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Airbus A330neo Takes First Flight in Toulouse

October 19, 2017 James Dinsdale

On Thursday, the Airbus A330neo underwent its maiden voyage departing from the airframer’s headquarters in Toulouse, France. Powered by two Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines, capable of delivering 72,000 lbs of thrust, the twin-variant aircraft became airborne from

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A Dive Into the U.S. Airlines’ Latest Report Card

August 9, 2017 Parker Davis

U.S airlines are involuntarily bumping passengers from flights at the lowest levels since 1995, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s most recent Air Travel Consumer Report, released Tuesday by the agency. The report, which

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South African Airways: The Last Chance for Revival?

August 4, 2017 Parker Davis

Documents provided to the nation’s parliament show that Johannesburg-based South African Airways (SAA) is out of money and is nearing bankruptcy. After multiple years of losses totaling hundreds of millions of dollars, the government-owned carrier

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