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Rotorcraft Structures Workshop 2019
ROTORCRAFT STRUCTURES WORKSHOP 2019
February 19-20, 2019
The workshop is an interactive forum to discuss Rotorcraft (CS-27, CS-29, CS-VLR) Structures topics between EASA, National Authorities, and STC and TC Applicants. Structural requirements and Acceptable Means of Compliance including EASA policies and Certification Memorandum related to Materials, Pro...

Think future 19
THINK FUTURE 19
February 21-22, 2019
To inform your digital transformation agenda, to learn & get insight you have not yet heard elsewhere. To get to know partners who can make a difference. We are passionate about bringing innovation & change to the industry to be ready for the digital age. Independent, personal, authentic.

Airbus


Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. In 2015, it generated revenues of €64.5 billion and employed a workforce of around 136,600. Airbus offers the most comprehensive range of passenger airliners from 100 to more than 600 seats. Airbus is also a European leader providing tanker, combat, transport and mission aircraft, as well as Europe’s number one space enterprise and the world’s second largest space business.

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The Philippines' airline, Cebu Pacific, is set to receive 12 brand new aircraft to support its expansion plans for 2019. The aircraft deliveries include six Airbus A321neo; five A320neo; and an ATR 72-600. The A321neo boasts of 236 seats, with 56 seats or 31% more capacity than the A320. This will enable CEB to offer more seats and maximise airport slots. The aircraft is capable of operating routes in excess of 5,000 kilometres or fly up to seven hours, allowing the carrier to explore new de...
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Ultra-low-cost airline Canada Jetlines has announced that Vancouver International Airport (YVR) will be its primary base when it launches operations later this year.The passenger carrier has secured YVR’s guarantee that all slots required to operate the initial network using the first two Airbus A320 aircraft will be available.Canada Jetlines said that it selected YVR as its future base as it is the second busiest airport in Canada, offers desirable location and facilities as well as compe...
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French Airline Company, Air France has reiterated its confidence in Ghana’s aviation industry with the introduction of new upgraded Airbus A330 in the country to provide additional comfort to passengers. The move forms part of a 140 million-euro investment aims to completely redesigning 15 aircrafts by 2020 with 36 seats in Business, 21 seats in Premium Economy and 167 seats in Economy cabins.Ghana is the first country in Africa to receive the new long-haul travel cabins available on board...
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Lebanon’s Middle East Airlines has emerged as the customer for another four Airbus A321neos, taking its total order for the type to 15. The airline had originally ordered 10 A320neo-family jets – split equally between the A320neo and A321neo – but subsequently converted all of them to the larger variant. MEA ordered another A321neo in December 2017, taking its firm commitment to 11....
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Brazilian carrier Azul has sped the pace of its fleet renewal by upping the number of Embraer E195-E2s and Airbus A320neo-family aircraft it plans to acquire in 2019.A revised fleet plan released by Azul on 6 February also calls for more retirements in 2019 of first-generation E195s, one less A330 delivery and no ATR deliveries.The changes will leave the carrier with a year-end fleet of 129 aircraft, down from a previously planned 131 aircraft. But the addition of larger aircraft will raise 2019...
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Thai AirAsia X will launch four-times weekly services from Bangkok Don Mueang to Brisbane from 25 June, making it the first AirAsia-branded carrier to serve the Queensland capital. FlightGlobal schedules data shows that the flights, which will be operated by Airbus A330-300s, will compete with Thai Airways International’s four weekly Boeing 777 services that fly to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport.This new route to Brisbane will not only increase traffic between Thailand and Queensland, but im...
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Qantas has formally cancelled the eight remaining Airbus A380s it has on order, but adds that it remains committed to the 12 already in its fleet over the long term.Following discussions with Airbus, Qantas has now formalised its decision not to take eight additional A380s that were ordered in 2006. These aircraft have not been part of the airline’s fleet and network plans for some time,” the carrier says. It adds that cabin refurbishment for its A380s will commence mid-year, “...
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Airbus has announced a global partnership with Air Race E, the world’s first electric airplane race set to launch its inaugural series in 2020. Airbus is the Official Founding Partner of Air Race E. The competition aims to drive the development and adoption of cleaner, faster, and more technologically advanced electric engines that can be applied to urban air mobility vehicles and, eventually, commercial aircraft.Air Race E will follow a format similar to the popular Air Race 1 series of t...
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United Airlines is upping the number of premium seats on hundreds of aircraft in what is seen as a push to attract more lucrative sales from business travellers. The Chicago-based carrier will add more first class-seats to Airbus A319s and A320s, add Polaris business class seats to some Boeing 767-300ERs and debut a 50-seat version of the CRJ700, which Bombardier calls the "CRJ550".In an era where many airlines are adding seats to their aircraft to crowd more passengers onto the plane,...
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The German civil aviation authority Luftfahrt-Bundesamt today revoked the operating license of Germania Fluggesellschaft after the company filed for insolvency and ceased flight operations in the night between February 4 and February 5. The Berlin-based leisure carrier blamed “unforeseeable events” such as the increases in fuel prices last summer and the simultaneous weakening of the euro against the U.S. dollar, as well as “considerable delays” in phasing aircraft into t...
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EVENTS

Rotorcraft Structures Workshop 2019
ROTORCRAFT STRUCTURES WORKSHOP 2019
February 19-20, 2019
The workshop is an interactive forum to discuss Rotorcraft (CS-27, CS-29, CS-VLR) Structures topics between EASA, National Authorities, and STC and TC Applicants. Structural requirements and Acceptable Means of Compliance including EASA policies and Certification Memorandum related to Materials, Pro...

Northwest Aviation Conference 
NORTHWEST AVIATION CONFERENCE 
February 22-22, 2019
The Northwest Aviation Conference & Trade Show, February 23-24, 2019 is an opportunity to support the aviation industry while gaining exposure with aircraft owners and pilots. The Washington Aviation Association is a group of businesses with an interest in aviation and who value the rights of pi...