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  1. Hainan Airlines will launch two more direct services to Paris in December, adding on to its Xian-Paris route. Continue reading...
  2. A Boeing 747-400 Freighter operated by US cargo carrier Sky Lease skid off a Halifax runway early on 7 November, coming to rest on grass near an airport perimeter road, according to the Halifax airport and media reports. Continue reading...
  3. The Airbus A330-800 test and certification programme began on 6 November and will involve a single aircraft and up to 350h of flight-trials. Type approval is expected in mid-2019. Continue reading...
  4. Israeli carrier El Al is to open a new connection to the UK city of Manchester next year. Continue reading...
  5. Dornier Seawings has secured a 150 million ($172 million) investment from its Chinese shareholders, which will be used to accelerate development and production of the new-generation Seastar amphibian, the CD2. Continue reading...
  6. European safety regulators are set to order certain Bombardier Global 5000 and 6000 operators to recalculate the service life of low-pressure compressor discs, and other parts, after raising concerns over engine rotor speed variations. Continue reading...
  7. UAVs were again a major feature of Airshow China this year, with dozens of local manufacturers proposing systems of all sizes and for all missions. Continue reading...
  8. Boeing has issued an operations manual bulletin to 737 Max operators, covering air data sensors, following investigations into the crash of Lion Air flight JT610. Continue reading...
  9. Air Astana aims to launch its new low-cost unit FlyArystan in the first half of 2019 operating from multiple bases in Kazakhstan with a view to reaching a fleet of at least 15 aircraft by 2022. Continue reading...
  10. Analysts have conducted tests for Sukhoi Civil Aircraft on two modified wing designs intended to save structural weight in comparison with the current Superjet 100. Continue reading...
  11. The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered airlines to replace components in the compressors and turbines of Pratt & Whitney PW1100Gs, turbofans that power Airbus A320neo-family aircraft. Continue reading...
  12. Fly Aeolus, the largest operator of the Cirrus SR22 in Europe, is preparing to expand its fractional ownership programme in the north of the continent. The move aims to exploit the growing demand for the high-performance, piston-single from the region's small- and medium-sized businesses. Continue reading...
  13. ATR expects China will require 1,100 turboprops in the 30-70 seat category by 2037, the vast majority of which will be used to open up new routes. Continue reading...
  14. As Airbus prepares to begin deliveries of the A330neo, engine supplier Rolls-Royce is working through industrial ramp-up issues that have slowed shipments of Trent 7000s to the Toulouse assembly line. Continue reading...
  15. European safety regulators have warned of a potentially unsafe condition with the tail rotor assemblies of Leonardo Helicopters AW169 and AW189 rotorcraft. Continue reading...
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