Iberia pilots and ground staff agree to job cuts

Unions representing Iberia’s pilots and ground staff have approved a proposal covering up to 1,427 voluntary redundancies, which will be rolled out over the period to December 2017.

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FAA lifts ban on flights to Tel Aviv: monitors situation

FAA has lifted its ban on US airline flights into and out of Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport that was put in place after a rocket strike near the airport Tuesday.
The agency has cancelled its Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) that was first issued Tuesday and extended by another 25 hours yesterday

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Airbus A350 XWB begins final certification phase

The Airbus A350-900 has begun route proving flights, the final stage toward certification.

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Airbus A350 XWB begins final certification phase

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Updated: Boeing Statement on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

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Hawaiian Airlines more than doubles 2Q net income

Hawaiian Holdings, parent of Hawaiian Airlines, reported second-quarter net income of $27.3 million, more than doubling net income of $11.3 million in the year-ago quarter.

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Indonesia’s Sky Aviation to resume Sukhoi SSJ100 flights

Indonesia’s Sky Aviation, which temporarily suspended operations in March, is set to resume Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) flights, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Co. (SCAC) CEO Andrey Kalinovsky said, declining to give a date.

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China Eastern predicts 1H net income to drop 90%

China Eastern Airlines expects to report first-half net income of less than CNY50 million ($8.1 million), down 90% from net profit of CNY763 million in the year-ago period.

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Abu Dhabi Airport upgrades facilities; Dubai Airport resumes full operations

Abu Dhabi International Airport has upgraded its facilities in time for summer operations.

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GE Aviation breaks ground on $100 million jet engine assembly facility

GE Aviation has begun construction on a $100 million jet engine assembly facility in Lafayette, Indiana.

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Derazona Helicopters buys its first rotorcraft from Airbus Helicopters: a multi-role AS350 B3e

Airbus Helicopters has increased its global customer base with the first order from Derazona Helicopters in Indonesia, which is acquiring a fully-equipped AS350 B3e for utility missions.

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Cyprus Airways officially up for sale

The government of Cyprus has officially put Cyprus Airways up for sale in a final attempt to save the airline from bankruptcy.

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Croatia Airlines considers future aircraft

Croatia Airlines may seek to revamp its fleet after its current restructuring program is completed in 2015.

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Boeing, Qatar Airways Finalize Order for 50 777Xs

Order includes purchase rights commitment for 50 additional 777Xs

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Owner to take Italy’s Meridiana private

The holding company controlling Italian carrier Meridiana will be de-listed from the stock exchange and taken private Jan. 1, 2015 following a share buy-back program.

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NATS loses out as Gatwick awards 10-year tower contract to German rival DFS

In a break with tradition that could signal a ramping up of competition between European air navigation service providers (ANSPs), London Gatwick Airport has awarded a 10-year contract for the provision of tower services at the airport to German ANSP Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS).

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