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UK confirms new deal for 17 F-35Bs

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The UK Ministry of Defence has ordered its next 17 Lockheed Martin F-35Bs, as part of a 255-unit, multinational framework agreement announced by the US Department of Defense. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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Planet Nine Private Air adds another Falcon 7X to its charter fleet

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Planet Nine Private Air Limited (“P9PA”), North America’s newest boutique ultra long-haul charter specialist introduced its third VIP 16-seat Falcon 7X (N919NE) into service last week. The aircraft’s arrival rounds off a frenetic first six months for the Van Nuys, California based operator, recently accredited with WYVERN WINGMAN status, under the new onsite flight leader programme, coinciding with NBAA-BACE last month. (www.aviation24.be) Más...

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Boeing 737 flies into brick wall - and just keeps going

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737 flies though wall and electronics and still keeps going... (www.sfgate.com) Más...

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Lion Air crash victim's father files U.S. lawsuit against Boeing

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An Indonesia man, whose son was killed when a Lion Air flight crashed last month, has sued Boeing Co alleging that a defect in the design of the 737 MAX 8 aircraft caused it to crash. (uk.reuters.com) Más...

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Les dirigeants de Bombardier sous examen de l'AMF.

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L'Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) va déclencher une enquête sur les transactions des dirigeants de Bombardier effectuées avant que l'entreprise procède à des mesures importantes, un licenciement de 5000 employés, geste susceptible d'influencer le cours de l'action. Les vérifications déjà entreprises par l'Autorité vont non seulement se poursuivre, mais on demandera en surplus que les transactions liées au programme spécial dont ont profité les dirigeants soient… (www.lapresse.ca) Más...

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Photos: PAL Airlines Dash 8 Suffers Forced Landing In Newfoundland

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A PAL Airlines de Havilland Canada DHC-8-300 aircraft has suffered a nose gear up landing in Stephenville Airport, Newfoundland, sustaining damage to the fuselage. No passengers were injured. The turboprop aircraft, performing flight 1922 to Deer Lake, was carrying 47 passengers and 4 crew. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Azul sees mounting delays in A330neo programme

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Brazilian carrier Azul is in "very tough" discussions with Airbus over when it will take its first A330-900, as customers face nearly year-long delays for the re-engined widebody. "We're having very tough discussions with Airbus on when," Priscilla Branco, head of aircraft programmes at the Viracopos-based carrier, tells FlightGlobal at the ISTAT Latin America forum in Lima today. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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Latam Unveils First Painted 777, Adds Montego Bay To Its Network

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LATAM Airlines welcomed its first Boeing 777-300(ER) fully painted in the airline’s new colors. Also, it announced the addition of a new Caribbean destination from Lima to Montego Bay, Jamaica, starting from July 1, 2019. The Boeing 777 arrived from Abu Dhabi this week, sporting the airline’s revised livery. For the new route to Montego Bay, however, the aircraft of choice will be the Airbus A320, offering 174 passengers in a three-class configuration. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 flight #WN1486 stabilizer damaged during takeoff

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Southwest flight #WN1486 experienced bird strike minutes after take-off from Pittsburgh-Intl Airport (KPIT). Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 (reg. N8509U) from Pittsburgh to Ft. Myers was damaged on takeoff due to bird strike with a goose to the stabilizer. Pilots quickly decided to return to Pittsburgh. (www.airlive.net) Más...

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Venezuela announces commercial alliance with Air Europa

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Venezuela's Vice President of the economy Tareck El Aissami on Thursday announced the commercial alliance with the tourism and airline services company Air Europa. During a press conference, El Aissami said they have "sealed a very important deal, which could be called historic, with Air Europa whom we thank for having confidence in Venezuela." He said that the alliance consists of an "important investment in the area of hotels, and a strategic and commercial alliance with… (www.xinhuanet.com) Más...

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JetBlue Rolls Out Face Recognition Boarding Passes

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JetBlue rolled out today its latest passenger experience upgrade at New York-JFK, where customers flying to select international destinations can board their flights via a biometric self-boarding gate that is powered by a facial recognition technology that verifies travelers with a photo capture. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Emirates Profits Drop By 53%: High Fuel Prices, Currency Instability

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Emirates’ profitability has been reduced by 53% according to its published reports released this week. Profits dropped to $296 million due to a 37% increase in fuel costs as well as the negative impact of currencies in certain markets. The Emirates Group’s revenue, however, has increased by 10% to $14.8 billion from $13.5 billion in the same period last year. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Alaska Airlines Returns To Paine Field After 55 Years: Bookings Now Open

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Alaska Airlines has opened bookings for its 18 daily brand-new flights from Paine Field (PAE) to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Portland, and Phoenix, all set to launch on February 11, 2019, pending on government's approval. The carrier is now officially returning to PAE after a 55-year hiatus. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Boeing Guidance on 737 Max Stall Protection System Under Fire

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Boeing failed to communicate with 737 Max operators new procedures for addressing cases in which the airplane’s automatic stall prevention system commands the nose of the airplane downward, potentially resulting the kind of steep dive that appears to have led to the fatal crash of Lion Air Flight 610, according to pilot union officials quoted by the Wall Street Journal. Meant to improve pitch response at high angles of attack and prevent pilots from raising the airplane’s nose too high, the… (www.ainonline.com) Más...

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No cause found yet for Leicester City helicopter crash

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UK investigators have so far been unable to discover why a Leonardo Helicopters AW169 lost control and crashed shortly after take-off, killing all five on board. In its initial report into the 27 October incident, the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch says that the "cause of the apparent loss of yaw control has yet to be determined". "Investigation of the tail rotor control system is being carried out as a priority," it says. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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Pilot gender imbalance will take time to fix: EasyJet

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A global imbalance in the number of female compared with male pilots is going to take "some time to change", believes EasyJet’s chief operating officer Chris Browne. Speaking at the Accelerate Aviation conference in London today, Browne says that worldwide only 5% of pilots are female and that "until recently" they could all fit on board a single Airbus A380. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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Aerial Support Key to Fighting Southern California Fires

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As a resident of Agoura Hills, one of the communities evacuated as a result of the devastating Woolsey Fire, I was closely watching the progression of the fire as it quickly ravaged the hillsides surrounding our neighborhood. The fire flared up on Thursday afternoon and within less than 30 hours had burned through 70,000 acres, fueled by raging Santa Ana winds topping 50 mph. The strong winds prevented aerial firefighters from attacking the flames. The only reason few homes in Oak Park, Agoura… (www.flyingmag.com) Más...

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Gulfstream G600 approaching the finishing line

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Gulfstream has almost wrapped up certification tests on its G600, with flight into known icing, and function and reliability trials the only evaluations remaining before US approval is granted for the super-large-cabin, long-range business jet later this year. The five aircraft in the flight-test fleet have accumulated more than 2,700h across 715 sorties, and the aircraft remains on track for service entry in early 2019, the US airframer says. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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Japan Airlines pilots failed alcohol tests 19 times since since August 2017 causing 12 flight delays

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Japan Airlines pilots have failed breathalyzer alcohol tests on 19 occasions since August 2017, causing 12 domestic flight delays due to pilot switches, JAL officials have revealed to the Mainichi Shimbun. The major airline introduced a new type of detector for in-house checks that month. The revelation comes on the heels of the arrest of a JAL co-pilot in London by British police in October this year for allegedly arriving for duty on a flight to Haneda Airport in Tokyo with alcohol levels… (www.airlive.net) Más...

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China Southern to leave SkyTeam

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China Southern has announced that it will leave the SkyTeam alliance next year as it pursues new partnerships with carriers around the world. In disclosures to the Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges, the carrier says it will not renew its SkyTeam membership from 1 January 2019, and that it will complete the transition arrangements within the year. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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Manufacturer had concerns about engine part that led to woman's death on Southwest flight

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(CNN)The design of an engine fan blade that snapped on a Southwest flight in April, breaking an airplane window and partially sucking a woman out of it, has been a concern since the engine's earliest days, the manufacturer told investigators at a hearing Wednesday. The hearing before the National Transportation Safety Board and an NTSB report also revealed frightening new details about the chaotic scene aboard Flight 1380, when pilots heard a loud bang, wind roared into the cabin through… (www.cnn.com) Más...

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