Weekly Newsletter 42/2020

Cannes Aviation Academy acquires second ALSIM AL42 simulator

The ATO Cannes Aviation Academy, located in the South of France, renews its confidence in ALSIM in acquiring a second simulator, an AL42. The AL42 is the exact replica of the Diamond DA42, built usin...

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Ampaire flies longest route to date for an Electrified Aircraft

Ampaire, a pioneer in electric aviation, has accomplished the longest flight to date for any commercially relevant aircraft employing electric propulsion, in this case a hybrid-electric propulsion sys...

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Simavia becomes a certified TBM Russia Service Center

Krasnodar-based Simavia has received Russian certification which enables this company to operate as an authorized Service Center for TBM very fast turboprop aircraft in Russia and the countries of Arm...

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Welcome to the unique circle of flight professionals - Flight Level 470

Flight Level 470 (FL470) is a unique network of flight crews specializing in Business Aviation. It brings together more than 660 Dassault Falcon, Bombardier Global and VIP Flight Attendants. F...

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New Airbus customer - SKY express orders four A320neo

Athens-based airline, SKY express, has placed a firm order for four A320neo aircraft, becoming a new Airbus customer. In addition, the Greek airline recently leased two A320neos from ACG Aviation Capi...

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Dassault expands FalconCare Maintenance program with new options

Dassault Aviation recently signed its 500th contract for its FalconCare guaranteed maintenance program and further expanded the program—already the most comprehensive in the industry—to me...

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Business Aviation, Women and the Caribbean

CARIBAVIA has announced that it will hold its annual Caribbean Aviation Meetup in June 2021. It is not that a Caribbean conference is just for the stakeholders in the region. On the contrary. A Canadi...

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The Number of Passengers Handled at Riga Airport Drops by Almost 70%

Operational data on the Airport performance in the first nine months of this year show that only 1.8 million passengers were handled at Riga Airport, which accounts for only about a third of last year...

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Meet Eve, the first spin-off from EmbraerX, shape the future of Urban Air Mobility

Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions has been launched as a new, independent company dedicated to accelerating the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) ecosystem. Eve is developing a full portfolio of solutions to en...

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JetBook is launching new aviation-themed Diary

JetBook confirmed today launching JetBook 2021 Diary and Planner. It is the World’s First International Aviation-Themed Diary and Planner which will be available in Three Different Versions!&nbs...

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The Specialized Cargo Apron Starts Operating at Riga Airport

The new specialized cargo handling apron started operating at Riga Airport 16 October, welcoming “Atlas Air” Boeing 747-47U (F) aircraft. The new apron covers an area o...

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TECNAM P92 Echo MkII - back to the future with EU 600kg category

Tecnam announced the certification of the P92 Echo MkII light aircraft to the new German 600kg rules, the latest version of the EASA Basic Regulation that now allows for 600kg MTOW Ultr...

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