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Turkish Technic, Silk Way West Partner on 777F Support

Turkish Technic, Silk Way West Partner on 777F Support

  Turkish Technic, a prominent Istanbul-based Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) provider, recently inked a component pool agreement with Silk Way West Airlines, a key operator of Boeing 777F aircraft with ongoing orders. This partnership

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Scoot, Embraer Partner on Collaborative Inventory Planning Solution

Scoot, Embraer Partner on Collaborative Inventory Planning Solution

  Embraer will offer support for its upcoming fleet of E190-E2 jets. The airline is scheduled to receive nine of these aircraft from Embraer following an order placed in May 2023 and has now included

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Air India Express to connect Kozhikode with Mumbai

Air India Express to connect Kozhikode with Mumbai

Air India Express announces the launch of operations connecting Mumbai and Kozhikode with daily direct flights. Kozhikode has played a key role in the journey of Air India Express since its inception and is the

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Air India-Vistara merger: awaiting FDI & regulatory approvals, says SIA

Air India-Vistara merger: awaiting FDI & regulatory approvals, says SIA

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has said the proposed merger of Air India and Vistara is in progress, and they are awaiting foreign direct investment and other regulatory approvals. Vistara is a joint venture between Singapore Airlines

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Most aviation executives anticipate elevated levels of flight disruption: Amadeus Research

Most aviation executives anticipate elevated levels of flight disruption: Amadeus Research

  Airlines and airports identify 'brand damage' and 'increased costs' as the primary consequences of ongoing disruptions, urging the need for improved integrated systems and collaborative platform technology for a more effective response. Recent data

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SITA reveals surge in expenditure of USD 34.5 billion for airlines

SITA reveals surge in expenditure of USD 34.5 billion for airlines

  SITA's Air Transport IT Insights report for 2023, released today, reveals a year-on-year increase in IT spending for both airports and airlines, reaching an estimated USD 10.8 billion and USD 34.5 billion, respectively, with

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