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AAV News in Brief 5 April 2021

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Vietjet resumes international services: Vietjet has resumed regular international flights connecting Vietnam’s major hubs with Bangkok, Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei, and others. Specifically, flights...

AAV News in Brief 2 April 2021

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Triumph Group, AFI KLM E&M form joint venture: Triumph Group and Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) announced they have...

AAV News in Brief 12 March 2021

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Falcon 6X completes maiden flight: Dassault Aviation announced that the company’s widebody Falcon 6X has successfully completed its first flight as planned in the...

AAV News in Brief 25 February 2021

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Leonardo teams with Falcon for rotor terminal in Dubai: Leonardo and Falcon Aviation Services announced that they have started building the new rotorcraft terminal...

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 18 January 2021

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Jet Aviation launches FBO at Scottsdale: Jet Aviation announced its new 8,500 sq. ft. FBO and 30,000 sq. ft. hangar facility at Scottsdale, Arizona...

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...

Aviation News in Brief 4 January 2021

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Recaro Aircraft Seating supplies Emirates’ first Premium Economy cabin: Recaro Aircraft Seating has revealed a luxury seat for Emirates’ first Premium Economy cabin. The...

Aviation News in Brief 14 December 2020

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United Airlines opens nonstop New Delhi-Chicago route: United Airlines inaugurated its new daily nonstop service between Indira Gandhi International Airport and its hometown hub...

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...