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By Alan Dron
Air France Industries / KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) has signed a pair of contracts with European carriers to support their Airbus A220 fleets.
Small Narrowbody Jets

Corporate aviation is marshaling its forces to fend off critics targeting business aircraft as an expense that companies beset by recessions and sales slumps can do without.
Business Aviation

Routes 360 members share their latest insights and notable developments this week.
Airports & Networks

By Alan Dron
Nigeria’s Ibom Air has decided to increase its planned fleet of Airbus A220s, as demand outstrips deliveries of the aircraft from the OEM.
Small Narrowbody Jets

Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport, also known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport, is Argentina's main international gateway.
Airports & Networks

Informa Markets is delighted to announce a groundbreaking decision: Super Terminal Expo will make Hong Kong its home from November 2024.
Air Transport

By Joe Anselmo
Why Dave Calhoun is breaking a long tradition of pre-air-show interviews with Aviation Week.
Farnborough Airshow

By Daniel Williams
With the recent EU approval of Lufthansa’s purchase of 41% of ITA, Flight Friday looks at the flight hours of the "flag carriers" within the Lufthansa group.
Airlines & Lessors

By Alan Dron
Crossover jets may account for an increasing percentage of movements at regional airports, but few as comprehensively as Antwerp.
Small Narrowbody Jets

A dramatic Aviation Week cover image in the summer of 1974 showed British Royal Air Force Flt. Lt. Geoff Hulley ejecting from his disabled Hawker Siddeley Harrier during an RAF exercise in Cyprus. A Martin-Baker Mk. 9 rocket-assisted seat was used for the ejection. Hulley broke his ankle on landing. Photo by Robin Adshead.
Defense and Space

Our Route Opportunities feature explores the latest unserved and underserved routes promoted through Routes 360, providing supporting information for airline network planners to consider and capitalize on.
Airports & Networks

During Routes Europe 2024 Budapest Airport shared its recent successes, key targets, and what it meant to be named the Overall Winner at the Routes Awards.
Airports & Networks

Routes 360 members share their latest insights and notable developments this week.
Airports & Networks

Speaking at Routes Europe 2024 Tallinn Airport, located within Estonia’s capital city, discussed its recent route successes and growing inbound tourism market.
Airports & Networks

By Daniel Williams
This week’s Flight Friday revisits a similar analysis from earlier in 2024, the utilization of CFM Leap and Pratt & Whitney PW1000G (GTF)-powered aircraft.
Aircraft & Propulsion

King Khalid International Airport is the international gateway to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The airport is managed and operated by the Riyadh Airports Company.
Airports & Networks

Malta International Airport, also known as Luqa Airport, is the main international airport serving the country of Malta and the Maltese Archipelago.
Airports & Networks

Representatives from Aena told Routes about recent market success and how it plans to increase operations across its airport portfolio.
Airports & Networks

During Routes Europe 2024, Isle of Man Airport spoke to Routes about its recent successes in air connectivity and plan for sustained growth.
Airports & Networks

Routes and Low Season Traveller will bring together thought-leaders from destinations, airports and airlines on October 8 at Routes World in Bahrain.
Airports & Networks

This issue, dated May 19, 2014, is one of two covers. This particular cover shows the Embraer Legacy 500 business jet.
Business Aviation

By Keith Mwanalushi
MRO providers are deploying strategies to mitigate impacts from significant price increases on components and materials.
Supply Chain

By Alan Dron
Cyprus Airways will reduce the number of Airbus A220s acquired over the course of the decade, but still sees the aircraft as a valuable component of its fleet.
Small Narrowbody Jets

The power package of the US Army-Hughes XV-9A hot cycle research helicopter mated with the fuselage was featured on Aviation Week's cover of June 22, 1964 at a Hughes Tool Co. Aircraft Division facility in Culver City, California.
Defense and Space

Routes 360 members share their latest insights and notable developments this week.
Airports & Networks