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Airliner World – June 2019 Highlights

Hello and welcome to your preview of our June 2019 edition, on sale NOW! We’ve travelled the world to bring you behind the scenes access, exclusive previews, interviews with key players and expert analysis. Here are some of the highlights

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Air France to Cut Domestic Network as Competition Grows

Air France has outlined plans to help fend off competition from high-speed rail and low-cost carriers within its home market. The airline said the financial situation of its domestic operations has “deteriorated significantly”, and revealed that since 2013, cumulative losses

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Aer Lingus Reveals “New Premium Travel Experience”

Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus has announced the launch of AerSpace, a new fare option which promises short-haul guests a “premium travel experience”. From September 1, passengers flying to select destinations across the UK and Europe will be guaranteed an

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Why Delta is Returning to Mumbai After Ten Years

A decade after dropping the route, Delta Air Lines is poised to restart nonstop service between New York/JFK and Mumbai/Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The Atlanta-based carrier says a 2018 breakthrough in talks between the US, UAE and Qatari governments has helped

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Take Off for Air Astana’s New Budget Carrier

Kazakh flag carrier Air Astana is today (May 1) celebrating the first revenue flight of its new low-cost subsidiary, FlyArystan. Positioned as a “low fare, high quality” airline, it marks the latest commercial escalation the increasingly competitive CIS market. The

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First Look: Japan Airlines Airbus A350 Painted

Japan Airlines’ first new build Airbus aircraft has been rolled out of the paintshop at Toulouse/Blagnac. The A350-900 is the initial example from an order for 31, consisting of 18 -900 and 13 -1000 variants. The aircraft, which seat 369

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Bombardier Donates CRJ to College

Bombardier has donated a former SkyWest Airlines CRJ200LR to Centennial College, Toronto. The regional jet is the centrepiece of the facility’s new Downsview Campus Centre for Aerospace and Aviation, which opened on April 25. The 50-seater is the college’s first

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Airliner World – May 2019 Highlights

Hello and welcome to your preview of our May 2019 edition, on sale NOW! We’ve travelled the world to bring you behind the scenes access, exclusive previews, interviews with key players and expert analysis. Here are some of the highlights

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First CRJ900s for Uganda Airlines

Uganda Airlines has received two new Bombardier CRJ900s. The delivery forms part of an order for four examples, placed by the Uganda National Airlines Company in July 2018. The new carrier has selected the regional jets fitted with the manufacturer’s

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Latest Pictures: AirAsia’s First A330neo

AirAsia has released images of its first Airbus A330-900neo aircraft leaving the paintshop in Toulouse. The new aircraft is expected to enter service in late June 2019, in doing so, it will become the first Airbus A330neo to join the

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