Lufthansa, which this year had planned to launch the world’s first scheduled commercial passenger flights partially powered by biofuel, said it will delay its six-month trial owing to a delay in certification for the new fuel. The trial with an IAE V2500-powered Airbus A321 was supposed to begin in April (ATW Daily News, Nov. 30, 2010). AFI KLM E&M signed a five-year APU overhaul and repair contract with Gazpromavia Aviation covering its three Boeing 737NGs. The work will be ...

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