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  • in Inspections, News, Overseas

    Borescope Inspection Expansion into China

    We are expanding our borescope inspection cover into China, with two engineers being based in Xiamen. Initially we will be covering CF6-80, RB211, CFM56, V2500 and GE90 engine borescope inspections. Due to the rapid and ever growing Chinese Aerospace market, we envisage the capabilities of this area of our business to increase. If you would […]

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  • in Airbus, News

    Malaysia Airlines To Order 25 Widebodies In 2017

    As reported by William Dennis (via AIN Online), Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) has returned to expansion mode and plans to order 25 widebody aircraft by the end of the year, according to chief executive Peter Bellew. Fifteen of the new batch of airplanes would replace the existing fleet of 15 leased Airbus A330-300s, while the […]

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  • in News

    Bizjet Outlook, Interest at Post-crisis Highs, Says UBS

    The business jet market’s outlook and customer interest are now at post-crisis highs, according to the latest UBS Business Jet Market Index report released today. Now sitting at 51, the index score is 12 percent higher than that in UBS’s previous survey and the fourth consecutive monthly increase. In addition, this is only the fourth […]

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  • in News, Overseas

    No-frills thrills

    As reported by Leisha Chi (BBC Business reporter), Air France plans to launch a new budget carrier in late 2017 serving cities in Asia, followed by routes to the US. The Air-France KLM group already operates the Hop and Transavia budget brands in Europe. Within Europe, Ryanair and Easyjet dominate much of the market, leading […]

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  • in IATA, News, Overseas

    Continuing profits

    As reported by Leisha Chi (BBC Business reporter), oil prices are creeping back upward but airlines are set to remain profitable in 2017. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecasts the global airline industry will make $29.8bn (£24bn) in 2017, its third straight year of profit. Last year the sector logged a record $35.6bn. To […]

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  • in Acquisitions, News, Sales

    Sales continue to soar!

    As we start 2017, our venture into aircraft acquisitions and sales continue to grow. After a great year working with our clients, we are even more excited to continue to grow and develop our services and offerings. As the aviation industry as a whole is flourishing, we have seen a high demand for light aircraft, […]

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