Alan Dron

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Etihad Airways Airbus A330-300
Etihad reports 1Q revenues up 27%
Etihad Airways has reported first-quarter revenues of $1.4 billion, up 27% compared to $1.1 billion year-over-year.
Emirates Boeing 777-300ER
Emirates to appeal Italian court ruling on Milan-NY route
Dubai-based Emirates Airline will appeal an Italian court’s decision that its Milan-New York JFK service is illegal.
Rolls-Royce begins assembly of latest Trent XWB engine
Rolls-Royce has begun the assembly of the latest variant of the Trent XWB engine.
London City Airport rebuffs calls for closure
London City Airport (LCY) authorities have rebuffed a report by a UK think tank calling for its closure on the grounds it is a poor use of valuable urban land, creates pollution for nearby residents and brings insufficient economic benefits.
Transport MEPs back deal on noise-related restrictions at EU airports
Noise-related operating restrictions at European Union (EU) airports will continue to be set by regional and national authorities, following a deal between Parliament and the Council of Ministers on Thursday.
Air France-KLM may deepen cooperation with Etihad
Air France-KLM is looking to further expand its codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways.
Rendering of Airbus A350-800
Alitalia cancels order for 12 Airbus A350-800s
Alitalia has canceled its order for 12 Airbus A350-800s.
Air Serbia’s network has grown ‘rapidly’ in five months
Newly constituted Air Serbia—formerly called JAT Airways—has reported its network has grown rapidly in the five months since its relaunch.
EASA advises airlines to avoid Crimean airspace
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has advised airlines to avoid the Crimea peninsula as confusion arises over who has control over air traffic control services in the disputed region.
Air Nostrum gains new owners
Spanish regional operator Air Nostrum will come under new ownership, after a buy-in from the carrier’s CEO Carlos Bertomeu and local entrepreneurs.
European lawmakers to create intra-European EU ETS until 2016 1
The Plenary of the European Parliament (EP) on Thursday decided that only intra-European flights would be affected by the controversial European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) through 2016.
Oman Air A330-200
Oman Air records bigger 2013 loss, plans spin-offs
Middle Eastern carrier Oman Air has reported a loss of OR113.3 million ($294.3 million) for 2013, widened 16% from 2012.
SAS Boeing 737-700
Scandinavian Airlines to launch all-business class service
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will launch an all-business class transatlantic route between Stavanger and Houston, Texas.
Flynas takes delivery of first A330
Saudi Arabian hybrid carrier flynas has taken delivery of the first of three Airbus A330 aircraft as it gears up to launch a new range of long-haul services.
Bombardier CSeries may be flying with FBW enabled 
Bombardier’s CSeries regional jet may already be flying with its fly-by-wire (FBW) system operating in fully operational mode.

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