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The FAA will issue American Airlines and US Airways a Single Operating Certificate (SOC) sometime early next month which will mark a significant milestone in the merger process as well as the end of the Cactus Call Sign. Link
Honda Aircraft recently debuted their first production HondaJet, and the over-the-wing aircraft design is anticipated to revolutionize the light jet market. The engines are also new and so is the company created specifically to build them. Honda Aero is the first new company approved to build jet engines in 23 years. Link
Saddled with over a billion dollars of debt stemming from construction of the new Terminal B and concourse building, Sacramento International Airport raised airport use fees, making it one of the most expensive places in the country for airlines to do business. They now hope to reduce those fees by building two solar farms on…
A trio of Dassault Falcon 7X executive jets, packed with observation equipment, journeyed to the North Atlantic at nearly 50,000 feet in order to chase a rare chance to see the black sun. Link
A rash of complaints by Frontier Airlines passengers has led the Better Business Bureau to examine the Denver-based carrier’s A+ customer-service ranking. Link
A USAir jet with 51 people on board crashed and burst into flames while taking off from LaGuardia Airport last night, killing at least 19 and injuring dozens, authorities said. At least 21 rescuers were also injured. Cleveland-bound Flight 405 skidded off runway 13 in gusting snow into Flushing Bay and exploded shortly after 9:30…
Basel Aero, part of Russia’s largest diversified industrial group Basic Element, has announced that Mahan Air’s inaugural Tehran-Sochi charter flight touched down earlier as a part of Open Skies regime that has previously been introduced in Sochi. The first Tehran-Sochi flight saw a total of 180 passengers were board the Аirbus A310-300.
Aeroflot and Aerolineas Argentinas, the flag carriers and largest airlines in Russia and Argentina respectively, have signed a code-sharing agreement. The agreement between the two airlines, both members of the SkyTeam global alliance, will strengthen the carriers’ positions in both markets and provide customers with greater convenience and flexibility in their travel.