Archive for October 2012

Scoot Airlines to add Boeing 787's

With the revamp of Singapore Airlines is low cost airline scoot, to take over order for 20 Boeing 787. Initially the Boeing 787 was ordered by Singapore Airlines for delivery in 2014. This order was transferred over to scoot on October 24, 2012. Singapore Airlines has also made a few other changes to its fleet…

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Singapore Airlines to order more A380s and A350 XWBs

Courtesy Airbus Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced that it will order 25 more widebody aircraft from Airbus, comprising five double deck A380s and 20 A350-900s. The aircraft will be operated on the carrier’s long range and regional services, offering maximum comfort and efficiency for high density and medium capacity routes. The latest A380 order will…

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Airline Adviser Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We support and give strength to those who are affected by cancer. In respect to those fighting cancer and not just breast cancer we share this picture taken of a Delta Boeing 757. Please log on to Nation Breast Cancer Awareness Month http://www.nbcam.org/ Source Library Airline Adviser In addition to those fighting cancer also another…

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Turkish Airlines’ Commitment to Order 777s

Courtesy Boeing ISTANBUL, – Boeing [NYSE: BA] confirms that Turkish Airlines announced a commitment yesterday to order 15 777-300ERs (Extended Range). When finalized, the agreement will be worth $4.7 billion at list prices and includes options for five additional 777-300ERs. Source Boeing / Edited By Airline Adviser 10/23/12

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Norway’s FlyNonStop Selects the E190 to Launch Operations

São José dos Campos, Brazil, October 19, 2012 – FLYNONSTOP, the new Norwegian airline based in Kristiansand, has acquired an Embraer 190 to support the airline’s launch in April 2013. The aircraft will be leased from a third party. FLYNONSTOP’s E190 will be configured with 100 Elite seats in single class layout. The airline intends…

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Cargolux and CHEP Aerospace Solutions extend their partnership

16 October 2012 – Cargolux, Europe’s largest all-cargo airline, which operates a fleet of modern Boeing 747-400 and 747-8F freighters, and CHEP Aerospace Solutions, the world’s leading independent provider of outsourced Unit Load Device (ULD) management, have extended their ULD outsourcing and management services agreement until 2017. Cargolux and CHEP Aerospace Solutions, which previously operated…

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Turkish Airlines orders another 15 Airbus A330 aircraft

Turkish Airlines has placed an order for 15 A330-300s, their seventh order for the A330 family of aircraft and their twentieth Airbus order overall. The aircraft will be operated on medium and long haul routes from the Turkish Airlines hub in Istanbul. Turkish Airlines placed their first order with Airbus in 1984, and now operate…

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Embraer Delivers 900th E-Jet to Kenya Airways

Courtesy Embraer Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, October 10, 2012 – Embraer reaches a significant milestone today, with the delivery of its 900th E-Jet, an Embraer 190, to Kenya Airways in a ceremony held at the company’s headquarters in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil. Today, E-Jets are in service with more than 60 airlines from…

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Philippine Airlines orders 10 more A330s

Courtesy Airbus Philippine Airlines (PAL) has placed a firm order with Airbus this week for an additional 10 A330-300 widebody aircraft. The latest purchase agreement follows a major order from the airline in August for 44 single aisle A321s and 10 A330s under the carrier’s fleet modernisation programme. For its latest order the airline has…

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