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First Look: Air France’s New A330 Interiors

The first aircraft kitted out with Air France’s new look cabins has entered service. The French flag carrier is rolling out the update to its Airbus A330 fleet, with its business, premium economy and economy products all receiving the bright

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Maiden Flights for Air Senegal and Azul A330neos

Aircraft for two new Airbus A330neo operators have taken to the skies for the first time. Examples for Air Senegal and Brazilian carrier Azul were both pictured at Airbus’ Toulouse HQ undergoing final pre-delivery testing. On February 1, the first A330-900

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ANA Plans Accelerated Growth

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has revealed its 2019 flight schedule, showing an expanded route network and greater emphasis on international flights. New destinations include Perth in Western Australia (starting on September 10) and Chennai in Southern India (from the winter

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All Change for Ethiopian’s US Routes

As part of changes to its US network, Ethiopian Airlines will add a new Addis Ababa-Houston/George Bush Intercontinental route from summer 2019. The restructuring, part of the carrier’s Vision 2025 strategic roadmap, also increases frequencies to three destinations. A daily

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Qatar Expands Cargo Ops

Qatar Airways Cargo has launched flights to Guadalajara, Mexico and Almaty, Kazakhstan, as it continues to expand its network. The new destinations are served by the airline’s Boeing 777 freighters. The Mexican city has been incorporated on the carrier’s twice-weekly

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Engine Availability Slows SSJ100 Production

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC) has attributed a slowdown in production of its Superjet 100 (SSJ100) to a shortage of engines. The Russian firm, a subsidiary of the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), completed just 23 aircraft last year, 11 fewer than

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Trent Trouble Continues for Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce has received more bad news regarding the Trent 1000 engine that powers the Boeing 787 Dreamliner family. In a new airworthiness directive (AD) issued by the Federal Aviation Administration on January 18 new restrictions are being placed on an

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Durham Tees Valley Returns to Public Ownership

Durham Tees Valley Airport is to return to public ownership after local councillors voted unanimously to support a multi-million pound buyout. The deal, approved on January 24, will see Tees Valley Combined Authority acquire the loss-making airfield for £40m before

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BA Confirm Retro Livery 747

As part of its 100th birthday celebrations, British Airways has confirmed plans to paint up to four jets in historical liveries. The first will be in the style of its predecessor BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation), with a Boeing 747,

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Aer Lingus Unveils New Brand

Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus has revealed a refreshed brand, including updated logo and livery. The move represents the latest stage of an ongoing effort to position the airline as ‘the leading value carrier across the North Atlantic’. The company

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