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VietJet Air under a cloud after wrong city landing

opshanoiJun 27,2014
Aviation News

HA NOI (VNS) – Transport Minister Dinh La Thang has told the Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV) to tighten supervision of VietJetAir after one of its planes recently landed at the wrong airport. The minister said he was anxious to prevent any more such incidents and called for

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Premier Aviation Overhaul Center Signs Long-Term Heavy Maintenance Contract With Atlas Air

opshanoiJun 27,2014
Aviation News

ROME, NEW YORK–(Marketwired – June 26, 2014) – Premier Aviation Overhaul Center and Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAWW) are pleased to announce the signing of a two-year Agreement plus options for the provision of airframe heavy maintenance on Atlas Air, Inc.’s fleet of B767-200/300 and B747-400 aircraft. The contract

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Cessna Citation M2 receives EASA certification

Cessna Citation M2 receives EASA certification

opshanoiJun 27,2014
Aviation News

Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. company (NYSE:TXT), announced today that the company has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification for the Citation M2 business jet, paving the way for deliveries to begin immediately. This latest certification comes just two weeks after Cessna’s

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Cessna’s Latitude Kicks Off Flight-Test Program

opshanoiJun 26,2014
Aviation News

Cessna hit another key milestone in its busy development schedule with the first flight of its new Citation Latitude midsize business jet. The aircraft, which was recently rolled out quietly before employees, flew a little more than three years after Cessna unveiled its first all-new Latitude during the National Business

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F-35B Stand-down Not Yet Affecting Air Show Timeline

opshanoiJun 26,2014
Aviation News

All U.S. Marine Corps F-35B operations remain dormant since a fire broke out in an F-35A preparing for takeoff this week, but this is not expected – at least for now – to affect the timing of the aircraft’s debut in the U.K. next month. “We will resume flying once

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