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Mar 21

Etihad in talks to solve Jet woes

Etihad in talks to solve Jet woes

Etihad Airways is in discussion with banks and various stakeholders of the debt-ridden Jet Airways to find a solution, the UAE national airline said on Wednesday amid reports about the possible sale of its entire stake in the Indian carrier.

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Mar 14

Guidanian during relaunch of Polish airlines in Lebanon: A substantial step to strengthen bilateral ties

Guidanian during relaunch of Polish airlines in Lebanon: A substantial step to strengthen bilateral ties

NNA - The Polish Embassy, in cooperation with the Polish airline 'LOT' and 'Samana' - Lebanon, held a dinner celebration to mark the re-launch of a new direct route from the Polish capital of Warsaw to Beirut, in presence of Tourism Minister, Avedis Guidanian, and Polish"...

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Mar 14

Beirut airport bans Boeing 737 Max from Lebanon airspace

Beirut airport bans Boeing 737 Max from Lebanon airspace

NNA - Director of the Civil Aviation Authority at Rafic Hariri International Airport, Mohammad Shehabeddine, issued Wednesday a circular grounding all flights involving Boeing 737 Max aircrafts and banning them from landing in Beirut or flying in the Lebanese airspace.

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Mar 13

Cathay Pacific ends two-year loss with $299 million profit in 2018

Cathay Pacific ends two-year loss with $299 million profit in 2018

  • The recovery came in a year that saw it suffer an embarrassing data breach that dented its reputation and could prove costly

HONG KONG: Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific on Wednesday announced a net profit of HK$2.35 billion ($299 million) last year, ending two"...

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Mar 09

EASA and ANAC Approve AerTrak ADS-B Out System for Boeing 757-200 Series Aircraft

EASA and ANAC Approve AerTrak ADS-B Out System for Boeing 757-200 Series Aircraft

(AETOS Wire)-- AerSale®, a global supplier of mid-life aircraft, engines, used serviceable material, and MRO services, announced today that the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC) have approved the company’s AerTrak™ ADS-B Out system on Boeing 757-200 series aircraft (EASA 10068771) and (ANAC 2018S12-05). Last year, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved AerTrak for Boeing 737 NG series aircraft (ST04009NY) and Boeing 757-200 series aircraft (ST04011NY) to comply with the FAA’s Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Operations rule. “This......

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Mar 06

Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and the Future Concludes International Civil Aviation Leaders Program in Collaboration with General Civil Aviation Authority

Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and the Future Concludes International Civil Aviation Leaders Program in Collaboration with General Civil Aviation Authority

The UAE Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and The Future wrapped up the first edition of the International Civil Aviation Leaders Program in collaboration with the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority as well as several international airlines and airports.

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Mar 06

World's Top Airports for Customer Experience Revealed

World's Top Airports for Customer Experience Revealed

(AETOS Wire)-- Airports Council International (ACI) World has today revealed the winners of its world-renowned Airport Service Quality Awards which recognize those airports around the world that deliver the best customer experience. Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore, India, has won the first ever ASQ Arrivals Award, based on the new Arrivals Survey – the first airport to win both a Departures and an Arrivals award. Perennial winners from around the world include Indianapolis International Airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, Singapore Changi Airport, and Toronto Pearson, Aeroporto di Roma-Fiumicino, Mumbai’s......

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Feb 28

India’s Jet Airways grounds 7 more planes

India’s Jet Airways grounds 7 more planes


India’s Jet Airways Ltd said on Wednesday it grounded seven more aircraft as the carrier failed to make payments to its lessors, taking the tally of planes hamstrung by the defaults to 13.
Jet is “actively engaged” with all its aircraft lessors, the airline"...

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Feb 27

MEA to take another four A321neos

MEA to take another four A321neos

Lebanon’s Middle East Airlines has emerged as the customer for another four Airbus A321neos, taking its total order for the type to 15.

The airline had originally ordered 10 A320neo-family jets – split"...

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Feb 25

Pakistan International Airlines launches bi-weekly flights to Al Ain International Airport

Pakistan International Airlines launches bi-weekly flights to Al Ain International Airport

Al Ain International Airport (AAN), owned and operated by Abu Dhabi Airports, received Pakistan International Airlines’ inaugural flight from Peshawar International Airport on Friday 22 February.

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