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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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KLM BAILOUT BACK ON TRACK FOLLOWING AGREEMENT WITH PILOTS

KLM | November 04, 2020

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KLM announced that, following a signature from the Dutch Airline Pilots Association, it had reached an agreement with all the trade unions over employment conditions until 2025. This should fulfill the government’s requirements for its frozen bailout package. With the Dutch authority’s new advice against all international travel lasting until January, the funds are needed now more than ever....

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LUFTHANSA RESUMES WEEKLY FLIGHTS BETWEEN FRANKFURT AND NEW YORK

Lufthansa Group | July 28, 2020

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Lufthansa Group’s flagship carrier Lufthansa has reinstated flights between Frankfurt International airport and New York City’s John F Kennedy International airport after four months of suspension due to the coronavirus global health emergency. The Frankfurt, Germany-based airline says on 27 July it will fly an Airbus A330-300 five times weekly between its largest hub and New York City, beginning the same day. At the end of August, it will operate daily flights on the route fo...

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FAA FINALIZES 737 MAX ENGINE COVERINGS AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

FAA | June 24, 2020

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The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has finalized an Airworthiness Directive (AD) on the Boeing 737 MAX. Initially proposed in February, the regulatory agency responded to a Boeing service bulletin relating to inadequate shielding of underlying wiring in the exterior engine panels from electromagnetic effects that could potentially cause dual engine power loss....

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FlightGlobal | January 13, 2020

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​AIRBUS BEGINS BELUGAXL OPERATIONS

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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BUSINESS AVIATION

KLM | November 04, 2020

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KLM BAILOUT BACK ON TRACK FOLLOWING AGREEMENT WITH PILOTS

KLM announced that, following a signature from the Dutch Airline Pilots Association, it had reached an agreement with all the trade unions over employment conditions until 2025. This should fulfill the government’s requirements for its frozen bailout package. With the Dutch authority’s new advice against all international travel lasting until January, the funds are needed now more than ever....

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Lufthansa Group | July 28, 2020

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LUFTHANSA RESUMES WEEKLY FLIGHTS BETWEEN FRANKFURT AND NEW YORK

Lufthansa Group’s flagship carrier Lufthansa has reinstated flights between Frankfurt International airport and New York City’s John F Kennedy International airport after four months of suspension due to the coronavirus global health emergency. The Frankfurt, Germany-based airline says on 27 July it will fly an Airbus A330-300 five times weekly between its largest hub and New York City, beginning the same day. At the end of August, it will operate daily flights on the route fo...

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FAA | June 24, 2020

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FAA FINALIZES 737 MAX ENGINE COVERINGS AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has finalized an Airworthiness Directive (AD) on the Boeing 737 MAX. Initially proposed in February, the regulatory agency responded to a Boeing service bulletin relating to inadequate shielding of underlying wiring in the exterior engine panels from electromagnetic effects that could potentially cause dual engine power loss....

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