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Air Baltic Corp., the Latvian carrier that’s gone from near collapse to launch customer for Bombardier Inc.’s largest C Series jetliner, aims to secure a strategic investor as soon as the end of this year after attracting a global lineup of potential bidders.
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Wasaya has announced new and enhanced additions to its route network. The airline will increase frequency to Winnipeg from Sioux Lookout and initiate new twice daily service to Sandy Lake and Pikangikum First Nations from Winnipeg.
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Boeing released its 2017 Pilot and Technician Outlook yesterday at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh and projects a demand for more than 1.2 million pilots and technicians over the next 20 years.
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America’s biggest aviation trade body has called for the airline industry to be dealt with separately in Brexit negotiations, saying it is “absolutely essential” that new deals are struck with Europe and the U.S.
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Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has delivered the world's first dual-class, 86 seat turboprop aircraft to Philippine Airlines at its facility in Toronto, Canada, where the aircraft is manufactured.
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Flying to the United States may take a while longer as of yesterday due to enhanced security measures affecting flights to the U.S.
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Airlines for America (A4A), have launched a year-long global campaign related to baggage tracking with the goal of reducing mishandled bags in addition to increasing efficiency in baggage operations.
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Emirates and flydubai today unveiled an extensive partnership which will see the two Dubai-based airlines join forces to offer customers unmatched travel options. Both airlines will continue to be managed independently, but will leverage each other’s network to scale up their operations and accelerate growth.
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Delta Air Lines will not delay its 2018 deliveries of C Series planes from Canada's Bombardier Inc., the carrier's chief executive said Thursday, following an anti-dumping complaint by Boeing Co. against the jets.
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With terrorism and cyber crime emerging as global threats in the aviation sector, the focus must be on enhancing capabilities to ensure “safe and secure” air travel for passengers, said Minister for Education (Schools) and Second Minister for Transport Ng Chee Meng. Speaking at the opening of the World Civil Aviation Chief Executives Forum, he highlighted that aviation security has to be a key priority, even as the aviation sector is set for growth.
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