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Volaris takes delivery of its first Airbus A321, reports a 1Q net profit of $19.8 million

Volaris (Mexico City) on April 22 took delivery of its first Airbus A321-200. The pictured A321-231 D-AZAN (msn 6558) at Hamburg (Finkenwerder) was leased as XA-VLH from ALC. 1,067 more words

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Hawaiian Holdings produces record GAAP net income of $25.9 million for the first quarter

Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (Honolulu), parent company of Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. (Honolulu),  reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2015:

GAAP net income of $25.9 million or $0.40 per diluted share. 465 more words

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World's Top 5 Largest Aircraft

Since aircraft was created, people have done a lot amazing things by their talent and creativity. Years ago, we would never imagine that one day aircraft can carry over 500 people and flying around the earth without fueling. 420 more words

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Airbus Selects Korean Air Aerospace to manufacture Sharklet wingtips for the A330neo Family

Korean Air Aerospace Division (KAL-ASD), the aerospace manufacturing division of the Korean Air Group, has been selected by Airbus to supply new Sharklet wingtip devices including a wingspan extension for the A330neo – the new variant of the best-selling A330 Family of widebody aircraft. 303 more words

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Augher Civil Engineer 'Not All That Civil' Claim Clogher Residents

A 44-year old civil engineer from Castlehill Gardens in Augher has been labelled ‘fairly uncivil‘ by long-suffering Clogher folk who have described their latest bridge ‘unfit for purpose’ after it was seen swaying when an Airbus bound for Alaska flew over, 30’000 feet above the structure. 241 more words

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James' aviation image of the day - 23/04/2015

Having made their first tentative steps in to the world of commercial aviation with the A300 and the shorter, re-engined A310, Airbus made a move in to the single aisle jetliner market, in order to compete with Boeing’s mighty successful 737. 284 more words

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