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AAPA Leaders Discuss SAF Usage, Aviation Safety and Growth

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The Asia Pacific Airlines Association seeks greater dialogue with governments on regulatory initiatives. Airline leaders at the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) 67th Assembly of Presidents, which took place in Singapore this week, expressed their satisfaction with the strong revival of air travel in the Asia Pacific region. During… 

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The Adoption of the ReFuelEU Regulation Paves the Way for Sustainable Flight

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The adoption of European legislation on Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), dubbed the ReFuelEU Aviation Regulation, marks a defining moment in the European aviation industry’s journey towards sustainability. Here’s how this legislation is set to change the future of flying.

DLR Design Challenge 2023: Innovating the Skies to Restore Internet Connectivity

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Ensuring uninterrupted communication is crucial in an era where climate change intensifies natural disasters. The German Aerospace Center (DLR) recognized this pressing need and introduced the DLR Design Challenge 2023. It urges students to design aircraft capable of restoring internet connectivity during calamities. The Sentinel System Triumphs The Duale Hochschule… 

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Aircraft Cabin Design: What matters most?

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Food, drinks, service, fares, seats, safety? Which matters most to you in the aircraft cabin? What elements of the aircraft cabin interior should airlines focus on to improve the overall passenger experience? Take the survey!

4K Aviation Jobs: Cathay Pacific Hiring in the Chinese Mainland

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Cathay Pacific is hiring in the Chinese Mainland, focusing on diversity and inclusion. With its solid base in Hong Kong and substantial support from the Chinese Mainland, Cathay Pacific leverages its global connectivity to its advantage.

Pegasus Airlines Places Order for 36 New A321neo Aircraft

Pegasus Airlines Orders 36 New Airbus A321neo Aircraft

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As part of its fleet modernization and sustainability strategies, Pegasus Airlines has made a game-changing move by placing an order for 36 new A321neo aircraft from Airbus. This latest procurement brings the airline’s total Airbus orders to 150, reinforcing its ongoing efforts towards environmental conservation, cost savings, and operational efficiency

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