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Delta’s First A220 Revealed

The first Airbus A220-100 for Delta Air Lines has rolled out of the paintshop at the final assembly line in Mirabel, Quebec.  Delta is the first US airline to order the A220, and will join existing operators air Baltic, Swiss

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Airliner World: October 2018 Edition Highlights

The October issue of Airliner World is on sale now, featuring: A FREE 24-PAGE Global Airline Guide. In this authoritative pullout supplement, we analyse market trends, airline traffic, alliances, start-ups and failures as well as aircraft orders and deliveries, offering a concise

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Biman Bangladesh Airlines Orders Q400

Bombardier has announced the sale of three new Q400 turboprops to Biman Bangladesh Airlines, with a value of around US$106m at list prices. The order is being facilitated via a purchase agreement with the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC), which is

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Bombardier Continues African Market Growth

Ghanaian airline PassionAir is set to receive pre-owned Q400s as Bombardier continues to increase its presence within the African market.  The new Accra-based carrier acquired the aircraft through a dry-lease with a third party; with the turboprops to operate in

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Green Light for 90-Seat Q400

Transport Canada has certified Bombardier Q400’s to carry 90 passengers, the first in-production commercial turboprop in the world to reach this capacity. Todd Young, head of the Q Series aircraft programme, remarked: “With increasing growth in the number of passengers

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Farnborough Report – Day 3

Traditionally something of a wash up, day 3 of the Farnborough International Airshow has been significantly quieter than the opening instalments as manufacturers work to tie down the final deals of the event. There has, however, been some significant announcements.

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Farnborough Report – Day 1

The 2018 edition of the Farnborough International Airshow got off to a scorching start both literally and metaphorically as aerospace manufacturers from around the globe went to battle under the sun-drenched Hampshire airfield. As temperatures soared, so too did the

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Welcome to the Family

Airbus has officially unveiled the newest member of its airliner portfolio, the A220, at a ceremony held at its Toulouse Delivery Centre. The A220 family comprises of two models, the A220-100 and the A220-300 — formerly Bombardier’s CS100 and CS300 —

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QantasLink Cabin Refresh

QantasLink has revealed its first upgraded turboprop aircraft to feature the Australian regional carrier’s refreshed cabin. The revamped Bombardier Dash 8-Q300, VH-SCE (c/n 602) Birdsville, was unveiled on June 26 at the company’s maintenance facility at Tamworth Airport, New South

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Airbus Closes on C Series Acquisition

Airbus has firmed up a deal to acquire majority control of Bombardier’s C Series programme on July 1.   The move, which the European manufacturer said has arrived earlier than anticipated, follows the two companies receiving all necessary regulatory approvals and

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