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97. Bombardiers Global 5500 and 6500 Jets Receive Transport Canada Type Certification
Bombardier's two latest additions to the Global Family of aircraft, the Global 5500 and Global 6500 business jets, have been awarded Transport Canada Type Certification, paving the way for entry-into-service this year. Certification by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) are expected to follow shortly.
98. ATR Launches Integrated Cadet Pilot Program with ENAC
ATR has launched a pilot training program in partnership with ENAC (French National School of Civil Aviation). The approximately 24-month program will recruit cadet pilots and offer a syllabus in compliance with the EASA regulations (European Aviation Safety Agency).
99. British Airways orders Two Airbus A318s
British Airways orders Two Airbus A318s. British Airways has signed a firm contract with Airbus for two Airbus A318 aircraft to launch services between London City Airport, in central London, and New York. The A318 has been certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the steep approach procedures which are required at London City.
100. Learjet 60 XR joins ExecuJets Charter Fleet
Learjet 60 XR joins ExecuJets Charter Fleet. ExecuJet has welcomed the first Bombardier Learjet 60 XR to obtain European registration into its charter fleet. The high performance, midsize business jet received European EASA certification last week at ExecuJets facilities at Roskilde, Denmark. The aircrafts owners have opted to offer it for charter through ExecuJets charter mana
101. Airbus A380 approved to Operate on 45m Runways
Airbus A380 approved to Operate on 45m Runways. The Airbus A380 has received approval from both the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to be operated on runways with a width of 45 metres (150 feet) or more. Most of the world airports have 45m runways as standard width.
102. AirAsia adopts Global Training Standards for Engineers
AirAsia adopts Global Training Standards for Engineers. Low cost airline, AirAsia has selected the renowned Aviation Australia to deliver its aircraft maintenance engineer training for its engineers. AirAsia started a revision program on site at the AirAsia Academy, KLIA Kuala Lumpur this month with an option for further courses in 2008. The training which is being conducted by Avi
103. WTTC Calls for 72-Hour Quarantine-Free Journeys
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has suggested that international business travel would restart if agreements are secured to safeguard journeys of up to 72-hours free from quarantines. Published by on 3 December 2020.
104. ATR 42-600 a Test Flight Closer to Certification in China
ATR's 42-500 with modification 5948 is a test flight closer to receiving certification in China, following a certification flight test which took-off and landed from Francazal airport in Toulouse on Friday, 3 July.

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