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Airline spells own name wrong on plane

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Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific has had to send a new plane back to the paint shop after the company's name was spelled incorrectly on it. Travellers spotted the mistake at Hong Kong International Airport and contacted the airline. It painted its name as "Cathay Paciic" on the side of the jet. (www.aviationrepublic.com) Más...

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Airbus Boosts ACJ Fleet in Russia, CIS

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The number of VIP-configured Airbus aircraft operating in the Commonwealth of Independent States has increased to 29, Airbus Corporate Jets announced last week at the Russian Business Aviation Exposition (RUBAE 2018) in Moscow. The most recent example is an ACJ320, first flown on August 14 and handed over shortly to Moscow-based business jet company Meridian. (www.ainonline.com) Más...

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Boeing to launch the 797 NMA officially at Paris Air Show in June 2019

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Seattle - Dennis Muilenburg, the Boeing boss, revealed nothing new about the Boeing's long-discussed NMA program at Farnborough Airshow this year. But internally, Boeing follows a precise timeline for its New Mid-market Airplane that is unofficially dubbed 797 by the industry. Teams in Seattle are working towards a program launch announcement at the Paris Air Show in June 2019 Jon Ostrower reports (airlinerwatch.com) Más...

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United Airlines Launches A New Boarding Process That Cuts Down On Congestion

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Saddle up to the gate on your next United flight and you may notice that there's now a different system in place for loading passengers. Just this week, Chicago-based United Airlines updated its boarding process to rely on fewer boarding lanes, a move that will cut down on congestion and potentially speed up passenger loading. (www.forbes.com) Más...

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Are Airbus And Boeing Running Out Of Names For Planes?

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Are Boeing and Airbus approaching a name crisis? For Boeing, the “crisis” is acute. After a 60-year run of 7XX-series aircraft starting with the 707, only the 797 name has yet to be assigned. Airbus too is running out of A3XX names for its popular jetliners. If the aircraft consortium sticks with the same nomenclature, only the A360, A370, and A390 names still remain. (www.forbes.com) Más...

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Airbus to use aircraft as runway safety sensors

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Airports today use a combination of visual observations and spot-checks to assess runway contamination, ground surface friction and braking action reports from pilots although checking the entire width and length of the runway is difficult. (airtrafficmanagement.keypublishing.com) Más...

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Air France Boeing 777 near Paris on Sep 18th 2018, burning smell on board

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An Air France Boeing 777-200, registration F-GSPP performing flight AF-474 from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Panama City (Panama), was enroute at FL300 about 190nm southwest of Paris when the crew decided to return to Paris due to a light burning odour on board (www.aeroinside.com) Más...

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Ryanair cabin crew in five countries to strike Sept 28

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Ryanair cabin crew from five European countries will go on strike on September 28, threatening hundreds of flights in the latest round of a bitter tussle between unions and the budget airline's management. (phys.org) Más...

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Ground handling segment in Brazil received court injunction on payroll reoneration

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Aviation in Brazil is one of the sectors of the economy that has lost the tax benefit and will have to return to contribute to the INSS at a rate of 20% on payroll. Currently, they pay on the gross revenue amount. Abesata was able to injunction in court so that the new percentage only affects on the revenues of the companies in 2019... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Más...

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La Syrie abat «accidentellement» un avion de son allié russe.

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L’armée syrienne a abattu au large de la Syrie un avion de son indéfectible allié russe avec 15 militaires à bord, Moscou faisant dans un premier temps porter la responsabilité à Israël, avant d’évoquer des « circonstances accidentelles tragiques ». Cet incident inédit est survenu alors que la Russie et la Turquie ont annoncé un accord sur la province d’Idleb, dernier grand bastion insurgé dans le nord-ouest syrien, où une « zone démilitarisée » doit être instaurée, éloignant à court terme la… (www.ledevoir.com) Más...

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MyCargo Boeing 747 at Frankfurt on Sep 16th 2018, dropped part of flaps

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A MyCargo Airlines Boeing 747-400 freighter on behalf of Saudi Arabian Airlines, registration TC-ACM performing freight flight SV-931 (dep Sep 15th) from Dammam (Saudi Arabia) to Frankfurt/Main (Germany), landed on Frankfurt's runway 07R with the crew maintaining routine communication and taxied to the apron. (www.aeroinside.com) Más...

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EasyJet passenger dragged off flight by cops after making a joke about blowing up the plane

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The airline removed the passenger over a dispute on the tarmac at Luton when he was asked not to walk under the plane’s wings. After telling staff to ‘f*** off’ the unruly passenger then threatened to blow up the plane. A PASSENGER was hauled off an EasyJet flight after passengers thought he threatened to blow up the plane. The culprit told ground crew to “f**k off” when they asked him not to walk under the wing as he dashed to avoid budget airline queues. (www.airtravelvlog.com) Más...

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Virgin Atlantic passengers delayed by 25 HOURS after 'cargo fire alert' on flight from JFK

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Passengers on a flight from New York to Manchester Airport travelled over 1,400 miles before a technical fault sent them back to the Big Apple - with a total delay of 25 hours. Travellers on board the Virgin Atlantic 747-400 made it close to Gander in northeast Canada - around two hours into the journey - before a 'cargo fire alert' prompted the pilot to return to New York. The pilot turned flight VS-128 back to New York, where passengers were delayed for a further 25 hours. On investigation,… (www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk) Más...

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