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Airways New Zealand | May 09, 2018
Air navigation services provider Airways New Zealand has issued a request for proposal (RFP) seeking a digital tower technology supplier for Invercargill Airport. The company’s latest move comes as it plans to replace its air traffic control (ATC) tower with a remote tower at the airport. Airways noted that the digital ATC tower uses high-definition video cameras and other systems, which allow air traffic controllers to provide services from a remote location. Surveillance sensors, flight ...
Simple Flying | January 17, 2020
Canadian operator WestJet is planning a new transatlantic service. The Boeing 737 operated flight would be used to connect Canada’s Halifax to Manchester in the United Kingdom. The seasonal flight is set to operate over the 2020 summer period. WestJet is launching its third route from Halifax to the United Kingdom this summer. Accompanying its existing routes to London and Glasgow, the new connection will be operated by a Boeing 737 aircraft. Launching in June, the route will remain in ope...
ch-aviation | January 16, 2020
Qatar Airways has announced a codeshare partnership with Deutsche Bahn (DB) the German railway operator, offering its passengers connections to and from eight key destinations in Germany, according to a press release issued by the airline. The Oneworld carrier currently operates 35 weekly flights between Doha Hamad Int'l and the German cities of Frankfurt Int'l (2x daily), Munich (2x daily), and Berlin Tegel (1x daily). Under the DB deal, Qatar Airways passengers will be able to connect ...
FlightGlobal | January 13, 2020
Scandinavian carrier Braathens Regional Airlines has axed a long-standing order for Airbus A220s, and plans to wet-lease Embraer 190s for regional jet operations. BRA evolved from the merger of Malmo Aviation with other carrier operations and inherited the order for 10 Bombardier CSeries jets originally placed by Malmo in 2011. Malmo Aviation, through an associated lessor, had been one of the first four customers to order the CSeries – signing for five CS300s and five CS100s – with p...
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