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Ina Hladyshava
Exclusive with Testia: when VR meets maintenance
MRO
Exclusive with Testia: when VR meets maintenance

Teddy Canadas, Chief Commercial Officer at TESTIA, an Airbus company, presented to Ina Hladyshava from AeroTime the innovative solutions for maintenance that his company offers. Interview with Teddy Canadas, Chief Commercial Officer (in charge of Sales, Marketing and...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
China Southern is leaving SkyTeam alliance from 2019

China Southern Airlines announced on November 15, 2018, that it would leave SkyTeam alliance. The Chinese airline decide...

Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Civil Aviation
BREAKING | British Flybe enters formal sale process

Flybe, independent regional airline from United Kingdom, is looking into a potential sale and is already in talks with &...

Clément Charpentreau
Air Force One, the flying White House
This is interesting!
Air Force One, the flying White House

If there is one aircraft as notorious as the Pope, one name as known as Coca Cola in the aviation world, it is the Air F...

AeroTime Team
AeroBrief | Emirates profit drops 86%
Civil Aviation
AeroBrief | Emirates profit drops 86%

After anticipatory warning that its finance sheets are not going to look good, Emirates finally revealed just how much i...

AeroTime Team
Beluga XL arrives for (un)loading tests
Civil Aviation
Beluga XL arrives for (un)loading tests

Airbus new super-transporter arrived to Germany on November 15, 2018, to begin loading and unloading tests....

Ina Hladyshava
Exclusive with Testia: when VR meets maintenance
MRO
Exclusive with Testia: when VR meets maintenance

Teddy Canadas, Chief Commercial Officer at Testia, presented to Ina Hladyshava from AeroTime the innovative so...

Jason Shaw
London Stansted gets approval for 43 million passengers a year
Airports
London Stansted gets approval for 43 million passengers a year

London Stansted Airport (STN) has received permission from Uttlesford District Council’s planning committee on Wednesday...

Clément Charpentreau
AeroBrief | From big orders to strike shadow at Virgin Atlantic
Civil Aviation
AeroBrief | From big orders to strike shadow at Virgin Atlantic

What’s up above our heads on November 15, 2018? The Pentagon orders 255 additional F-35s from Lockheed Martin. Vie...

Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Southwest’s deadly engine accident turns attention to fan blades
Civil Aviation
Southwest’s deadly engine accident turns attention to fan blades

An investigative hearing, investigating the fatal Southwest Airlines flight 1380, turns attention to CFM56-7B engine as...

Jason Shaw
SaudiGulf orders 10 Airbus A320neo family aircraft
Civil Aviation
SaudiGulf orders 10 Airbus A320neo family aircraft

SaudiGulf Airlines has reached an agreement with European planemaker Airbus to purchase ten A320neo family aircraft, it...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
China Southern is leaving SkyTeam alliance from 2019

China Southern Airlines announced on November 15, 2018, that it would leave SkyTeam alliance. The Chinese airline decide...

AeroTime Team
This is interesting!
AeroBrief | Unseen planes in skies of Europe and Saudi Arabia

What’s up in the skies on November 14, 2018? Riyad-based Flynas received the first A320neo of Saudi Arabia. An USA...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Passengers asked to pay for repair so LOT plane can take off

After a Boeing 787 Dreamliner hydraulic pump broke down, 249 passengers on board LOT Polish Airlines flight LO92 were as...

Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Civil Aviation
Airbus delivers special A321LR to launch customer

After the initial launch customer of A321LR went bankrupt, Airbus did not have to look long for another one. On November...

BREAKING | British Flybe enters formal sale process
Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Civil Aviation
BREAKING | British Flybe enters formal sale process

Flybe, independent regional airline from United Kingdom, is looking into a potential sale and is already in talks with &...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Third attempt to recover Air France passengers stuck in Siberia

“Russia” is becoming a dreaded word for Air France. After an airplane was forced to divert and left 300 pass...

Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Civil Aviation
AeroBrief | Drunk pilot, new airline and costly, costly fuel

Up in the skies on November 13, 2018: After a one month delay, Vietnam’s newest LCC finally gets permission to fly...