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UK measures for aviation post-Brexit not enough

UK measures for aviation post-Brexit not enough IATA says it is concerned about flight disruptions in weeks following Brexit Dubai: Measures taken by the United Kingdom to avoid disruptions in the aviation sector after the country leaves the European Union are not enough, the International Air... Read More

January 12th, 2019
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Delta Air Lines has ordered an additional 15 Airbus A220s and converted part of a previous order to the larger A220-300 model.

Delta Air Lines has ordered an additional 15 Airbus A220s and converted part of a previous order to the larger A220-300 model. The latest deal, for the 130-seat A220-300, builds onto an April 2016 order for 75 A220-100s. As part of the latest agreement, Delta has converted 35 of that order to the... Read More

January 12th, 2019
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Strong December Fails To Lift Airbus Orders Above Boeing

Strong December Fails To Lift Airbus Orders Above Boeing Even with a strong final quarter, including 386 orders in December alone, Airbus failed to reach Boeing’s net total of 893, giving the US company bragging rights after five years of Airbus topping the sales chart. Boeing also beat Airb... Read More

January 12th, 2019
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Two men killed in Spanish mountains plane crash

Two men killed in Spanish mountains plane crash Two men have been killed in a light aircraft crash in mountains in Spain. Pilots Simon Moores, from Westgate on Sea, and David Hockings, of Herstmonceux, were flying from Portugal to Kent on Wednesday. The Piper single-engine aircraft, owned b... Read More

January 12th, 2019
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A first class gaffe: Cathay to honor cheap ticket error

A first class gaffe: Cathay to honor cheap ticket error It took two days for Cathay to publicly acknowledge the error Hong Kong: Scores of savvy travellers will be relaxing in first-class recliners on Cathay Pacific flights this year after the airline agreed to honour tickets that were mistake... Read More

January 6th, 2019
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Ryanair Gets UK Air Operator Certificate

Ryanair Gets UK Air Operator Certificate Ryanair has received its UK air operators certificate (AOC), allowing the Irish airline to fly domestic and international flights within and from Britain after the UK leaves the European Union in March. The airline welcomed the decision and said the ris... Read More

January 6th, 2019
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Start Up US Airline Moxy Orders 60 A220s

Start Up US Airline Moxy Orders 60 A220s New US airline Moxy has signed a firm order to purchase 60 Airbus A220-300 aircraft. The start-up low cost carrier, led by former JetBlue founder David Neeleman, will launch operations with the A220 after the order was signed in late December. At list p... Read More

January 6th, 2019
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