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Singapore Airlines to introduce Airbus A350 aircraft in Kolkata

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The new aircraft will replace the existing Airbus A330-300. On sale till May 31, 2019, these promotional fares to Singapore and beyond destinations are valid for travel till April 2020. Singapore Airlines’ latest regional cabin products combined with our award-winning in-flight service will provide eastern India travellers enhanced comfort and an unparallelled travel experience.” said David Lim, general manager India – Singapore Airlines. While the new medium-haul business class seats have been manufactured by Stelia Aerospace, the new economy class seats have been designed and manufactured by RECARO. This has been designed with a new user interface that offers a more intuitive experience and navigation options, leaving customers with the pleasure of enjoying Singapore Airlines’ myKrisWorld and its selection of more than 1,800 movies, TV shows, audio programmes and games with even greater flexibility.

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Singapore Airlines to introduce Airbus A350 aircraft in Kolkata

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The new aircraft will replace the existing Airbus A330-300. On sale till May 31, 2019, these promotional fares to Singapore and beyond destinations are valid for travel till April 2020. Singapore Airlines’ latest regional cabin products combined with our award-winning in-flight service will provide eastern India travellers enhanced comfort and an unparallelled travel experience.” said David Lim, general manager India – Singapore Airlines. While the new medium-haul business class seats have been manufactured by Stelia Aerospace, the new economy class seats have been designed and manufactured by RECARO. This has been designed with a new user interface that offers a more intuitive experience and navigation options, leaving customers with the pleasure of enjoying Singapore Airlines’ myKrisWorld and its selection of more than 1,800 movies, TV shows, audio programmes and games with even greater flexibility.

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Airbus: ACJ319neo makes successful first flight

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The ACJ319neo successfully completed a first flight lasting one hour and 55 min on 24th April 2019, beginning a short flight-test programme to verify its corporate jet features – such as the extra fuel tanks in its cargo-hold, which enable intercontinental range. More than 700 A320neo Family aircraft are already in service and, with almost 15,000 firm orders for the whole A320 Family, it is the clear market leader in its class.Airbus’ A320 Family epitomizes features that are now standard in most new-generation business jets – such as enhanced-protection fly-by-wire controls, cost-saving centralized maintenance, and weight-saving carbon fibre. Some 200 Airbus corporate jets are in service worldwide, flying on every continent, including Antarctica. His major strengths include a vast knowledge of travel and tourism from the point of view of a successful private enterprise owner, superb networking skills, strong leadership, excellent communication skills, strong team player, attention to detail, dutiful respect for compliance in all regulated environments, and advisory skills in both political and non-political arenas with respect to tourism programs, policies, and legislation. The African Tourism Board (ATB) is reality and a list of distinguished tourism leaders joined together at the World Travel Market (WTM) in London as an initiative by the International Coalition of Tourism Partners to discuss this public-private sector body that will be supporting work by any organization furthering positive awareness for travel and tourism to benefit the African Tourism Industry.

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Wednesday, April 24


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Airbus and Orbital Insight launch Earth Monitor to provide geopolitical and economic insights

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Airbus and Orbital Insight launch Earth Monitor to provide geopolitical and economic insights. Toulouse, 24 April 2019 – Airbus Defence and Space and Orbital Insight have expanded upon their partnership agreement to create Earth Monitor, a powerful change analysis and insights service which provides situation awareness over archived or newly tasked areas of interest. Earth Monitor, available through Airbus’ OneAtlas Platform, leverages Orbital Insight’s machine learning and computer vision expertise through powerful algorithms that detect changes in infrastructure and land use in near real-time, as well as identify and count cars, trucks and soon, aircraft. “Earth Monitor is the result of a fruitful collaboration with Orbital Insight and is at the cornerstone of our analytics strategy as a key building component of our growing portfolio” said Francois Lombard, Head of the Intelligence Business within Airbus Defence and Space.

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American Airlines exec reveals why company doesn't use Airbus A380

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Unfortunately for Airbus, the superjumbo never developed into the game changer the company had hoped for when the massive jet was conceived more than two decades ago. Airbus struggled for years to find airlines willing to buy the jet before finally throwing in the towel earlier this year when it announced that the A380 would cease production in 2021. As it turns out, the A380's greatest asset, it's gargantuan size, may have made it simply too large for most airlines. According to Raja, who is in charge of developing American's global network strategy, the airline multi-hub strategy makes the A380 a tough sell. Raja added, "if you could do it, you'd do it on a few routes but not enough to go buy the 20 or 30 or 40 airplanes you would need in order to justify having the infrastructure of an airplane like that." And that drills down to the core of the issue. When airlines buy planes, the investment reaches far beyond the aircraft itself.

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Airbus and Orbital Insight launch Earth Monitor to provide geopolitical and economic insights

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Airbus and Orbital Insight launch Earth Monitor to provide geopolitical and economic insights. Toulouse, 24 April 2019 – Airbus Defence and Space and Orbital Insight have expanded upon their partnership agreement to create Earth Monitor, a powerful change analysis and insights service which provides situation awareness over archived or newly tasked areas of interest. Earth Monitor, available through Airbus’ OneAtlas Platform, leverages Orbital Insight’s machine learning and computer vision expertise through powerful algorithms that detect changes in infrastructure and land use in near real-time, as well as identify and count cars, trucks and soon, aircraft. “Earth Monitor is the result of a fruitful collaboration with Orbital Insight and is at the cornerstone of our analytics strategy as a key building component of our growing portfolio” said Francois Lombard, Head of the Intelligence Business within Airbus Defence and Space.

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Tuesday, April 23


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Four Seasons Adds New Airbus for $147,000-a-Seat Private Flights

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(April 24): Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts announced on Tuesday that it’s in the process of converting another private jet to its fleet in 2021, to replace the current one, which premiered in 2015 for extravagant group excursions. Like the previous model, the new plane allows travelers to book bespoke adventures around the world, with Four Seasons arranging the trip itinerary and lodging at each stop. The company chose the Airbus model because it allowed for greater customization and can go on longer flights, enabling more direct routes, Clerc says. From the renderings provided by Four Seasons (and seen here), interiors seem more sedate, with earth-toned carpeting and matching pillows replacing the spritely blue-and-orange color scheme of the previous jet.

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Airbus management shake-up spreads to space unit

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PARIS (Reuters) - A management shake-up at Europe's Airbus accelerated on Tuesday as Nicolas Chamussy was replaced as the head of Space Systems. Airbus said the 51-year-old space engineer would have an unspecified future role, while his job as head of space activities including the company's 50 percent share of the ArianeGroup rocket venture will be taken by Jean-Marc Nasr. The move comes less than four months after Nasr, 57, was named head of Asia-Pacific, responsible for group strategy and industrial issues and regional sales for Airbus Defence & Space. Chamussy is a former chief of staff to Tom Enders, who stepped down earlier this month to make way for planemaking chief Guillaume Faury, and has been facing mounting competition from a new breed of private U.S. and other space contractors.

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Monday, April 22


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Aircraft Market 2019 – Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Embraer, Tupolev – The Market Research News

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Company provides detailed analysis of market and future aspects ofAircraft Market. Report provides inclusive analysis of Aircraft market size development forecast from 2018-2025. Further, it provides their market share by various regions, with the company and product introduction and their position in Aircraft market. There are 13 chapters to put on view for Aircraft market: Chapter 1: Market Overview, Drivers, Restraints and Opportunities, Segmentation overview Chapter 2: Market competition by Manufacturers Chapter 3: Production by Regions Chapter 4: Consumption by Regions Chapter 5: Production, By Types, Revenue and Market share by Types Chapter 6: Consumption, By Applications, Market share (%) and Growth Rate by Applications Chapter 7: Complete profiling and analysis of Manufacturers Chapter 8: Manufacturing cost analysis, Raw materials analysis, Region-wise manufacturing expenses Chapter 9: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers Chapter 10: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders Chapter 11: Market Effect Factors Analysis Chapter 12: Market Forecast Chapter 13: Aircraft Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source.

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Thursday, April 18


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Airbus sells longer-range A321s, sees quick end to Boeing crisis

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Airbus sells longer-range A321s, sees quick end to Boeing crisis. Airbus is seeing more demand for longer-range versions of roughly 200-seat planes previously used for medium-haul routes, blurring boundaries with bigger jets, Christian Scherer said. The effort to expand Airbus' lead in the market for its cash cow predates last month's grounding of the MAX and Scherer said he ruled out Airbus trying to exploit the 737 MAX crisis, adding that Boeing would quickly emerge from the turmoil. Sources say Airbus has signed up several customers for the A321XLR. Airbus and Boeing compete ferociously for sales of single aisle jets like the MAX and A320 or A321.

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