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First Look: Azul Accepts Maiden A330neo

Brazilian airline Azul has become the inaugural operator of the Airbus A330neo in the Americas, accepting the first of 15 Airbus A330-900s on May 13. The aircraft, leased from Avolon, will be deployed on US and European routes from the

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Berlin/Brandenburg Reveals Terminal Plans

As preparations continue at Berlin/Brandenburg (BER) for its first services in October 2020, logistical planning at the German capital’s troubled new gateway has taken a step forward. With just under a year and a half to its official opening, the

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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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Qantas Launches “Points Plane” to Tokyo for Frequent Flyers

Qantas is to operate a series of flights exclusively available to travellers redeeming frequent flyer miles. An Airbus A380 will operate the inaugural “Points Plane” service from Melbourne/Tullamarine to Tokyo/Narita on 21 October, with frequent flyers able to book one

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Loganair Takes Off from Southend

Loganair flights between London/Southend and Aberdeen have taken to the skies for the first time this week. The airline’s direct services between the two cities is a welcome boost for connectivity with the oil and gas capital following a period

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Marshall Aerospace and Defence on the Move?

Cambridge-based Marshall Aerospace and Defence has confirmed its intention to move its operations to a new location by 2030. The company said it has just completed significant work to “identify and define its new organisational purpose and long-term growth ambition”

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First A321LR for Air Transat

Canadian leisure and holiday travel airline, Air Transat has taken delivery of its maiden Airbus A321LR. The jet, C-GOIE (c/n 8755), was handed over on May 3 to the Montréal-based carrier and will be operated under a lease agreement from

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Bombardier Forms New Aviation Arm

Bombardier is to consolidate its aerospace divisions into a single entity, named Bombardier Aviation. The move comes after the de Havilland Canada brand – including all aircraft from the 1946 DHC-1 Chipmunk ab-initio trainer to the still in-production Q400 turboprop

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Special Livery Honours Belgian Painter

Brussels Airlines has unveiled its sixth Belgian Icon special livery, honouring Flemish painter Breugel the Elder. The special markings have been added to one of the carrier’s 16 Airbus A320s, the 2010-manufactured OO-SNE (c/n 4243). The colours, unveiled on May

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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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