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Khazakstan’s Air Astana Celebrates 19 Years In The Skies

Simple Flying 15 May 2021
The network peaked with 60 domestic and international routes with a fleet of 34 jets comprised of Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer aircraft. Together, these jets have an average age of only three-and-a-half years ... The airline ordered three Boeing 787s in 2012 but has deferred delivery of the jets multiple times since citing a lack of demand.
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Air Force's only 'nuke-sniffer' jet, part of Offutt fleet, was sidelined for two months

Omaha World-Herald 15 May 2021
55th Wing puts trouble-prone Open Skies jet out to pasture ... “I can’t imagine why a hydraulic problem would ground the jet for two months,” Hopkins said ... The Constant Phoenix jets have been in demand in recent years as unpredictable regimes, such as North Korea, have developed nuclear weapons programs and tested missiles.
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FAA approves Boeing fix for 737 Max jets grounded by electrical flaw

The Oregonian 14 May 2021
WASHINGTON — Federal regulators have approved a Boeing procedure to fix about 100 jets that have been idled for the past month because of improper electrical grounding of some components, and some of the planes could be flying again in the next few days ... Alaska Airlines has four grounded Max jets.
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Another One Bites The Dust: Hi Fly’s A380 Scrapped In France

Simple Flying 14 May 2021
With the jet’s livery removed, it was repositioned to France, where it has now been scrapped ... When looking at the state of the jet, the most noticeable change is that its entire tail section has been removed just behind the rear pressure bulkhead ... With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, the already low demand for the jet ceased altogether.
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Crider: Landing fees would hurt environment, communities

Boston Herald 14 May 2021
Proposed landing fee increases would be a step backward for the environment and make vital air transportation less accessible to the flying public. Sen ... Much of the demand for sustainable aviation fuels is generated by business aviation users like NetJets, Vista Jet and Signature, who have all signed pledges for sustainable aviation ... Sen ... Sen ... ....
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Aerospace & DefenseLuxury jet makers battle over lucrative spy plane niche

Reuters 13 May 2021
The rising demand for small jets with systems once reserved for bigger planes has energised a market led by General Dynamics (GD.N) subsidiary Gulfstream, with Canada's Bombardier (BBDb.TO) and France's Dassault Aviation (AVMD.PA) snapping at its heels.
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Luxury jet makers battle over lucrative spy plane niche

Metro USA 13 May 2021
The rising demand for small jets with systems once reserved for bigger planes has energised a market led by General Dynamics subsidiary Gulfstream, with Canada’s Bombardier and France’s Dassault Aviation snapping at its heels ... Heavily exposed to fluctuating demand for ...
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FAA approves Boeing fix for jets grounded by electrical flaw

The Nashville Ledger 13 May 2021
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators have approved a Boeing procedure to fix about 100 jets that have been idled for the past month because of improper electrical grounding of some components, and some of the planes could be flying again in the next few days ... Alaska Airlines has four grounded Max jets.
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Tech pulls U.S. stock indexes out their recent slump; inflation shows up in wholesale prices

The Post and Courier 13 May 2021
Core inflation, which excludes volatile food and energy costs, rose 0.7 percent in April, reflecting widespread price pressures that are showing up as demand increases with the wider re-opening of the economy.Jobless claims fall to pandemic-era low ... Alaska Airlines has four grounded Max jets ... market demands.
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Boeing nears fix for 777 engine covers

Live Mint 13 May 2021
hopes to return to service certain Boeing 777 jets that are powered by Pratt & Whitney engines ... United has hoped to resume flying the affected jets by the busy summer season as travel demand picks up after a sharp decline due to the Covid-19 pandemic, people familiar with the matter said.
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Digital Printing Market to Reach $35.71 Bn, Globally, by 2028 at 3.7% CAGR: Allied Market Research

MENA FN 13 May 2021
The demand from application industries such as textile, ceramic, and glass decreased due to disruptions in daily operations ... This is attributed to advent of next-generation cartridge-free ink-jet printers and rise in demand for high-quality output printing solutions from the household, commercial and industrial sectors.
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Airbus revives plan to build A321 where super-jumbo was made

Gulf News 12 May 2021
Airbus SE has restarted work converting a French assembly line once used for its A380 super-jumbo to build single-aisle jets, in another sign that the planemaker is gearing up for a recovery ... Demand for twin-aisle jets made at the main campus in Toulouse is likely to take several years to recover.
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US States Declare Emergency Over Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack

Interesting Engineering 12 May 2021
... jet fuel, and other refined petroleum products and provides necessary relief." ... The Department of Transportation issued a temporary hours-of-service exemption for transporting gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel on Sunday, May 9, in order to help operators meet demand.Advertisement.
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Halt to 737 MAX deliveries stymies Boeing's recovery effort

Lincoln Journal Star 12 May 2021
Boeing delivered just four 737 MAXs in April before an electrical problem grounded the jet again, halting further deliveries until a fix is approved ... airlines look to a recovery in domestic travel, the 737 MAX is the Boeing jet in most demand, so the stoppage in deliveries is a major blow that drastically cuts much-needed cash flow.
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Airbus tells suppliers to plan for 18% output hike in 2022

Arab News 12 May 2021
Airbus, which had been enjoying record jet demand before the virus triggered widespread travel bans, cut output of its best-selling model by a third to 40 a month around a year ago ... Output of larger wide-bodied jets remains depressed by travel restrictions and is not expected to recover soon.
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