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Flybe Aviation Services is one of the world's leading regional aircraft MRO and completion centres. With its headquarters in Exeter, UK, and employing more than 500 staff, Flybe Aviation Services has more than 25 years of experience

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EVIATION'S ALICE ACHIEVES MILESTONE WITH FIRST FLIGHT OF ALL-ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT

Eviation | September 28, 2022

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Eviation Aircraft, a manufacturer of all-electric aircraft, successfully completed the first flight of its zero-emission Alice aircraft, a historic day and major milestone in electric aviation. Alice lifted off at 7:10 a.m. from Grant County International Airport (MWH), flying for 8 minutes at an altitude of 3,500 feet. This trailblazing flight of the technology demonstrator provided Eviation with invaluable data to further optimize the aircraft for commercial production. <...

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BOEING TO OPEN THREE NEW FREIGHTER CONVERSION LINES; TAKES ORDER FOR ELEVEN 737-800BCF

Boeing | November 15, 2021

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As global demand for freighters continues to soar, Boeing [NYSE: BA] today announced plans to add three conversion lines for the market-leading 737-800BCF across North America and Europe. The company also signed a firm order with Icelease for eleven of the freighters as the launch customer for one of the new conversion lines. In 2022, the company will open one conversion line at Boeing's London Gatwick Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) facility, its state-of-the-art han...

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DELTA WILL KEEP BLOCKING SOME AIRCRAFT SEATS THROUGH EARLY JANUARY TO CALM TRAVELERS NERVOUS ABOUT VIRUS

Delta Air Lines | August 20, 2020

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Delta Air Lines will continue to limit the number of passengers it allows on each flight through early January in an effort to win over potential customers worried about flying during the coronavirus pandemic, the carrier said Thursday. Delta had previously said it will limit capacity to 60% of of its main cabin through the end of September. But after that it will raise the limit to 75% of its main cabin, blocking some middle seats, and will continue to do so through “at least” Jan. ...

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Business Aviation, Commercial Aviation

CANADA JETLINES PARTNERS WITH SABRE ON GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

Canada Jetlines | September 23, 2022

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Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. Canadian, leisure airline, is proud to announce a worldwide distribution agreement with Sabre, the leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry.This new long-term agreement ensures that Sabre will distribute the carrier’s comprehensive content for travel agencies and corporations through the Sabre travel marketplace (GDS) -- supporting Canada Jetlines in powering future revenue growth while reaching key market segments assoc...

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Aviation Technology

EVIATION'S ALICE ACHIEVES MILESTONE WITH FIRST FLIGHT OF ALL-ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT

Eviation | September 28, 2022

Eviation Aircraft, a manufacturer of all-electric aircraft, successfully completed the first flight of its zero-emission Alice aircraft, a historic day and major milestone in electric aviation. Alice lifted off at 7:10 a.m. from Grant County International Airport (MWH), flying for 8 minutes at an altitude of 3,500 feet. This trailblazing flight of the technology demonstrator provided Eviation with invaluable data to further optimize the aircraft for commercial production. <...

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Commercial Aviation

BOEING TO OPEN THREE NEW FREIGHTER CONVERSION LINES; TAKES ORDER FOR ELEVEN 737-800BCF

Boeing | November 15, 2021

As global demand for freighters continues to soar, Boeing [NYSE: BA] today announced plans to add three conversion lines for the market-leading 737-800BCF across North America and Europe. The company also signed a firm order with Icelease for eleven of the freighters as the launch customer for one of the new conversion lines. In 2022, the company will open one conversion line at Boeing's London Gatwick Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) facility, its state-of-the-art han...

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DELTA WILL KEEP BLOCKING SOME AIRCRAFT SEATS THROUGH EARLY JANUARY TO CALM TRAVELERS NERVOUS ABOUT VIRUS

Delta Air Lines | August 20, 2020

Delta Air Lines will continue to limit the number of passengers it allows on each flight through early January in an effort to win over potential customers worried about flying during the coronavirus pandemic, the carrier said Thursday. Delta had previously said it will limit capacity to 60% of of its main cabin through the end of September. But after that it will raise the limit to 75% of its main cabin, blocking some middle seats, and will continue to do so through “at least” Jan. ...

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Business Aviation, Commercial Aviation

CANADA JETLINES PARTNERS WITH SABRE ON GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

Canada Jetlines | September 23, 2022

Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. Canadian, leisure airline, is proud to announce a worldwide distribution agreement with Sabre, the leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry.This new long-term agreement ensures that Sabre will distribute the carrier’s comprehensive content for travel agencies and corporations through the Sabre travel marketplace (GDS) -- supporting Canada Jetlines in powering future revenue growth while reaching key market segments assoc...

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