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Victoria Moores

Victoria Moores
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Norwegian Bondholders Agree To Repayment Extensions 
Scandinavian LCC Norwegian Air Shuttle has secured some financial breathing space, after its bondholders voted in favor of changes to their investment terms.
Start-Up Carrier CargoLogic Germany Gains AOC 
Express-cargo startup CargoLogic Germany (CLG) has secured its air operator’s certificate (AOC) from the German CAA and is ready to begin commercial operations with two converted Boeing 737 freighters.
Heathrow Drone Protesters Fail To Ground Flights; Rethink Strategy 
Environmental activist group Heathrow Pause is “considering escalating” its protest at London Heathrow Airport.
EasyJet CEO Sees Further Growth Opportunities 
EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren plans to formally launch the airline’s new direct hotels partnership later in 2019 and sees opportunities to expand existing bases to create economies of scale.
Enthusiasm For Blockchain Wanes In Airline Industry 
After an initial flurry of interest in blockchain, the secure database that underpins Bitcoin and many other cryptocurrencies, panelists at the recent World Aviation Festival in London said relatively few aviation use cases actually justify the complexity of blockchain.
Protesters To Disrupt Heathrow Flights With UAVs 
Environmental protest group Heathrow Pause plans to disrupt flights at London Heathrow Airport for at least five days starting Sept. 13 by illegally flying UAVs within the airport’s exclusion zone.
Protesters To Disrupt Heathrow Flights With UAVs 
Environmental protest group Heathrow Pause plans to disrupt flights at London Heathrow Airport for at least five days starting Sept. 13 by illegally flying UAVs within the airport’s exclusion zone.
Activists Plan Five-Day Drone Disruption Protest For Heathrow 
Environmental activists plan to disrupt flights at London Heathrow Airport for at least five days from Sept. 13 by illegally flying unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, within the airport’s exclusion zone.
Lessors Seeking Customized Solutions From MROs 
Why are lease returns still hard and problematic? How new technology will help.
Air France To Evaluate A380 Replacements, Simplify Fleet 
Air France CEO Anne Rigail is considering possible replacements for the airline’s Airbus A380s, before turning her attention to a Boeing 777 successor and the remainder of Air France’s medium-haul renewal.
British Airways, Hit By Pilot Strike, Cancels ‘Nearly 100%’ Of Flights 
British Airways’ (BA) flights were largely grounded Sept. 9, as pilot union BALPA began a two-day walkout over pay and benefits.
Icelandair Feels Ongoing Pinch Of MAX Grounding 
All-Boeing operator Icelandair is acknowledging the Boeing 737 MAX grounding as “a big challenge,” impacting the carrier’s financial performance, operational planning and efficiency.
Air France CEO Considers Aigle Azur; Rescue Deadline Sept. 9 
Air France has expressed an interest in French leisure carrier Aigle Azur, which is suspending flight operations in the face of financial and operational difficulties.
Virgin Atlantic CEO Calls For New Heathrow Slot Regime 
UK long-haul airline Virgin Atlantic is calling for changes to London Heathrow’s slot regime that would allow it to grow from 30 to 160 slots when the third runway is built.
Saudi Arabia, China Pursuing EAN-Style A2G Connectivity 
Following the establishment of the European Aviation Network (EAN), Saudi Arabia and China are looking to roll out their own air-to-ground (A2G) aviation connectivity.

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