Transat downplays aftershocks of Thomas Cook demise

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October 10, 2019


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Air Transat had been expecting at least seven Airbus A321s from Thomas Cook this winter. Now that the British tour operator is bankrupt, Transat is evaluating its options. A representative said there will be

Transat downplays aftershocks of Thomas Cook demise

When British tour operator Thomas Cook went under, so did its deal to swap aircraft with Transat AT on a seasonal basis. Still, Air Transat is ‘confident’ clients will not be affected.

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Michael Menking (left), head of the A320 family program, Airbus, stands with Rono Dutta (centre), chief executive officer of IndiGo and Michael Culhane (right), senior vice-president of New Aircraft, CDB Aviation Lease Finance. Airbus Photo

Airbus marks its 1,000th A320neo Family aircraft delivery

At the end of September 2019, the A320neo family had received more than 6,660 firm orders from close to 110 customers worldwide.

 
 

Porsche and Boeing to partner on premium urban air mobility market

As part of the partnership, the companies will create an international team to address various aspects of urban air mobility, including analysis of the market potential for premium vehicles and possible use cases.

 
 
   

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Mock emergency shows glitch in communication
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Snowfall interrupted Thunder Bay Airport radar
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American Airlines cancels Boeing 737 MAX flights until Jan. 16
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Boeing and Embraer's partnership deal put off till early 2020
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Fixing the 737 Max has been hard. Getting people aboard may be harder
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After years of record growth Victoria's International Airport numbers fall 5 per cent
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The need is now for Pickering airport, delegation tells executive committee
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