has agreed to acquire 14 Airbus A320 family aircraft, and will purchase two additional...

  • Airbus backlog reveals conversions to A320neo

    ​Two customers for the baseline Airbus A320 family appear to have converted their orders to the A320neo, despite...

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  • Slovakia's Quick Duck targets November launch

    News | 22 Oct 2014 14:44 | Michael Gubisch

    Slovakian start-up Quick Duck Airlines is planning to launch operations with a single ATR 72 in November.
  • MPL students bust transfer myth

    News | 22 Oct 2014 10:55 | David Learmount

    A group of UK multi-crew pilot licence (MPL) trainees dropped by their sponsoring carrier because of restructuring were immediately taken on by another airline, busting the “myth” that an MPL is not transferable, according to CTC Aviation chief commercial officer Anthony Petteford.
  • Brussels Airlines upbeat despite increased competition

    News | 20 Oct 2014 10:09 | Graham Dunn

    Brussels Airlines chief executive Bernard Gustin remains upbeat on the carrier's fortunes despite the increased low-cost carrier competition on its doorstop.
  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 13-20 October 2014

    News | 20 Oct 2014 09:34 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Hainan Airlines extends leases with SMBC Aviation Capital
  • ANALYSIS: Fleet Watch - Orders for September 2014

    News | 09 Oct 2014 14:50 | Antoine Fafard

    Commercial aircraft net orders came in at 243 for September where 309 new orders were offset by 66 cancellations.
  • ANALYSIS: Airports evolve LCC-focused funding models

    News | 07 Oct 2014 14:41 | Oliver Clark

    European low-cost airlines' rise to prominence over the past 10 to 15 years has brought new opportunities for airports to fund their infrastructure needs – but they have learnt that this comes with its own challenges.