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Nigeria's Air Peace Demands 'Heathrow Or Nothing'

Air Peace is urging UK authorities to allow slots access at London Heathrow (LHR) and rejected the offer to fly from London Stansted or Gatwick. LHR slots are highly valuable due to its status as one of the busiest aviation hubs globally, offering extensive connectivity and elevating an airline's presence. In congested airports like LHR, the demand for slots far exceeds the limited supply, leading to expensive deals and fierce competition among airlines. Air Peace is urging UK authorities… (www.msn.com) More...

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FAA Issues New AD on Boeing 737 Fuselage Skin Crack

This cracking occurred just below the S–14R fuselage skin lap splice, precisely where a lower skin panel buckle intersected with the upper skin of the lap splice. (aviationa2z.com) More...

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FAA Issues Airworthiness Directive for GE90 Engines on Boeing 777 Aircraft

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has taken action following General Electric’s (GE) discovery of iron inclusion in GE90 engines, which power Boeing 777 aircraft. The FAA has issued a provisional airworthiness directive, highlighting potential safety concerns associated with this issue. (www.airguide.info) More...

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jetBlue Expands European Presence with Boston to Amsterdam Flights

American Hybrid airline jetBlue continues to expand its European presence with flights from Boston to Amsterdam. On Wednesday, the New York-based airline inaugurated services from Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS) to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS). This announcement marks the airline's third transatlantic service from Boston, with London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports already being served. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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JetBlue Seeks More Routes For A220 Fleet

JetBlue Airways is mulling the future route map to be covered by its growing fleet of Airbus A220s, as the airline takes advantage of the European type’s improved range and economics over its predecessor aircraft. The US carrier currently has 18 A220s in the fleet and expects to take delivery of about 20 more in 2024. The aircraft is replacing Embraer 190s: “With a range of up to 3,350 nautical miles and a 40% lower fuel burn per seat than [our] E190 aircraft, the favorable economics open the… (aviationweek.com) More...

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India's aviation authorities say they can't interfere in Akasa dispute

India's aviation authorities have ruled out intervening in a dispute between Akasa Air and its pilots after the budget carrier accused the regulator of inaction, a legal filing shows. Over 40 of Akasa's 450 pilots quit without serving their notice in recent weeks, and the airline has sued some of them and challenged Indian authorities in court for not acting on its requests to deal with alleged pilot "misconduct". The airline has also warned of a shut down due to the crisis. (www.msn.com) More...


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