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MEL Aviation Limited, head office of the prestigious MEL Group, provide a total engineering solution to the aerospace, defence and industrial industries in the UK and worldwide. Their capabilities range from design, manufacture of ground support equipment and airborne components to the repair and overhaul of civil and military aerospace and defence products.

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AA BACKS EFFORTS TO EXTEND BILLIONS IN FEDERAL AID TO PROTECT AVIATION JOBS THROUGH MARCH 2021

American Airlines | July 15, 2020

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American Airlines' top executives on Wednesday backed efforts to extend billions in federal aid to protect aviation jobs through March as the pandemic's impact on travel threatens tens of thousands of positions. Some $32 billion in federal aid was set aside to protect jobs in the U.S. airline industry, and it prohibited employers from cutting positions through Sept. 30 under the CARES Act relief package that lawmakers passed in March....

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BREEZE AIRWAYS™ INAUGURATES NEW SERVICE FROM JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL’S JUMBO SHRIMP

Breeze Airways | May 20, 2022

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Breeze Airways, the Seriously Nice™ low-fare airline founded by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman, officially inaugurated service from Jacksonville International Airport today with a nonstop flight to Richmond, VA. Richmond marks the first of eight new routes to be added from Jacksonville this summer, with fares starting as low as $49 one way. On May 27, Breeze will add nonstop service to four cities: Columbus, OH; New Orleans, LA; Providence, RI; and Norfo...

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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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STRATOLAUNCH DEBUTS TALON-A SEPARATION TEST VEHICLE

Stratolaunch | May 27, 2022

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Stratolaunch is excited to announce the public debut of its structurally complete Talon-A test vehicle, TA-0, in this week's issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology. This first Talon-A vehicle will be used to test and validate Roc's release system and characterize the separation dynamics of the Talon vehicle. In addition to the first view of the vehicle by itself, the article also includes recent photos of the first mating of TA-0 to Roc's pylon located on the center wing.
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AA BACKS EFFORTS TO EXTEND BILLIONS IN FEDERAL AID TO PROTECT AVIATION JOBS THROUGH MARCH 2021

American Airlines | July 15, 2020

American Airlines' top executives on Wednesday backed efforts to extend billions in federal aid to protect aviation jobs through March as the pandemic's impact on travel threatens tens of thousands of positions. Some $32 billion in federal aid was set aside to protect jobs in the U.S. airline industry, and it prohibited employers from cutting positions through Sept. 30 under the CARES Act relief package that lawmakers passed in March....

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Airport Management

BREEZE AIRWAYS™ INAUGURATES NEW SERVICE FROM JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL’S JUMBO SHRIMP

Breeze Airways | May 20, 2022

Breeze Airways, the Seriously Nice™ low-fare airline founded by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman, officially inaugurated service from Jacksonville International Airport today with a nonstop flight to Richmond, VA. Richmond marks the first of eight new routes to be added from Jacksonville this summer, with fares starting as low as $49 one way. On May 27, Breeze will add nonstop service to four cities: Columbus, OH; New Orleans, LA; Providence, RI; and Norfo...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES STICKS BY BOEING 737 MAX COMMITMENT

Simple Flying | April 16, 2020

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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Aviation Technology

STRATOLAUNCH DEBUTS TALON-A SEPARATION TEST VEHICLE

Stratolaunch | May 27, 2022

Stratolaunch is excited to announce the public debut of its structurally complete Talon-A test vehicle, TA-0, in this week's issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology. This first Talon-A vehicle will be used to test and validate Roc's release system and characterize the separation dynamics of the Talon vehicle. In addition to the first view of the vehicle by itself, the article also includes recent photos of the first mating of TA-0 to Roc's pylon located on the center wing.
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