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Daily digest, April 20th


 
Emirates to cut flights on some US routes
 

Emirates announced plans to reduce flights on five US routes starting in May due to weakened demand after the restrictions imposed by the Trump administration.

 
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Why do aircraft spare parts arrive too late?
 

Managers in MRO companies are familiar with the syndrome of late delivery of parts or material required to complete the maintenance repair work. Joseph Reinherz, CEO of Progressive MRO, shares his opinion on the matter, exclusive in AeroTime.

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Airbus delivers first A321neo to Virgin America
 

Airbus has delivered the first A321neo, powered by CFM International’s LEAP-1A engines, to Virgin America. The aircraft is expected to enter service on May 31, 2017 with its inaugural flight from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).

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 Air passengers face a bumpier ride due to climate change
 
 Saudi military Black Hawk downed in Yemen with 12 dead
 
 
 AirAsia acquires 50% stake in travel planning startup Touristly
 
 History Hour: Hercules makes longest first flight in history
 
 
 
 
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