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Southwest Airlines | April 26, 2022
Southwest Airlines has selected IFS as their enterprise maintenance management standard to maximize operational effectiveness while ensuring aircraft reliability and availability. IFS is currently operating throughout the airline's almost 730-strong fleet of Boeing 737-800, 737-700, and 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
Southwest Airlines, the most significant domestic airline in the United States by enplanements and serving over 100 destinations, has embarked on an attempt to consolidate n...
L3Harris Technologies | October 31, 2022
L3Harris Technologies announced today one of its key environmental, social and governance (ESG) ratings for 2022, which places it among the top five percent of aerospace and defense companies worldwide. The newest rating for L3Harris, determined by Sustainalytics, ranks its ESG efforts ahead of nearly all its industry peers and marks three consecutive years of improvement and progress toward achieving its 2026 sustainability goals. Sustainalytics, a leading independent ESG rating firm, bases its...
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Astronics Corporation | June 13, 2022
Astronics Corporation a leading provider of advanced technologies for global aerospace, defense and other mission critical industries, announced today that it has signed an agreement with Southwest Airlines to provide its EMPOWER® Passenger In-Seat Power System for installation on 475 Boeing 737 MAX-7 and MAX-8 aircraft. This award is part of Southwest’s recently announced significant cabin upgrade initiative to enhance the Customer experience.
The system configuration s...
Simple Flying | January 20, 2020
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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