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Travel Daily Media | March 03, 2020
Aeroflot has taken delivery of its first A350-900, becoming the launch operator of the latest generation widebody aircraft in eastern Europe. The plane features a distinctive new livery embracing the carrier’s almost 100-year heritage. The airline has a total of 22 A350-900 aircraft on order and operates an Airbus fleet of 126 aircraft (107 A320 family and 19 A330 family aircraft). Its A350-900 features a brand-new elegant cabin design, offering unrivalled passenger comfort....
Sabre Corporation | June 21, 2022
Sabre Corporation a leading software and technology provider that powers the global travel industry, announced an enhanced relationship with Cathay Pacific Airways, which will give Sabre-connected travel agencies globally the ability to access dynamic New Distribution Capability (NDC) content from Cathay Pacific through the Sabre travel marketplace.
The latest deal gives Sabre extra traction on its NDC roadmap while creating additional modern airline retailing opportunities ...
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Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. | July 26, 2022
Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. a worldwide leader in satellite networking technology, solutions, and services, announced that the Company is further expanding its strategic in-flight connectivity partnership in Japan with Intelsat.
Intelsat is augmenting its commercial and business aviation services in Japan to support even higher levels of IFC reliability for air travelers by expanding the network with two additional SkyEdge II-c hubs.
Gilat’s SkyEdge II-c is ...
Boeing | July 24, 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday instructed airlines to inspect some stored Boeing 737 planes for corrosion that could lead to engine shutdowns as hundreds of aircraft remain idled because of a drop in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The order for inspections on planes that have not been operated for a week or more will impact about 2,000 jets in the U.S., the FAA said. The orders do not relate to the Boeing 737 Max, which has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 af...
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