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Gulf Air receives its first A320neo
Civil Aviation
Gulf Air receives its first A320neo

Gulf Air, the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, took delivery of its first A320neo today. The aircraft, powered by...

Brazil could soon have Open Skies with several European countries
Civil Aviation
Brazil could soon have Open Skies with several European countries

The National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil reported that the first Open Skies negotiations with three European Un...

History Hour: The yet unchallenged speed record on Boeing 720
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History Hour: The yet unchallenged speed record on Boeing 720

On August 15, 1962, American Airlines’ Captain Eugene M. Kruse set a National Aeronautic Association Class C-...

First ACJ320neo assembled
Civil Aviation
First ACJ320neo assembled

The first ACJ320neo has been assembled on programme, fitted with CFM International LEAP-1A engines and painted in ACJ ho...

USAF awards second hypersonic weapon contract to Lockheed Martin
Defense
USAF awards second hypersonic weapon contract to Lockheed Martin

Shortly after the maiden flight of China’s own hypersonic aircraft, Xingkong-2, the United States Air Force awarde...

Opinion: no deal on post-Brexit aviation is worse than a bad deal
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Opinion: no deal on post-Brexit aviation is worse than a bad deal

Recent flight disruptions may be a harbinger of things to come if Brexit negotiators do not afford some level of pr...

Brazilian Congress must be consulted about Embraer-Boeing union
Civil Aviation
Brazilian Congress must be consulted about Embraer-Boeing union

Rodrigo Maia, president of the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil said that the Congress of this country should be consulted...

Boeing names aerospace industry leader to head AvionX
Promotions & appointments
Boeing names aerospace industry leader to head AvionX

Boeing named Brendan Curran president of Boeing AvionX, an organization formed last year to pursue the develop...

History Hour: Bell P-39 Airacobra, the futuristic US fighter jet
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History Hour: Bell P-39 Airacobra, the futuristic US fighter jet

On August 9, 1939, the prototype Bell XP-39 Airacobra was flown from the Langley Memorial Aeronautics Laboratory (Langle...

Ethiopian Airlines suspends route Barcelona-Addis Ababa
Civil Aviation
Ethiopian Airlines suspends route Barcelona-Addis Ababa

Just 44 days after inaugurating the route, Ethiopian Airlines announced that as of August 15, 2018, it will suspend sche...

FL Technics lands Comair Limited as a new client
MRO
FL Technics lands Comair Limited as a new client

FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, has announced the signi...

INFOGRAPHIC: History of Californian aviation
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INFOGRAPHIC: History of Californian aviation

Though Los Angeles might be best known for the stars on the streets, there’s just as much history with the ones in...

Three ways airports can transform on-time departures
Airports
Three ways airports can transform on-time departures

Customer satisfaction for airlines and airports often pivots on ‘on-time departure’ performance. How can air...

Africa becoming new opportunity continent for emerging airlines
Aviation Economics
Africa becoming new opportunity continent for emerging airlines

The African commercial air travel market represents massive amounts of untouched opportunity for new airlines. ...

Air China and Sichuan take delivery of their first Airbus A350
Civil Aviation
Air China and Sichuan take delivery of their first Airbus A350

Air China and Sichuan Airlines have taken delivery of their first A350-900s in Toulouse on August 8, 2018. They become t...

Not so “quiet” skies: revelations from TSA‘s surveillance program
Civil Aviation
Not so “quiet” skies: revelations from TSA‘s surveillance program

This article was written by Bonnie Goldstein, Investigative Advisor with the Project On Government Oversight and fi...