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Avia Solutions Group - Aviation Market Overview 2013-09-06

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  1. 1. AIRLINES Volga-Dnepr fast tracks 180 tonnes of oil and gas equipment to Talakan field in Russia. Read more  Air Canada completes transfer of Embraer 175 regional jets to Sky Regional. Read more  Ryanair carries record 9 million passengers in August. Read more  WestJet reports August load factor of 87.9 percent. Read more  Delta returns to Airbus with order for 40 aircraft. Read more  UAC signed contracs in MAKS 2013 exceed US $12 billion. Read more  SWISS voted "Europe's Leading Airline Business Class". Read more  Lufthansa voted Europe’s Leading Airline. Read more  Virgin Australia Holdings Limited reports financial results for full year ended 30 June 2013. Read more  ExecuJet Africa wins Business Traveller Africa Award. Read more  Henan Aviation orders Asia’s first EC145 Mercedes-Benz Style. Read more  MRO FL Technics launches CF34-3 maintenance services. Read more  Aviation Technical Services signs service agreement with JetBlue Airways. Read more  Etihad and SR Technics deepen their long-term partnership through expanded 10-year ICS agreement. Read more  Pratt & Whitney signs exclusive maintenance agreement with Transaero Airlines. Read more  AVIATION MARKET OVERVIEW 6 September 2013
  2. 2. Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group acquires Beechcraft's European MRO business, Hawker Beechcraft Ltd. Read more  Lufthansa Technik and McKinsey launch joint venture company Lumics. Read more  Etihad and SR Technics deepen their long-term partnership. Read more  AIRPORT Abu Dhabi Midfield terminal building receives Estidama 3 Pearl Rating. Read more  Airports Company South Africa continues on its growth path. Read more  Record year for transatlantic traffic at Dublin Airport. Read more  Busiest ever August for Chopin Airport. Read more  Auckland Airport appoints two new general managers. Read more  CEO contract extended to 2019 for Fraport’s dr. Stefan Schulte. Read more  AIRCRAFT & ENGINE MANUFACTURERS Sikorsky and Changhe sign agreement for S-76D cabin production in China. Read more  Airbus wins prestigious Greentec Award for innovative fuel cell project. Read more  Bombardier CSeries aircraft awarded Transport Canada Flight Test Permit. Read more  Flexjet growth attracts new owners to invest $5.2 billion. Read more  Rolls-Royce and Safran complete sale of RTM322 helicopter engine programme to Turbomeca. Read more  Boeing, Polish Defence Holding to Explore Collaboration on Future Defense Work. Read more  Boeing to build 56 additional A-10 Wings for US Air Force. Read more 
  3. 3. US Air Force, Boeing finalize KC-46A tanker aircraft design. Read more  Airbus’ signs major contracts at MAKS 2013. Read more  OTHER China aviation industry summit 2013. Read more  Solid demand growth continues in July - Asia weakens as Europe gains strength. Read more  ACI releases its 2012 World Airport Traffic Report. Read more  Passenger traffic posts moderate gains of 2% in July. Read more  Boeing forecasts China's fleet to triple over next 20 Years. Read more  Lufthansa to hire more than 500 new flight attendants. Read more  Eurocopter and Poland: Meeting the country’s multi-role military helicopter requirements. Read more 

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