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Airliner World: July 2018 Edition Highlights

The July issue of Airliner World is on sale now, featuring: FREE 24-PAGE SUPPLEMENT: Embraer E2 – The Profit Hunter We chronicle the development of the E-Jet E2, the world’s newest airliner, from concept through to delivery including exclusive, behind-the-scenes

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Paris Upgrade for Etihad

Etihad Airways has revealed its Abu Dhabi-Paris route will become an all-Airbus A380 service later this year.  The UAE-based carrier confirmed plans to upgrade the second of its two daily rotations to the French capital from the current Boeing 777-300ER

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Hi Fly Goes A380

Portuguese ACMI charter specialist Hi Fly has unveiled plans to acquire its first Airbus A380.  The Rolls-Royce Trent 900-powered example is due to enter service in the middle of this year and will be configured in a 471-seat, three-class layout. 

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100 Not Out for Emirates

Dubai-based Emirates has welcomed the 100th Airbus A380 to its fleet.  The aircraft, registered A6-EUV (c/n 239), was handed over to the carrier during a special ceremony at the manufacturer’s Hamburg/Finkenwerder facility on November 3, which was attended by Sheikh

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Major A380 Cabin Upgrade

Australian flag carrier Qantas has revealed a major cabin upgrade for its 12 Airbus A380s to improve passenger comfort on long-haul flights. The modifications include a change in the seat configuration on the super jumbos to meet increasing customer demand

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Lufthansa A380s Head to Munich

German flag carrier Lufthansa will transfer five Airbus A380s from Frankfurt to Munich next summer under new plans to overhaul its long-haul operation. Commenting on the decision, Munich Airport CEO Dr Michael Kerkloh said it was a “future-defining move”.  He

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