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AAV News in Brief 19 April 2021

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Northrop Grumman, Intelsat successfully add life to satellite: Northrop Grumman and the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, SpaceLogistics have successfully completed the docking of the Mission...

AAV News in Brief 5 February 2021

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China aviation market headed for slump: China’s domestic aviation market appears to be entering a renewed slump as the 12 February Lunar New Year...

Aviation News in Brief 14 January 2021

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Jeju Air, Sabre renew deal: Sabre has announced the renewal of its long-term distribution partnership with Korea’s largest low-cost Carrier (LCC), Jeju Air. The...

APOC Aviation opens new warehouse in Singapore

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As part of its on-going strategic plan to expand its global footprint, APOC Aviation, a leasing, trading, aircraft component and part-out specialist, has announced...

Aviation News in Brief 7 December 2020

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Kelley Aerospace to invest S$150 million in projects and training: Kelley Aerospace said it will invest around S$150 million over the next five years...

Aviation News in Brief 20 November 2020

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Qantas, Accord sign partnership deal: Qantas and Accor have announced a deeper partnership that will see mutual members of their loyalty programmes be rewarded...

Aviation News in Brief 28 October 2020

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Vision-Box deploys contactless pax experience at Dubai airport: Vision-Box has announced the implementation of an integrated Biometric experience for Emirates Airline at Terminal 3...

Aviation News in Brief 9 October 2020

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APOC Aviation acquires three CFM56-5A engines: As part of a strategic programme to expand its engines asset platform, APOC Aviation has purchased three CFM56-5A...

Aviation News in Brief 12 August 2020

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APOC Aviation closes fifth deal with A320 for teardown: APOC Aviation has purchased another A320 family airframe for teardown. Built in 2000, the aircraft...

Aviation News in Brief 23 June 2020

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APOC finalises A319 teardowns: Formerly operated by Air Macau, APOC Aviation has acquired two A319-132 airframes (MSN 1758 and 1790) earlier in the year...