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Delta CSeries deliveries to begin this year

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Bombardier expects to begin delivering CSeries aircraft to Delta Air Lines this year, saying there is no longer any impediment to delivering CS100s straight from its Mirabel, Canada, final assembly line to the Atlanta-based airline. (atwonline.com) Más...

Bullets in carry-on baggage lead to flight delay at Victoria International Airport

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The passenger had been cleared through pre-board screening but a further review of an X-ray image identified what airport officials called a “threat item.” (www.timescolonist.com) Más...

Bombardier remains upbeat despite slide in business jet output

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Despite recording a year-on-year delivery slide in 2017, Bombardier is upbeat about its prospects in the business jet sector this year, pointing to higher output than forecast and strong fourth-quarter sales as signs of a market recovery. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

PICTURES: 'Qatar maroon' features in Air Italy livery

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The livery of Meridiana successor Air Italy was unveiled in Milan today by investors Qatar Airways and Alisarda. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

Sixty-six fatalities from Aseman ATR crash: ministry

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Iran's transport ministry says the loss of an ATR 72 turboprop operated by Iran Aseman Airlines has resulted in 66 fatalities. The ministry has established an operations centre to handle the aftermath of the crash. It states that the aircraft, operating between Tehran and Yasouj, came down near Semirom in west-central Iran. Fatalities included 60 passengers and six crew members, it adds. Iran's president has ordered the establishment of a commission to investigate the accident. The Iranian Civil… (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

Farts away! Plane makes unscheduled stop after man won't stop guffing

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An elderly man's flatulence forced his flight to make an emergency stop after a fight broke out over his barrage of bottom burps. Passengers flying with budget Dutch airline Transavia from Dubai to Amsterdam were reportedly put out by the man's continued farting, and asked him to stop. But the man failed to hold it in, and when even a direct order from the pilot didn't take the wind out of his sails, two particularly incensed passengers took matters into their own hands. Local media reported… (www.theregister.co.uk) Más...

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