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SWISS Receives First Bombardier CS100 Jetliner
Posted: 2016 Jul 12

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) showcased its first Bombardier C Series aircraft – a CS100 – at Zurich Airport on 6 July. The airline’s first CS100 was named “Canton of Zurich” and SWISS commenced commercial service with the type on 15 July. SWISS has a total of 30 CS100s and the larger CS300 on order with Bombardier. 
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New CAE Airbus A350 CAE 7000XR Series FFS Operational in Brazil
Posted: 2016 Jul 12

CAE's training centre in Sao Paulo, Brazil has added a new Airbus A350 CAE 7000XR Series full-flight simulator (FFS). The new simulator will meet the pilot training needs of Latin American carriers and also support a specific long-term training agreement concluded in FY15. 
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Hong Kong Airlines Adds Two Airbus A330-300s from AWAS
Posted: 2016 Jul 12

Dublin based aircraft lessor, AWAS, has delivered on lease the first of two planned A330-300 widebody passenger aircraft to Hong Kong based full-service airline Hong Kong Airlines. The airline is a new customer for AWAS and the A330s acquired on lease will be used by the airline to add more destinations to its network. Both aircraft come from AWAS’ existing fleet.
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ATR Inaugurates Toulouse-Francazal Maintenance Base
Posted: 2016 Jul 12

ATR today inaugurated its new aeronautical maintenance site at Toulouse-Francazal airport and will conduct maintenance activities at this site. ATR has also announced that its aircraft ‘prototype’ activities will also be based at Francazal and two prototypes – ATR 42-600 and ATR 72-600 – will be prepared for testing and analysing new technologies. ATR’s Part 145 maintenance activities for all of its worldwide customers worldwide, i.e. maintenance, servicing and repairs plus related training activities and Part 147 on-the-job training activities (maintenance, servicing and repairs) for airline technicians will be amalgamated at the new site. 

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Gulfstream Unveils 3-D Paint Projection Process
Posted: 2016 Jul 12

Gulfstream has announced that it has incorporated 3-D projection technology into the process of designing and executing aircraft paint schemes at its Savannah Completions Center. The new paint process will allow for greater flexibility and enhanced design quality. The software that projects a multi-dimensional paint scheme onto the aircraft, was designed with help from Gulfstream engineers and takes into account how the curved aircraft surface may distort the image. 
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