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Severe turbulence strikes Singapore Airlines Boeing 777

A Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-312ER, 9V-SWM (c/n 34578) with 211 passengers and 18 crew on board encountered severe turbulence en route to Singapore from London/Heathrow on May 20.

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Ural Airlines abandons Airbus A320 rescue from field

Ural Airlines has revealed that it will not return to service an Airbus A320 that has been stranded in a wheat field just outside Novosibirsk, Russia, since September 2023.

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New home for the UK’s last Boeing 747 operator

UK cargo carrier and the only remaining operator of the Boeing 747 in the country, One Air, has moved its base from London/Heathrow to East Midlands Airport, which “will now be a regular origin and destination point [for its] freighter services connecting Asia and Europe as well as for ad hoc global charter services.”

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Frankfurt Airport Viewing Guide

With four official locations to choose from, Frankfurt is a spotter’s paradise. Martyn Cartledge and Spencer Bennett offer a guide to the best sites

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Doncaster Sheffield Airport reopening moves a step closer

The battle to reopen Doncaster Sheffield Airport to commercial operations has moved a step closer after the council signed a 125-year lease for the site.

Norse to fly for Air Peace to London

Norse Atlantic Airways has entered into an agreement with Nigerian carrier Air Peace for an ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance) charter service on the Lagos to London route.

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Airliner World June 2024

June 2024 issue of Airliner World in page-turning format is a bumper 132-page souvenir edition celebrating 40 years of Virgin Atlantic and featuring an exclusive by the airline's founder Sir Richard Branson

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Step aboard for a flight on Air Zimbabwe’s Boeing 737-200 – one of the last examples still flying

From the days of operating a modern and varied fleet, Air Zimbabwe is a shadow of its former self. Daniel Johnston steps onboard the airline’s last 737-200 to experience the thrill of flying one of the world’s few remaining Boeing Classics

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Aegean Airlines ramps up routes

Aegean Airlines is increasing frequencies on routes between Greece and key European hubs. It has secured a fourth slot at London/Heathrow for a new daily (except Saturday) Athens service.

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Royal Jordanian inducts inaugural E2s

Royal Jordanian Airlines’ first two Embraer E195-E2s have joined the fleet. In total, eight examples are expected to operate on RJ’s short and medium-range routes.

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Airliner World June 2024

June 2024 issue of Airliner World in page-turning format is a bumper 132-page souvenir edition celebrating 40 years of Virgin Atlantic and featuring an exclusive by the airline's founder Sir Richard Branson

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Airliner World May 2024

May 2024 issue of Airliner World in page-turning format hails the 'Queen of the Skies' in a feature looking at classic Boeing 747s still flying around the world

MRO Americas 2024

As the industry gathers in Chicago for MRO Americas, Airliner World presents a special supplement in page turning format on some of the region’s leading players

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