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SR Technics Completes SAS Airbus Widebody Cabin Upgrade
Posted: 2016 Aug 04

The cabin modification project of 12 wide-body aircraft belonging to Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), has been completed by leading MRO service provider, SR Technics. The two companies partnered together in late 2014 to enhance the cabin experience of SAS’s Airbus A330-300 and A340-300 aircraft, and the two companies have just completed this joint project on time. 
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Allegiant Selects CFM56-5B Engines for New A320ceo Order
Posted: 2016 Aug 04

Las Vegas-based Allegiant has placed a U.S.$270 million order (at list prices) with CFM International for its 12 new Airbus A320ceo (current engine option) aircraft, to be powered by CFM International engines. The order includes spare engines and the new aircraft are expected to enter service between 2017 and 2018. 
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Alaska Airlines to Modify 737s with Boeing Sky Interior
Posted: 2016 Aug 04

Alaska Airlines will modify its in-service Boeing Sky Interior 737 airplanes with more spacious Space Bins in 2017, the airline announced, at the recently concluded EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Show. The Alaskan carrier is the launch customer for Boeing’s retrofit Space Bin program and plans call for 34 airplanes, primarily 737-900ERs (Extended Range) to be modified with the new overhead bins.
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Emirates Plane Crash Lands in Dubai
Posted: 2016 Aug 03
 
 
All 275 passengers aboard a Boeing 777-300 of Emirates flying from Kerala, India had a miraculous escape after the aircraft caught fire after landing in Dubai on Wednesday, leading to the closure of the airport, officials said. Emirates has confirmed that all passengers and crew are accounted for and safe. A statement issued by the airline said, “Flight EK521 travelling from Trivandrum International Airport in Thiruvananthapuram, India to Dubai has been involved in an accident at Dubai International Airport. There were 282 passengers and 18 crew on board.”
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Lion Air Receives First of Four Boeing 737s from BOC Aviation
Posted: 2016 Aug 01

P.T. Lion Mentari (“Lion Air Group”) has taken the delivery of the first of four Boeing 737 jetliners that it was to acquire from leading aircraft lessor BOC Aviation, under purchase-and-leaseback. The first of the two 737-900ER aircraft in the transaction was delivered on 28 July 2016.  The Indonesian carrier has entered into purchase-and-leaseback transactions with BOC Aviation for two Boeing 737-800 and two 737-900ER jetliners.   
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