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First Japan Airlines A350 XWB makes maiden flight
The first A350-900 for Japan Airlines (JAL) has successfully completed its maiden flight in Toulouse, France.
FACC performs cabin upgrade on Austrian Airlines A320 aircra...
Austrian Airlines is the launch customer of FACC's "Passenger Luggage Space Upgrade" retrofit program
AIR ASTANA CELEBRATES SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY
Over the past 17 years, Air Astana has grown to become Central Asia’s leading carrier, with a reputation for the highest standards of safety, service excellence, innovation and a modern fleet.
Air France continues its commitment to promote inclusion and...
On May 17, 2019, the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia is an opportunity for Air France to illustrate its commitment and the concrete actions it is taking to promote inclusion and diversity
Aviation industry players collaborate on first regional avi...
• Braathens Regional Airlines has collaborated with Air BP, ATR and Neste to achieve the ‘Perfect Flight’ from Halmstad City airport to Stockholm Bromma airport in Sweden
Air Astana celebrates seventeenth anniversary
Over the past 17 years, Air Astana has grown to become Central Asia’s leading carrier, with a reputation for the highest standards of safety, service excellence, innovation and a modern fleet
First Lion Air A330neo rolls-out of Airbus paint shop
The initial A330neo for Lion Air Group, featuring the airline’s distinctive livery, rolled out of the Airbus paint shop in Toulouse, France
Etihad innovates its narrowbody fleet with Acro’s Series 6...
Acro Aircraft Seating is delighted to announce that is has been selected by Etihad Airways
FLYARYSTAN SETS OUT ITS APPEAL TO A NEW GENERATION OF TRAVEL...
FLYARYSTAN SETS OUT ITS APPEAL TO A NEW GENERATION OF TRAVELLER AS IT TAKES OFF TODAY FROM ALMATY, KAZAKHSTAN
Airlines urged to ‘fly ahead of the curve’ by providing ...
The default ‘chicken or beef’ choice needs an upgrade, say campaigners for newly launched FlyVe website
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