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GE222 and AH5017

On the 23rd of July, TransAsia Airways flight GE222, was en route to Magong Airport on Penghu Island from Kaohsiung when the deteriorating weather caused by Hurricane Matmo prompted the pilots to perform an emergency landing at Penghu county.  136 more words

Aviation News

Typhoon weather likely cause of TransAsia crash that killed 48

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Stormy weather trailing behind a typhoon was the likely cause of a plane crash on a Taiwanese island that killed 48 people on board and injured 10 on the plane and five on the ground, the airline said Thursday. 785 more words

World

TransAsia Airways flight 222 crashes in typhoon-ravaged Penghu Islands, 48 killed

TransAsia Airways (Taipei) 70-seat ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-600) B-22817 (msn 1145) operating as flight 222 crashed into residential buildings while attempting to make a landing at Magong Airport today (July 23) in the Penghu Islands with 54 passengers and four crew members on board. 217 more words

ATR

Myanma Airways orders six ATR 72-600s, will change its name to Myanmar National Airlines

Myanmar’s state-owned national airline Myanma Airways (Yangon), to be named Myanmar National Airlines in the near future, has signed an agreement with ATR for 6 new generation ATR 72-600s with options for 6 additional aircraft. 129 more words

ATR

Air Lease orders seven additional ATR 72-600s

ATR (Toulouse) and the leasing company Air Lease Corporation (ALC) (Los Angeles) have signed an agreement for the purchase of seven additional ATR 72-600s. Air Lease Corporation (ALC) has purchased ATRs every year since its first contract at Farnborough in 2010. 20 more words

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Island Air and American commence interline e-ticket sales

Island Air (Honolulu) and American Airlines (Dallas/Fort Worth) are commencing interline e-ticket sales and airport through check-in for customers of both carriers. The new agreement allows both airlines to sell each other’s seats and place all flight segments on a single ticket. 143 more words

American Airlines

Fiji Link is launched with the delivery of its first ATR 72-600

Fiji Link (subsidiary of Fiji Airways, formerly Pacific Sun) (Suva, Fiji) was officially launched with the delivery of the pictured 68-seat ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-600) DQ-FJZ (msn 1146) on May 31. 227 more words

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