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Turkish Airlines will receive airplanes Airbus A350 that were intended for Aeroflot

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May 2022

Turkish Airlines will receive airplanes Airbus A350 that were intended for Aeroflot

Earlier Turkish group agreed to take five airplanes Boeing 737MAX prepared for “Siberia”. Turkish national carrier Turkish Airlines acquires six new airplanes A350-900 from Airbus deliveries of which will start this year. Source, close to the Turkish airline company informed that these wide-body long-haul airplanes from the very beginning were intended for Aeroflot. However, Airbus cannot fulfill conditions of the contract with Russian airline company…

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Famous Britain low-cost airline company easyJet plans to reduce number of the seats in the airplanes

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May 2022

Famous Britain low-cost airline company easyJet plans to reduce number of the seats in the airplanes

Famous Britain low-cost airline company easyJet may take unprecedent step for aviation industry and reduce number of the seats in their airplanes Airbus A319, informs BBC. All this takes place on the background of air traffic resumption to the level of before-quarantine 2019. Usually, low-cost airline companies on the contrary strive to increase number of the seats in the cabin. This allows to earn more…

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Airbus plans to handover 110 new airplanes to African airline companies by 2040

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May 2022

Airbus plans to handover 110 new airplanes to African airline companies by 2040

According to the forecast of the global Airbus market (GMF) by 2040 African airline companies will need 1100 new passenger and freight airplanes. This will increase total fleet to 1440 airplanes as compared to 680 airplanes in 2019. It represents switch to the airplanes of next generation such as A220, A320neo, A330neo and A350 that provides multiple increase of efficiency and significant reduction of carbon…

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Third party developer announced Boeing 737 for Microsoft Flight Simulator

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May 2022

Third party developer announced Boeing 737 for Microsoft Flight Simulator

In the future program will support helicopters and sailplanes. Competent third-party developer under the name PMDG announced release date of likely most expected airplane in Microsoft Flight Simulator – Boeing 737. Update was released on May 9th. Now developer released airplane only for PC users, however, in the future, author wants to transfer release to official market that means launching airplane for Xbox consoles. At…

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Boeing intends to move headquarters to Arlington from Chicago

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May 2022

Boeing intends to move headquarters to Arlington from Chicago

American group of companies Boeing Co., one of the biggest world manufacturers of aviation, space and military equipment plans to move headquarters to Arlington (Virginia state) from Chicago, The Wall Street Journal informs with the reference to informed sources. According to their words this will allow management of the company to be closer to the capital and key persons in the government. Announcement about moving…

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Airline company Air India has withdrawn from the fleet all airplanes Boeing 747

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May 2022

Airline company Air India has withdrawn from the fleet all airplanes Boeing 747

Four-engine “Jumbo Jets” have been operated not only in the routes of the national air carrier but also as government VIP-transport. Directorate General of Indian Civil Aviation (DGCA) has cancelled registration all four wide-body airplanes Boeing 747-400 that were on the balance sheet of the airline company Air India. Former national carrier that was transferred to private sector at the beginning of February 2022 strives…

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Net profit of Airbus company increased by 3.4 times

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May 2022

Net profit of Airbus company increased by 3.4 times

Net profit of aerospace company Airbus in the first quarter 2022 increased by 3.4 times in annualized terms – to 1.219 billion euro as compared to 362 million euro for the same period of the previous year, the company’s report says. Per share diluted profit made 1.55 euro against 0.46 euro one year earlier. Airbus income increased by 15% to 12 billion euro. At the…

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Qantas announced the longest nonstop flights in the world

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May 2022

Qantas announced the longest nonstop flights in the world

Australian airline company Qantas announced plans to resume flights on the longest routes in the world from Sydney to London and New York. Nonstop flight will take more than 19 hours. According to ABC News edition test flight of the company from New York to Sydney in 2019 took 19 hours 16 minutes. However, thanks to refusal of intermediate stops passengers will be able to…

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Nordica acquires on lease airplane Airbus 320

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May 2022

Nordica acquires on lease airplane Airbus 320

Airline company Nordic Aviation Group will take on lease 180-seats airplane Airbus 320 which is planned to be used on Estonian market and offered to serve big European airline companies. During next several years company plans to acquire on lease 10 such airplanes. Till today to serve regional lines of big airline companies were used small airplanes. Acquisition of 180-seats Airbus will allow airline company…

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The most expensive private airplane in the world gold plated Boeing 747-400 is owned by Bruneian sultan

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May 2022

The most expensive private airplane in the world gold plated Boeing 747-400 is owned by Bruneian sultan

Bruneian sultan Hassanal Bolkiah is one of remained in the world absolute monarchs and takes second place in staying on the throne duration. He governs since 1967 ceding only to Queen Elizabeth II who was crowned in 1952. Sultan owns the biggest private collection of the cars in the world that counts more than 7000 exemplars, entire fleet of wide-body airplanes and the most expensive…

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