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Mark Nensel

Mark
Nensel
Americas Editor,
Air Transport World
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FAA, NTSB to investigate privately owned freighter crash near Toledo
A twin-engine Convair 440 cargo aircraft crashed into the parking lot of a truck repair facility in Toledo, Ohio early Sept. 11, an FAA spokesperson told ATW.
Rendering of A320neo and A321neo in Avianca livery
Avianca cancels 17 A320neos, defers more deliveries 
Avianca is canceling orders for 17 Airbus A320neo family aircraft and deferring delivery of 35 more by at least seven years, the Colombia-based airline said March 15.
ATR wins EASA certification to extend Type A check intervals 
Turboprop manufacturer ATR said Feb. 25 it had received certification from EASA to extend the intervals between Type A maintenance checks for all its aircraft from 500 to 750 hours.
Boeing delivers 806 commercial aircraft in 2018 
Boeing reported deliveries of 806 commercial aircraft in 2018, exceeding its previous record-high delivery total of 763 in 2017, and surpassing rival Airbus’ 800 commercial jet deliveries for the past year.
Green Africa commits to up to 100 Boeing 737 MAX 8s 
Nigerian startup Green Africa Airways has committed to purchasing up to 100 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, Boeing said Dec. 21.
Cargo business rebounds on economic growth 
Freight revenue has returned as an important revenue sector.
Air Italy A330-200
Air Italy to begin flights to Toronto, Chicago in 2019 
Newly rebranded Air Italy has announced new routes to Toronto and Chicago, bringing to six the number of North American destinations the carrier will fly to from Milan Malpensa Airport.
IATA: Local issues in Latin America hinder air travel growth 
The Latin America-Caribbean region is clearly seeing growth but is hamstrung by insufficient infrastructure and air traffic management, excessive costs and taxation.
IATA forecasts 5% increase in global cargo revenue in 2019 
IATA is signaling that global cargo revenue is forecast to rise more than 5% year-over-year to $116 billion in 2019, driven in part by a continued robust (albeit slower) global economic outlook as well as the recent substantial fall in oil prices.
IATA: Cancellation of Mexico airport construction to cost over $5 billion 
The decision by Mexico’s newly installed government—led by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador—to cancel further construction of its new international airport will cost over MXP100 billion ($5 billion), according to estimates cited by IATA.
Avianca Brazil files for bankruptcy; judge halts aircraft repossession 
Avianca Brazil reportedly filed for bankruptcy protection Dec. 11, stemming from a potential repossession of 21% of its fleet by the aircrafts’ lessor.
Delta opens Atlanta biometric terminal 
Curb-to-gate biometric facial recognition at Delta Air Lines’ Terminal F at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) became fully operational Nov. 29.
Avianca, Copa, United seek joint agreement approval 
Latin American carriers Avianca Holdings and Copa Airlines have reached an agreement with Chicago-based United Airlines on a proposed joint business agreement (JBA) plan.
Airbus reports orders for 85 commercial aircraft in October 
Airbus commercial aircraft orders made a significant rebound in October as the Toulouse-based manufacturer reported firm bookings for 85 aircraft, valued at around $13.4 billion.
Norwegian Air Argentina debuts country’s first Wi-Fi 
Norwegian Air Argentina rolled out complimentary Wi-Fi on domestic flights Nov. 16, making it the first carrier in the country to do so.
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Sep 11, 2019
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Alitalia’s endless extensions on government money

In what has become close to a bimonthly event, another request has been made to extend the deadline for a business plan to be submitted to get Alitalia back on its feet....More
Aug 16, 2019
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Editor’s Blog: Why Beijing’s bullying of Hong Kong Airport and Cathay could misfire

What has happened in Hong Kong this week amounts to one thing: Beijing bullying....More
Jul 25, 2019
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(Yet another) summer of discontent

Europe is bracing for a heatwave, in more ways than one, as tensions threaten to reach a boiling point between airlines, employees and passengers during the busiest period of the year....More

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