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Nova Capital | December 02, 2021
LCI, a leading aviation leasing company, announces an agreement to acquire Nova Capital Aviation (Ireland) Limited, a division of the Nova Capital Group.
Nova Capital Aviation (Ireland) Limited represents the twin-engine rotary and fixed-wing aircraft lease division of the Nova Capital Group, with single-engine operations remaining within the Group.
The acquisition will result in a substantial expansion of LCI's leasing platform to over 140 twin-engine rotary an...
Delta Air Lines | February 11, 2021
Delta Air Lines is growing its facial recognition technology to domestic flights at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, as per Fox News.
Delta previously introduced the technology in 2018 at its base camp at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Detroit is one of its hubs, acquired when Delta bought Northwest Airlines in 2008.
Facial recognition isn't required nor for everybody. Given in association the Transportation Security Administration (...
FDH AERO | September 07, 2021
FDH Aero, an aerospace and defense products distributor serving aircraft production and aftermarket supply chains, has acquired Madison Aerospace. The acquisition broadens FDH’s reach with additional product offerings in the OEM segment, serving a diversified customer base.
Madison Aerospace was founded in 2000 by Brian Hutchins and is based in Haltom City, Texas. As a distributor of aerospace hardware focused on the OEM market, the Madison team brings with them over 30 year...
Simple Flying | February 13, 2020
Southwest Airlines, the largest operator of the 737 MAX, has revised its expectations to say that it will not include the troubled aircraft in schedules until August. Previously the airline had said it hoped the plane would return by 6 June. The continued grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX jet is causing an ongoing issue for several airlines. None more so than Southwest, which has 34 grounded MAX aircraft and 310 on order, making it the operator of the largest fleet of MAX aircraft....
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