Weekly newsletter 40/2016

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Saudi airline to buy 63 planes from Airbus and Boeing

Alhamdan: “The new agreements reinforces the national carrier’s strength and raises its operational efficiency.” | Aljasser: “In just two years SAUDIA has signed agre...

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Bombardier CS300 Kicks-off European Route Proving Tour Alongside First Operator airBaltic

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced that its CS300 jetliner, the second CS300 flight test vehicle, has embarked on a series of European and Middle Eastern route-proving flights alongside fir...

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First A330neo starts its final assembly in Toulouse

Airbus has commenced the final assembly of its first A330neo, an A330-900, at its Final Assembly Line in Toulouse with the joining of the wings to the centre fuselage at station 40.  As the ne...

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Gulfstream sells final G150, marks end of 10-year production run

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced it has sold the last Gulfstream G150, marking the end of the mid-size aircraft's more than 10-year production run. The final G150 will be delivered to a c...

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Airbus Helicopters delivers first AS565 MBe Panther to the Mexican Navy

The Mexican Navy yesterday took delivery of the first of the ten AS565 MBe Panther helicopters it purchased in 2014, becoming the first customer in the world to receive the new version of this multi-r...

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Top 10 Most Luxurious Private Jets

Flying in style is of paramount importance to the affluent. The private jets are exorbitantly priced but with an embarrassment of riches at their disposal, the wealthy folks seek to make a statement e...

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Sikorsky Delivers Alaska’s First S-92® Search and Rescue Helicopter

Sikorsky announced that North Slope Borough (NSB), Alaska,  received its first S-92® helicopter dedicated to search and rescue. Acceptance of the aircraft occurred in a ceremony at Sikor...

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Top 10 Fastest Aircrafts In The World

There are very many aircraft that has exceeded the speed of mach 2.0. Some of them are research aircraft, some are military and some are simply flying for reconnaissance purposes. But there is always...

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Business jet sales slump forces Embraer to cut workforce

The Brazilian plane maker Embraer will cut nearly 8 per cent of its workforce through a voluntary buyout programme, slashing costs amid weak business jet sales and downsized defence contracts. Embr...

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Fatal consequences of miscommunication between pilots and air traffic controllers

Communication failures have been blamed for more than a thousand deaths in plane crashes, warns an Australian academic who has reviewed the language pilots and air traffic controllers use.  ...

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