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AIM Altitude designs, manufactures, certifies and maintains cabin interiors for the world’s major airlines on Airbus, Boeing and military aircraft. From cutting-edge premium social spaces and unique monuments, through to galleys and stowages. All inspirationally designed, meticulously engineered and beautifully crafted. We deliver dynamic interiors and solutions, from concept to completion.

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LUFTHANSA INVESTS IN TRIPACTIONS

Buying Business Travel | January 21, 2020

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Lufthansa Group has become the first airline company to invest in business travel platform TripActions, kicking off a strategic partnership. The investment – made through the Lufthansa Innovation Hub – comes as TripActions continues to expand into Europe after opening offices in London and Amsterdam in 2018. It marks Lufthansa’s fourth investment in a tech company and closes a Series D funding round with more than US$250 million raised at a valuation of US$4 billion. TripAction...

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SOUTHWEST AIRLINES REVISES MAX RETURN TO SERVICE TO AUGUST

Simple Flying | February 13, 2020

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Southwest Airlines, the largest operator of the 737 MAX, has revised its expectations to say that it will not include the troubled aircraft in schedules until August. Previously the airline had said it hoped the plane would return by 6 June. The continued grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX jet is causing an ongoing issue for several airlines. None more so than Southwest, which has 34 grounded MAX aircraft and 310 on order, making it the operator of the largest fleet of MAX aircraft....

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HONEYWELL AND WOOD INTRODUCE GROUNDBREAKING TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORT EFFORTS TOWARD CARBON-NEUTRAL SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL

Honeywell | September 24, 2021

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Honeywell and Wood announced a comprehensive package of technologies to support the effort to produce carbon-neutral aviation fuel. When used together, the technologies, which are based on Honeywell's UOP Ecofining process technology and Wood's hydrogen plant technology, could reduce lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 100% using certain feedstocks when compared to traditional petroleum aviation fuel. The UOP Ecofining process technology converts waste oils, fats, ...

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LUFTHANSA GROUP HELPS NEGOTIATE HISTORIC DEAL BETWEEN SERBIA AND KOSOVO

Simple Flying | January 20, 2020

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Earlier today at the US Embassy in Berlin, representatives of Serbia, Kosovo, the US and Lufthansa Group signed a historic agreement to establish an air link between Serbia and Kosovo. For the first time after 1998 when the two countries went to war, there will be flights between Belgrade and Pristina, and they will be launched by Eurowings. Why is this deal historic, and why will Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings be the first airline to make use of it?...

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Buying Business Travel | January 21, 2020

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LUFTHANSA INVESTS IN TRIPACTIONS

Lufthansa Group has become the first airline company to invest in business travel platform TripActions, kicking off a strategic partnership. The investment – made through the Lufthansa Innovation Hub – comes as TripActions continues to expand into Europe after opening offices in London and Amsterdam in 2018. It marks Lufthansa’s fourth investment in a tech company and closes a Series D funding round with more than US$250 million raised at a valuation of US$4 billion. TripAction...

Read More

Simple Flying | February 13, 2020

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SOUTHWEST AIRLINES REVISES MAX RETURN TO SERVICE TO AUGUST

Southwest Airlines, the largest operator of the 737 MAX, has revised its expectations to say that it will not include the troubled aircraft in schedules until August. Previously the airline had said it hoped the plane would return by 6 June. The continued grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX jet is causing an ongoing issue for several airlines. None more so than Southwest, which has 34 grounded MAX aircraft and 310 on order, making it the operator of the largest fleet of MAX aircraft....

Read More

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

Honeywell | September 24, 2021

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HONEYWELL AND WOOD INTRODUCE GROUNDBREAKING TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORT EFFORTS TOWARD CARBON-NEUTRAL SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL

Honeywell and Wood announced a comprehensive package of technologies to support the effort to produce carbon-neutral aviation fuel. When used together, the technologies, which are based on Honeywell's UOP Ecofining process technology and Wood's hydrogen plant technology, could reduce lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 100% using certain feedstocks when compared to traditional petroleum aviation fuel. The UOP Ecofining process technology converts waste oils, fats, ...

Read More

Simple Flying | January 20, 2020

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LUFTHANSA GROUP HELPS NEGOTIATE HISTORIC DEAL BETWEEN SERBIA AND KOSOVO

Earlier today at the US Embassy in Berlin, representatives of Serbia, Kosovo, the US and Lufthansa Group signed a historic agreement to establish an air link between Serbia and Kosovo. For the first time after 1998 when the two countries went to war, there will be flights between Belgrade and Pristina, and they will be launched by Eurowings. Why is this deal historic, and why will Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings be the first airline to make use of it?...

Read More