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Singapore Airlines' first 787-10 rolls out of the paint shop

The first commercially produced Boeing 787-10 has rolled out of Boeing’s painting facility in Singapore Airlines’ livery, at the manufacturer’s South Carolina plant. 358 more words


Lufthansa set to purchase large percentage of Air Berlin

In the next few hours, Germany’s national carrier Lufthansa is expected to purchase a large percentage of Air Berlin’s assets. The deal means Lufthansa will likely takeover Air Berlin itself, subsidiary airlines Niki and Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter, and several aircraft. 345 more words


TURKEY: Somalia “one of our most profitable destinations worldwide " Turkish Airlines

In five years, Turkish Airlines has nearly tripled the number of destinations it flies to in Africa.

Turkish Airlines operating out of Istanbul on the edge of the Middle East, isn’t the only carrier in the region looking to find gold on the continent. 267 more words

GERMANY: Air Berlin May Soon Cancel Flights As Cash Crunch Looms

Despite a government guarantee of EUR150 million, Air Berlin (AB, Berlin Tegel) may soon find itself having to cancel flights, according to German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung. 190 more words

A6-EID: an Etihad Airways Airbus A319-100

A Happy ‘A6-EID’ to everyone today. (Alexandr Balykin via Jetphotos.com Photo)


A6-EYE: an Etihad Airways Airbus A330-200

Friends, ‘Dublin-ians‘, airmen, lend me your ‘A6-EYEs’ (Eric Boettcher via SKYBIRD-ev.de Photo).

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Does Air Berlin's demise signal end of the road for budget carriers?

Air Berlin is folding up its wings, caused by falling pasxsenger numbers. Last month alone saw a dip of 25 per cent compared to July last year. 508 more words

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