Weekly newsletter 36/2016

Welcome our Weekly newsletter 36/2016

Ryanair Interested in Extra Boeing 737 Jets If Orders Canceled

Ryanair Holdings Plc could snap up more Boeing Co. 737s should other carriers shy away from orders amid softening demand, Chief Executive Office Michael O’Leary said. Ryanair is interested in...

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U.S. set to approve sales of Boeing fighters to Qatar, Kuwait, sources

The United States is poised to sell $7 billion worth of Boeing Co fighter jets to Qatar and Kuwait after years of delays, and it may start notifying U.S. lawmakers as early as next week, four U.S.- an...

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Leonardo-Finmeccanica signs new contracts for civil helicopters in South America

Leonardo-Finmeccanica announced  that five corporate helicopters have recently been sold to three customers in South America. The sales include one AgustaWestland AW169 and two GrandNew helicopte...

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Airbus shows ACJ319 at Jet Expo in Moscow

Airbus Corporate Jets is exhibiting an ACJ319, operated by MJet on VVIP charters, at the Jet Expo* show in Moscow. Part of the ACJ320 Family, which has the widest and tallest cabin of any busi...

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British Airways Returns To Iran

Intrepid travellers are expected to make Iran the new ‘must-see’ destination thanks to the start of direct flights to Tehran from Heathrow by British Airways. The new six times a week service is to...

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Bombardier Business Aircraft completes 75 120-month inspections on Global business jets

Bombardier Business Aircraft reaffirmed its tip-to-tail OEM expertise by announcing its Service Centre Network has now completed over 75 120-month heavy inspections on Global business jets....

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Russia’s A-100 AWACS plane to surpass foreign analogues — minister

The A-100 advanced long-range radar spotting aircraft that is currently being created in Russia surpasses the foreign analogues, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Friday at a teleconferen...

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Lufthansa wants to delay troubled Berlin airport inauguration

The airlines company has asked to reschedule the date for opening Berlin's brand new airport to summer 2018. The airport, which cost taxpayers over five billion euros, has been delayed by over fiv...

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Boeing’s struggle with 777 assembly robots adds to Everett production snarl

By Dominic Gates Boeing’s new robotic 777 fuselage-assembly system is gearing up very slowly, with some mishaps requiring rework. That’s compounding supplier issues to cause a buildup o...

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Gatwick planes near miss due to air traffic controller error

A passenger jet taking off from Gatwick Airport was involved in a near miss with a preceding aircraft, according to an official investigation. The UK Airprox Board (UKAB) investigated the incident...

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The Flightglobal Finance Forum: West Coast returns in November to San Francisco. As part of our finance series the event focuses on financing deliveries of new aircraft at a time when long t...

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JetExpo 2016

International Exhibition Jet Expo is one of the most important annual events in the sphere of business aviation in Russia and CIS countries, which gives a unique chance to meet representatives of the...

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MEBAA 2016

MEBAA Show is the foremost business aviation platform for the Middle East – offering you unrivalled access to the business aviation market in a highly focused environment. "Since we firs...

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