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Tag: Atlantic Ocean

easyJet extends ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ to seven airports and adds new connections airline partners

easyJet will add Berlin Tegel, Amsterdam Schiphol,  Venice Marco Polo, Paris Charles De Gaulle and Orly, Edinburgh and Inverness to its ‘Worldwide by easyJet connections’ product New connecting airline partners have also been announced – Thomas Cook Airlines, Corsair, La Compagnie and Loganair 53 million easyJet customers will be able to connect to other airlines’… Read More ›

Embraer Signs Pool Program Contract with Widerøe for E-Jets E2.

São José dos Campos, Brazil, January 4, 2018 – Embraer and Widerøe, the largest regional airline in Scandinavia and launch customer for the E190-E2, have reached an agreement on a Flight Hour Pool Program for the airline’s soon to be inducted E2 fleet. This is the first contract of its kind signed for the E-Jets… Read More ›

Gulfstream exceeds G500 and G600 planned performance.

Increased Capabilities Reflect Company’s Discipline, Rigor And Continuous-Improvement Culture. Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. today announced that its long-range Gulfstream G500 and Gulfstream G600 offer even better performance than originally promised. During rigorous flight testing, the all-new aircraft have exceeded expectations, regularly demonstrating capabilities beyond the company’s initial projections. As a result, Gulfstream is announcing new performance… Read More ›

Portugal – “the home of the great explorers and voyagers”

Today we share a video from Asian Air Safari, a Filipino documentary program featuring unique flying and travel adventures, presented by real-life pilot Captain Joy Roa, a beloved figure in the aviation industry with over 35 years of experience in any flying machine. This episode is about Portugal – “the home of the great explorers… Read More ›

airberlin expands airgusto restaurant service

Now available on long-haul from Dusseldorf, New York and Abu Dhabi airberlin is extending its globally unique airgusto restaurant service. From 1 February 2017, it will also be available on all long-haul flights from Dusseldorf and for the first time on flights from New York and Abu Dhabi. airberlin introduced the restaurant service on long-haul… Read More ›

OGMA will participate in the Aerospace Meetings

OGMA will participate in the Aerospace Meetings taking place in Lisbon, on 1 and 2 February. Aerospace Meetings Lisbon is one of the most important international business meetings for the aerospace industry in Portugal. Related articles Why Portugal could be key to helping India strike trade, security deals from South America to Africa Big Ups… Read More ›

Leonardo: successful first flight for the new Aermacchi M-345

•    The M-345 is the latest-generation basic jet trainer from Leonardo •    The aircraft met the expectations while showing excellent performance •    Tests will be completed within 2017   The prototype of the new Aermacchi M-345HET (High Efficiency Trainer) two-seat basic jet trainer has successfully completed its first flight from Venegono Superiore airfield (Varese, Italy)… Read More ›

Three Leonardo employees receive top international electronic warfare awards

The awards went to: Dr Clive Coleman, Phil Davies and Professor Steve Roberts  The awards were presented by the US-based Association of Old Crows and by the UK’s Royal Aeronautical Society  Three Leonardo-Finmeccanica employees have received prestigious international awards this month for their work in the field of electronic warfare. Two of the awards were… Read More ›

More flights to Sylt next summer with airberlin

New connection to Germany’s northernmost island from Zurich Next summer airberlin will once again provide a direct service for flight guests from various cities to the German island of Sylt. Germany’s second largest airline will expand the number of flights it offers to Sylt in order to give more holidaymakers fast and direct access to… Read More ›

EASA, IATA Move to Reduce Risk of Loss of Control Accidents.

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the publication of new training requirements for airline pilots to prevent loss of control situations. The so called “upset prevention and recovery training” (UPRT) requirements aim to better train pilots in order to face unexpected events, potentially leading to a loss… Read More ›

Gulfstream G650 Receives Type Certificate.

    Ultra-Long-Range Aircraft Sets New Standard For Aviation.   Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.’s ultra-large-cabin, ultra-long-range Gulfstream G650 business-jet aircraft received a type certificate today from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The certification verifies the airworthiness of the aircraft’s design. Gulfstream expects to deliver the first fully outfitted G650 business jets to customers before year-end. The… Read More ›

Sikorsky Completes Production of the S-92® Helicopter for Irish Coast Guard Search and Rescue Operations

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX), has completed production of an S-92®helicopter for operation by CHC Helicopter on behalf of the Irish Coast Guard. Equipped for dedicated search and rescue (SAR) operations, the helicopter will provide coverage for deep Atlantic Ocean missions, service Ireland’s offshore islands, and provide rescue cover from… Read More ›

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