ATR Aircraft Newswire (Page 6)

ATR Aircraft Newswire (Page 6)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for ATR Aircraft. (Page 6)

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  1. FAA: Drone ID Rules Should Come This YearRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Aero-News Network

    The FAA should have rules to identify drones and their pilots this year, according to FAA Acting Deputy Administrator Carl Burleson. During a panel discussion at the Singapore Air Show last week, Burleson said that drone security is one of the agency's top priorities for this year.

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  2. Robinson Adds Wire Strike Protection For R66 HelicoptersRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Aero-News Network

    Robinson has added wire strike protection provisions to its R66 options list. Available only on R66 helicopters, the provisions are FAA certified and allow for easy, bolt-on installation of Magellan's WSPS sold separately by Magellan Aerospace, Winnipeg, Canada.

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  3. Embraer Releases Asia-Pacific Market Forecast For Regional AirlinersRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Aero-News Network

    Embraer Commercial Aviation has released its market forecast for the Asia Pacific region. The Company estimates airlines will take delivery of 3,010 new aircraft in the segment up to 150-seats over the next 20 years, representing 29% of the worldwide demand for the segment, in the period.

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  4. ALPA Takes Legal Action Against WestJet And WestJet EncoreRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Aero-News Network

    WestJet and WestJet Encore pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l , have filed an unfair labor practice complaint and an application for an interim order with the Canada Industrial Relations Board . ALPA also filed a notice of dispute and request for conciliation assistance with the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service with regard to collective bargaining at WestJet.

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  5. ISS Could Become A Commercial VentureRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Aero-News Network

    An internal NASA document shows that when the U.S. government discontinues funding for the International Space Station, it does not necessarily mean that the station will be put in mothballs until it re-enters the Earth's atmosphere. MSN reports that the document, which was obtained by the Washington Post, states that "[t]he decision to end direct federal support for the ISS in 2025 does not imply that the platform itself will be deorbited at that time - it is possible that industry could continue to operate certain elements or capabilities of the ISS as part of a future commercial platform.

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  6. Pratt & Whitney Issues Statement On PW1100G-JM EngineRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Aero-News Network

    Pratt & Whitney, with the support of Airbus, is in close contact with customers to address the results of a recent finding related to the knife edge seal in the High Pressure Compressor aft hub on the PW1100G-JM engine powering the A320neo. This issue is isolated to a limited subpopulation of engines.

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  7. Air Force Outlines Future Of Bomber ForceRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Aero-News Network

    The Air Force outlined plans for its bomber fleet in its Fiscal Year 2019 President's Budget Request February 12, 2019. In line with the service's bomber vector, the budget request detailed the Air Force plan to update the B-52 Stratofortress fleet and continue modifications to the B-1 Lancer and B-2 Spirit fleets while continuing to acquire B-21 Raiders.

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  8. THAI group unites for code-sharingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Bangkok Post

    ... Nok Air will commence the Mae Hong Son service starting from March 25 with three flights a week at first, using ATR aircraft with 72 seats each. "The move is expected to bring a further 20,000 passengers to Mae Hong Son province a year and help ...

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  9. Domestic airline cancels flights to islandsRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Fiji Times

    DOMESTIC carrier Fiji Link yesterday cancelled flights to Kadavu, Cicia and Vanuabalavu in Lau because of the adverse weather caused by Tropical Cyclone Gita. In a statement released this week, Fiji Airways revealed that flights to Kadavu and Lau would be cancelled yesterday and today.

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  10. Silver Airways is coming to Huntsville, announces nonstop flight to OrlandoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | WHNT-TV Huntsville

    Silver Airways is coming to Huntsville, bringing one-way, nonstop flights to Orlando. The introductory sale has fares starting at only $99 starting May 23. "We are very excited to announce our first growth market utilizing our new fleet of ATR-42-600 aircraft that will begin arriving in May," said Jason Bewley, Silver Airways President and CFO.

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  11. Aircraft Airframe MRO Global Market 2018- Competitive Landscape,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | SBWire

    Market Overview: Aircraft airframe MRO is a complex process as it entails repair and upgrade of the wide body and narrow body aircrafts. Airframe MRO facilities are required to undertake tasks, which include corrosion prevention, control programs, and structure reinforcement among others.

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  12. Russian Airliner Down Near MoscowRead the original story

    Monday Feb 12 | Aero-News Network

    Reuters reports that the airliner, an AN-148 operated by Saratov Airlines, went down shortly after takeoff from Orsk, which is about 900 miles southeast of Moscow. There is very little information to report in this early stage of the investigation.

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  13. Bangkok Airways Signs For Four Additional ATR 72-600sRead the original story

    Monday Feb 12 | Aero-News Network

    ... process of its regional fleet around the ATR 72-600s. Bangkok Airways currently operates a fleet of 15 ATR aircraft, nine ATR 72-600s and six ATR 72-500s that are being progressively replaced with the introduction of the new ATR -600s. Deliveries of ...

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  14. Tourist Helicopter Down In The Grand CanyonRead the original story

    Monday Feb 12 | Aero-News Network

    Three people were fatally injured Saturday when the tourist helicopter they were aboard went down in the Grand Canyon. Four people survived the accident, and were being treated at a Nevada Hospital.

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  15. ATR's Toulouse Training Center gets ATR 72-600 simulatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2018 | Air Transport World

    Regional turboprop manufacturer ATR is adding an ATR 72-600 full flight simulator to its Toulouse Training Center. Manufactured by CAE, it will be both EASA- and FAA-certified.

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  16. Flying from Manila to El Nido, Palawan with AirswiftRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 31 | The New Zealand Herald

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  17. AirSwift to launch El Nido-Davao flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 31 | Sun-Star

    DAVAO. AirSwift Transport Commercial Head Rolando Nunez announced that they are set to launch flights between El Nido and Davao City in May 2018.

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  18. ATR parent Leonardo rules out 100-seat turbopropRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 30 | Flight Global

    Talk of ATR launching a new programme to extend the regional turboprop maker's range to a 100-seater has been formally brought to a close. Leonardo, which has been at loggerheads for several years over the issue with 50:50 partner Airbus, has abandoned notions of a new programme in favour of investing in the existing ATR 42 and 72 models.

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  19. Flybe making 'strong progress' on improvement planRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2018 | Air Transport World

    In a 3Q trading update of its 2017-18 financial year, the airline reported a 7.4% rise in revenue, to 172.8 million , up from 160.8 million for the year-ago period. Passenger numbers were up 8.1% at 2.3 million; combined with a 4.2% drop in capacity at 3 million seats, which resulted in a load factor of 75.8%, up from 67.2% a year ago.

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  20. Novoair gets another aircraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | The Daily Star

    Novoair, one of the leading private airlines in Bangladesh, yesterday added one more aircraft to its fleet, taking the number of its passenger planes to five. The 68-seater ATR 72-500 aircraft landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in presence of Fayzur Rahman MP, chairman of the carrier, Mofizur Rahman, managing director, and Feroz Alam, deputy managing director, according to a press release.

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