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65. Air Arabia Launches Flights to Baku, Azerbaijan
Air Arabia has launched flights between Sharjah in the UAE and Baku, Azerbaijan. Baku, the financial hub of Azerbaijan, is a true example of past-meets-future, offering it all from skyscrapers and modern boutiques, to important historical sites.
66. Geven to Produce ATR’s New Seats
ATR and Geven, an Italian producer of aircraft interiors, have signed a contract to equip ATR -600 series aircraft with brand new passenger seats. Named Neo Classic and Neo Prestige, they have been specifically designed for ATR by the Italian designer Giugiaro.
67. Airbus Launches Interiors Services Subsidiary
Airbus has launched Airbus Interiors Services (AIS). Based in Toulouse, AIS is built on the engineering know-how and experience of the former Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC). AIS will deliver upgrade solutions, tailored equipment and innovative products to Airbus aircraft.
68. SIAEC and Stratasys Sign MOU for Additive Manufacturing Strategic Partnership
SIA Engineering (SIAEC) and Stratasys, a 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a strategic partnership specialising in additive manufacturing to accelerate the adoption of 3D printed production parts for commercial aviation.
69. Mövenpick Signs First Hotel in Ethiopia
Mövenpick has signed its first hotel in Ethiopia. The Mövenpick Hotel Addis Ababa will be located in the city’s exclusive Bole district, just 2.5 km from the international airport. Slated to open in Q4 2019, it will feature 252 keys, an expansive ballroom and well-being facilities befitting a landmark new hotel that overlooks the country’s national stadium and Elite Sports Centre.
70. Honeywell Launches Lightweight Satellite Communications System
Even slight improvements in size or weight are significant in a cockpit, and the new system is 75% smaller with an antenna that is 90% smaller than those in other cockpit systems in the market today — saving airlines thousands of dollars per aircraft in fuel costs.
71. SITAOnAir to Provide Air Caraïbes and French Blue with Inflight Connectivity
Air Caraïbes and its sister French Blue, a low-cost, long-haul airline, have appointed SITAOnAir to deliver a nose-to-tail inflight connectivity solution to the Groupe Dubreuil airlines over GX Aviation’s high-speed broadband network. The solution will enable Air Caraïbes and French Blue to advance digitally transformative cabin connectivity services with SITAOnAir’s key cabin solu
72. Sabre Travel Network Appoints Rakesh Narayanan as Vice President of Supplier Commerce - Asia Pac
Sabre Travel Network has appointed Rakesh Narayanan as Vice President of Supplier Commerce - Asia Pacific. Reporting to Sabre Travel Network senior vice president of airline commerce, Chris Wilding, Narayanan will lead commercial activities serving Sabre’s Asia Pacific airline customers.

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