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- 1. Caribbean Airlines Orders 9 ATR 72-600s
Caribbean Airlines Orders 9 ATR 72-600s. European Turboprop manufacturer ATR and Trinidad and Tobagoís Caribbean Airlines have signed an agreement for the purchase of 9 ATR 72-600 aircraft. With this US$ 200 million order, Caribbean Airlines will become a new ATR operator. The aircraft are configured with 68 seats and
- 2. Caribbean Airlines to Renew Fleet with Boeing 737 MAX 8
Caribbean Airlines has chosen to renew its single-aisle fleet with the Boeing 737 MAX 8. The carrier will take delivery of 12 MAX airplanes in the coming years. Caribbean Airlines Chief Executive Officer, Garvin Medera, said,
- 3. Caribbean Airlines Orders 9 ATR 72-600s
Caribbean Airlines Orders 9 ATR 72-600s. Trinidad and Tobagoís flag carrier, Caribbean Airlines, has signed a contract for the purchase of 9 ATR 72-600 aircraft, valued at some US$ 200 million. The signature of this deal, which follows a Memorandum of Understanding announced in 2010, will enable the airline to become a new ATR operator. First deliveries will start in October 2011.
- 4. Caribbean Airlines joins Boeing's 737 Component Services Program
Caribbean Airlines joins Boeing's 737 Component Services Program. Under the new agreement, Boeing will manage spare parts and components inventory for the Trinidad and Tobago-based airline until the parts are needed. Boeing guarantees that Caribbean Airlines will have working replacements for failed parts within 24 hours without having to stock up on spares or pay long-term holding
- 5. Caribbean Airlines to Streamline Maintenance Operations
Caribbean Airlines to Streamline Maintenance Operations. Caribbean will make use of available Toolbox modules including Library, Tasks, Structures, Authoring and Systems. These modules will help the airline streamline an array of maintenance and repair activities including managing technical publications and training, customizing online maintenance manuals, updating and tracking ma
- 6. British Airways to launch New Routes from Gatwick Next Summer
British Airways to launch New Routes from Gatwick Next Summer. British Airways is to start new routes from London Gatwick to Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago, Dresden in Germany and Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina from March 2007.
- 7. Pan Pacific Loses Hotel in Bangkok
Pan Pacific Loses Hotel in Bangkok. Pan Pacific to No Longer Operate Pan Pacific Bangkok. Pan Pacific Hotels Group today confirmed that its agreement to operate the popular Pan Pacific Bangkok hotel in Thailand until the end of 2010 will not be renewed. The group has managed the hotel, owned by Ramaland Development, under the Pan Pacific brand since 1995. Ramaland Development is ow
- 8. Boeing Confirms 747-8F Delays
Boeing Confirms 747-8F Delays. Boeing has changed its schedule for the 747-8 Freighter with first delivery now expected mid-year 2011. To help support the new schedule Boeing is adding a fifth airplane to the flight-test fleet.
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