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LMI is a world-class leader in designing, building and manufacturing aerospace structures, systems and components for the large commercial airplane, business and regional jet, and military aircraft sectors.

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BOEING IS REPORTEDLY TALKING TO ALASKA AIRLINES ABOUT A 737 MAX ORDER

Boeing | October 08, 2020

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Alaska Airlines may be preparing to open their checkbook and order more Boeing 737 MAXs. The North American airline already has 32 MAXs on order. The size of any new order is unknown, and the deal remains in the negotiating stage, but any new 737 MAX order would be a welcome boost for Boeing and its beleaguered MAX program....

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ACI PARTNERS WITH CANSO FOR AVIATION NOISE REDUCTION GUIDANCE

International Airport Review | February 28, 2020

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ACI World has announced a new partnership with the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) in order to deliver guidance material for airports working to reduce aviation noise and emissions, titled ‘Use of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) For Noise Management’. In collaboration with aviation industry partners, ACI and CANSO have worked to identify opportunities that enable airports to enhance operational efficiency and capacity whilst maintaining the highest level of safe...

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AMERIFLIGHT INCREASES PILOT PAY TO SUPPORT GROWING OPERATION AND REMAIN EMPLOYER OF CHOICE

Ameriflight | August 25, 2022

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Ameriflight announced significant changes to its pilot pay program. Pilots will receive an industry leading compensation package, including substantial increases at all steps of the pay scale and a six-figure retention bonus plan. First year, entry level Captains will now earn $76,500 in base salary while flying for the nation’s largest Part 135 Cargo airline.Details of the new compensation package include up to a 49% increase in first year, base pay and a retention-based bonus program whi...

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WESTJET INCREDIBLY EXCITED TO WELCOME BACK THE 737 MAX

WestJet | September 28, 2020

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Canadian low-cost airline WestJet is excited to get the MAX back into service. While it sees the aircraft being allowed to fly in Q4 of 2020, it doesn’t expect to see it on its own schedules until probably next year. Nevertheless, Jeff Martin, Chief Operations Officer at WestJet, has said that the airline is ‘committed’ to the MAX and excited to see it in its fleet....

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BOEING IS REPORTEDLY TALKING TO ALASKA AIRLINES ABOUT A 737 MAX ORDER

Boeing | October 08, 2020

Alaska Airlines may be preparing to open their checkbook and order more Boeing 737 MAXs. The North American airline already has 32 MAXs on order. The size of any new order is unknown, and the deal remains in the negotiating stage, but any new 737 MAX order would be a welcome boost for Boeing and its beleaguered MAX program....

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ACI PARTNERS WITH CANSO FOR AVIATION NOISE REDUCTION GUIDANCE

International Airport Review | February 28, 2020

ACI World has announced a new partnership with the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) in order to deliver guidance material for airports working to reduce aviation noise and emissions, titled ‘Use of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) For Noise Management’. In collaboration with aviation industry partners, ACI and CANSO have worked to identify opportunities that enable airports to enhance operational efficiency and capacity whilst maintaining the highest level of safe...

Read More
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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

AMERIFLIGHT INCREASES PILOT PAY TO SUPPORT GROWING OPERATION AND REMAIN EMPLOYER OF CHOICE

Ameriflight | August 25, 2022

Ameriflight announced significant changes to its pilot pay program. Pilots will receive an industry leading compensation package, including substantial increases at all steps of the pay scale and a six-figure retention bonus plan. First year, entry level Captains will now earn $76,500 in base salary while flying for the nation’s largest Part 135 Cargo airline.Details of the new compensation package include up to a 49% increase in first year, base pay and a retention-based bonus program whi...

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WESTJET INCREDIBLY EXCITED TO WELCOME BACK THE 737 MAX

WestJet | September 28, 2020

Canadian low-cost airline WestJet is excited to get the MAX back into service. While it sees the aircraft being allowed to fly in Q4 of 2020, it doesn’t expect to see it on its own schedules until probably next year. Nevertheless, Jeff Martin, Chief Operations Officer at WestJet, has said that the airline is ‘committed’ to the MAX and excited to see it in its fleet....

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Decarbonizing Aviation

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DEFENSE AND SPACE

Electric Aviation in 2022

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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

The Future of Advanced Aerial Mobility

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AIR TRANSPORT

Decarbonizing Aviation

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