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AEGEAN Begins a New Era with Brand New Airbus A320neos

AEGEAN, the flag carrier of Greece, has begun a new era with a new livery, new identity and three brand new Airbus A320neo aircraft. The planes will be equipped with the latest technology Pratt & Whitney engines. By 2025 AEGEAN expects to receive 46 A320neo and A321neo aircraft, with an option for 12 additional aircraft

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Wright Electric Pursues Path Towards Electric Commercial Aircraft

Wright Electric, a start-up electric aircraft developer, has announced the beginning of the engine development program for its flagship 186-seat electric commercial plane, named Wright 1. In order to make the Wright 1 airborne, the company has begun the construction of a 1.5 MW electric motor and inverter at 3 kilovolts to form the powerplant for the

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CRASH | Bek Air Fokker 100 with Over 90 on Board Comes Down

At least 12 fatalities are reported after a Bek Air’s (a Kazakh airline) Fokker 100 with over 90 people on board lost height and crashed into a building shortly after take-off near the city of Almaty. The flight Z2100 was scheduled to fly from Almaty to Kazakhstan’s capital city Astana, but according to the authorities of the

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Mongolian Airlines to Welcome First Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

MIAT Mongolian Airlines (Mongolyn Irgenii Agaaryn Teever) will soon welcome the first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to its fleet, as the airline looks to connect its home base in Ulaanbaatar with major European and North American cities beginning in 2021. The 787-9 – the longest-range version of Boeing’s Dreamliner widebody airplane – will join MIAT’s fleet

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Hydraulic Fluid Leak Prompts Qantas Airbus A330 Evacuation

A Qantas Airbus A330, performing a flight from Sydney to Perth with 221 passengers and 12 crew members on board, was forced to return to the airport of departure due to a hydraulic fluid leak on board of the plane. This resulted in an evacuation of the aircraft at Sydney Airport. The airline confirmed that

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Boeing Could Face $3.9 Million Penalty Over Faulty Parts on 737 NG

Reading Time: 2 minutes The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes to fine Boeing over $3.9 million for “installing nonconforming components on approximately 133 aircraft, which Boeing subsequently presented as ready for airworthiness certification”. According to the FAA, Boeing had not monitored its suppliers properly and failed to ensure that the slat tracks, troubled parts on 737 NG

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Cabin Crew: The core secrets to beat Jet lag

Here, are clear and outstanding core secrets to beat Jet Lag which was revealed by a JetBlue flight attendant in the USA Jet lag is related to disruption inactivity and a lack of synchronization in the brain cells of two parts of the brain. According to Tim Brierley, He explained that one core thing that

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12 Awesome facts about Beluga XL

Here are 12 Facts about the Beluga XL you need to know and share with Kids 1. Beluga XL made her first maiden flight in 2018 The Beluga XL made her first flight on 19th July 2018. The aircraft is due to enter service with Airbus Transport in early 2020 to replace the Airbus Beluga in

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Air Peace Vs Mahan air just for the fun

The two airline’s history About Mahan Air From hubs at Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA) and Mehrabad International Airport (THR), Mahan Air is a privately owned Iranian airline based in Tehran, Iran. Mahan Air was founded 28 years ago (1991). This is the second-largest Airline in Iran and another with a significant international network

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