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Cargojet and Air Canada venture to expand into Europe 

Cargojet Airways has said its first destination in Europe it will serve as part of its partnership with Air Canada Cargo will be Frankfurt.

The cargo specialist has said that starting from November 19, it would operate weekly flights to the German commercial gateway using its B767-300(ER)(F)s. 65 more words

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UIA launches scheduled flights to Colombo

On Saturday, November 5, 2016, Ukraine International Airlines will started operating non-stop scheduled flights between Kiev and Colombo 293 more words
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Dramatic images surfaced of an American Airlines jet going up in flames on the tarmac of Chicago O’Hare Airport yesterday.

American Airlines Flight 383 was about to initiate its take-off run when the starboard engine caught fire. The crew executed an aborted take-off procedure and halted the aircraft. 113 more words

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[Incident] American Airlines AA383 Engine Fire at Chicago O'Hare

American Airlines Flight AA383 has suffered an uncontrolled fire during its takeoff roll at Chicago O’Hare Int’l Airport on Runway 28R on 28/10/16 14:35 US CT. 277 more words

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Atlas Air announces order for nine B767 conversions

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings has announced an aorder with Voeimf for the conversione of nine B767-300ER passenger aircraft into Boeing Comverted Freighters (BCF).


The freight and passenger specialist said in a statement that four of the orders were previously announced at the Farnborough International Airshow in July, but were attributed to an undisclosed customer.

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Air Canada Adds Non-Stop Montreal-Algiers and Montreal-Marseille Flights Starting in Summer 2017.

Air Canada announced the addition of two new seasonal destinations to its international network from Montreal. The new services, Montreal–Algiers and Montreal–Marseille will launch in June 2017, with the Montreal–Algiers route subject to government approvals. 689 more words

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Icelandair adds more 767 destinations 


This winter, Icelandair will add Boeing 767 service to 3 new destinations, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Seattle. The equipment change will only last until May, when the flights will once again be flown with Boeing 757s. 51 more words

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