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Boeing schedules first 777X flight for 23 January

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Boeing has scheduled the 777X’s maiden sortie for 23 January, an event that will finally kick off the revamped widebody’s delayed flight-test programme and potentially keep the airframer on track to begin deliveries in early 2021. Under the manufacturer’s current schedule, the 777-9 test aircraft should depart at around 10:00 Seattle time on the 23rd, although Boeing cautions that the timing “could change due to weather and other factors”. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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Trading halted after Boeing doesn’t expect regulators to allow the 737 MAX to fly until June

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Boeing doesn’t expect regulators to sign off on the 737 Max until June or July, people familiar with the matter said Tuesday. That date is months later than the manufacturer previously expected. The delays pose another headache for carriers who have already missed one peak travel season without the planes. Shares of the aircraft manufacturer fell on the news, falling by more than 5% in the mid-afternoon before trading was halted. (www.airlive.net) Más...

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Embraer considers developing a 70-seat turboprop aircraft to compete with ATR

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Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer considers launching a turboprop aircraft program through the new joint venture established with its North American partner Boeing. (airlinerwatch.com) Más...

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Report of C130 Fire Tanker crash in Australia

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The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) is investigating reports of a large air tanker which crashed in the state's south. In a statement, it said "contact had been lost with a Large Air Tanker which was working in the Snowy Monaro area". "Local ground crews indicate the aircraft may have crashed," the RFS said in a statement. "A number of helicopters are in the area carrying out a search." There is an emergency warning in place for a blaze burning towards… (www.msn.com) Más...

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Boeing plans 737 MAX aircraft return to service in mid-2020

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The Boeing Company informed customers and suppliers on Tuesday that they are currently estimating that the ungrounding of the 737 MAX will begin during mid-2020. (dcnewsroom.blogspot.com) Más...

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Boeing's safety vs. cost-control culture may be what sent a fatal aircraft into the skies

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Internal fight goes back to amalgamation with McDonnell Douglas, engineer says (www.cbc.ca) Más...

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Boeing seeks to borrow $10 billion or more as 737 Max crisis wears on

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Boeing Co (BA.N) is in talks with banks about borrowing $10 billion (£7.7 billion) or more amid rising costs after the two fatal 737 Max crashes, CNBC reported on Monday citing people familiar with the matter. (www.cnbc.com) Más...

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Cathay Pacific Crew Demand Right To Wear Masks Amid Coronavirus Fears

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Cathay Pacific cabin crew members are asking their employer for the right to wear masks in fear of contracting the new fast-spreading Coronavirus. (simpleflying.com) Más...

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LOT Polish Airlines To Take Over Condor

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Following the demise of Thomas Cook Airlines, the Polish Aviation Group PGL, owner of LOT Polish Airlines, is set to take over German leisure carrier, Condor. The deal was announced earlier today in Poland and should be finalized by April 2020 once regulatory approval is granted by the European Commission. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Boeing discovers issue with 737 Max flight computers, source says

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Boeing's troubled 737 Max has run into a new glitch. During a recent technical review involving the Max, Boeing observed an issue with the plane's flight computers, according to a source familiar with the matter. The source said the issue is not related to the software revisions Boeing made to address the cause of two fatal crashes that killed 346 people, and would not occur during flight. The Max has been grounded since March following the second of those crashes. (www.cnn.com) Más...

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How Boeing’s Responsibility in a Deadly Crash ‘Got Buried’

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After a Boeing 737 crashed near Amsterdam more than a decade ago, the Dutch investigators focused blame on the pilots for failing to react properly when an automated system malfunctioned and caused the plane to plummet into a field, killing nine people. (www.msn.com) Más...

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French Bee Could Become The Most Efficient Long Haul Carrier

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French Bee, a small but unique airline, is set to become the world’s most efficient long haul carrier. (simpleflying.com) Más...

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DOT Proposal Wants To “Ban” Emotional Support Animals

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The United States Department of Transportation has put out a new proposal that would make it more difficult for passengers to travel with any emotional support animal that is not a dog. (www.gatechecked.com) Más...

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Boeing's new CEO orders rethink on New mid-market jetliner project

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LONDON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Boeing Co's <BA.N> new chief executive has sent the aerospace giant back to the drawing board on proposals for a new mid-market aircraft, effectively shelving in their current form plans worth $15 billion-$20 billion (www.yahoo.com) Más...

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Aviation executive urges Boeing to ditch ‘MAX’ name for future planes

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The chairman of a large aircraft leasing firm wants Boeing to ditch the MAX moniker for its long-grounded fleet of planes. (nypost.com) Más...

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Canadian waterbomber plane crashes while fighting Australia bushfires

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A Canadian-owned C-130 Hercules air tanker crashed while fighting bushfires in Australia’s alpine region on Thursday, killing all three of its crew, authorities said. (uk.reuters.com) Más...

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Sweden Wants To Introduce Overnight Trains As An Alternative To Air Travel

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As more countries look at ways to cutting down on their carbon footprint, Sweden is looking at launching an overnight sleeper rail service from Malmö to Cologne, Germany, with further stops to other parts of Europe. (www.gatechecked.com) Más...

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Airbus Conducts Successful Tests in Pilotless Flights

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The future is here! After decades of autonomous airplanes being nothing but talk, Airbus has confirmed a test aircraft took off automatically at Toulouse-Blagnac airport in France last December, along with a series of successful tests on autopilot. (www.msn.com) Más...

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Wuhan China's 11 Million People Face Quarantine as Virus Fears Spread

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Some trains and flights out of the central Chinese city have been canceled as concerns from a new coronavirus grows. On Flightaware, a search for airport WUH (ZHHH) shows realtime airline activity and destinations. (foreignpolicy.com) Más...

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Airbus 330-200, newest addition to National Airlines aircraft fleet

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Florida-based National Airlines announced Wednesday they have added an Airbus 330-200 as its newest addition to its fleet, joining Boeing 747-400 Freighter and Boeing 757-200 aircraft. (dcnewsroom.blogspot.com) Más...

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Happy 14th Birthday FlightAware!

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Happy Birthday Flightaware! May you have many more! (flightaware.com) Más...

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Boeing Does Not Have An Answer To The Airbus A220 Yet

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The acquisition of Bombardier C-Series (rebranded as A220) program positions Airbus very strongly against Boeing for long-term future in the narrow-body space. (seekingalpha.com) Más...

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Air France-KLM is seeking to buy Malaysia Airlines

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Proposals to invest in ailing Malaysia Airlines include one from Air France-KLM, which wants as much as 49%. Air France-KLM said it had previously held talks with Malaysia Airlines’ owners but was not currently involved in the sale process. Malaysia’s government has found the proposals from foreign airlines more attractive, but the sovereign wealth fund that owns Malaysia Airlines favors a deal with AirAsia, one of the sources said. (www.airlive.net) Más...

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Panel Clears 737 MAX’s Safety-Approval Process at FAA

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A federal advisory panel evaluating the safety-approval process for Boeing Co.’s 737 MAX concluded regulators adhered to policies in certifying the plane and determined it wouldn’t have been safer if it had received the scrutiny of an all-new aircraft. Lee Moak, co-chair of the independent committee set up last year, declined to identify mistakes made during certification of the now-grounded jets, instead describing current procedures as “appropriate and effective.” (www.google.com) Más...

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Coronavirus: UK to monitor flights from China as precaution

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The UK is to monitor flights arriving from China, as part of a series of precautionary measures after the spread of a new coronavirus. (www.bbc.com) Más...

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F-35C arrives in Miramar as first in Department of Defense

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The F-35C landed in Miramar (San Diego), the first of its kind for the Department of Defense, according to officials at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. (www.10news.com) Más...

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CALC Orders 40 Additional Airbus A321neo Aircraft

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China’s first aircraft operating lessor, headquartered in Hong Kong, China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited (CALC), has placed a large order with Airbus for 40 additional A321neo aircraft. CALC has previously placed an order for 11 Airbus A321neos and, as part of this new deal, has converted 15 of its A320neo backlog to A321neo aircraft. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Swoop Is Now Adding $2.56 Surcharge To Offset Costs For Air Passenger Rights Rules

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Over the course of 2019, Canada put into effect a series of new air passenger rights rules, but one of the concerns was that airlines would push back by increasing tickets prices. So said, so done. (www.gatechecked.com) Más...

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A Boeing 737 MAX Name Change Would Be Silly

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On Monday one of the large Boeing 737 MAX customers suggested that the manufacturer should rename the aircraft. However, Boeing’s new CEO David Calhoun has said changing the name will be silly. (simpleflying.com) Más...

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Airbus adds new A321 production capabilities in France to meet strong demand

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European planemaker Airbus (AIR.PA) said on Tuesday that it had decided to create new A321 production capacity at its French site in Toulouse, in order to cope with strong demand. (uk.reuters.com) Más...

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Ryanair Boeing 737 Returns To Bucharest With Cabin Full Of Smoke

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A Ryanair Boeing 737-800 had to return to its departure airport earlier today as the cabin was filled with smoke. (simpleflying.com) Más...

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US airports begin screening passengers for Chinese coronavirus

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Travelers from Wuhan, China, flying through airports in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be screened for the virus. (thehill.com) Más...

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Delta launches innovative solution for pet travel

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Delta Air Lines is ushering in a new best-in-class travel experience for pets and their owners with the exclusive launch of CarePod. (worldairlinenews.com) Más...

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Dubai to screen passengers on China flights amid virus outbreak

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Dubai will screen passengers arriving on direct flights from China, the emirate’s airport operator said on Thursday, as the coronavirus outbreak in China that has killed 17 spreads. (uk.reuters.com) Más...

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City Council approves United Airlines for 24 more gates at DIA

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On Tuesday night, the Denver City Council unanimously approved an amendment granting United Airlines access to 24 more gates at Denver International Airport. (www.denverpost.com) Más...

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UK Military Flight Training System expands with order of four H145 helicopters

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Airbus Helicopters in the United Kingdom is to provide four additional H145 helicopters as part of an expansion of the UK Military Flight Training System. (dcnewsroom.blogspot.com) Más...

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Iran acknowledges missiles made by Russia targeted Ukrainian passenger jet

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Iran acknowledged on Tuesday that its armed forces fired two Russian anti-aircraft missiles at a Ukrainian jetliner that crashed after taking off from Tehran‘s main airport earlier this month, killing all 176 people on board. (globalnews.ca) Más...

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Eviation Alice damaged in fire

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A electrical fire damaged the Eviation Alice all electric aircraft prototype, while undergoing tests at Prescott Regional Airport in Arizona. (www.jetflightpro.com) Más...

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Titan Airways Selects A321LRs As Boeing 757 Replacement

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Titan Airways announced plans to replace its two aging Boeing 757-200s with the Airbus A321LR as part of its plans to become an all-Airbus operator. Titan Airways currently operates a mixed fleet of Boeing and Airbus planes but plans to have completed the transition to an all-Airbus fleet by 2021. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Competition for the airlines? Night trains are back on Belgian rails

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Monday morning at Brussels-Midi, a night train (from Vienna) will be welcomed for the first time since the end of 2003, at the initiative of the Austrian national railway company ÖBB. (www.aviation24.be) Más...

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Carbon nanotube film produces aerospace-grade composites with no need for huge ovens or autoclaves

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Using carbon nanotubes, an MIT team has produced aerospace-grade components without the need for building-sized vessels and using only 1% of the energy. (news.mit.edu) Más...

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Boeing won't wait for FAA approval to start building 737 Max again

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New York (CNN) Boeing plans to restart the production of the troubled 737 Max months before regulators approve the plane to fly again, CEO Dave Calhoun said Wednesday. Calhoun, holding his first press conference since taking the top job at Boeing last week, said it is important that Boeing gets the assembly line in Renton, Washington, going again sooner rather than later. Boeing continued to build the plane throughout 2019, even after the grounding of the jet in March following two fatal crashes… (www.cnn.com) Más...

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Spirit To Launch Nonstop Flights From Fort Lauderdale To Oakland

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Low-Cost, fast-growing Airline Spirit Airlines plans to start flights from its base in Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Oakland (OAK), starting on April 1, 2020, running daily for the entire summer season. Spirit will be the only carrier operating the route. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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FAA broadens emergency order in wake of 777 engine failure

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Operators of Boeing 777-300ERs are being ordered urgently to remove another batch of interstage seals from General Electric GE90 engines, following an uncontained failure last October. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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SAA vows to re-accommodate passengers as it cancels flights to save cash

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South African Airways confirmed on Tuesday that it was in the process of cancelling and consolidating selected local and international flights, in part to save cash. It has vowed to re-accommodate local and international fliers. (www.fin24.com) Más...

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