In the strongest indication yet that General Electric GEnx engines will power Air Berlin’s Boeing 787s, the German operator’s new investor, Etihad Airways, has confirmed the two airlines will fully integrate their 787 programs. The integration plan, which will be led by Etihad, envisions the two operators sharing infrastructure, pooling maintenance, developing joint training programs and streamlining purchasing for engines, rotables, avionics and inflight entertainment systems, according ...
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