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    LATAM moves JFK operations to Delta’s Terminal 4


    LATAM Airlines says it is moving its operations at New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Terminal 4, home to Delta Air Lines, as it begins to merge operations following Delta’s closing on a deal that gave it 20% of the Chilean carrier.

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    Southwest Airlines suspends 737 Max flights until June


    Southwest Airlines says it has taken the Boeing 737 Max aircraft out of its schedule until 6 June, suspending its service for two further months than previously planned, following similar moves by other US carriers in the past few weeks.

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    Joby Aviation and Toyota team up to develop eVTOL


    Joby Aviation, a California-based aerospace company building small electric take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles for potential air taxi service, says it has raised $590 million in Series C funding led by Toyota Motor Corporation.

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    Jet Edge expands with JetSelect acquisition


    Jet Edge International has snapped up JetSelect Aviation to become one of the largest business aircraft charter and management companies in the USA, with a fleet of 85 aircraft.

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    Dumont adds 27th Falcon 2000 and plans expansion


    US business aircraft services provider Dumont Aviation has taken delivery of its 27th and final pre-owned Dassault Falcon 2000 business jet from an undisclosed fractional ownership provider, and is planning to expand with a broader fleet and a European base under evaluation.

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    Boeing executives Muilenburg and McAllister forfeit equity benefits


    In a regulatory filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Boeing says that its former chief executive Dennis Muilenburg did not receive a severance or separation payment when he left the company late last year, forfeited numerous equity benefits and will not receive a bonus payment for 2019.

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    FAA proposes to fine Southwest Airlines $3.9m for incorrect weight and balance data


    The FAA has proposed to levy a $3.9 million fine on Southwest Airlines for operating more than 20,000 commercial flights with incorrect weight and balance calculations, potentially putting the safety of the flights into question.

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    US court approves Tamarack’s reorganisation plan


    Business aircraft winglet manufacturer Tamarack Aerospace is hoping to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection early in the second quarter, after a US court approved its reorganisation plan.

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    Boeing releases ‘damning’ employee correspondence about Max


    Boeing has released more than a hundred pages of documents to the US Congress, including internal text messages and emails which include language that mocks airline customers, the Federal Aviation Administration and other regulators, as the planemaker navigated the certification process of the now-grounded 737 Max.

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    First Praetor 500s enter service with Flexjet


    The first Embraer Praetor 500s have entered service with fractional ownership provider Flexjet, after a pair of the midsize jets were delivered to the US operator in late December.

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    How business aviation gives flight to angels


    They may be known as rich men’s toys, but private jets are now increasingly being used to get cancer sufferers to vital medical assistance, thanks to one determined US charity, the Corporate Angel Network

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    Spirit Airlines finalises Airbus order for 100 aircraft


    Airbus says that US ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines has finalised an order of 100 A320neo family aircraft as it renews its fleet and aims to grow by double-digits through the mid 2020s.

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    American Airlines and Boeing agree on 737 Max compensation


    American Airlines says it has come to a confidential agreement with Boeing to compensate it for the losses it incurred due to the grounding of the 737 Max following two fatal accidents, and that it will be sharing the compensation with its employees.

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    Quantum Air choses OSM to train its pilots


    OSM Aviation Academy, a Scandinavian pilot training company with a location in San Diego, says that start-up air taxi operator Quantum Air has chosen the academy as a preferred pilot training partner.

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    Gulf Air and Royal Jordanian suspend service to Iraq amid regional tensions


    The Kingdom of Bahrain’s flag carrier Gulf Air and Jordan’s Royal Jordanian Airlines say they have suspended service to Iraq after a sharp escalation of political tensions in the region.

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    Bombardier G5500 and 6500 gain FAA certification


    Bombardier says that its Global 5500 and 6500 have received FAA certification, completing its approval requirements in three of the world’s major jurisdictions and allowing it to begin delivery of the aircraft to customers.

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    Spirit AeroSystems to halt 737 airframe production in January


    Wichita airframe manufacturer Spirit AeroSystems will suspend production of Boeing 737 fuselages in January 2020 in what amounts to a massive fallout from the grounding of the 737 Max.

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    United links San Francisco and Dublin from June 2020


    United Airlines will add a daily San Francisco-Dublin flight beginning next summer, joining Aer Lingus on a route linking tech centers on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

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    Delta to rejoin US lobby group A4A four years after policy-driven breakup


    Delta Air Lines intends to resume its membership with US airline lobbying organisation Airlines for America (A4A) in 2020, more than four years after the carrier ditched the trade group amid policy disputes.

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    Wheels Up combines with Delta Private Jets


    US charter companies Wheels Up and Delta Private Jets (DPJ) have combined to create one the largest business aircraft operations in the USA with a fleet of 190 jets and turboprops. The deal announced in December and scheduled to close in the first quarter of 2020, will see DPJ ...