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PRATT & WHITNEY SIGNS THRUST REVERSER COMPONENT DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT WITH SATAIR GROUP

Pratt & Whitney | October 19, 2016

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Pratt & Whitney, a United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) company, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Satair Group, a leading provider of aftermarket services and solutions for the civil aerospace industry, for the exclusive distribution of PW4000 100-inch engine thrust reverser spare parts....

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ETIHAD EXPANDS ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH GULF AIR

Simple Flying | January 13, 2020

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Gulf Air has partnered up with Etihad to share benefits across both loyalty programs. Members of Etihad Guest, the loyalty program of Etihad, can now use their membership to redeem benefits across Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain. Likewise, those frequent flyer members of Gulf Air’s Falconflyer program can now use their points across Etihad’s vast network....

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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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BRA AXES A220 ORDER BUT PLANS E190 WET-LEASE

FlightGlobal | January 13, 2020

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Scandinavian carrier Braathens Regional Airlines has axed a long-standing order for Airbus A220s, and plans to wet-lease Embraer 190s for regional jet operations. BRA evolved from the merger of Malmo Aviation with other carrier operations and inherited the order for 10 Bombardier CSeries jets originally placed by Malmo in 2011. Malmo Aviation, through an associated lessor, had been one of the first four customers to order the CSeries – signing for five CS300s and five CS100s – with p...

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PRATT & WHITNEY SIGNS THRUST REVERSER COMPONENT DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT WITH SATAIR GROUP

Pratt & Whitney | October 19, 2016

Pratt & Whitney, a United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) company, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Satair Group, a leading provider of aftermarket services and solutions for the civil aerospace industry, for the exclusive distribution of PW4000 100-inch engine thrust reverser spare parts....

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ETIHAD EXPANDS ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH GULF AIR

Simple Flying | January 13, 2020

Gulf Air has partnered up with Etihad to share benefits across both loyalty programs. Members of Etihad Guest, the loyalty program of Etihad, can now use their membership to redeem benefits across Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain. Likewise, those frequent flyer members of Gulf Air’s Falconflyer program can now use their points across Etihad’s vast network....

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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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BRA AXES A220 ORDER BUT PLANS E190 WET-LEASE

FlightGlobal | January 13, 2020

Scandinavian carrier Braathens Regional Airlines has axed a long-standing order for Airbus A220s, and plans to wet-lease Embraer 190s for regional jet operations. BRA evolved from the merger of Malmo Aviation with other carrier operations and inherited the order for 10 Bombardier CSeries jets originally placed by Malmo in 2011. Malmo Aviation, through an associated lessor, had been one of the first four customers to order the CSeries – signing for five CS300s and five CS100s – with p...

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