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US Trade Body Backs Bombardier

The US International Trade Commission (USITC) has overturned a ruling that Bombardier sold its C Series below cost price, buoyed by unfair state aid from Canadian and UK Governments. The four USITC commissioners unanimously dismissed a complaint from Boeing that

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More Neos for Pegasus

Pegasus Airlines is set to expand its Airbus A320neo Family fleet after firming up outstanding purchase options.  The deal, signed in late December, is part of the 100-aircraft commitment placed by the Turkish low-cost carrier in 2012, consisting of 75

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Alaska Gets Single Operating Certificate

Alaska Airlines has been awarded a single operating certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) following its merger with Virgin America.  The Seattle-based airline completed its purchase of Virgin America in December 2016 and has spent the time since aligning

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Emirates Signs A380 MOU

Emirates has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for up to 36 Airbus A380s, providing a major lifeline for the European manufacturer’s flagship programme.  The agreement comes just days after John Leahy, Airbus’ Chief Operating Officer – Customers, admitted production

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Airbus Excels

Airbus may have narrowly lost out to US rival Boeing in terms of total annual deliveries, but the European aerospace giant reported a strong performance for 2017.  In its annual report released on January 15, the firm revealed it had

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First BelugaXL Revealed

Airbus has rolled out the first structurally complete BelugaXL airframe from its assembly hangar in Toulouse. The next-generation airlifter is based on the A330-200 airliner and, once certified, it and four other examples will be used to transport completed aircraft

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Delta Goes with Airbus

Delta Air Lines has placed an order for 100 Airbus A321neo ACF (Airbus Cabin Flex configuration) jets, with options for a further 100.  The Georgia-based carried has selected the Pratt & Whitney PW1133G-JM geared turbofan engines to power the aircraft.

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First neo for Azores

Portuguese carrier Azores Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo, CS-TSF (c/n 7972).  The jet has been acquired on lease from Air Lease Corporation (ALC) and was delivered from the manufacturer’s Finkenwerder facility on December 15. The aircraft

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Qatar Commits to A321neo

Qatar Airways has replaced its original order for 50 Airbus A320neos with a firm commitment for 50 A321neos with the Airbus Cabin Flex (ACF) configuration.  The Doha-based airline placed the original order in 2011 and was set to be the

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Latest A330 Takes Shape

Airbus has started the final assembly phase of the latest member of its A330neo Family, the A330-800. The prototype aircraft, (c/n 1888), is positioned in Station 40 where the fuselage barrels are joined, the wings are fixed to the fuselage

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