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Brazil: LATAM increases the volume of flights in Rio Grande do Norte State by 16%

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Package to join the new ICMS reduction incentives for the company's weekly flight operation in the state... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Mais...

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SKY expands destination to Puerto Natales

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City is gateway to one of the main tourist attractions, the Torres del Paine National Park... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Mais...

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RioGaleão promoted the second edition of the Rio de Janeiro Integrated Operational Safety Symposium

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The event partnered with DTCEA-GL and featured panels and lectures from air sector authorities and featured live webcast... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Mais...

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Dale Earnhardt Jr's Citation Latitude Crashes on Landing (all crew and passengers okay)

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Racing star taken to hospital but escapes serious injuries (wcyb.com) Mais...

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How Airlines Are Defending Dormant 737 MAX Jets From The Ravages Of Corrosion, Insects And Time

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Boeing 737 MAX planes have been stuck on the ground now for five months. With the likelihood rising that they won't return to service before the winter, some airlines may soon have to deal with the danger that the planes could literally become stuck to the ground. Tires of planes that are parked for long periods of time can freeze to the tarmac during sub-zero weather, warns a Boeing maintenance manual for the previous generation of 737 aircraft. It advises maintenance workers to place sand… (www.forbes.com) Mais...

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Finding Amelia Earhart’s Plane Seemed Impossible. Then Came a Startling Clue.

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Robert Ballard is the finder of important lost things. In 1985, he discovered the Titanic scattered beneath the Atlantic Ocean. He and his team also located the giant Nazi battleship Bismarck and, more recently, 18 shipwrecks in the Black Sea. Dr. Ballard has always wanted to find the remains of the plane Amelia Earhart was flying when she disappeared in 1937. But he feared the hunt would be yet another in a long line of futile searches. “You have it in a holding pattern in your head,” said Dr.… (www.msn.com) Mais...

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(Video) Ural A321 Crash / Forced Landing after Bird Strike

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Takeoff and crash landing video from on-board Ural a321. Around 1:11 listen to the engines being pushed as they as fail. (m.youtube.com) Mais...

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Delta Boeing 757 suffered serious fuselage damage on hard landing at Ponta Delgada, Azores

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A Delta Airlines aircraft suffered serious damage on Saturday after a hard landing in Ponta Delgada, Azores. (www.airlive.net) Mais...

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Tokyo-Narita Ponders Future After Delta's Farewell

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Narita International Airport may find it hard to retain its standing as a pan-Asian transport hub after Delta Air Lines Inc. decided to leave. The U.S. airline plans to transfer all U.S.-Tokyo flights to Tokyo International Airport at Haneda in March 2020, when new routes over the city will increase capacity. TIA is locally known as Haneda airport. (www.japantimes.co.jp) Mais...

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Lion Air 'Urgently Requires' More Boeing 737 MAX Jets to Support Growth: Co-Founder

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Indonesia’s Lion Air “urgently requires” more Boeing Co (BA.N) 737 MAX jets to support its growth strategy once regulators approve the grounded model’s return to service, the airline’s co-founder, Rusdi Kirana, told Reuters on Wednesday. He said the low-cost airline, which had previously threatened to cancel its order for 187 jets worth $21 billion at list prices, would need to be satisfied with the outcome of negotiations with Boeing before taking the planes. (www.reuters.com) Mais...

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Pilot in tears after choir surprises him on his retirement flight:'May God hold in you the palm of His hand'

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There wasn't a dry eye outside gate K5 at Chicago O'Hare airport when an American Airlines pilot was surprised after his retirement flight from Dublin, Ireland with an Irish blessing (www.foxnews.com) Mais...

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GE recalls 777X turbofans to address compressor issue amid scramble to minimise 777X delays

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GE Aviation is recalling four GE9X powerplants from Boeing to address a previously disclosed engine compressor issue that already forced Boeing to delay the 777X's first flight. (www.flightglobal.com) Mais...

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Southwest Drops 20 Nonstop Routes To Accommodate For 737 MAX Absence

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Southwest Airlines will be axing 20 nonstop routes from its network to re-shuffle its fleet and accommodate it on higher-demand destinations. Starting January 2020, Southwest Airlines will exclude from its schedule what they call "weaker-than-expected" nonstop services. The airline notes that the aircraft that were stationed to operate these nonstop services will be placed elsewhere, including its new flights from California to Hawaii. (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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Plane crashes into house in upstate New York, FAA says

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(CNN)A small plane carrying three people crashed into a house in upstate New York, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson said. The condition of those on board the Saturday flight is unknown. The Cessna 303 aircraft was headed to Sky Acres Airport in LaGrangeville, New York, when it crashed into a house in Union Vale, New York, a few miles southeast of the airport. (www.cnn.com) Mais...

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Southwest, A Stalwart Boeing 737 MAX Customer, Eyes Other Jets

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Southwest Airlines, the largest customer of the 737 MAX and long an all-Boeing airline, insists it has “no current plans” to fly any jets other than the 737. But it’s at least eyeing the possibility. The airline’s management has proposed new language in the contract with its flight-attendants union that would grant it the flexibility “to fly more narrowbody aircraft types.” (www.seattletimes.com) Mais...

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Cirrus Caps deployment and recovery video in Quebec

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On 27 July 2019 I crashed my plane in the remote wilderness of Quebec. I was rescued 5 hours later by Canadian Heroes. #planecrash #cirruslife #canadianheroes Credits: US Coast Guard "Pilot safe after ditching aircraft 253 miles northeast of Maui, Hawaii" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gCMd... Music Info: Epic Cinematic Dramatic Adventure Trailer by RomanSenykMusic. Ross Bugden INSTAGRAM! : https://instagram.com/rossbugden/ (rossbugden) TWITTER! : https://twitter.com/RossBugden… (www.youtube.com) Mais...

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United Airlines Now Tells Pilots No Drinking for 12 Hours Before Shift Starts

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In a notable change of policy amongst US operators, United Airlines is now requiring Flight Crew stop drinking alcohol 12 hours before sign-on, from the previous 8. This comes after a crew failed an alcohol breath test in Scotland a week ago. (finance.yahoo.com) Mais...

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Mesa Airlines Faces Criminal Charges for Violating Long Beach Airport’s Noise Ordinance

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An airline is facing criminal charges for allegedly violating the Long Beach Airport’s noise ordinance on 16 separate occasions in the past year, according to a criminal complaint filed by the city prosecutor’s office this week. The complaint — filed against Mesa Airlines and American Eagle on Wednesday, Aug. 14 — alleges that the airline violated the city’s ordinance on noise curfews 16 times from August 2018 to July of this year. This is the fifth time the city has prosecuted an airline for… (www.presstelegram.com) Mais...

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Public help sought to find fallen Swiss A220 engine parts

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French investigators are seeking assistance to locate engine parts which they believe fell from an Airbus A220-300 as it passed over the east of the country last month. (www.flightglobal.com) Mais...

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London-Heathrow to New York-JFK is the World's Only Billion-Dollar Airline Route

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The globe is criss-crossed a million times over with flight routes, buzzing with planes throughout the day. Sometimes market forces and competitive advantage come together to make some routes more lucrative than others. One route stands out from all the rest, the only one to break the billion-dollar barrier: British Airways' service between London Heathrow and New York's JFK. (edition.cnn.com) Mais...

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Norway’s first battery-powered plane crashed into a lake

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Norway's first battery-powered airplane crashed into a lake yesterday, Reuters reports. While no one was harmed in the crash, the incident could be a set back for the country, which hopes to electrify all domestic flights by 2040. It's still unclear why the electric plane, an Alpha Electro G2, lost engine power, forcing the pilot to crash-land on his way back to the airport. The plane is owned by Avinor, Norway's state-run airport operator, and it was being flown by chief… (www.engadget.com) Mais...

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Air Force Tests Contraption That Can Turn Any Plane Into a Robot Plane

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Scientists say new ROBOpilot completed a two-hour test flight, essentially turning a manned plane into a drone. (www.nextgov.com) Mais...

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Mom, Daughter Kicked Off Air Canada Plane, Not Told They're Banned from Airline Until It Was Too Late

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A Quebec woman wound up spending nearly $8,000 in airline tickets to fly herself and her daughter home after Air Canada kicked them off a plane and didn't immediately inform them that they were banned from future Air Canada flights. Air Canada says the two were ordered to leave their flight, departing Bucharest for Montreal on July 31, because of disruptive behaviour. (www.cbc.ca) Mais...

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ATSB releases Angel Flight investigation, Angel Flight disputes findings

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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) this week released a report that was critical of charity Angel Flight Australia. The report was the result of a fatal collision into terrain incident involving an Angel Flight flight. (www.airlive.net) Mais...

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Lenders mull liquidation of grounded Jet Airways equipment

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The revival of grounded Jet Airways seems to be over with the debt-laden airline's strategic partner Etihad Airways reportedly moving out of the resolution plan, said a media report. (www.firstpost.com) Mais...

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The dream of flying taxis may not be too far off

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"Mark my words. A combination of airplane and motorcar is coming. You may smile. But it will come," Henry Ford quipped in 1940. Our dreams of cars capable of taking flight at the whim of their driver have been around nearly as long as we've had cars themselves, or at least as long as we've endured heavy commute traffic. Yet the prospect of actual, commercially available flying automobiles has always seemed to remain just out of reach, only a few years from viability. But even… (www.engadget.com) Mais...

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Safarilink Dash 8 kills wildebeest while landing at Maasai Mara, Kenya

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A Safarilink commercial aircraft hit wildebeest while landing at Kichwa Tembo Airstrip at the Maasai Mara National Reserve on Friday. (www.airlive.net) Mais...

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Air Force F-16 fighter jet from 1980 for sale in Florida

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You don't see this every day. Palm Beach, Fla.-based Jet Lease has listed a 1980 F-16 A/B Fighting Falcon for sale — and the rare offer made waves online. The 1980 multirole fighter jet, which has an $8.5 million price tag, is being offered alongside two other F-16 Vipers, according to The Drive, an automotive website that also writes about defense topics. This is not your average “used” fighter jet — the plane is a fully functioning combat aircraft and not demilitarized. (www.foxnews.com) Mais...

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The Japanese Air Force One is up for sale for $28 million

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It's not every day you go shopping for a VIP jumbo jet, but one unique offering is attracting attention online. A Boeing 747-400 which has flown 14 Japanese prime ministers and the country's emperor around the world is up for sale, according to a listing on aviation trade publication Controller. Built in 1991, the aircraft was registered by the Japanese Air Self Defense Forces and has been modified to include a bedroom, shower, office and lounge area. (edition.cnn.com) Mais...

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Airline pilot flies dad's remains home from Vietnam 52 years after seeing him off at same Dallas airport

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When Air Force Maj. Roy Knight, Jr., left Dallas for Vietnam 52 years ago, his 5-year-old son, Bryan, came to Dallas Love Field to see him off. On Thursday, Bryan, now a captain for Southwest Airlines, brought back his father's remains aboard a flight to the same Dallas airport. (www.msn.com) Mais...

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Puerto Rico advances effort to establish Caribbean international hub

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Puerto Rico wants to transform its international airports into centrally located hubs for air passengers and cargo flowing between Europe and Latin America. (www.flightglobal.com) Mais...

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Air Canada Announces First Two New Routes To Be Operated With Game Changing Airbus A220-300

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MONTREAL, Aug. 14, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada today announced the first two new routes to be operated with the Airbus A220-300, the only non-stop service between Montreal and Seattle and between Toronto and San Jose, California, both beginning in spring 2020. As well, the carrier also provided a first look at the interior features of its newest aircraft, which will offer customers a choice of Business and Economy Class service, its newest in-flight entertainment system, onboard Wi-Fi and… (aircanada.mediaroom.com) Mais...

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United Airlines to Update Boeing 737 MAX Order

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United Airlines appears poised to adjust its 737 MAX order book, as well as change the way the aircraft interiors are fitted. The carrier currently has 123 open orders for the MAX (and 14 delivered). United is mostly betting heavily on the MAX 10 as a higher capacity, single-aisle domestic workhorse. It holds orders for 100 of the type. The other 23 orders are mostly expected to be the MAX 9; that’s all that has been announced so far. But that also appears to not be the ultimate plan for the… (paxex.aero) Mais...

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From the Archives: 1966 airline strike over

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On July 8, 1966, the International Assn. of Machinists (IMA) union went on strike against five airlines. Sixty percent of U.S. commercial air traffic was grounded for 43 days. (www.latimes.com) Mais...

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Bird-hit Ural A321 lands in field after Zhukovsky take-off

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Passengers have evacuated a Ural Airlines Airbus A321 which carried out an emergency landing in a field after a severe bird-strike on departure from Moscow. (www.flightglobal.com) Mais...

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FlySafair plane makes emergency landing after cabin pressure malfunction

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A FlySafair flight headed from Cape Town to Durban had to make an emergency landing minutes after take off. According to Kirby Gordon, Head of Sales and Distribution at FlySafair the FA 461 departed at 20:01 pm from Cape Town International. "During the climb the cabin crew were alerted to an issue regarding the cabin pressurisation systems and decided to turn back to Cape Town and implement the required safety procedures. (www.iol.co.za) Mais...

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Two pulled from ocean after plane crash near Half Moon Bay

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"Pilot David Lesh said he had siphoned particulate matter out of the gas but doesn’t think he got all of it. “This definitely was more stuff than I was used to seeing,” he said." Lesh, the founder of Denver-based outerwear company Virtika, said he bought the plane nearly three months ago for more than $200,000 and spent about $40,000 for upgrades. He said Tuesday’s flight was its first real trip. (www.mercurynews.com) Mais...

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New aircraft ahead for Endeavor Air

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An Aviation News update about the recent Delta announcement of its Delta connection regional airline consolidation, Endeavor Air's new aircraft and an in depth look at its current fleet (www.youtube.com) Mais...

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Aborted Landings Jump in Mexico City as Airport Crowding Worsens

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Shortly before taking office last year, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador upended construction of a $13 billion airport for the nation’s capital. The glitzy, modernist project was riddled with corruption, AMLO said, and congestion could be eased more cheaply with a plan that included improvements for the existing hub. But now, just nine months later, the full extent of the risks to that plan are emerging. Mexico City’s airport has recorded a 52% increase in aborted landings in the… (www.yahoo.com) Mais...

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Piper crash that killed 2, possibly caused by carbon monoxide poisoning

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An interim report published by the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch this afternoon revealed that Sala had CO saturation levels of 58 per cent in blood taken from his dead body. Doctors have told crash investigators that levels in excess of 50 per cent in the bloodstream typically cause seizures, then unconsciousness, followed by cardiac arrest and death. Today's bombshell report raises the prospect that the footballer may have blacked out or even died before the small plane ploughed… (www.dailymail.co.uk) Mais...

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‘Like Ryanair but with free food’: Airline passengers slam BA’s first and business class cabins

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Airline passengers have hit out at first and business class cabins, saying they are overpriced and poor quality. One passenger told the study by consumer group Which? that business class on British Airways was like “Ryanair but with free food”. BA came in for particular criticism in the survey of 1,855 travellers and was named bottom of the list of airlines, with many saying its premium cabins were poor value for money. Passengers pay thousands of pounds to have access to business and first… (www.yahoo.com) Mais...

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Hong Kong airport cancels all departures in wake of protests

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All flights grounded: All departing flights have been cancelled in Hong Kong, as thousands of demonstrators descend on the city's International Airport (cnn.it) Mais...

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FAA bans certain models of MacBook Pro models from flights following recent recall

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FAA bans certain models of MacBook Pro models from flights following recent recall (www.bloomberg.com) Mais...

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Cathay Pacific Announces Resignation of Chief Executive, Rupert Hogg

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Cathay Pacific CEO, Rupert Hogg, and CCO, Paul Loo, have both resigned earlier today after mounting pressure following the two days of protests that forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights at the airline's main base in Hong Kong International Airport (HKG). (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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Airbus Preparing to Launch A350-1000ULR

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As many of the world’s airlines begin to reap the financial, and environmental rewards of introducing lighter, more fuel-efficient aircraft made up of carbon-fibre composites, such as the Airbus A350 XWB — a relatively low oil price and continuing strong demand from international passengers is helping drive the growth of ultra-long-haul flying. Airbus, the European manufacturer of the existing A350-900ULR, a variant of flagship A350 XWB that already caters to the ultra-long-haul market, is in… (aviationanalyst.co.uk) Mais...

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