A Boeing 737-700 operated by African carrier LAM Mozambique has sustained nose damage after colliding with an object on approach while operating a domestic flight.
Arlanda Airport begins using biofuel
Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport has begun to mix biofuel with normal jet kerosene in its fuel bunkers as standard procedure.
Aeroflot A321 overshoots runway in Kaliningrad
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A Russian Aeroflot Airbus A321 suffered a landing gear collapse after skidding off the runway on landing at Kaliningrad Khrabrovo International Airport on Jan. 3 at 10:30 p.m. local time, Russia’s TASS news agency reported.
GECAS books order for 75 more 737 MAX 8s
GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) announced Jan. 4 that it booked an order in December 2016 for 75 Boeing 737 MAX 8s. Photo: Rendering of 737 MAX 8 in GECAS livery
Czech leisure carrier finalizes MAX 8 order
Czech leisure carrier Travel Service has finalized an order for five additional Boeing 737 MAX 8s, valued at $550 at list prices. Photo: Rendering of 737 MAX 8 in Travel Service livery
Bombardier delivers first new CRJ200SF
Bombardier has delivered the first CRJ200 Special Freighter (CRJ200SF) to Waterford, Michigan-based Gulf & Caribbean Cargo.
New German Azur Air readies for April launch
New German airline Azur Air is preparing to start operations in April.
AirBaltic receives second Bombardier CS300
Latvian carrier airBaltic has received its second Bombardier CS300, after becoming the launch customer for the larger CSeries variant in late 2016.
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