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AERSALE BUYS 24 BOEING 757S FOR FREIGHT CONVERSIONS AND PARTS

Boeing | September 18, 2020

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AerSale confirmed today that it entered a purchase agreement to take on 24 Boeing 757-200 passenger aircraft. All of the jets come with Rolls-Royce RB211-535 series engines. Additionally, 16 spares form part of the deal. According to a press release seen by Simple Flying, these 757s are part of the approximately 500 commercial planes parked at AerSale’s sites at Roswell, New Mexico and Goodyear, Arizona, for several carriers and companies. AerSale not only provides storage, but it i...

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SPIRIT OFFERING MORE THAN 30 FLIGHTS TO CANCUN FROM MAJOR US CITIES

Spirit | June 21, 2020

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As the travel industry begins to rebound from the devastating impact of COVID-19, many airlines finally feel safe enough to resume their flight schedules. Among them—Spirit Airlines. As reported by the Riviera Maya News, Spirit, beginning June 26, plans to resume more than 30 flights from major U.S. cities to Cancun, but the airline says that’s still dependent upon travel restrictions being lifted. During the last week of June, Spirit has 11 flights scheduled to the sun...

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FAA REVIEWS BOEING DREAMLINER QUALITY-CONTROL LAPSES AFTER PRODUCTION PROBLEMS, WSJ REPORTS

Boeing | September 07, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...

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LUFTHANSA INVESTS IN TRIPACTIONS

Buying Business Travel | January 21, 2020

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Lufthansa Group has become the first airline company to invest in business travel platform TripActions, kicking off a strategic partnership. The investment – made through the Lufthansa Innovation Hub – comes as TripActions continues to expand into Europe after opening offices in London and Amsterdam in 2018. It marks Lufthansa’s fourth investment in a tech company and closes a Series D funding round with more than US$250 million raised at a valuation of US$4 billion. TripAction...

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AERSALE BUYS 24 BOEING 757S FOR FREIGHT CONVERSIONS AND PARTS

Boeing | September 18, 2020

AerSale confirmed today that it entered a purchase agreement to take on 24 Boeing 757-200 passenger aircraft. All of the jets come with Rolls-Royce RB211-535 series engines. Additionally, 16 spares form part of the deal. According to a press release seen by Simple Flying, these 757s are part of the approximately 500 commercial planes parked at AerSale’s sites at Roswell, New Mexico and Goodyear, Arizona, for several carriers and companies. AerSale not only provides storage, but it i...

Read More
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SPIRIT OFFERING MORE THAN 30 FLIGHTS TO CANCUN FROM MAJOR US CITIES

Spirit | June 21, 2020

As the travel industry begins to rebound from the devastating impact of COVID-19, many airlines finally feel safe enough to resume their flight schedules. Among them—Spirit Airlines. As reported by the Riviera Maya News, Spirit, beginning June 26, plans to resume more than 30 flights from major U.S. cities to Cancun, but the airline says that’s still dependent upon travel restrictions being lifted. During the last week of June, Spirit has 11 flights scheduled to the sun...

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FAA REVIEWS BOEING DREAMLINER QUALITY-CONTROL LAPSES AFTER PRODUCTION PROBLEMS, WSJ REPORTS

Boeing | September 07, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...

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LUFTHANSA INVESTS IN TRIPACTIONS

Buying Business Travel | January 21, 2020

Lufthansa Group has become the first airline company to invest in business travel platform TripActions, kicking off a strategic partnership. The investment – made through the Lufthansa Innovation Hub – comes as TripActions continues to expand into Europe after opening offices in London and Amsterdam in 2018. It marks Lufthansa’s fourth investment in a tech company and closes a Series D funding round with more than US$250 million raised at a valuation of US$4 billion. TripAction...

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