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WestJet Outlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner Routes

October 10, 2018 Thomas Pallini

Canadian low-cost airline WestJet announced on Wednesday its long-awaited plans for its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. The widebody aircraft will serve London, Paris and Dublin from the airline’s main base in Calgary, Alta. Service will

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Airbus A321LR Obtains EASA and FAA Approval

October 2, 2018 Pablo Diaz

Airbus’s evolution of the A320neo family, the A321LR, gained approval both from European aviation agency EASA and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The joint approval grants the aircraft to operate with up to three underfloor

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First Boeing 777X Heads to Testing

September 9, 2018 Matthew Garcia

Boeing rolled out the first 777X-9 on Saturday evening. The aircraft, a first of its kind, is non-flyable and will be used for static testing for strength durability for nearly a year. While testing of

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Boeing Announces New Tech for 737 MAX 10

September 2, 2018 Parker Davis

In 2010 European aircraft manufacturer Airbus launched the Airbus A320neo (new engine option) family, which took the already successful narrow-body family and improved fuel burn and operating efficiency. The program garnered huge numbers of orders,

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What Happened to Air Berlin’s Aircraft?

August 25, 2018 Adrian Vannahme

What do Virgin Atlantic, Eurowings, and the Hungarian Air Force all have in common? They all operate former Air Berlin jets. Air Berlin, Germany’s second-largest airline behind Lufthansa, filed for bankruptcy in August 2017 and

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United to Test Lie-Flat Seats Aboard 737 MAXs

August 22, 2018 Akhil Dewan

As Chicago-based United Airlines anticipates the delivery of its 100 Boeing 737 MAX 10s, the carrier is evaluating the possibility of implementing lie-flat seats aboard the aircraft. United plans on using the MAX 10 on

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