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Air Peace signs maintenance, spares deal with Embraer

  Posted by Sade Williams   West Africa’s leading carrier, Air Peace has demonstrated the premium it places on safety and maintenance of its fleet, signing a multi-year aircraft spare parts deal with planemaker, Embraer.   The deal, the airline confirmed in a statement, would cover more than 250 components for the six Embraer 145 jets it recently added to ...

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British Airways Launches Seat Sale for First Class

  Posted by Sade Williams   British Airways First Class is certainly the finest way to travel because First travellers on British Airways experience exceptional comfort and impeccable service in the most elegant surroundings.   Personal spacious suites, a flat bed with mattress and duvet, delicious and indulgent dining with exclusive and attentive service; access to luxurious lounges and spa ...

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Dispatcher calls for review of Charter flight operations laws

  Posted by Sade Williams   A foremost Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) licensed Aircraft Dispatcher and Ground Instructor, Mrs. Victoria Adegbe, has called for a review of the laws guiding Charter Flight Operations so that Aircraft Dispatchers can be mandated to ensure safety.   Featuring as the only speaker representing West and North Africa ...

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Embraer Moves Ahead with Praetor Program

    Posted by Sade Williams   Embraer Executive Jets has redesigned the Legacy 450 and 500 fly-by-wire business jets, adding two new models—the Praetor 500 and 600—that improve performance to a significant degree. The Praetor 500 and 600, expected to enter service in 2019, will sit at the top of Embraer’s midsize and super-midsize offerings, but the company will ...

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Delta Signs Up as First Big U.S. Customer for Airbus Data-Tracking System

    Posted by Sade Williams   Delta airline has agreed to join an Airbus SE data-analysis network that crunches real-time information about airplane components to spot problems early and improve operations, according to executives from both companies.   Delta would become the first big U.S. airline, according to wsj.com, to use Airbus’s Skywise system. An announcement is expected later ...

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