Monthly Archives: November 2019

Aeroflot will no longer send boarding information via text messages Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Aeroflot will no longer send boarding information via text messages   Aeroflot Russian Airlines announced that from December 2 it will stop informing passengers about boarding via text messages. Text message notifications will be sent

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Asia Pacific aviation leaders recognized at CAPA event in Singapore Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Asia Pacific aviation leaders recognized at CAPA event in Singapore   Eight award winners were presented at CAPA’s 16th annual Asia Pacific Aviation Awards for Excellence in Singapore. China Southern Airlines, SpiceJet, VietJet and Vistara

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Businesses prepare for take-off with Heathrow Airport expansion Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Businesses prepare for take-off with Heathrow Airport expansion   Businesses prepare for take-off with Heathrow Airport expansion Hundreds of local, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have kick-started the process for procuring work with Heathrow’s biggest

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Airbus rolls out 100th A220 aircraft produced Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Airbus rolls out 100th A220 aircraft produced   Airbus has celebrated the 100th A220 aircraft produced for a customer during a ceremony at the aircraft program’s headquarters in Mirabel, Canada. The aircraft, an A220-300, destined

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Flights grounded: WWII bomb shuts down Berlin-Schoenefeld airport Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Flights grounded: WWII bomb shuts down Berlin-Schoenefeld airport   Flights grounded: WWII bomb shuts down Berlin-Schoenefeld airport The official Twitter account of Berlin’s Airport Service today announced that Schoenefeld’s flight operations had been “interrupted” by

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International Civil Aviation Organization Council announces new President Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: International Civil Aviation Organization Council announces new President   The 36-member governing body of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the ICAO Council, has elected Mr. Salvatore Sciacchitano of Italy as its President for a

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Saudi Arabian students graduate from New Zealand air traffic controllers program Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Saudi Arabian students graduate from New Zealand air traffic controllers program   A group of 25 Saudi Arabian students have graduated from an air traffic control (ATC) training program provided by Airways International Ltd, following

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Boeing says it was just ‘an issue’, reports say 777X test ‘tore plane’s skin open’ Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Boeing says it was just ‘an issue’, reports say 777X test ‘tore plane’s skin open’   According to the latest media reports, the damage sustained by Boeing’s top of the line 777X prototype aircraft during

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IATA: MP14 boosts efforts to tackle unruly airline passengers Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: IATA: MP14 boosts efforts to tackle unruly airline passengers   The International Air Transport Association (IATA) looks forward to the entry into force of Montreal Protocol 2014 (MP14) on 1 January 2020. MP14 enhances the

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Chongqing to Budapest on Hainan Airlines Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Chongqing to Budapest on Hainan Airlines   Budapest Airport is significantly expanding its Chinese market with a planned new service from Hainan Airlines. Set to launch a twice-weekly operation between Hungary’s capital city and Chongqing,

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Scandinavia’s SAS takes delivery of its first Airbus A350 XWB Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Scandinavia’s SAS takes delivery of its first Airbus A350 XWB   Scandinavian airline SAS has taken delivery of its first Airbus A350-900, becoming the newest operator of this latest generation, highly efficient widebody aircraft. The

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Do or die: Air India will have to cease operations if not privatized, says minister Aviation Feature, Aviation News

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This article is provided by our syndication partner eTurboNews. To read this article on eTurboNews  click on the headline below: Do or die: Air India will have to cease operations if not privatized, says minister   India’s debt-crippled national carrier Air India will have to shut down if a new attempt to sell the troubled

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