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  1. Shortage of 737 pilots forces Qantas to switch to 747s on Domestic routes

    Shortage of Pilots forces Qantas to fly its ageing Boeing 747s on some of its domestic routes starting 30 July 2018. The airline will be replacing some of the routes run by 737s with larger Boeing...
  2. Ryanair Complains About ATC Staff Shortages and Cancels 1,100 Flights

    Ryanair had to cancel over 1,100 flights for the second month in succession and complained about staff shortages, among other things, which has caused problems for air traffic controllers (ATCs) in...
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    Ethiopian Takes First MAX

    Ethiopian Airlines has taken delivery of the first of its 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8s it has on firm order.

    The flag carrier’s maiden example, ET-AVM (c/n 62446), departed Seattle on July 1 on its...
  4. Air Transat has signed a follow-on agreement with AerCap for the long-term lease of s

    The latest contract consists of two A321neos and five A321LRs, which will be added to the ten A321LRs ordered in July 2017 and due for delivery from next spring. This second batch is planned to...
  5. Incident: Jet Airways B38M at Chennai on Jul 3rd 2018, bird strike

    A Jet Airways Boeing 737-800 MAX, registration VT-JXA performing flight 9W-469 from Mumbai to Chennai (India), was on final approach to Chennai's runway 07 when a bird impacted the left hand engine...
  6. Swoop receives air operators certificate approval from Transport Canada

    Swoop has officially been granted its air operating certificate (AOC) approval by Transportation Canada, with just over a week to go until Swoop’s inaugural flight from Hamilton, ON to Abbotsford,...
  7. Airbus failed to win a contract with American to sell A330

    Airbus failed to win a contract with American Airlines Group to sell its A330neo jets. Airbus has been in talks with American over substituting A350s with A330neo jets. The American Airlines...
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    Tarmac waiting time would double in Canada

    The Canadians are unhappy about the new Bill C-49, proposes changes to the Canada Transportation Act, which include doubling the maximum amount of time customers could be forced to wait on the tarmac...
  9. Transport Canada suspended Orca Airways’s license

    Transport Canada has grounded all Orca Airways aircraft and suspended air operators certificate(AOC), after the airline failed to comply with safety regulations.
    The Orca Airways’s license was...
  10. Canadian ‘Can Force One’ is ready for replacement

    Canada’s VIP airplane ‘Can Force One’ in line for replacement. The 31-year-old plane, used to transport the prime minister and the Governor General around the world has been reporting mechanical...
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