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Wagner Corporation’s $550m Wellcamp precinct takes off with Boeing facility groundbreaking
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Wagner Corporation’s $550 million Wellcamp Aerospace and Defence Precinct in Toowoomba, west of Brisbane, has taken a major step forward as a global hub for advanced manufacturing with the groundbreaking ceremony for Boeing’s new production facility. The sod was turned today on the 9,000sqm facility that will anchor the precinct, where Boeing will manufacture its

American Airlines boosts inflight experience with new Wi-Fi redemption option and enhanced entertainment

American Airlines is set to introduce a new way for AAdvantage® members to redeem their miles for inflight Wi-Fi, making the airline’s high-speed connectivity more accessible and easier to use. The rollout will begin on select aircraft in the coming weeks and will be available on all Viasat-equipped narrowbody aircraft by the summer travel season.

Delta employees get a sneak peek at new uniform prototypes designed with their feedback

Delta employees are getting their first glimpse of an all-new, modern uniform collection, created in partnership with GPS Apparel by Gap Inc. The prototypes, which have been in development for over a year and a half, were designed with feedback from Delta’s 70,000 uniformed employees at the forefront of the process. The airline partnered with

Air Canada strengthens financial position with U.S.$2.15 billion senior secured credit facilities

Air Canada has announced the successful closing of U.S.$2.15 billion senior secured credit facilities, comprising a U.S.$1.175 billion term loan B maturing in 2031 and a U.S.$975 million revolving credit facility maturing in 2029. The proceeds from the term loan, along with U.S.$1.09 1.09 billion from Air Canada′s balance sheet, will be used to refinance

Auckland Airport unveils revamped international terminal plaza with returning Jean Batten statue

Auckland Airport has revealed a new welcome for customers at its international terminal, featuring the return of a life-like statue of renowned New Zealand aviator Jean Batten, as part of a significant upgrade to the outdoor plaza. The old main carpark outside the international terminal has been transformed into a 19,500m2 outdoor plaza, aiming to

Air France announces network expansion and new cabin rollout for summer 2024

Air France has announced its plans for the summer 2024 season, which include the expansion of its global network and the ongoing rollout of new long-haul cabins. The airline will be serving 189 destinations in 74 countries, with new routes from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Phoenix (USA), Verona (Italy), Kalamata (Greece), and Narvik-Lofoten (Norway). As


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