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U.S. export tightening slows advance of Chinese C919 jet

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China's C919 jetliner - a no-show at the country's biggest air show this week – has found it harder to meet certification and production targets amid tough U.S. export rules (finance.yahoo.com) Mais...

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Emirates expands Airbus A380 network to 27 destinations as travel demand continues to rise

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Spurred by further easing of travel restrictions, Emirates is boosting the number of destinations served by flagship aircraft to 27 by November (www.aviation24.be) Mais...

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Frontier Airlines expands at Tampa and 6 new nonstop routes to Cancun

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Frontier Airlines today announced five new nonstop routes from Tampa International Airport (TPA) to Bloomington, Illinois; Columbus, Ohio; Green Bay, Wisconsin; New York-LaGuardia and Rochester, New York. With the addition of this new service, Frontier now offers 26 nonstop Tampa routes to a wide range of popular destinations. Frontier is among TPA’s fastest growing airlines and established a crew base in Tampa this past spring. (worldairlinenews.com) Mais...

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Lithium battery maker airlifts assembly line to leapfrog port congestion

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Find out how a company moved an entire factory floor in an An-124 super jumbo to stay on its production schedule. (www.freightwaves.com) Mais...

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Embraer Sees Sees Surge in Demand for E2s in China

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Embraer’s latest market forecast for China predicts that the country will need 1,445 aircraft that seat up to 150 passengers through 2040, reflecting the importance the Chinese government has placed on developing infrastructure to serve secondary markets. The forecast, released Tuesday at the 13th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, notes that 77 percent of those aircraft will fulfill market growth while the rest will replace aging equipment. “During the pandemic,… (www.ainonline.com) Mais...

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U.S. successfully flight tests 3800 mph hypersonic weapon

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The United States has tested an air-breathing hypersonic weapon capable of speeds faster than five times the speed of sound, marking the first successful test of the class of weapon since 2013, the Pentagon said on Monday. Hypersonic weapons travel in the upper atmosphere at speeds of more than five times the speed of sound, or about 6,200 kilometers (3,853 miles) per hour. "The missile, built by Raytheon Technologies, was released from an aircraft seconds before its Northrop Grumman… (news.yahoo.com) Mais...

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Plane with 164 aboard just 30m from midair collision at King Phalo Airport

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A jet with 164 people on board came within 30m of disaster when a student pilot at the controls of a light aircraft mixed up “left” and right”. (www.timeslive.co.za) Mais...

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Southwest 737 Suffers Reported Flight Control Malfunction

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A Southwest Airlines flight between Santa Ana and Phoenix ran into a spot of bother on approach to the airport yesterday. (simpleflying.com) Mais...

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Colourful A380: Emirates Celebrates Expo With A Bold Livery

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Emirates has outdone itself with its latest special livery. (simpleflying.com) Mais...

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5+ Hours In A Sukhoi Superjet: The Longest Regional Jet Routes

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There are over 75,000 flights scheduled on September 27th. While narrowbodies naturally have the bulk of flights (70%), regional jets are the next most used (13%). With an average of seven RJ flights every minute globally, they play a vital yet underappreciated role in aviation. We check out the world’s longest RJ routes on this specific September day. Regional jets are crucial Over 2,100 routes are operated by RJs on this September day, analyzing schedules data provided to data OAG reveals.… (simpleflying.com) Mais...

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AIRBUS A380 Lovely Night Landing at New York JFK Airport

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AIRBUS A380 Lovely Night Landing at New York JFK Airport (www.youtube.com) Mais...

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Boeing Tanker Hit New Setback on Stray Plastic Cap in Fuel Line

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Deliveries of Boeing Co.’s troubled KC-46 tanker were halted for about a month earlier this year after Air Force and company inspectors found a red plastic cap lodged in a fuel valve that caused the uncontrolled flow of fuel from a one tank into another. (www.bnnbloomberg.ca) Mais...

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