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Ryanair Slows Growth Due To Boeing 737 MAX 200 Delays

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Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has updated its investors regarding the delays to deliveries of the high-density Boeing 737 MAX 200 that the carrier is expecting to receive once the worldwide grounding of the aircraft type is lifted. The airline's CEO, Michael O'Leary gave a lengthy comment, saying that Ryanair “remains committed to the 737 MAX aircraft, and now expects that it will return to flying service before the end of 2019, however, the exact date of this return remains… (airwaysmag.com) More...

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Gander International Airport in Newfoundland, Canada. A onetime transatlantic refueling stop, the airport has had a varied and interesting history.

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It's an unlikely location for an international airport, but the northeastern tip of this rocky Canadian isle is one of the world's most significant aviation destinations. (www.cnn.com) More...

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Cool Your Jets! Science Might Explain Your Weird And Emotional Airplane Behavior

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Peoples' incapacity to regulate emotion might have a scientific explanation. (www.npr.org) More...

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Families 'cheated of Boeing crash compensation'

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Relatives of people killed in the Boeing 737 Max crash in Indonesia last year have been cheated out of compensation, their lawyers say. (www.bbc.com) More...

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A new “euro-white” livery for Brussels Airlines

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Several months ago, the Lufthansa Group had decided to adopt a uniformly white livery for all the airlines of the group, with only the tail and the titles differing from airline to airline. This would make it easier to transfer an aircraft from one airline to the other if needed for operational reasons. The new Lufthansa livery (with the disappearance of the yellow colour) was developed in line with that decision. Austrian Airlines also has adopted a so-called “euro-white” livery. SWISS has it… (www.aviation24.be) More...

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A321XLR A plane I would’t want to work on.

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With the lack of a dedicated crew rest, a single cabin configuration offering more seats than a 787-8 - the new vision of a 10 hour flight? An interesting article from the POV of flight crew about Airbus’s new sell on long haul travel. (www.google.ca) More...

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Emirates Bounces Back: Opens Daily Flights To Mexico City Via Barcelona

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Emirates has announced that following lengthy government evaluations, services to Mexico City via Barcelona will begin. The airline's newest route will commence on a daily basis from December 9, with the airline opting to use the Boeing 777-200LR in its fleet. Last year, the Dubai-based carrier had dropped its plans to operate flights between Dubai (DXB) and Mexico City (MEX) via a stop in Barcelona (BCN). (airwaysmag.com) More...

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Delta Nearly Joined its Rivals in Buying the Troubled Boeing 737 MAX

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Delta Air Lines almost bought the troubled Boeing 737 Max aircraft, which was grounded worldwide earlier this year after its software was implicated in two crashes in five months that killed nearly 350 people. (www.google.com) More...

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Zurich Airport’s hub status is “at risk”, Lufthansa CEO warns

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Zurich Airport risks losing its hub status if flight time restrictions are rolled out, warns the CEO of Lufthansa, the German parent company of Swiss International Air Lines. Carsten Spohr made the warning in an interview published on Sunday by the Swiss German-language weekly NZZ am Sonntag. He argues that bringing forward take-offs and landings by up to 25 minutes late in the evening, as is currently being discussed, would cause existential problems for hub operations at Zurich Airport. “We… (www.swissinfo.ch) More...

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Valet "borrows" woman's car, fails to return it before she gets back from trip

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She valet parked her 2008 Toyota 4Runner at Columbia Metropolitan Airport. When she returned a day later, Republic Parking employees advised her that they could not locate her car. (www.wistv.com) More...

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Cargo pilot union supports Prime Day strike

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Pilots for airlines owned by Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings who fly cargo for Amazon voiced their support for warehouse workers employed by the e-commerce giant who are on strike during Prime Day because the two groups share concerns they are overworked and underpaid. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

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Ryanair warns of base cuts over 737 Max delays

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Ryanair is warning of base cuts and closures because it expects to have only half the number of Boeing 737 Max jets in service for summer 2020 than it originally expected. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

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Air Transat Pushes Final Airbus A310 Flights To April 2020

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Canadian Leisure carrier, Air Transat, has pushed forward its last Airbus A310 flight to April 27, 2020. Only six A310s remain in operation at Air Transat. At its peak, the airline’s A310 fleet consisted of 14 planes. (airwaysmag.com) More...

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Boeing ditches 737 Max name on new Ryanair plane

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Photos shared on Twitter show a plane in Ryanair colours outside Boeing's manufacturing base, with the name 737 Max replaced by 737-8200 (www.bbc.com) More...

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