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Essential news for 19 Nov 2023

Embraer E190-E2 and E195-E2 attains Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore type certification

Embraer E190-E2 and E195-E2 have attained type certification from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. Scoot, low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, is due to operate the E190-E2 from 2024. Recently, Embraer and CAE announced the establishment in Singapore of a state-of-the-art E2 full flight simulator and pilot training program, which will commence operations by the end o...

Norse Atlantic Airways: historic landing of the Dreamliner 787 for scientific research in Antarctica

Norse Atlantic Airways marks a groundbreaking milestone in aviation history with the first landing of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner, registration LN-FNC, named "Everglades," at Troll Airfield (QAT) in Antarctica. Led by Norse Atlantic Airways and contracted by the Norwegian Polar Institute and Aircontact, Scandinavia’ largest and leading air broker firm, this historic mi...

Paving the way for luxury private aviation - upcoming ExecuJet Middle East DWC facility

During Dubai Airshow 2023 ExecuJet Middle East announced the upcoming completion of its new headquarters at Al MaktoumInternational Airport (DWC). The future of luxury aviation will take off with the launch of this new facility, expected to be operational before year end. ExecuJet has been leading the way in private aviation for over two decades, both in the Middle East and beyond. With the c...

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International Flight Center offers preleasing for Miami hangar complex

International Flight Center at Miami Executive Airport (KTMB) is poised to offer aviators a new home base where luxury comes standard. With construction of the FBO 84,000-square-foot hangar complex well underway, current and prospective customers now have the opportunity to prelease their space at Miami’s premier gateway.   Slated for completion in the first qua...

Strategic supplier agreement for Overture and Symphony - Boom Supersonic & Latecoere

Boom Supersonic has selected Latecoere to join its growing network of global suppliers. As part of the agreement, Latecoere’s engineering team in Toulouse, France will work with Boom engineers to define the complete electrical wiring interconnection system architecture, a key system for both Overture and Symphony.The EWIS will comprise over 103 kilometers (64 miles) of wiring, requ...

Purdue, Flexjet partner to launch AeroSphere for Business Aviation

Flexjet and Purdue University’ Center for Research and Education in Advanced Technology Ecosystems signed an exclusive agreement to develop AeroSphere for Business Aviation – a living ecosystem where learning, working, and innovation converge. It is a state-of-the-art hub, combining an innovative aviation education facility with one of the largest private aviation operators in the...