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105. Luxair contracts Engine Maintenance to KLM Engineering & Maintenance
Luxair contracts Engine Maintenance to KLM Engineering & Maintenance.
106. Singapore Airlines signs Maintenance Deal with Rolls-Royce
Singapore Airlines signs Maintenance Deal with Rolls-Royce. Rolls-Royce will provide off-wing maintenance, repair and over-haul of engines, as well as spare engine support. The engines will be repaired and overhauled at Singapore Aero Engine Services Limited (SAESL) - a Joint Venture Company, owned by SIA Engineering Company Limited and Rolls-Royce.
107. Singapore Airlines Flight Returns to Singapore; Catches Fire
On Monday morning, SQ368, a Singapore Airlines (SIA) Boeing 777 aircraft bound for Milan, chose to return to Singapore as the indicator for its right engine had shown oil loss. Shortly after landing, a fire was observed to have occurred in the vicinity of the aircrafts right engine.
108. Galileo International wins First Customer for Online Access Booking Engine
Galileo International wins First Customer for Online Access Booking Engine.
109. Tourism: An Engine for Employment Creation and Economic Stimulus
Tourism: An Engine for Employment Creation and Economic Stimulus. The tourism industry continues to be amongst the most dynamic economic sectors, generating a wide range of benefits including a growing contribution to GDP, in some cases over 10%, and substantial foreign exchange earnings.
110. Swire Travel in Hong Kong launches Online Booking Engine
Swire Travel in Hong Kong launches Online Booking Engine. Swire Travel in Hong Kong is now offering an online booking solution customised for promoting the sales of their 2009 Singapore Formula One Grand Prix tickets and travel packages.
111. ATR -600 Series Granted ETOPS 120 by EASA
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has granted ATR, the European manufacturer of turboprop aircraft, ETOPS 120 minutes certification of its new '-600' series ATR aircraft. This ETOPS (Extended-range Twin-engine Performance Standards) certification means that the ATR 42-600 and ATR 72-600 versions can now fly with one engine, as far as 120 flight minutes from any airport at
112. AirAsia Orders 100 More Airbus A320s
AirAsia has confirmed an order for 100 more Airbus A320s, giving the dynamic low cost airline a record 475 narrow bodies on order with Airbus. The 100 Airbus A320s ordered consist of 36 A320s with the Current Engine Option (CEO) and 64 A320s with the New Engine Option (NEO). The aircraft will be used to accelerate AirAsias growth in its core markets of Malaysia, Thailand and Indon

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