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British Army onboards new Apache fleet

The British Army’s Wattisham Flying Station has received 14 new AH-64E Apaches over the last few months, with a further 36 due to arrive by mid-2024.

Airlines forced to cancel flights to Fiji due to volcanic ash cloud

Fiji Airways appears the most affected, with seven flights cancelled out of the Australian cities of Sydney and Melbourne.

World’s largest aircraft completes 3rd test flight

The world’s largest aircraft, Roc, completed its third test flight on Sunday over the Mojave Desert in California. The distinctive-looking twin-fuselage Roc is designed to carry a rocket-powered, hypersonic vehicle underneath.

A220 begins upgrade into luxury hotel in the sky
Business Aviation

The first Airbus A220 is set to begin its transformation into an executive hotel in the sky after the European planemaker delivered the jet to Swiss refitters Comlux.

Airbus exclusive airline Allegiant to order 50 MAXs

Reports said the deal, which would be worth $5 billion at list price, came after fierce competition to instead purchase the European planemaker’s A220.

Airbus set to beat Boeing on 2021 jet orders

Airbus received 664 jet orders compared to rival Boeing’s 476, after the European planemaker secured a flurry of late deals.

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