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First CAAC Simulator enters into service at Hua-Ou Aviation Training Centre

First CAAC Simulator enters into service at Hua-Ou Aviation Training Centre
24 March 2009 Press Release

New training facilities help increase Hua-Ou's training capacity by over 25 per cent The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has put into service an Airbus A320 Full Flight Simulator (FFS), ordered from Thales, at the new extension of the Hua-Ou Aviation Training Centre, a joint-ventu...

China's Chongqing Airlines takes delivery of its first A319

China's Chongqing Airlines takes delivery of its first A319
24 March 2009 Press Release

Carrier aims to expand its fleet with highly efficient, low cost A320 Family aircraft

 

China's Chongqing Airlines has taken delivery of the first of three Airbus A319s it has agreed to lease from ILFC, at a delivery ceremony in Hamburg, Germany.

 

The aircraft will be able to accommodate 122 p...

Armavia takes delivery of its first new A319

Armavia takes delivery of its first new A319
17 March 2009 Press Release

The airline will offer unrivalled comfort on its international routes

 

Armenia flag carrier Armavia has today taken delivery of its first new A319. The aircraft was handed over to Armavia's President, Mikhail Bagdasarov, at a ceremony held at the Airbus factory in Hamburg, Germany. Operated und...

Airbus presents innovative use of RFID in airline catering at CeBIT Expo in Hannover

3 March 2009 Press Release

Airbus is highlighting its position as innovation leader at this year's CeBIT Expo in Hannover by presenting intelligent catering solutions using RFID. Cost effective catering logistics have become a true competitive advantage for airlines and caterers. Airbus is leading the three year research...

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