Air Greenland orders A330-800 neo
SubmittedAir Greenland has chosen the Airbus A330-800 to replace its 21-year-old A300-200. The outgoing aircraft is the jet in the airline's fleet and necessary to connect Greenland with Denmark. It was purchased in 2002 after its original operator, SABENA, entered bankruptcy. The A330-800 has had trouble accumulating orders thus far. However, it was designed to replace the A330-200 fleet and as such this one-unit order is indicative of its intended purpose. (www.flightglobal.com) More...
Discussing the logic of extending ETOPS for the A350
SubmittedThis Australian blogger discusses both the benefits and potential futility of Airbus seeking 420-minute ETOPS approval for the A350. The reasoning is more than just to be able to do extremely long Southern Hemisphere flights. (blogs.crikey.com.au) More...
Medium-range narrow-bodies going 6000 miles?
SubmittedThis may very likely be a typo, but it is not the first instance of this happening. According to the flight plan, Aeroflot is flying Flight 151 from Havana to Moscow using A320s. Even the NEO's will not be capable of that range. (flightaware.com) More...
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