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Aircraft Maintenance, Airworthiness, Aircraft storage, Aircraft Painting, Dismanteling, A check, C Check, Line and base maintenance. Main base: Orly and Châteauroux, Fujhara (under construction) Line stations: Orly, Roissy, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Casablanca, Abidjan, Karthoum Main aircraft approvals: Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321, B737 Classics and NG, Airbus A340, Boeing B767, Boeing B777

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AMERICAN UNVEILS NEW WIFI SUBSCRIPTION PROGRAM & UPGRADED AIRPASS PROGRAM

American Airlines | November 10, 2020

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American Airlines is rolling out some new features for its inflight WiFi offerings, entertainment, and the AirPass program. These changes will offer customers more flexibility when it comes to flying with American. One of the most beneficial features is a new WiFi subscription plan that will start on November 10th. Frequent fliers who also like to work inflight will note that WiFi is a must. While American Airlines offers WiFi on most domestic flights for as little as $10, WiFi charges ca...

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OPTIMIZATION OF AIR CARGO HANDLING PROCESSES THANKS TO AI AND TELEMATICS

INFORM Institut für Operations Research und Management GmbH | May 19, 2020

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Keeping track of unit load devices (ULDs), containers, and dollies has been a major challenge for ground handlers over the years. The difficulty that involves gathering real-time information on the status of such assets has led to several inefficiencies when trying to control them. The result: Excessive costs due to inadequate manpower and ground support equipment (GSE) allocation. To address this problematic, INFORM GmbH teamed up with Blumenbecker Technik GmbH. In a joint effort...

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ZEVA SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETES HISTORIC FIRST TEST FLIGHT

ZEVA | January 15, 2022

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ZEVA, a pioneer in zero-emission electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft transportation, successfully achieved its first untethered, powered, controlled flight test for its full-scale ZEVA ZERO flying wing airframe utilizing its eight zero-emission electric motor-driven propellers. The major milestone for the Tacoma-based startup was captured in this new video in rural Pierce County, Washington, on Sunday, January 9th, 2022 as part of its rigorous test program to achieve FAA airwo...

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​AIRBUS BEGINS BELUGAXL OPERATIONS

FlightGlobal | January 13, 2020

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Airbus has started operating the first of the six BelugaXL high-capacity transports it is building to facilitate production ramp-up. The A330-based aircraft completed its first operational flight on 9 January, says the airframer. EASA certification was secured in November 2019, following a test campaign of more than 700h across some 200 flights since the first in July 2018. All six BelugaXL freighters will be operating by the end of 2023, Airbus indicates. The Rolls-Royce Trent 700-powered aircr...

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AIRPORT MANAGEMENT

AMERICAN UNVEILS NEW WIFI SUBSCRIPTION PROGRAM & UPGRADED AIRPASS PROGRAM

American Airlines | November 10, 2020

American Airlines is rolling out some new features for its inflight WiFi offerings, entertainment, and the AirPass program. These changes will offer customers more flexibility when it comes to flying with American. One of the most beneficial features is a new WiFi subscription plan that will start on November 10th. Frequent fliers who also like to work inflight will note that WiFi is a must. While American Airlines offers WiFi on most domestic flights for as little as $10, WiFi charges ca...

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OPTIMIZATION OF AIR CARGO HANDLING PROCESSES THANKS TO AI AND TELEMATICS

INFORM Institut für Operations Research und Management GmbH | May 19, 2020

Keeping track of unit load devices (ULDs), containers, and dollies has been a major challenge for ground handlers over the years. The difficulty that involves gathering real-time information on the status of such assets has led to several inefficiencies when trying to control them. The result: Excessive costs due to inadequate manpower and ground support equipment (GSE) allocation. To address this problematic, INFORM GmbH teamed up with Blumenbecker Technik GmbH. In a joint effort...

Read More
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DESIGN AND ENGINEERING

ZEVA SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETES HISTORIC FIRST TEST FLIGHT

ZEVA | January 15, 2022

ZEVA, a pioneer in zero-emission electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft transportation, successfully achieved its first untethered, powered, controlled flight test for its full-scale ZEVA ZERO flying wing airframe utilizing its eight zero-emission electric motor-driven propellers. The major milestone for the Tacoma-based startup was captured in this new video in rural Pierce County, Washington, on Sunday, January 9th, 2022 as part of its rigorous test program to achieve FAA airwo...

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​AIRBUS BEGINS BELUGAXL OPERATIONS

FlightGlobal | January 13, 2020

Airbus has started operating the first of the six BelugaXL high-capacity transports it is building to facilitate production ramp-up. The A330-based aircraft completed its first operational flight on 9 January, says the airframer. EASA certification was secured in November 2019, following a test campaign of more than 700h across some 200 flights since the first in July 2018. All six BelugaXL freighters will be operating by the end of 2023, Airbus indicates. The Rolls-Royce Trent 700-powered aircr...

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