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Phoenix Police Department to upgrade fleet with five new H125 helicopters

  The Phoenix Police Department has signed a new order to upgrade its airborne law enforcement helicopter fleet with five new H125 helicopters. Deliveries are expected to begin next year. “We spent a lot of time analyzing which platform would best fit all of our operational needs as we began…

Breeze Airways reveals new A220 livery, confirms order for 20 additional A220-300 aircraft from Mobile Final Assembly Line

  Breeze Airways has revealed its new A220-300 livery, while confirming that it has reached a purchase agreement with Airbus for 20 more of the aircraft. This previously undisclosed order for 20 brings Breeze’s total order book to 80 A220-300s, the first of which will be delivered in Q4 2021.…

Airbus delivers first UH-72B Lakota helicopter to the U.S. Army National Guard

  Airbus Helicopters, Inc. has delivered the first UH-72B, the latest variant of its Lakota helicopter, to the U.S. Army National Guard from its production facility in Columbus, Mississippi. This delivery is the first of 18 UH-72B Lakota helicopters currently on order to support the National Guard’s critical missions. “With…

Airbus’ new Single-Aisle Airspace cabin enters into service with Lufthansa Group

  Lufthansa has started operations with its first A320 Family aircraft – an A321neo – featuring Airbus’ new Single-Aisle Airspace cabin. In doing so, the airline becomes the first operator in Europe to introduce the new Airspace cabin features for passengers on board A320 Family aircraft. In 2018 Lufthansa Group,…

Aviator signs partnership agreement with Norwegian for de-icing services

  Aviator Airport Alliance, a full-range provider of aviation services at 15 airports across the Nordics and a family member of one the largest aerospace service groups Avia Solutions Group, has signed a new partnership agreement with Norway’s largest airline Norwegian for de-icing services. The new De-icing contract with Norwegian…

The Republic of Kazakhstan orders two Airbus A400Ms (video)

  The Republic of Kazakhstan has placed an order for two Airbus A400M aircraft and becomes the ninth operator together with Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, Belgium, Malaysia and Luxembourg. With delivery of the first aircraft scheduled in 2024, the contract includes a complete suite of maintenance and training…

Jet2.com orders 36 A321neos, becoming a new Airbus customer

  Jet2.com has placed an initial order for 36 A321neos making the airline based in Leeds, United Kingdom, a new Airbus customer and a new Airbus A320neo Family operator. The order reflects Jet2.com’s ambitious fleet expansion and renewal plans. Engine selection will be made at a later date. Philip Meeson,…

Ryanair accuses TAP of blocking slots at Lisbon airport preventing competition

  The president of Ryanair on Tuesday accused TAP of blocking ‘slots’ at Lisbon airport, preventing the growth of other airlines, and announced the launch of 26 new routes from Portugal for the winter. At a press conference, Michael O’Leary, said Ryanair is focusing on Portugal while TAP is “cutting…

How electric will prove a winner for aviation ground-support equipment in the long-run

  How electric will prove a winner for aviation ground-support equipment in the long-run At present most of the equipment used on-ramp is powered by diesel or other fossil fuel burning engines. Starting with tow trucks and finishing with refrigerated lorries, the environmental impact of tens of fuel-guzzling machines working…

Airbus celebrates the 1,000th aircraft covered by Flight Hour Services with flyadeal

  flyadeal, the low-cost Jeddah-based airline owned by Saudi Arabian Airlines, signed a long-term Flight Hour Services (FHS) agreement to support its A320 fleet. The agreement includes the 1,000th aircraft supported by Airbus Flight Hour Services. The carrier will benefit from integrated material services including spare pool access, on-site-stock at…