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Rolls-Royce welcomes Delta TechOps into expanded service network as Trent 1000 work begins

Rolls-Royce has welcomed Delta TechOps into its expanded service network as it begins work on its first Trent engine. Delta TechOps began operations as a Trent Authorised Maintenance Centre, with the induction of a Trent 1000 engine module. The 127,000 sq ft state-of-the-art facility will also carry out services on the Trent 7000 and Trent XWB…. Read More ›

Norwegian double daily flights from Dublin to New York take off

Increase of 66,000 seats on popular Dublin to New York Stewart route Day trip shopping in New York now possible thanks to earlier departure from Dublin Commencing today Norwegian now offers a double daily service to New York Stewart International from Dublin providing passengers with greater choice and flexibility at an affordable price. With fares… Read More ›

Northrop Grumman Launches STAAR Aerospace STEM Summer Camp for Students in the UK

Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) has launched its Summer Time Advanced Aerospace Residency (STAAR) programme, a unique summer camp open to students across the U.K., aged 14-15 years, with an interest in aerospace engineering. The STAAR programme has been developed in partnership with the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the RAF Museum, and will be delivered… Read More ›

GE Aviation Expanding Two North Carolina Plants To Meet Growing Demand for Jet Engines

Just five years after breaking ground, GE Aviation is investing an additional $105M in its Asheville, NC, production facility to meet growing demand for the revolutionary ceramic matrix composite (CMC) components produced at the plant. As part of the investment, GE Aviation will create 131 new jobs at the Asheville facility, a significantly increasing its… Read More ›

Air France.

About Air France Air France, a global airline of French inspiration, with high standards and a caring attitude, turns the flight into a moment of real pleasure on all its daily operations in France, Europe and worldwide. Air France-KLM is the leading Group in terms of international traffic on departure from Europe. In 2017, it… Read More ›

Frontier airlines adds new service in ten cities around the country.

Starting this spring, Frontier Airlines will launch 10 new routes adding new service in 10 cities across the country. Cities receiving the new service include Austin, Texas; Charlotte, N.C.; Chicago; Cincinnati; Cleveland; Minneapolis; Cleveland; New York; San Antonio; San Diego and Washington. Frontier is offering special introductory fares as low as $29* on these new… Read More ›

FAA Orders Suspension of Western Air Express Air Carrier Certificate.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued an emergency order suspending the air carrier certificate of Western Air Express, based in Midland, Texas. Western Air Express operates one twin-engine Beechcraft Queen Air model BE-70-70 certificated for passenger operations. An FAA inspection on April 28, 2016, revealed that Western Air Express had not complied with engine… Read More ›

DELTA WINS BUSINESS TRAVEL NEWS SURVEY FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR.

CORPORATE TRAVEL MANAGERS VOTE DELTA TOP AIRLINE FOR THIRD YEAR IN A ROW. Corporate travel managers rated Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) No. 1 in this year’s Business Travel News Annual Airline Survey for the third year in a row. The airline ranked first among all carriers in nine of 10 categories scoring particularly high in key… Read More ›

Korean Air Introduces SkyPriority.

Korean Air joins SkyTeam, the global airline alliance, to introduce SkyPriority, the first alliance-wide, red-carpet treatment for all 15 SkyTeam member airlines’ top customers today. This first-of-its-kind concept in the airline industry will allow Korean Air and SkyTeam to offer an unparalleled level of seamless passenger service. This exclusive range of services, which includes priority… Read More ›

Delta Flight to Tokyo-Narita to be First to Depart Concourse F at Atlanta’s New Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal.

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) flight 295 to Tokyo-Narita will become the first flight to depart Concourse F at the new Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal when it opens tomorrow at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Shortly after flight 295’s departure, Delta flight 177 from Dublin, Ireland will be the first arrival on the new concourse…. Read More ›

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