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EBASExecutive & Business Aviation Support, or EBAS, is an EASA Part-145 Approved Maintenance Repair Organisation (MRO) and a proud, founding member of the Diamond Hangar Aviation Hub. Our mission is to provide turnkey solutions to all aspects of business jet servicing and operation from heavy maintenance to large scale aircraft modification; all within one very unique and purpose built facility close to the centre of London.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES STICKS BY BOEING 737 MAX COMMITMENT

Simple Flying | April 16, 2020

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The CEO of one of the world’s biggest airlines, American Airlines, is sticking to his guns with their Boeing 737 MAX orders. The airline has 76 MAXs on order, due to join its current fleet of 24 MAXs. But despite the challenges facing Boeing’s MAX program, American Airlines, and the wider aviation industry, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker isn’t planning to defer any 737 MAX deliveries....

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AEROFLOT – JAPAN AIRLINES CODESHARE OPENS UP NEW POSSIBILITIES

Simple Flying | February 10, 2020

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Russian airline Aeroflot and Japan Airlines have entered a codeshare agreement. The move should increase flexibility for passengers traveling between Russia and Japan, and comes into effect on the 29th March 2020. A codeshare agreement means multiple airlines can sell seats for the same trip. In this case, it’s Aeroflot and Japan Airlines. If you booked a flight from Moscow – Tokyo through Aeroflot after March, the flight could be on a Japan Airlines or Aeroflot branded aircraft. The...

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BRITISH AIRWAYS TENTATIVELY SCHEDULES A380 FLIGHTS FROM OCTOBER

British Airways | September 14, 2020

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British Airways has begun tentatively scheduling in at least some of its A380s for service over the winter season. Routing information suggests at least six A380s could be in operation from October 25th onwards, four on transatlantic services to the US, and a pair flying down to Johannesburg. Here’s what you need to know about these flights....

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PIPISTREL SELECTS HONEYWELL'S REVOLUTIONARY SMALL UAV SATCOM SYSTEM FOR ALL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT PLATFORMS

Honeywell | August 16, 2021

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Pipistrel's Nuuva V300 is a long-range, large-capacity, autonomous UAV. It will take off and land vertically with battery power, meaning it does not require a runway, and has significantly lower operating costs than helicopters. It can carry loads up to 460 kilograms (~1010 pounds) for more than 300 kilometers (~186 miles), making it an ideal solution for deliveries to areas traditionally accessible only by helicopter. Its smaller sibling, the Nuuva V20, shares the same architecture and adva...

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Simple Flying | April 16, 2020

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AMERICAN AIRLINES STICKS BY BOEING 737 MAX COMMITMENT

The CEO of one of the world’s biggest airlines, American Airlines, is sticking to his guns with their Boeing 737 MAX orders. The airline has 76 MAXs on order, due to join its current fleet of 24 MAXs. But despite the challenges facing Boeing’s MAX program, American Airlines, and the wider aviation industry, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker isn’t planning to defer any 737 MAX deliveries....

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Simple Flying | February 10, 2020

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AEROFLOT – JAPAN AIRLINES CODESHARE OPENS UP NEW POSSIBILITIES

Russian airline Aeroflot and Japan Airlines have entered a codeshare agreement. The move should increase flexibility for passengers traveling between Russia and Japan, and comes into effect on the 29th March 2020. A codeshare agreement means multiple airlines can sell seats for the same trip. In this case, it’s Aeroflot and Japan Airlines. If you booked a flight from Moscow – Tokyo through Aeroflot after March, the flight could be on a Japan Airlines or Aeroflot branded aircraft. The...

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British Airways | September 14, 2020

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BRITISH AIRWAYS TENTATIVELY SCHEDULES A380 FLIGHTS FROM OCTOBER

British Airways has begun tentatively scheduling in at least some of its A380s for service over the winter season. Routing information suggests at least six A380s could be in operation from October 25th onwards, four on transatlantic services to the US, and a pair flying down to Johannesburg. Here’s what you need to know about these flights....

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AIR TRANSPORT

Honeywell | August 16, 2021

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PIPISTREL SELECTS HONEYWELL'S REVOLUTIONARY SMALL UAV SATCOM SYSTEM FOR ALL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT PLATFORMS

Pipistrel's Nuuva V300 is a long-range, large-capacity, autonomous UAV. It will take off and land vertically with battery power, meaning it does not require a runway, and has significantly lower operating costs than helicopters. It can carry loads up to 460 kilograms (~1010 pounds) for more than 300 kilometers (~186 miles), making it an ideal solution for deliveries to areas traditionally accessible only by helicopter. Its smaller sibling, the Nuuva V20, shares the same architecture and adva...

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