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easyJet adds its 1,000th route

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easyJet on July 12 reached a key milestone with the launch of its 1000th route. The 1000th route, is from Manchester to Bordeaux. (worldairlinenews.com) Mais...

Boeing's C Series complaint cost Ottawa over $2 million in legal fees

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The federal government said it spent $2.03 million defending itself in the dispute between Bombardier and Boeing (montrealgazette.com) Mais...

Flight Tracking Industry Set To Evolve Rapidly

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A number of factors are combining to allow providers of flight-tracking services to offer new predictive flight-tracking capabilities that will give aircraft operators a range of commercially important benefits, according to Daniel Baker, CEO of FlightAware, a provider of flight-tracking data. Those benefits range from alerting operators automatically when aircraft behave unexpectedly in flight to improving flight efficiency and boosting operators’ resource-scheduling, gate-allocation, and… (www.ainonline.com) Mais...

Airbus stops the delivery of five A330 destined to HNA Group Airlines

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Toulouse - Airbus holds back the delivery of five A330 to Hainan Airlines, Tianjin Airlines, and Beijing Capital Airlines due to the late payments from Chinese conglomerate HNA Group. (airlinerwatch.com) Mais...

Opener is the latest startup to reveal plans for a personal aircraft

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The race to build a "flying car" has just become more crowded. This week, the Canadian company Opener revealed its new vehicle, called BlackFly. The one-person aircraft can travel up to 25 miles at a speed of 62 miles per hour. Because the operations are a simple joystick, according to the release BlackFly shouldn't require a pilot's license, though operators will require training. BlackFly is powered by "eight propulsion systems, spread across two wings," which will provide… (www.engadget.com) Mais...

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