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  • Air France A318 - Air France

    French investigators probe unstable A318 approach to Orly


    French investigators have disclosed that they are probing an incident in which an Airbus A318 landed after an unstable approach which triggered altitude alarms. The Air France service had been operating to Paris Orly from Biarritz on 12 September. Investigation authority BEA states that the crew had been ...

  • Lombok airport

    Angkasa Pura I shortlists partners to manage Lombok airport


    Indonesian airport operator Angkasa Pura I has shortlisted 26 companies to jointly develop and manage Lombok international airport. Among the companies shortlisted are Singapore’s Changi Airport Group, South Korea’s Incheon International Airport, Germany’s Fraport, as well as India’s GMR Airports. Source: Angkasa Pura I Indonesian ...

  • Air New Zealand

    Air New Zealand announces executive changes


    Air New Zealand has announced further changes to its executive team – the addition of a new role as well as the resignation of its finance chief. Leanne Geraghty has been appointed to the newly created position of chief customer and sales officer, reporting directly to chief executive ...

  • Airbus Helicopters H135 in NASA liverly

    Airbus delivers initial two H135 helicopters to NASA


    The initial pair of helicopters will be joined by a third example that is scheduled for delivery early next year.

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    Milestone Aviation signs six-unit deal as first leasing customer for H160


    Dublin-based Milestone Aviation has placed a firm order for six Airbus Helicopters H160s, as the airframer secures its first leasing customer for its new medium-twin. Destined for a variety of missions including offshore transportation and emergency medical services, the initial helicopter under the Milestone contract is due to be ...

  • Ajay-Singh-Spicejet

    ​SpiceJet to launch A330neo flights to London in December


    SpiceJet plans to operate nonstop Airbus A330neo flights from two points in India to London Heathrow from 4 December under an “air bubble” agreement.

  • TUI 737

    Separated main wheel overtook landing 737 after bearing failed


    UK investigators have attributed to bearing failure the detachment of a main landing-gear wheel from a TUI Airways Boeing 737-800 after touchdown at Manchester last year. But the inquiry has been unable to determine the root cause of the failure. It could not rule out a pre-existing fault or ...

  • AirAsia Japan A320

    AirAsia Group confirms AirAsia Japan closure


    Malaysia’s AirAsia Group has officially announced it will shut operations in Japan. “The company wishes to announce that it has today been notified of the decision taken by the board of directors of AirAsia Japan to cease its operations with immediate effect,” AirAsia Group says today ...

  • Kawasaki RC-2

    Tokyo inducts RC-2 for ELINT missions


    The Japan Air Self-Defence Force (JASDF) has inducted the Kawasaki RC-2 electronic intelligence (ELINT) aircraft, a variant of the C-2 tactical transport. The service inducted the type at its Iruma air base, according to a brief statement on its Facebook page. C-2 The ...

  • Asiana A350-900 freighter

    Asiana converts A350 to freighter, promotes A380 scenic flights


    Asiana Airlines has commenced operations with an Airbus A350-900 partially retrofitted as a maindeck freighter, as it plans scenic flights with its grounded A380s. The A350 renovation work involved removing 283 economy class seats and installing a steel panel on the floor “to ensure safety”, says the carrier. ...

  • Singapore Changi Terminal 1 Coronavirus

    Changi Airport warns of worsening financial impact from pandemic


    Singapore’s Changi Airport Group (CAG) expects the coronavirus outbreak — which has torpedoed most of the aviation industry — to “materially and adversely” impact its operating results for the coming financial year. Releasing its full-year results for the year ended 31 March, CAG says the pandemic’s impact “has been ...

  • Airpower Teaming System Factory

    Queensland to be production base for Boeing’s loyal wingman


    Boeing has confirmed that the state of Queensland, Australia, will be the production centre for its developmental Airpower Teaming System (ATS) unmanned loyal wingman aircraft. Boeing notes that the ATS is the first Boeing military aircraft to be designed outside the USA. It is also the first military aircraft ...

  • Gulfstream G700 fourth test aircraft

    Fourth G700 test aircraft operates maiden flight


    Gulfstream has operated the maiden flight of its fourth G700 test aircraft, as the company progresses testing for the new type. The 1h 56min sortie from the company’s Savannah, Georgia production facility occurred on Saturday 3 October, says Gulfstream. Source: Gulfstream The fourth G700 test ...

  • SAA Technical-c-SAAT

    SAA maintenance arm lifts service suspension against house carriers


    South African Airways’ maintenance arm, SAA Technical, has started reinstating its services after suspending them to four customers over outstanding payments. It says it has reached an agreement with two of these customers – SAA itself and sister carrier Mango – but is still holding talks with the other ...

  • El Al 787 in flight

    El Al loses argument as state accepts Kanfei as main shareholder


    Israeli authorities have granted investor Eli Rozenberg control of the largest shareholding in flag-carrier El Al, following the airline’s recent share issue. El Al has disclosed a communication from the Government Companies Authority giving consent of the special state shareholder of the airline to Kanfei Nesharim Aviation’s acquisition of ...

  • Boeing 777X 777-9

    GE to perform GE9X sand-ingestion tests in 2021


    GE Aviation in 2021 will kick off a GE9X test programme intended to validate the powerplant’s durability when operating in sandy, dusty conditions.

  • Army Chief of Staff General James McConville, right, and Air Force Chief of Staff General Charles Brown sign a two-year collaboration agreement

    US Army and USAF to jointly develop battlefield network, called CJADC2


    The US Army and the US Air Force signed an agreement to jointly develop a battlefield communications network, called Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control.

  • Grounded AA jets

    US House leader Pelosi promises airlines further aid


    US House of Representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi has promised relief for the aviation industry a day after airlines began furloughing staff as government financial aid expired.

  • United_Denver

    United to resume flights to more leisure destinations in November


    United will resume 40 international routes in November, including many to leisure and beach destinations like Hawaii, Mexico and the Caribbean.

  • Margrethe Vestager,

    European regulators propose extending temporary state aid exemptions


    European Commission regulators are proposing extending by a further six months and widening the scope of the temporary relaxations around state aid rules under which a string of airlines have been supported through the global pandemic. As the coronavirus crisis hit the Commission introduced, through three separate amendments, temporary ...