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  • Safran to recruit over 4,000 staff in 2017

    Safran Group announced a turnover of nearly 16 billion Euros in 2016 and recruited 7,000 staff. The equipment manufacturer intends to recruit 4,200 more staff this year.
     

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  • CFM International launches transition process from CFM56 to LEAP

    The world’s best-selling aircraft engine, the CFM56, is to be slowly phased out by the new LEAP engine. In order to ensure a smooth transition, CFM International is adapting its production - a process the Franco-American engine manufacturer has just started.
     

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  • Comac C919 edges toward first test flight

    The countdown for COMAC C919’s maiden test flight is getting closer by the day, after the Chinese medium-haul jet completed its first taxi tests at Shanghai International Airport. Watch the video without comment. Read the article to find out more.
     

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  • First class freerunner jumps the queue

    Passengers often have to break into a sprint to catch a plane. But Jason Paul does it with class. In this extract, the German professional freerunner shows off his talent at Munich airport. Watch the video. Read the article.
     

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  • On a wingsuit and a prayer

    Latest video footage from Red Bull, as daredevil athlete Miles Daisher escapes a life and death situation 'on a wing and a prayer' after leaping from a Cessna. See the video. Read the article.
     

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  • A320neo’s: Dozens await Pratt & Whitney engines

    Dozens of brand new A320neo’s destined for IndiGo, Viva Aerobus, China Southern, Spirit, and Qatar Airways in Toulouse and Hamburg await their Pratt & Whitney engines. The American engine manufacturer is encountering several technical problems.
     

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  • Jet engines: why evermore larger fans?

    On commercial aircraft in the last decade, the trend has been toward wider jet engines with diameters increased by 6 to 20 inches (15 to 50 cm). Why? To consume and pollute less.
     

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  • First series-production LEAP engines delivered to Airbus

    The first two LEAP production engines for the A320neo were delivered on 15 April to Airbus. The first plane equipped with this engine should enter service sometime in June.
     

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  • Airbus A321neo's maiden flight just completed

    Sixteen months after the A320neo, the remotorised version of the present A321, has completed its first test flight. The A321neo should enter service by the end of this year, with the A319neo following on in 2018. Details follow.
     

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  • Boeing 737 MAX: its differences with the current version

    What are the main differences between the current Boeing 737 and the Boeing 737 MAX, its remotorised version that will enter service in 2017? aeronewstv presents a small comparison.
     

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  • Boeing 737 MAX first flight in video

    Boeing's 737 MAX has just completed its first flight from Renton in the United States. An event that marks the start of the flight test programme for this remotorised version of the Boeing 737, the first of which should be delivered in the summer of 2017. Watch the video. More details follow in the article.
     

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  • 2016 aviation forecasts

    At the very beginning of this New Year, 2016, you are probably wondering what it holds in store for us? The following is an aviation bulletin of the major events in view for the coming twelve months.
     

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  • Retrospective of aviation in 2015

    As is the custom, aeronewstv takes a look back in pictures, today, 23 December at the main aeronautical events that marked 2015. This "aviation year in video" recounts the successes, failures, the nice, and not so nice surprises.
     

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  • Rollout for the first Boeing 737 MAX

    On 8 December at Renton, in America’s northwest, the first 737 MAX was unveiled to thousands of Boeing employees. Its first test flight is expected in early 2016.
     

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  • COP21’s air transport industry challenges

    On the occasion of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21), which has just opened in Paris, we highlight some of the major challenges, which the aviation industry will have to resolve in order to keep to its commitments. By 2050, it foresees having to halve its CO2 emissions.
     

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