Monthly Archives: June 2016

Tibet Airlines Receives its First Airbus A330

Lhasa based Tibet Airlines has received its first widebody aircraft, an A330-200 with increased 242 tonne maximum take-off-weight (MTOW), following a handover in Toulouse, France. … More ››

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UK Runway Decision on Hold Again

The decision to determine the location of a new runway to serve the capacity needs of South East England has been delayed until at least … More ››

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Flights Resume After Istanbul Ataturk Airport Attack

Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport recommenced flight operations just hours after a gun and bomb attack killed 44 people and injured more than 230 others on June … More ››

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Singapore Changi Fully Operational Again After Aircraft Fire

Singapore Changi Airport is fully operational again after an aircraft fire had temporarily closed one of the aircraft’s runways. The airport has issued a statement … More ››

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Lisbon Airport Upgrades Operational and Commercial Areas

Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport says it is “getting more functional” after concession-holder ANA/VINCI Airports has invested in upgrading its operating capacity and commercial areas. There … More ››

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Low-cost easyJet Makes Government Appeal

Following the UK’s Vote to Leave the European Union, low-cost carrier easyJet has said its initial focus will be to accelerate discussions with UK and … More ››

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New Delta Sky Club for Denver

Delta Air Lines and Denver International Airport (IATA: DEN) have announced the opening of a new Delta Sky Club lounge. The Denver club – located … More ››

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Airways New Zealand and NATS Confirm Co-operation Agreement

Airways New Zealand and UK-based NATS have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) setting the foundation for collaboration between the two air navigation services providers … More ››

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Emirates to Expand Dubai-Auckland Capacity

Emirates has announced is to upgrade its daily non-stop services between Dubai and Auckland with an A380 aircraft, less than a year after operating the … More ››

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AWAS Orders 15 A320 Family Aircraft

AWAS, the Dublin-based aircraft leasing company has announced an order for an additional 15 A320 Family aircraft, comprising 12 A320ceo and three A321ceo aircraft. Dave … More ››

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