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Microflite adds new five-bladed H145

Australian commercial aircraft operator Microflite has ordered a second five-bladed H145 to support its growing training, commercial, utility, fire observation and rescue operations. Microflite is Airbus’ largest...

Norway Receives first C-130J-30 upgraded to Block 8.1

Lockheed Martin delivered the first of four C-130J-30 Super Hercules tactical airlifters with the Block 8.1 upgrade to the Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF),...

STARLUX orders A350F and more A330neo widebodies

STARLUX Airlines of Taiwan has placed a firm order for five all-new A350F freighters and three more A330neo widebody aircraft. The agreement was signed...

JetSMART selects GTF™ engines for further 35 Airbus A320neo’s

Pratt & Whitney, an RTX business, announced that JetSMART has selected GTF engines to power an additional 35 Airbus A320neo family aircraft, including nine...

Breeze Airways orders 10 more A220 aircraft

Breeze Airways has disclosed an order for 10 additional A220-300 aircraft, bringing the airline’s total firm order for the aircraft type to 90, making Breeze the third...

Cessna Grand Caravan EX amphibian delivered in Malaysia

Textron Aviation announced the delivery of a new Cessna Grand Caravan EX Amphibian turboprop to Malaysian property developer, Ikhasas Sdn Bhd, via its subsidiary...

Schiebel wins Camcopter® S-300 contract for South Korean Navy

Schiebel, together with Korean based defence solutions companies Hanwha Systems and UI Helicopter, has been awarded a contract by the Defence Acquisition Programme Administration...

Silk Avia introduces first new ATR 72-600 in Central Asia

Leading regional aircraft lessor Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) and ATR, the world’s number one regional aircraft manufacturer, announced the successful delivery of the first new...

The Italian Air Force bids farewell to the HH-212

The phase out ceremony took place on the military airport of Grazzanise (CE), home of the 9th Wing "Francesco Baracca".The "phase-out" ceremony of the...

Pratt & Whitney to power 15 more aircraft for Cebu Pacific Air

Pratt & Whitney, an RTX business, was selected by Cebu Pacific Air (Cebu Pacific) to provide GTF engines to power an additional 10 A321neo...
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