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Boeing and flydubai signed a landmark agreement Wednesday for 225 737 MAX airplanes with a list price value of $27 billion. The deal represents the largest-ever single-aisle jet order – by number of airplanes and total value – from a Middle East carrier.
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American Airlines has resumed its popular seasonal service between Edmonton International Airport (YEG) and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) for the 14th consecutive year.
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With 375 partners and guests in attendance at its facilities at Montréal–Trudeau airport, Transat A.T. Inc., Canada's largest integrated tourism company, on Monday celebrated its 30th anniversary, taking the opportunity to unveil its new fleet livery, which, like the company, blends innovation with continuity.
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CAE has announced at the 2017 Dubai Airshow aviation that it has sold one Airbus A320NEO full-flight simulator and one flight training device to support the training needs of Kuwait Airways.
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Air Canada has been named the Best Long Haul Airline in the Americas for 2018 by AirlineRatings.com, an airline safety and product rating agency that promotes excellence in the industry. AirlineRatings.com gives Air Canada its top seven-star rating for both safety and product.
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CAE has announced at the 2017 European Aviation Training Symposium (EATS) aviation training solutions contracts with European airlines, including Brussels Airlines and Stobart Air, as well as the expansion of its footprint in Europe.
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CAE announced today at the 2017 European Aviation Training Symposium (EATS) that it has sold the world's first airline-operated Boeing 777X full-flight simulator (FFS) to Lufthansa Aviation Training.
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Aviation Carbon 2017 is being held at the London Heathrow Marriott on Dec.4-5. This international conference will look in detail at the latest developments on the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) that was agreed by Member States of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) at their Assembly a year ago. Since then, work has continued within ICAO on developing regulations that will underpin the scheme, which is aimed at ensuring that future net CO2 emissions from international aviation are stabilised at 2020 levels from 2021 onwards.
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While most of our recent coverage of the airline industry has focused on the trans-Atlantic market in summer and southern destinations in winter, the Canada-China/Hong Kong market is also showing signs of heating up with new entrants and added capacity.
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Canada’s lowest airfares are set to drop much lower. After years of being the only advanced economy without an ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC), the sector is taking off. The trade-off will be added seats, less legroom and a sharp increase in ancillary fares.
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