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Ryanair postpones first Boeing 737 MAX deliveries to winter 2019
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Ryanair postpones first Boeing 737 MAX deliveries to winter 2019

Ryanair continues to have “utmost confidence” in Boeing 737 MAX, but is postponing the delivery of its first...

Cho Yang-ho, head of Korean Air dynasty, dies
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Cho Yang-ho, head of Korean Air dynasty, dies

Cho Yang-ho, Korean Air chairman, has died due to illness at a hospital in the United States on April 8, 2019. The 70-ye...

Status check: Airbus slowly moving forward with A220
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Status check: Airbus slowly moving forward with A220

Airbus expects the demand for 100 to 150 seat aircraft to represent “at least” 7,000 planes over the next 20...

NTSB recovers Atlas Air black boxes
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NTSB recovers Atlas Air black boxes

The United States National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) has found both flight recorders from the crashed Atlas...

Rolls-Royce pulls out from Boeing NMA program
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Rolls-Royce pulls out from Boeing NMA program

Rolls-Royce withdraws from the competition to power Boeing’s proposed middle of the market aircraft, the New Midsi...

Will change of control help Jet Airways to avoid bankruptcy?
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Will change of control help Jet Airways to avoid bankruptcy?

Jet Airways, a major Indian airline, is struggling with major financial problems. In attempt “meet a funding gap&r...

Big surprise: Qantas buys Alliance Airlines share incognito?
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Big surprise: Qantas buys Alliance Airlines share incognito?

On February 1, 2019, Qantas released an official statement claiming it has bought a 19.99% stake in Alliance Airlines -...

With 130-strong Austrian fleet, EasyJet feels prepared for Brexit
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With 130-strong Austrian fleet, EasyJet feels prepared for Brexit

EasyJet already sees the light at the end of Brexit. UK’s low cost giant claims its bookings for post-Brexit are &...

Cuba appoints new transport minister
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Cuba appoints new transport minister

Politial change in Cuba comes at a time when the country's aviation sector is experiencing difficult times, reaching...

HK Airlines trustworthiness at stake as insurer stops payout
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HK Airlines trustworthiness at stake as insurer stops payout

Shaken by parent company’s HNA Group woes and the sudden leave of its own three high-ranking executives, the reput...

Qatar Airways makes 2nd move in Asia, buys China Southern stake
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Qatar Airways makes 2nd move in Asia, buys China Southern stake

The Qatari flag carrier has purchased a 5% stake in one of China’s Big Three airlines – China Southern....

Korean Air to raise no-show penalties after K-pop fans incident
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Korean Air to raise no-show penalties after K-pop fans incident

It appears that Korean Air has had enough with no-shows. South Korea’s national carrier wants to impose new moneta...

Korean Air to raise no-show penalties after K-pop fans incident
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Korean Air to raise no-show penalties after K-pop fans incident

It appears that Korean Air has had enough with no-shows. South Korea’s national carrier wants to impose new moneta...

New corruption allegations: US joins in on Airbus investigations
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New corruption allegations: US joins in on Airbus investigations

A new report U.S. lawmakers have opened an investigation into European aircraft manufacturer Airbus on suspicions of bri...

Boeing, Embraer tie-up faces more confrontation in Brazil
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Boeing, Embraer tie-up faces more confrontation in Brazil

A Brazilian court blocked Boeing-Embraer tie-up for the second time this month, after its first injunction was overturne...

Cursed 777s & state secrets: Zimbabwe Airways fleet shrinks to 2
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Cursed 777s & state secrets: Zimbabwe Airways fleet shrinks to 2

Earlier this month it became clear that in a best case scenario Zimbabwe Airways will receive only two of the four Boein...