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JetBlue Seeks More Routes For A220 Fleet

JetBlue Airways is mulling the future route map to be covered by its growing fleet of Airbus A220s, as the airline takes advantage of the European type’s improved range and economics over its predecessor aircraft. The US carrier currently has 18 A220s in the fleet and expects to take delivery of about 20 more in 2024. The aircraft is replacing Embraer 190s: “With a range of up to 3,350 nautical miles and a 40% lower fuel burn per seat than [our] E190 aircraft, the favorable economics open the… (aviationweek.com) More...

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United Airlines Becomes Third Airline with Fake Engine Parts

United Airlines has become the latest airline to have sketchy engine parts in its aircraft. On September 18, Bloomberg reported that UK-based supplier AOG Technics provided fake engine parts to the airline. United is not the only carrier with this issue: Virgin Australia and Southwest Airlines also received counterfeit parts from AOG Technics. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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FlightAware 2023 Intern Summer Projects Part -3

Every year, our interns spend the summer working on interesting and meaningful projects that help them learn how to work on a professional team and help us solve problems across our business. Jared's project was no exception. As we transition to a new set of technologies to deliver our web products, we needed to create a platform on which all of our behind-the-scenes administrative pages could live. Jared took on the task with aplomb, creating that framework and building its first tool, a… (flightaware.engineering) More...

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NetJets agrees to purchase up to 1,500 jets from Textron Aviation

Textron Aviation announced a record-breaking fleet agreement on Wednesday that enables jet service provider NetJets to purchase up to 1,500 additional Cessna Citation business planes over the next 15 years. (dcnewsroom.blogspot.com) More...


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