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Boeing signed in Farnborough sale agreement for 100 airplanes

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Jul 2022

Boeing signed in Farnborough sale agreement for 100 airplanes

On July 18th on international air show in Britain city Farnborough American aerospace company Boeing signed with American airline company Delta Air agreement for selling 100 passenger airplanes B-737-10 MAX. Agreement supposes deliveries on the amount of about $13.5 billion with opportunity of additional acquisition of 30 more such aircrafts. “737-10 will become important supplement of our air fleet while we are striving to more…

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Britain court prohibited Airbus to apply law of de Gaulle days in the dispute with Qatar Airways

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Jul 2022

Britain court prohibited Airbus to apply law of de Gaulle days in the dispute with Qatar Airways

Britain judge rejected Airbus decision to use the law of de Gaulle days that limits presentation of documents in foreign courts for the dispute with Qatar Airways. Qatar Airways took legal steps against French company Airbus for 1.4 billion USD due to damage of the surface covering of the airplanes and lightning protection system on the airplanes A350 declaring that safety may be at risk…

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Rights of European passenger in case of flight cancellation

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Jul 2022

Rights of European passenger in case of flight cancellation

This Summer European airports have more than ever failures in their work. They are caused by the strikes of the aircraft personnel, safety service, baggage handlers, personnel shortage, technical problems. Passengers that are going to Vacation suffer a lot. Belgian Daniel Rotie said that his travel to Italian Verona became a nightmare: “On June 7th we were informed by e-mail that our flight from June…

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Airbus took to the air airplane that will make revolution on the market

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Jul 2022

Airbus took to the air airplane that will make revolution on the market

European manufacturer of the airplanes Airbus on June 15th took to the air the newest airplane A321XLR that has to make revolution on the market of long-haul flights. First test flight lasted 4.5 hours. Airplane took off Hamburg where it was assembled and then after checking the systems returned back. A321XLR is narrow-body airplane. Usually such airplanes make medium-haul flights for example from London to…

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Airbus called of the deal with Qatar Airways for fourth A350

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Jul 2022

Airbus called of the deal with Qatar Airways for fourth A350

European airline company Airbus raised stakes in the conflict with Qatar Airways about damage of the painted surface of long-haul airplanes A350 by cancelling contract for the fourth airplane. Two companies are involved in the dispute about influence of the surface scratches on the airplanes: Airbus insists that the airplane is safe but airline company Gulf affirms that questions of flight worthiness remain without answer…

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Airbus will sell to China 300 passenger airplanes

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Jul 2022

Airbus will sell to China 300 passenger airplanes

European aviation company Airbus will sell about 300 passenger airplanes to Chinese airline companies. According to transaction conditions Airbus will receive from selling the airplanes 37 billion dollars. About one hundred airplanes A320 will buy from Airbus airline company China Eastern Airlines corp. Air China will acquire 64 such airplanes but its subsidiary company Shenzhen Airlines – 32 more. China Southern Airlines also announced that…

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Nonflying weather for European airline companies. Part 3

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Jul 2022

Nonflying weather for European airline companies. Part 3

During coronavirus pandemic European airline companies and airports for reasons beyond control have significantly reduced staff. However, now when after cancellation of the majority of coronavirus restrictions number of air travels bookings has increased, carriers recognized their inability to satisfy customers’ needs. As CEO of International Air Transport (IATA) CEO Willie Walsh marked, airline companies haven’t taken into account that dismissed employees could not want…

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Nonflying weather for European airline companies. Part 2

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Jul 2022

Nonflying weather for European airline companies. Part 2

European low-cost airline companies began to experiences serious difficulties with pilots’ and flight attendants’ recruitment after employees that left companies during pandemic didn’t want to come back to previous job because of low level of salary. Pilots’ and flight attendants’ professions suppose constant flights, work at night time and inevitable overloading. In theory they have to be prestigious and high-paid – namely these two factors…

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Nonflying weather for European airline companies. Part 1

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Jul 2022

Nonflying weather for European airline companies. Part 1

European airline companies have been overwhelmed by storm of strikes. Unexpected boom of air flights in Europe after two years of idlesse and flights cancellation created on the labor market in the area of air transport service highly charged situation. Despite significant price increase of the fuel and shortage of board personnel companies continue to sell tickets not being sure in possibility to fulfill obligations…

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Sleeping pods will appear in Boeing airplanes of Air New Zealand airline company

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Jul 2022

Sleeping pods will appear in Boeing airplanes of Air New Zealand airline company

Innovation is intended for passengers of economy class that make flights on long-haul routes. Airline company Air New Zealand intends to introduce new service – possibility to book on the board rest in sleeping pod, The Guardian informs. To sleep will be able passengers of economy class that will have 17-hour ultralong flights. Innovation will appear on eight airplanes Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner that Air New…

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