Weekly newsletter 11/2016

Welcome Weekly newsletter 11/2016

Airbus and Boeing February 2016 O&D Roundup

Boeing delivered 55 commercial aircraft to 23 airlines, six lessors and one unidentified customer in February. Airbus had 46 commercial aircraft deliveries to 29 airlines and two lessors during the mo...

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AI 173: World’s longest all-women operated flight is ready for take off

With International Women’s Day round the corner, India’s national carrier airline, Air India, is all set to make history. Celebrating the power of women, the flight AI 173 that’ll ta...

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Bombardier C Series Aircraft Route-proving Takes Off in Europe

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced  that it has commenced CS100 aircraft route-proving exercises in Europe. The month-long program is underway with a dedicated CS100 route-proving aircraft...

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EASA OKs Bombardier Challenger 650

The Bombardier Challenger 650 received the nod from EASA, the Canadian aircraft manufacturer announced today. This approval comes about three months after the large-cabin business jet was certifi...

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Pratt & Whitney PurePower® Engines Complete First A321neo Flight

Pratt & Whitney’s PurePower Geared Turbofan™ engines successfully completed its first test flight on the Airbus A321neo. The PW1135G-JM engine, a 35,000 thrust class engine, for the Ai...

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Bell 505 Jet Ranger X moves forward with velocity

Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. company, announced continued program performance and outstanding customer response for the Bell 505 Jet Ranger X.. Launched at HELI-EXPO 2014, the program has m...

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25% more efficient by some clicks - Cargofeeder

How often aviation professionals see the information about new startups? Pretty often. Mostly they are in business aviation. That made us wondering, how are doing companies, who are newcomers on the m...

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French aviator plans to fly from Paris to New York in a biofuel plane

In the spirit of Charles Lindbergh, a French research company hopes to complete the first carbon-free trans-Atlantic flight later this year. The Eraole, an electric biofuel plane developed by Labor...

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Boeing advances 777X service entry: sources

Boeing has advanced the service entry date to late 2019 for its developmental 777X widebody twin, according to two people familiar with the programme. Although it is only potentially an acceleratio...

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Would a Bigger Airbus A350 Be a Boeing 777X Killer?

The so-called A350-8000 might be more fuel efficient than Boeing's 777-9 -- but that wouldn't make it more popular. After initially downplaying the idea, Airbus executives ha...

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Christophe Gibert - Happy Birthday!!!

When you work in an energetic, competitive business you have to be special to be one of the bests. There are "Sharks" who think to be special, "Players"....Maybe this is the reason I value the most Pe...

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lease of SUKHOI

Friends!Will consider your proposals for the lease of SUKHOI for a possible participation in Airshow in Bulgaria (April, 16-17), at the European Championships in the Czech Republic (August, 20-27) and...

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