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DASSAULT AVIATION SELECTS GE AVIATION FOR ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION & CONTROL ON THE FALCON10X

Dassault Aviation | August 02, 2021

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Dassault Aviation has selected GE Aviation to provide the Primary and solid state Secondary Electrical Power Distribution and Control System for the recently launched Dassault Falcon 10X aircraft. “The Primary and Secondary Power Distribution System on the Falcon 10X system is a next generation design providing significant weight savings over conventional architecture with equipment reduction,” said Brad Mottier, president of Systems for GE Aviation. The...

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THE NEW AEROPLAN IS COSTING AIR CANADA THE SAME AS A NEW WIDEBODY AIRCRAFT

Air Canada | October 05, 2020

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It’s just a few weeks now until the new and revamped Aeroplan launches, which will see several passenger-friendly changes taking place. On top of what Air Canada spent to take the program back in house in 2017, it has invested the value of a new widebody aircraft in perfecting the digital structure to support the new plan. Mark Nasr, Vice President of Loyalty and E-Commerce at Air Canada, discussed these changes....

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AMERICAN JOINS THE CLUB WITH PREFLIGHT COVID TESTING PLAN

American Airlines | September 30, 2020

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American Airlines is joining the club and setting up the groundwork for a major COVID-19 preflight testing program. The airline has taken the first step with initial testing programs aimed to be in place as soon as next month and plans to grow based on those results. Here’s what you need to know....

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106% RISE IN AIRLINE ANCILLARY REVENUES

Buying Business Travel | February 18, 2020

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The global airline industry has seen a 106 per cent increase in revenue earned from the sale of ‘a la carte’ ancillary services since 2015, rising to US$75.6 billion in 2019. Europe – commonly referred to as the ‘birthplace’ of airline a la carte revenue – continues to lead the global charts, with carriers based across the region and Russia taking in US$31.5 billion in 2019, an increase of 122 per cent, according to research by IdeaWorksCompany and CarTrawler....

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AIR TRANSPORT

DASSAULT AVIATION SELECTS GE AVIATION FOR ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION & CONTROL ON THE FALCON10X

Dassault Aviation | August 02, 2021

Dassault Aviation has selected GE Aviation to provide the Primary and solid state Secondary Electrical Power Distribution and Control System for the recently launched Dassault Falcon 10X aircraft. “The Primary and Secondary Power Distribution System on the Falcon 10X system is a next generation design providing significant weight savings over conventional architecture with equipment reduction,” said Brad Mottier, president of Systems for GE Aviation. The...

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THE NEW AEROPLAN IS COSTING AIR CANADA THE SAME AS A NEW WIDEBODY AIRCRAFT

Air Canada | October 05, 2020

It’s just a few weeks now until the new and revamped Aeroplan launches, which will see several passenger-friendly changes taking place. On top of what Air Canada spent to take the program back in house in 2017, it has invested the value of a new widebody aircraft in perfecting the digital structure to support the new plan. Mark Nasr, Vice President of Loyalty and E-Commerce at Air Canada, discussed these changes....

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AMERICAN JOINS THE CLUB WITH PREFLIGHT COVID TESTING PLAN

American Airlines | September 30, 2020

American Airlines is joining the club and setting up the groundwork for a major COVID-19 preflight testing program. The airline has taken the first step with initial testing programs aimed to be in place as soon as next month and plans to grow based on those results. Here’s what you need to know....

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106% RISE IN AIRLINE ANCILLARY REVENUES

Buying Business Travel | February 18, 2020

The global airline industry has seen a 106 per cent increase in revenue earned from the sale of ‘a la carte’ ancillary services since 2015, rising to US$75.6 billion in 2019. Europe – commonly referred to as the ‘birthplace’ of airline a la carte revenue – continues to lead the global charts, with carriers based across the region and Russia taking in US$31.5 billion in 2019, an increase of 122 per cent, according to research by IdeaWorksCompany and CarTrawler....

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